According to Ashok Gehlot, the BJP would have “shouted a lot” if the Congress had not chosen a chief minister for such a long time. Even a week after the results of the assembly elections were announced, outgoing Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot criticized the Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday for failing to nominate the state’s next chief minister. The BJP would have yelled louder if the Congress had not chosen a chief minister for this long. I was required to sign a document in the Gogamedi case indicating that I had no objections to the National Investigation Agency’s (NIA) investigation. This is what the new chief minister ought to have done. They (the BJP) have been unable to choose a chief minister for the past seven days. I want them to decide quickly,” Gehlot told reporters.
Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi, the chief of the Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena, was shot and killed on Tuesday in the living room of his Shyamnagar home. To look into the murder, a special investigation team (SIT) was established on Wednesday. According to officials, he was cremated on Thursday in his hometown in the Hanumangarh district.
Gehlot claimed that the BJP lacked discipline, saying, “They (the BJP) have not been able to announce CM faces in the three states for the past seven days. I am not sure what accusations they would have made against us and how they would have misled people if we had followed suit. The polls were polarized by them; we will work with the incoming administration, “the congressman declared. A number of well-known figures are emerging as possible candidates for the Rajasthan chief ministerial position as the BJP works through its internal deliberations.
The leading candidates are considered to be two-time chief minister Vasundhara Raje, Vidyadhar Nagar MLA Diya Kumari, Tijara constituency winner Mahat Balak Nath, and Jhotwara constituency winner Rajyavarardhan Singh Rathore.
While rumors about the BJP’s choice of minister persisted, Raje, a former chief minister of Rajasthan, paid Nadda a visit on Thursday at his home in the nation’s capital. On the day of the counts for the four states that held their assembly elections last month, the BJP won handily in the heartland of Hindi.
Not only did the BJP defeat their opponents in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan, but it also surprised some pollsters who had predicted a close race in these states.
The results of the vote in Rajasthan showed a very different picture from what some pollsters had predicted, with the Congress trailing at 69 seats and the BJP looking set to beat the government with 115 seats.
The results of the election have been declared. Local issues should be the focus of the state election; as I had previously stated, any flaws in the work completed during our five-year term should have been brought up by the prime minister or the home minister. However, during campaigning, they emphasized issues like the murder of Kanhaiya Lal rather than bringing up these concerns. BJP leaders, Gehlot claimed on Saturday, were responsible for polarizing the election.