BJP Leaders Set to Energize Rajasthan Assembly Election Campaign with Extensive State Visits

In a bid to gain momentum ahead of the upcoming assembly elections in Rajasthan, top leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have announced their plans to visit the poll-bound state. The influential figures from the party are scheduled to embark on a series of visits to various districts in Rajasthan, aiming to bolster their campaign in the region.

Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will kick off the political tour by visiting Jodhpur on June 28. The BJP President, JP Nadda, will follow suit and travel to Bharatpur on June 29, while Union Home Minister Amit Shah has planned stops in Udaipur and Jaipur on June 30. According to Rajasthan BJP President CP Joshi, Singh will address a meeting of BJP workers in the Jodhpur Lok Sabha constituency, Nadda will inaugurate the party’s new office building in Bharatpur, and Shah will address a public gathering in Udaipur and Jaipur.

The strategic visits by these prominent BJP leaders come at a time when the party is commemorating the completion of nine years of the Modi government at the Center. Such programs are being organized nationwide, specifically at the Lok Sabha level, in light of the upcoming assembly elections in Rajasthan later this year.

Joshi stated, “All prominent leaders associated with the party are now turning towards Rajasthan, and accordingly, these programs have been planned.” The BJP aims to strengthen its presence in the Mewar, Marwar, and Braj regions, which have traditionally been strongholds of the Congress party. Therefore, the visits by Union Minister Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, and party president JP Nadda have been strategically organized in these regions.

During the three-day period from June 28 to 30, the trio of BJP stalwarts will cover 80 seats in Mewar, Marwar, and Braj, with the intention of challenging the Congress party’s hold in these areas. Of particular concern is the Braj region, where the BJP’s performance in the previous assembly elections was subpar. The party failed to secure seats in three out of four districts within the Bharatpur division. Although the BJP won the sole seat in the Dholpur district, MLA Shobharani Kushwaha left the party due to cross-voting in the Rajya Sabha elections. Consequently, JP Nadda’s tour of Bharatpur aims to strengthen the BJP’s position in this crucial region.

Similarly, the Mewar region, specifically the Udaipur division, holds significant importance for the BJP. Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to the area is seen as a pivotal move to consolidate the party’s standing. Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will address a public meeting at Balesar in the Shergarh assembly constituency of Jodhpur, focusing on strengthening the BJP’s position in the Marwar region.

The 2023 Rajasthan legislative assembly election, slated to be held in or before December 2023, will determine the composition of the state’s Legislative Assembly, with all 200 seats up for contention. The BJP’s extensive visits and campaign efforts in Rajasthan signify their commitment to secure a favorable outcome in the forthcoming elections.

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