Raipur, Sep 03: Enthusiasts supporters of bureaucrat-turned politician Om Prakash Choudhary have now created a poll seeking public opinion on social media who would be chosen as next Chief Minister if the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) achieves majority in the 90-member Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly.
While one Sangram Singh Rajput has created a poll in social media, another enthusiast has written Gatha (Story) on him whereas a so called political observer claims that the ruling BJP would try to encash upon the face of OP Choudhary in all the 90-seats in the next Legislative Assembly.
Although, the strategy of the BJP would be known only once the election campaign for the Legislative Assembly gains momentum, the bête noires who are already considering themselves as heavy-weights are taken aback with the existing political scenario. Few of them, particularly, from the Other Backward Community (OBC), are apprehensive over their political clout in future whereas few others are apprehending they could be one who has to give up their claims for the party ticket in the coming days despite being in the field for years.
The key leaders in his home town Raigarh District have kept their fingers crossed as the party high command is yet to make it public the possible seat from where the former District Collector of Raipur would be contested elections in next Legislative Assembly polls. Interestingly, the enthusiast supporters are claiming that the BJP has found a suitable substitute of Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh in future which once again has put the senior leaders in dilemma.
But with the entire exercise being under the watchful eyes of party high command including the Party President Amit Shah, the Chhattisgarh heavy-weights are left with no options but to focus on their own citadel as the Legislative Assembly elections are approaching very fast.
One of the enthusiasts even came up with an idea to field the young OP Choudhary against former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi, another bureaucrat-turned politician in one of the seats in the upcoming Legislative Assembly elections.