Rajasthan: Even 15 months before the assembly elections, smaller parties have started cultivating the vote bank of the Congress. There is still a lot of time in the Rajasthan Assembly elections but political parties have geared up for their vote bank. The activism of parties like All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen, Bharatiya Tribal Party, National Tribal Party, BSP and Independent Manch in view of the elections to be held in 2023 has increased the concern of Congress leadership and Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
strong candidate strategy
Owaisi’s party AIMIM has decided to contest in three dozen assembly seats out of 200 in the state. After Owaisi’s announcement of contesting the elections, the fear of the Muslim society going away has increased the concern of the Congress. Apart from this, a strategy has been made to field strong candidates in 15 seats dominated by Muslim. In view of Owaisi’s increasing activism, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and other Congress leaders are calling him B team of BJP.
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The BTP, on the other hand, has gained a good hold among the tribal voters. Tribal leaders have formed a new National Tribal Party. Its purpose is to make a dent in the vote bank of the Congress. BSP state president Bhagwan Singh Baba Gehlot has been termed as anti-Dalit. Baba says that Ashok Gehlot has always harmed the interests of Dalits a lot. In the last elections, Ashok Gehlot had joined the Congress by luring 6 MLAs who won on the BSP’s election symbol.
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candidates for 10 seats
Now in the 2023 assembly elections, the names of their candidates have been decided on 10 assembly seats by forming an independent platform. Now Singhvi has come in contact with BJP leaders. Singhvi has opened a front against Gehlot for a long time. Congress will suffer a lot if Singhvi joins BJP.
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