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BJP Announces First List of Candidates for Madhya Pradesh Assembly Polls

  • Posted on August 17, 2023
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  • By Sakshi Gupta

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has taken a significant stride in its preparations for the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assembly elections by releasing its initial list of 39 candidates.

The party's Central Election Committee (CEC) undertook an extensive review of its election strategy in both Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh, leading to the unveiling of  the list.

List of Candidates
BJP announces its first list of 39 candidates for the Madhya Pradesh assembly polls, setting the stage for a dynamic electoral showdown.

Here is 1st list of BJP candidates for Madhya Pradesh polls:

1. Sarla Vijendra Rawat - Sabalgarh constituency

2. Adal Singh Kansana - Sumawali constituency

3.Lal Singh Arya - Gohad (SC) constituency

4. Preetam Lodhi - Pichhore constituency

5.Priyanka Meena - Chachoura constituency

6. Jagannath Singh Raghuvanshi - Chanderi constituency

7. Veerendra Singh Lambardar - Banda constituency

8. Kamakhya Pratap Singh - Maharajpur constituency

9. Lalita Yadav - Chhatarpur constituency

10. Lakhan Patel - Pathariya constituency

11. Rajesh Kumar Verma - Gunnaor (SC) constituency

12. Surendra Singh Gaharwar - Chitrakoot constituency

13. Herrasingh Shyam - Pushprajgarh (ST) constituency

14. Dhirendra Singh - Barwara (ST) constituency

15. Neeraj Thakur - Bargi constituency

16. Anchal Sonkar - Jabalpur Purba (SC) constituency

17. Omprakash Dhurwey - Shahpura (ST) constituency

18. Vijay Anand Marawi - Bichhiya (ST) constituency

19. Bhagat Singh Netam - Baihar (ST) constituency

20. Rajkumar Karrahe - Lanji constituency

21. Kamal Maskole - Barghat (ST) constituency

22. Mahendra Nagesh - Gotegaon (SC) constituency

23. Nanabhau Mohod - Saunsar constituency

24. Prakash Uikey - Pandhurna (ST) constituency

25. Chandrashekhar Deshmukh - Multai constituency

26. Mahendra Singh Chouhan - Bhainsdehi (ST) constituency

27. Alok Sharma - Bhopal Uttar constituency

28. Dhruv Narayan Singh - Bhopal Madhya constituency

29. Rajesh Sonkar - Sonkatch (SC) constituency

30. Rajkumar Mev - Maheshwar (SC) constituency

31. Atmaram Patel - Kasrawad constituency

32. Nagar Singh Chouhan - Alirajpur (ST) constituency

33. Bhanu Bhuriya - Jhabua (ST) constituency

34. Nirmala Bhuriya - Petiawad (ST) constituency

35. Jaydeep Patel - Kukshi (ST) constituency

36. Kalu Singh Thakur - Dharampuri (ST) constituency

37. Madhu Verma - Rau constituency

38. Tarachand Goyal - Tarana (SC) constituency

39. Satish Malviya - Ghatiya (SC) constituency

The released list features a diverse array of candidates, showcasing the party's commitment to representing various constituencies across the state. Notable candidates on the list include Sarla Vijendra Rawat from the Sabalgarh constituency, Adal Singh Kansana from Sumawali, and Lal Singh Arya from the Gohad (SC) constituency.

The BJP's selection includes a mix of experienced politicians and fresh faces, reflecting their aim to connect with a wide range of voters.

List of Candidates
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has taken a significant stride in its preparations for the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assembly elections by releasing its initial list of 39 candidates.

The assembly elections are crucial for both the BJP and the Congress, as they look to gain an upper hand in Madhya Pradesh. In the previous 2018 elections, the Congress secured 114 seats, emerging as the largest party in the 230-member house. However, political dynamics shifted as a rebellion within the Congress ranks led to resignations of several MLAs, ultimately leading to the collapse of the Congress government.

The BJP, seizing the opportunity, formed the government with Shivraj Singh Chouhan making a comeback as the Chief Minister.

The current election season marks a crucial juncture for the BJP, as it strives to retain its power in Madhya Pradesh, while also aiming to make substantial inroads in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh where Congress holds sway. The party's efforts in Telangana and Mizoram also remain noteworthy as it attempts to establish its presence in these regions.

With the polls slated for November-December this year, political fervor is on the rise in these states. The BJP's strategic candidate selection demonstrates its determination to secure a strong position in the upcoming elections.

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