Pragya Singh Thakur on Saturday showed interest in contesting 2019 Lok Sabha elections. While talking to media she said, “If Digvijiya Singh contests from Bhopal and if Sanghatan asks me to contest, I will contest.”
Thakur said that BJP is the party of my ideology and this is the right time to come to politics. She added, “I challenge openly to the enemies of the country and I am always ready to fight against them.”
Bhopal is considered as a stronghold of BJP. After Chief Minister Kamal Nath’s challenged senior Congress leaders should contest from difficult seats, Digvijay Singh has decided to contest from the Bhopal constituency.
Pragya was arrested in connection 2008 western India bombings in Malegaon, but was later acquitted of all charges by the Special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court.
Madhya Pradesh goes to polls in four phases for its 29 Lok Sabha seats. Madhya Pradesh will began its Lok Sabha election polling fourth phase onwards in which six seats will vote on April 29. On May 6, seven seats will go for polls, while in the fifth phase and in phase six on May 12 eight seats will vote. In the last and seventh phase, eight seats will vote on May 19.