New Delhi. The names of 50-50 candidates from Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan have been approved in the BJP’s Central Election Committee meeting. According to party sources, the first list of 50 candidates in Rajasthan can be released any time. On the other hand, in Chhattisgarh, the name of former CM Raman Singh from Rajnandgaon and Sampat Aggarwal from Basna are almost certain.
Before the assembly elections in 5 states of the country, the third meeting of the BJP’s Central Election Committee was held on October 1 at the Delhi headquarters. The meeting started at 9 pm and ended at 11:45 pm. Senior leaders of the party including PM Modi, BJP President JP Nadda, Home Minister Amit Shah attended this meeting.
In the meeting, names of candidates for 151 seats in Madhya Pradesh, 69 in Chhattisgarh and all 200 seats in Rajasthan were discussed. The party has already announced the names of 79 candidates out of 230 seats in Madhya Pradesh and 21 candidates out of 90 seats in Chhattisgarh.
BJP is doing many experiments in fielding candidates in Chhattisgarh. New faces are being included. Currently around 50 names have been approved. In this, the names of Dr. Raman Singh from Rajnandgaon, Anuj Sharma from Dharsiwan and Sampat Aggarwal from Basna are considered almost certain. According to information received from sources, when the names were being decided, photographs of the candidates were shown to the central leaders. His complete biodata was shown. Information was given about his image. It was also told about how much influence they have in the society.
Rajasthan: Names of 50 seats were sorted on the basis of A, B, C and D categories.
After discussing the first list of BJP in the meeting, the final approval was given. The names of 50 candidates have been decided in the meeting. This list can be released any time now. In this, MPs can also contest elections. Party sources say that the names of 50 seats in Rajasthan have been sorted on the basis of A, B, C and D categories. In the first list, BJP can announce candidates for A and D category seats. These are the seats where BJP is strongest and weakest. There are 29 seats in A and 19 seats in D category.
Three lists of candidates have been released for Madhya Pradesh.
Talking about Madhya Pradesh, BJP had released its first list of candidates for Madhya Pradesh on August 17, in which 39 candidates were announced. On September 25, it released its second list of 39 candidates for the upcoming assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh.
There was only one name in the third list, in which BJP has declared Monica Batti as its candidate from Amarwada seat of MP. Monica has joined BJP only 11 days ago. She was earlier the national president of All India Gondwana Republic Party. Monica is the daughter of former MLA Manmohan Shah Batti. In this way, the party has released the list of 79 candidates for the 230-member Madhya Pradesh Assembly.
5 states in which assembly elections are to be held
Assembly elections are to be held in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram in late 2023. The tenure of the Assembly is ending on 17th December in Mizoram, 3rd January in Chhattisgarh, 6th January in Madhya Pradesh, 14th January in Rajasthan and 16th January in Telangana.
BJP’s list released before election announcement in MP-CG
Even before the announcement of assembly elections, BJP has announced candidates for 39 seats in Madhya Pradesh and 21 seats in Chhattisgarh. His relative Vijay Baghel has been fielded against Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel from Patan seat of Chhattisgarh. He is the party’s MP from Durg.
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