BJP faces dissent over ticket allocation in Raj. polls


The Bharatiya Janata Party has announced the names of its candidates for 41 seats. However, with the cutting of tickets for prominent leaders, dissent has already begun. The allocation of a ticket to Colonel Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore from Jhotwara has upset supporters of BJP leader Rajpal Singh Shekhawat, who gathered in large numbers at the BJP headquarters.

During this, they raised slogans like ‘Rajyavardhan Go Back’ and ‘Rajpal laao, Jhotwara bachao’. It should be noted that Rajyavardhan Rathore may face difficulties in Jhotwara as a strong independent candidate is also considering contesting in the electoral arena. This leader from the Rajput community has been active in election campaigning for several years and has announced that he will contest the election. By Wednesday, he may announce his candidacy.

Congress also wants Ashu Singh Surpura to contest against Rajyavardhan so that it benefits the Congress candidate. If Ashu Singh, a leader from the Rajput community, also contests the election, it will be even more challenging for Rajyavardhan. Not only that, on social media, there have been protests against Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore in various WhatsApp groups in the Jhotwara area.

If Narpat Singh is not accommodated, Diya Kumari will face difficulties.
Meanwhile, Diya Kumari has been made a candidate for the Vidhyadhar Nagar assembly seat in Rajasthan. However, her path is not as easy as the Bharatiya Janata Party thinks. Supporters of MLA Narpat Singh Rajvi are also in a wait-and-watch situation.

If Narpat Singh Rajvi is not given a ticket from Chittorgarh or Bikaner East, then Diya Kumari may also face difficulties in the Vidhyadhar Nagar assembly constituency. Currently, supporters of Narpat Singh have not openly come out in protest. Opposition to MP Bhagirath Choudhary in Kishangarh
The BJP has allocated a ticket to Dr Vikas Choudhary from Kishangarh, cutting out Ajmer MP Bhagirath Choudhary.

After the ticket was cut, supporters gathered in favour of Vikas Choudhary at his house on Tuesday morning. During this, while addressing the supporters, Vikas broke into tears. He said that the BJP had politically murdered him. Supporters gathered at the home of Vikas Choudhary in Kishangarh Indra Colony have called on Choudhary to contest the election. In the meantime, Vikas Choudhary became emotional. While wiping his tears, he said that he has been working hard in the field for the last 5 years. Bhagirath Choudhary has never supported him. A committee was formed for damage control.

After the first list of candidates from the BJP, a committee has been formed to address the dissatisfaction of ticket recipients in various regions.