India TV Poll: Political parties have started their preparations in full swing for the Rajasthan Assembly elections later this year. While the Congress has an electoral face in the form of CM Gehlot, the BJP is preparing to contest elections without a CM face. In such a situation, India TV conducted a poll on whether the BJP should announce its candidate for the post of Chief Minister in Rajasthan. Let’s know what people think about it.
What did the public say?
Ahead of the Rajasthan polls, people voted enthusiastically in an India TV poll on a question about the face of the BJP chief minister. A total of 5471 people have given their opinion on this poll. Talking about the poll results, 54% of the people believe that the BJP should announce its candidate for the post of Chief Minister in Rajasthan. While 44 percent people believe that BJP should not announce the Chief Ministerial candidate for Rajasthan elections.
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Why is this question happening?
In fact, the BJP is gearing up to fight the Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana and Chhattisgarh elections later this year with a collective leadership rather than a CM face. By giving assembly election tickets to several MPs and Union Ministers in Madhya Pradesh, the party has given a clear message that the elections will not be fought on the basis of one face.
Shah Nada’s marathon meeting
Ahead of the Rajasthan assembly elections, party national president JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a quick meeting with local leaders in Jaipur on Wednesday. In the meeting, it was reviewed that in which constituencies the party is weak. According to the sources, a clear message was given in the meeting that the party organization is supreme and everyone has to work together to ensure the victory of the party in the elections. JP Nadda, Amit Shah and BL Santosh may also hold a meeting with Sangh leaders in Jaipur today.
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