Senior Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia has ruled out any differences among the party leaders in Madhya Pradesh where assembly polls will be held in a single phase on November 28. In an interview with The Hindu, Scindia, who heads the Congress\u2019 campaign committee in the state, said that leaders are on the same platform and they believe in healthy discussions. \u201cThere was no rift! I don\u2019t know where this figment of imagination has come from, because Digvijaya Singhji, Kamal Nathji and I have had very healthy discussions on every single seat,\u201d he said. The reaction comes in the wake of media reports claiming that Digvijaya and Scindia had engaged in a verbal spat in the presence of Congress president Rahul Gandhi at the time of deciding candidates for the polls. Also Read: MP elections: Congress manifesto promises Rs 2.5 lakh grant, plots to homeless people When asked was the differences between leaders him and Digvijaya be blamed for the delay in releasing Congress\u2019 list of candidates, Scindia said, \u201cThe delay was because of a rigorous exercise to make sure that the list is one that is done with a great amount of due diligence.\u201d He said that the Congress list is a very composite list, covering the entire spectrum of society. Scindia said that Congress takes care of every section, demographics and every gender. \u201cNow that the list is out, it is for the people to judge the efficacy of the list,\u201d he said. Also Read: Chhattisgarh elections Updates: Rahul Gandhi releases Congress manifesto, promises farm sops To a question about the chief ministerial candidate, Scindia said that there is nothing surprising why the Congress opted not the announce a CM face. \u201cI have always said that there are times when a party projects a CM candidate and there are times when it does not. Both BJP and Congress have followed this strategy,\u201d he said. On factionalism within the party, Scindia said that the three-four of Congress leaders have resolved to work unitedly to overthrow the BJP. \u201c\u2026. go there and make a government that will actually serve the people of Madhya Pradesh.\u201d This battle, he said, is not about power. \u201cIt is about re-energising our state, a state we all care about and a state that had gone into complete backwardness with the rule of Shivraj Singh Chouhan,\u201d the Congress leader added. Scindia hints Congress-BSP may come together in near future When asked about the failure of the party leadership in sealing a pact with Mayawati's BSP, Scindia hinted that the two parties can join the ranks again. He said that the doors are not closed forever. \u201cYou may have a point of view and I may have a point of view. If there is a meeting of minds on those values and principles, then the transaction follows. If there isn\u2019t a meeting of minds and hearts, on what those fundamental precepts are today, doesn\u2019t mean that the doors are closed forever,\u201d he said. \u201cWe can have meeting of minds on another date. And BSP is a party we respect deeply,\u201d the Congressman added. He said that the Congress looks forward when this alliance be possible \u201cIt\u2019s unfortunate that at this time, meetings of minds and hearts couldn\u2019t happen.\u201d \u201cAnd that may be in the near future!\u201d he opined. Exuding confidence that the Congress can beat BJP in this elections, Scindia said that his party cares about people rights, livelihoods, employment. \u201cThe 7.5 crore people of Madhya Pradesh have decided that they will negate this time,\u201d he said. This time, there will be no Modiji or Shivraj Singhji magic, Scindia said, adding that this time there will be people\u2019s magic. The state will go to polls on November 28. Results will be declared on December 11. While the BJP is seeking fourth consecutive term, Congress party is flexing its muscles hard to end its 15 years old exile and set the tine for the next year's general elections as well.