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BJP Unveils 5th List of 15 Candidates for Rajasthan Assembly Elections

In a significant move ahead of the November 25 Rajasthan assembly polls, the BJP has revealed its fifth list comprising 15 candidates. This latest announcement showcases a mix of fresh faces and notable changes within the party ranks.

By: Rekha Joshi  Pardaphash Group
BJP Unveils 5th List of 15 Candidates for Rajasthan Assembly Elections

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has unveiled its fifth list of 15 candidates for the upcoming Rajasthan Assembly polls, scheduled for November 25. This fresh list showcases a blend of both new and seasoned faces vying for legislative positions.

In an interesting move, the party has decided to replace the incumbent MLA, Dharmnarayan Joshi, from the Mawli constituency in Udaipur with K G Paliwal. This decision adds an element of anticipation to the electoral race.

Among the newcomers introduced by the BJP, Gopal Sharma from Civil Lines and Ravi Nayyar from Adarsh Nagar stand out as promising candidates, ready to make their mark in the political arena.

Notably, in the third list released on November 2, the party introduced Poonam Kanwar Bhati, the daughter-in-law of former minister Devi Singh Bhati, as a candidate. However, this time, Anshuman Singh Bhati, her son, has taken her place in the Kolayat constituency.

Amit Chaudhary is the chosen candidate for the Hanumangarh seat, while Chandramohan Batvada will represent Kishanpole. Vijay Bansal is set to contest from Bharatpur, and former MLAs Rajkumar Rinwa, Prahlad Gunjal, and Babu Singh Rathore have been selected for the Sardarshahar, Kota North, and Shergarh constituencies, respectively.

Additionally, the party has announced its candidates for Shahpura, Rajakhera, Masuda, Pipalda, and Baran-Atru seats.

With this fifth candidate list release, the BJP has now disclosed its candidates for 198 out of the total 200 seats in the state. As the nomination filing deadline is approaching on November 6, the stage is set for an exciting and competitive Rajasthan Assembly election.

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