'Give Tickets To...': Ashok Gehlot's Advice for Election Success

On Thursday, Ashok Gehlot, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, put forth his stance that the Congress party should extend support solely to candidates with a high probability of winning in the state.
'Give Tickets To...': Ashok Gehlot's Advice for Election Success
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Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot on Thursday claimed that the Congress should only support the winning candidates in the state and the tickets should be given two months before the elections. Also, he advises to have patience to be successful in politics.

In the state executive meeting of the Rajasthan Youth Congress, Ashok Gehlot said that if the party decides to withhold the ticket, you may be disappointed, but if you maintain restraint and move forward, you will be successful in politics. There are assembly elections in the state later this year.

CM Ashok Gehlot Highlights Congress' Dependence on Front Organizations

The Chief Minister also mentioned the role of front organizations of the Congress party. He said that Congress is nothing without Seva Dal, Youth Congress and NSUI.

CM Ashok Gehlot also said that 100 seats are lying empty, as we have lost them. Our MLAs themselves are saying that I cannot win.

CM Gehlot's Emphasis on Fielding Winnable Candidates

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot emphasized the importance of fielding only viable candidates to secure electoral victories. "If our goal is to win the elections, we must prioritize candidates with a strong potential for success," he asserted.

Gehlot further expressed the need to determine ticket allocations well in advance, suggesting that two months before the elections, the selection process should be concluded.

By: Mohit Chauhan

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