Modi presided over a late-night BJP meeting: Candidates for the Lok Sabha

Assembly ElectionsModi presided over a late-night BJP meeting: Candidates for the Lok Sabha


 Attendees at the meeting included Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled states, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and BJP Chief JP Nadda. In order to finalize the first list of candidates for the Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party called a meeting of its central election committee (CEC) on Thursday night.

BJP President Jagat Prakash Nadda, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Union Home Minister Amit Shah were present at the meeting.

Attending the meeting at the BJP headquarters were leaders from several states, including Goa’s Pramod Sawant, Gujarat’s Bhupendra Patel, Madhya Pradesh’s Mohan Yadav, Uttarakhand’s Pushkar Singh Dhami, Chhattisgarh’s Vishnu Deo Sai, and Uttar Pradesh’s Yogi Adityanath. It has been inferred that the BJP’s initial list of candidates was expected to include multiple seats from southern states. To give the candidates roughly fifty days to campaign, the BJP will release the list ahead of schedule.

The initial list was anticipated to be made public amid conjecture regarding the potential candidacies of a few Union ministers who presently hold Rajya Sabha seats.

It’s showing up in the papers. The decision by Nirmala Sitharaman and Jaishankar to run in the Lok Sabha elections is essentially final. Union minister Prahlada Joshi had stated a few days prior that it was unclear where they would fight—in Karnataka or another state.

Only India’s first prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, has demonstrated as much confidence in his ability to win reelection for a third consecutive term as Prime Minister Narendra Modi has.

“24 me 400 par,” the opposition said. I responded. However, I’ve also noticed that the BJP will surpass 370 on its own. Earlier this month, during a public meeting in Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh, Modi said, And I will demonstrate to you how to do it.

A lot of seats from the South were anticipated to be included on the first list, according to people with knowledge of the situation. They went on to say that if the candidates were announced ahead of time, it would guarantee the nominee roughly 50 days to run for office. According to the sources, the BJP in Madhya Pradesh, which declared 39 candidates for the most difficult seats more than three months ahead of the election last year, found success with a similar approach.

Anticipating the release of the first list of BJP Lok Sabha candidates was conjecture regarding the potential involvement of certain Union ministers, who hold Rajya Sabha seats, in the Lok Sabha elections.

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