Looking for headstart, BJP may finalise LS tickets early – Times of India

Looking for headstart, BJP may finalise LS tickets early - Times of India

NEW DELHI: Buoyed by its success in the recent state elections, the BJP is all set to give its final form. Lok Sabha Amid indications that the party leadership is considering encouraging some heavyweights who Rajya Sabha to take the field.
Sources said the success of the experiment of announcing its list early has done well in the state polls, helping the party win a significant victory over its rivals, adding to the sentiments of the people. Smoothed out which are not considered. “Momentum is in our favor and since things are going to improve, the time is right to repeat it; to shed the blood of those who, despite their personal usefulness and great names, have not been put in. Colors.” I,” a source said.
“It will enhance the standing of the concerned while creating opportunities for others in the Rajya Sabha,” the source said, stressing that no final decision has been taken yet.
Sources said that the Lok Sabha slate was announced in advance, much before the schedule was announced The commission makes more sense because PM Narendra Modi’s popularity, in the party’s eyes, is the single most important success factor, acting directly and very strongly for the central elections.
During the two-day national office-bearers’ meeting, the state presidents of MP, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh highlighted how early announcement of candidates, a change from earlier practice, large number of nominees, sources said. As the party got good results. In the first two lists, won comfortably. Sources said the party could start announcing candidates by the end of January even though the election dates are expected in February or March.
Sources also hinted that a few prominent faces may be asked to contest the polls, a continuation of the party’s strategy in the recent assembly elections when sitting Lok Sabha members were fielded and the winners as MPs. But was asked to resign and continue as MLA.
Recently inducted into Mohan Yadav’s ministry in Madhya Pradesh, Prahlad Patel and Rakesh Singh, both MPs for several terms, are now state ministers. Narendra Singh Tomar, a prominent face of the Modi government since 2014, is the Speaker of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly.

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