Rajasthan Election 2023: Upon Conclusion of "Parivartan Yatra", BJP Might Unveil its Initial List of Candidates
Rajasthan Election 2023: The BJP has responded to the upcoming state assembly elections in by launching a series of four Parivartan Yatras, or "Change Journeys," which will finish on September 25th.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is slated to address an electoral rally on this critical day, adding a strong political dimension to the event.
Following the completion of these tours, there is a growing expectation that the BJP would utilise the opportunity to present its maiden list of candidates.
Notably, the BJP has earlier intimated that the candidate list would most likely be kept under wraps until the Parivartan Yatras were completed.
BJP's Strategic Seat Categorization in Rajasthan
The BJP has carefully divided's 200 assembly seats into four distinct categories as part of its meticulous preparations for the upcoming state assembly elections: A, B, C, and D.
During the initial phase of announcements, it appears that the party will reveal its candidates for assembly seats in categories A and D.
The BJP is expected to release this list soon after Prime Minister Modi's rally in Jaipur on September 25th.
The BJP has targeted 29 seats in Category A and 19 seats in Category D for this reason, which are widely expected to be among the first to see candidate announcements.
These seats have typically been BJP strongholds in the last three elections, emphasising their strategic importance.
Furthermore, the BJP has taken a methodical approach, categorising 48 assembly seats in Rajasthan into categories A and D.
BJP's Rajasthan Election Candidate Announcement
Candidates for these seats are scheduled to be announced by the end of September or the beginning of October. Following the 's rally, a crucial meeting of the BJP's Central Election Committee could be convened in Delhi.
This meeting may include key leaders such as National President JP Nadda, Rajasthan Pradesh President CP Joshi, Leader of the Opposition Rajendra Rathore, State In-charge Arun Singh, State Election In-charge Pralhad Joshi, and former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje.
Following that, it is largely expected that the BJP's first list of candidates will be officially released, setting the stage for what promises to be a highly watched and hotly contested Rajasthan state assembly election.