The Jayas factor is already making Congress and BJP nervous

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Oct 6: In Madhya Pradesh, BJP won 166 seats in the House and elected Shivraj Singh Chouhan as CM. All eyes are on CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan who has had many challenges to face during his tenure. The main one was from farmers of copurse. But BJP is hopeful for yet another win as the center is announcing one sop after the other for the farmers.The Madhya Pradesh State Assembly elections of 2013 were held on 25 November 2013 and counting was done on 8 December 2013. According to the State Election Commission Madhya Pradesh registered highest ever polling of above 70% in 2013. The previous high turn-out in MP was 69.58 percent in the 2008 assembly elections.Along with other provincial elections, these were the first five elections in which the Election Commission of India (ECI) implemented a "None of the above" (NOTA) voting option, allowing the electorate to register a neutral vote but not to outright reject candidates. In a first, the Election Commission of India also appointed Central Awareness Observers, whose main task was to oversee voter awareness and facilitation.A total of 2,586 candidates had filled their nomination for 230 seats spread across 51 districts.Prominent BJP candidates included former CM Babulal Gaur (Govindpura constituency in Bhopal), Kailash Vijayvargiya (Mhow in Indore) and former PM, Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s nephew Anoop Mishra (Bhitarvar in Gwalior).Prominent Congress candidates included former Union Minister Suresh Pachouri (Bhojpur), leader of the opposition in the assembly Ajay Singh (Churhat), Digvijaya Singh’s son Jaivardhan Singh (Raghogarh), and Sachin Yadav, son of former Deputy CM, Subhash Yadav (Kasravad).The Results of 2013 Assembley elections were thus:Total number of seats- 230BJP- 165 (+22)Congress- 58 (-13)BSP-4Independent-4Congress in Madhya Pradesh had earlier announced a pact with Gondwana Gantantra Party (GGP) for the Maihar Assembly bypoll and other polls to be held in the state."The pact with GGP will also continue in all other polls to be held in Madhya Pradesh," state Congress president Arun Yadav had told reporters, in the presence of Madhya Pradesh GGP president Poonam Singh Bharve.Jay Aduvasi Yuva Shakti or Jayas will give a tough fight to both Congress and the BJP. Both the national parties are shell-shocked by the rising power of Jayas factor. Party is all set o fight from 80 seats where the adivasis have a say.This is the reason that both Congress and BJP are getting very active to dent into this vote bank.Dr Alawa, the man behind the show has studies in AIIMS and jumped into the public service after giving up this lucarative job.He gathetered thee ducated Adivasi youth and formed this formidable grouop. Jayas has shown its power during the College and local elections