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Rajasthan elections: BJP points first record of 41 candidates

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JAIPUR: Rajsamand MP Diya Kumari and Jaipur Rural MP Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore are among the many seven BJP parliamentarians who will contest the Rajasthan Assembly polls, based on the primary record of 41 candidates issued by the occasion on Monday.

While Diya Kumari will struggle the elections from Jaipur’s Vidhyadhar Nagar constituency, Rathore, a former Union minister and retired Army officer, has been fielded from Jhotwara, additionally in Jaipur district.

Vidhyadhar Nagar seat is at present held by BJP MLA Narpat Singh Rajvi, a five-time MLA and son-in-law of former vice chairman Bhairon Singh Shekhawat.

The remaining 40 constituencies for which the BJP introduced its candidates are held by the ruling Congress and different events.

Out of the 41 candidates, solely three are ladies whereas 12 are those that have been additionally fielded by the occasion within the 2018 meeting polls.

The 41 constituencies for which the BJP issued the record included six SC and 10 ST seats.

Of the seven parliamentarians, six are Lok Sabha MPs and one — Kirodi Lal Meena — is a Rajya Sabha member.

Jhunjhunu MP Narendra Kumar will contest the elections from Mandawa seat, Alwar MP Baba Balaknath from Tijara, Ajmer MP Bhagirath Choudhary from Kishangarh, Jalore MP Devji Patel from Sanchore, and Meena will struggle from Sawai Madhopur constituency.

Gurjar chief late Kirodi Singh Bainsla’s son Vijay Bainsla (from Deoli-Uniara seat) and retired IAS officer Chandramohan Meena (Bassi constituency) additionally figured on the record.

The BJP launched its first record of candidates hours after the ballot schedule was introduced by the Election Commission.

Polling for all 200 meeting seats in Rajasthan will happen on November 23 and votes shall be counted on December 3.

A BJP spokesperson mentioned right here that the occasion’s central election committee has authorized the names of 41 candidates.

The different BJP candidates are Jaideep Bihani (Ganganagar), Sanjeev Beniwal (Bhadra), Tarachand Saraswat (Dungargarh), Santosh Meghwal (Sujangarh), Bablu Chaudhary (Jhunjhunu), Vikram Singh Jakhal (Nawalgarh), Shubhkaran Choudhary (Udaipurwati), Shravan Choudhary (Fatehpur), Subhash Mahria (Lachhmangarh), Gajanand Kumawat (Danta Ramgarh), Hansraj Patel Gurjar (Kotputli), Prem Chand Bairwa (Dudu), Devi Singh Shekhawat (Bansur), Jairam Jatav (Alwar Rural), Jawahar Singh Bedam (Nagar), Bahadur Singh Koli (Weir), Rajkumari Jatav (Hindaun), Hansraj Meena (Sapotra), and Bhagchand Dakra (Bandikui).

Similarly, Rambilas Meena will contest from Lalsot seat, Rajendra Meena from Bamanwas, Shatrughan Gautam from Kekri, Arjun Lal Garg from Bilara, Balaram Mundh from Baytoo, Nanalal Aahri from Kherwara, Bansilal Katara from Dungarpur, Shankar Decha from Sagwara, Sushil Katara from Chorasi, Krishna Katara from Bagidora, Bhimabhai Damor from Kushalgarh, Udaylal Bhadana from Mandal and Ladulal Pitalia from Sahara constituency.

JAIPUR: Rajsamand MP Diya Kumari and Jaipur Rural MP Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore are among the many seven BJP parliamentarians who will contest the Rajasthan Assembly polls, based on the primary record of 41 candidates issued by the occasion on Monday.

While Diya Kumari will struggle the elections from Jaipur’s Vidhyadhar Nagar constituency, Rathore, a former Union minister and retired Army officer, has been fielded from Jhotwara, additionally in Jaipur district.

Vidhyadhar Nagar seat is at present held by BJP MLA Narpat Singh Rajvi, a five-time MLA and son-in-law of former vice chairman Bhairon Singh Shekhawat.googletag.cmd.push(perform() googletag.show(‘div-gpt-ad-8052921-2’); );

The remaining 40 constituencies for which the BJP introduced its candidates are held by the ruling Congress and different events.

Out of the 41 candidates, solely three are ladies whereas 12 are those that have been additionally fielded by the occasion within the 2018 meeting polls.

The 41 constituencies for which the BJP issued the record included six SC and 10 ST seats.

Of the seven parliamentarians, six are Lok Sabha MPs and one — Kirodi Lal Meena — is a Rajya Sabha member.

Jhunjhunu MP Narendra Kumar will contest the elections from Mandawa seat, Alwar MP Baba Balaknath from Tijara, Ajmer MP Bhagirath Choudhary from Kishangarh, Jalore MP Devji Patel from Sanchore, and Meena will struggle from Sawai Madhopur constituency.

Gurjar chief late Kirodi Singh Bainsla’s son Vijay Bainsla (from Deoli-Uniara seat) and retired IAS officer Chandramohan Meena (Bassi constituency) additionally figured on the record.

The BJP launched its first record of candidates hours after the ballot schedule was introduced by the Election Commission.

Polling for all 200 meeting seats in Rajasthan will happen on November 23 and votes shall be counted on December 3.

A BJP spokesperson mentioned right here that the occasion’s central election committee has authorized the names of 41 candidates.

The different BJP candidates are Jaideep Bihani (Ganganagar), Sanjeev Beniwal (Bhadra), Tarachand Saraswat (Dungargarh), Santosh Meghwal (Sujangarh), Bablu Chaudhary (Jhunjhunu), Vikram Singh Jakhal (Nawalgarh), Shubhkaran Choudhary (Udaipurwati), Shravan Choudhary (Fatehpur), Subhash Mahria (Lachhmangarh), Gajanand Kumawat (Danta Ramgarh), Hansraj Patel Gurjar (Kotputli), Prem Chand Bairwa (Dudu), Devi Singh Shekhawat (Bansur), Jairam Jatav (Alwar Rural), Jawahar Singh Bedam (Nagar), Bahadur Singh Koli (Weir), Rajkumari Jatav (Hindaun), Hansraj Meena (Sapotra), and Bhagchand Dakra (Bandikui).

Similarly, Rambilas Meena will contest from Lalsot seat, Rajendra Meena from Bamanwas, Shatrughan Gautam from Kekri, Arjun Lal Garg from Bilara, Balaram Mundh from Baytoo, Nanalal Aahri from Kherwara, Bansilal Katara from Dungarpur, Shankar Decha from Sagwara, Sushil Katara from Chorasi, Krishna Katara from Bagidora, Bhimabhai Damor from Kushalgarh, Udaylal Bhadana from Mandal and Ladulal Pitalia from Sahara constituency.

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