Assembly elections 2018: Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje to contest from Jhalrapatan
CM Raje announced her decision during the BJP Booth-level workers meeting at Jhalrapatan on Sunday. The election polling in Rajasthan is scheduled on December 7.
Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister of Rajasthan Vasundhara Raje will contest the upcoming assembly elections from her home turf Jhalrapatan constituency in Jhalawar district. CM Raje announced her decision during the BJP Booth-level workers meeting at Jhalrapatan on Sunday.
The polling in Rajasthan is scheduled to take place on December 7. Raje won all three-assembly elections from this area between 2003 and 2013.
There were speculations that Raje will contest the upcoming elections from Dholpur or some other constituency this time. Putting these speculations to rest, CM Raje announced her decision to contest from Jhalrapatan constituency even before the announcement of tickets by the party.
CM Raje while addressing the crowd at booth level meeting said that, not only she will contest the election from Jhalrapatan but every single individual from here will fight the elections. She shares an unbreakable relationship and bond with the people of Jhalrapatan area, she said adding that this relationship has existed going over the past 30 years and will continue until her last breath.
“People of Jhalrapatan have showered immense love and affection on me. They showed great trust in me. I will never break their trust. Your support will take this journey ahead”, added CM Raje.
She said although her focus would be to win all the 200 Assembly seats in the Rajasthan Assembly, special attention would be on 100 seats.