Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

Independent candidates on 30 assembly seats of Rajasthan are in trouble for BJP’s victory, know about these seats.

Jaipur : The path of BJP, which entered the elections with the agenda of change of power in the state, is not easy this time. The party selected candidates at the central level and distributed tickets. Due to the cancellation of tickets of many sitting MLAs, they became rebels. Many prominent leaders also rebelled against not getting tickets and entered the election fray. Now the independent candidates have created a big problem for the BJP candidates. Independent candidates have spoiled the political calculations of party candidates on about 30 seats in the state. There seems to be a possibility of a triangular contest at some places and a quadrangular contest at others.

Chittaurgarh – The party canceled the ticket of BJP MLA Chandrabhan Singh Akya, who has been winning the elections twice in a row. There was huge protest over the cancellation of Aakya’s ticket. The party was requested to reconsider but the party flatly refused. Then Chandrabhan Singh Akya rebelled and entered the election field. Now the victory of party candidate Narpat Singh Rajawat seems to be in danger there.

Shahpura – Former Assembly Speaker and senior BJP leader Kailash Meghwal has been winning the elections on the Shahpura (Bhilwara) sheet. 89-year-old Meghwal, who was a supporter of Vasundhara Raje, was apprehensive about being denied the ticket this time. Recently, when he accused the Union Minister of corruption, BJP gave him a notice of indiscipline. Kailash Meghwal left the party as soon as he replied to the notice. After Meghwal left the party, BJP gave ticket to Lala Ram Bairwa. On the other hand, Kailash Meghwal also entered the election fray. With Meghwal in the fray, Bairwa’s victory is in danger.

Ladpura – The ticket of Bhavani Singh Rajawat, who was a supporter of Vasundhara Raje from Ladpura seat of Kota, was canceled this time too. The party made sitting MLA Kalpana Devi its candidate. Since Rajawat had already announced that whether the party gives him the ticket or not, he will definitely contest the elections. Rajawat filed his nomination even before the candidate was announced. Later, when the party cut the ticket, Rajawat announced to contest the elections as an independent. Last time also Rajawat had filed nomination but withdrew it on the request of Vasundhara Raje but this time he is standing in the field. Now there are obstacles in Kalpana Devi’s path.

Sanchore – While BJP fielded Lok Sabha MP Devji Patel from Sanchore Assembly seat, former MLAs Jeevaram Chaudhary and Danaram Chaudhary opposed it. Both of them were contenders for Chaudhary ticket. When Patel got the ticket, both the Choudharys became united. He announced that ticket should be given to either of them or else he would take action against the party. When the party did not change the candidate, former MLA Jeevaram Chaudhary rebelled and filed his nomination. Sukhram Bishnoi from Congress is contesting from this seat. BJP rebels have created a crisis on Devji Patel’s victory.

Independent candidates become a problem for BJP on these seats also

Recently, student leader Ravindra Singh Bhati had taken membership of BJP on the condition of being given ticket. He was assured of making Shiv a candidate. After taking membership of the party, Bhati started preparing for the elections but later instead of Bhati, Swaroop Singh Khara was given the ticket. Ravindra Singh Bhati countered this as an independent candidate. Similarly, Rajendra Bhambu from Jhunjhunu, former minister Yunus Khan from Didwana, Priyanka Chaudhary from Barmer, Rajendra Bhadu from Suratgarh, Banshidhar Bajiya from Khandela, Ashu Singh Surpura from Jhotwara, Rajendra Nayak from Sujangarh, Mukesh Goyal from Kotputli, Pawan Meghwal from Jalore, Jitendra Meena from Bassi, Tarachand Dhayal from Sikar, Asha Meena from Sawai Madhopur, Madhusudan Bhinda from Fatehpur, Kailash Meghwal from Pilani, Ramchandra Suneriwal from Dag, Gubal Sinwar from Sangriya, Jasvir Singh Kharwa from Masuda, Inder Singh from Beawar, Yogi from Jaitaran. Laxman Nath, Rupesh Sharma from Bundu, Gyanchand Saraswat from Ajmer North, Ashok Kothari from Bhilwara, Himmat Singh Rajpurohit from Makrana and Ritu Banawat from Bayana have also made the path difficult for BJP candidates. Report – Ramswaroop Lamrod.

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