BJP releases 5th list of candidates
Rajasthan BJP senior minister Yunus Khan has been fielded against Congress leader Sachin Pilot to contest elections from Tonk seat. Yunus khan is a sitting MLA from Deedwana constituency of Nagaur district.
Jaipur: the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has released its fifth and final list of candidates for the Rajasthan assembly elections 2018. The names of final eight candidates who will contest the election on BJP tickets were released on Monday morning.
Rajasthan BJP senior minister Yunus Khan has been fielded against Congress leader Sachin Pilot to contest elections from Tonk seat. Yunus Khan is a sitting MLA from Deedwana constituency of Nagaur district.
After Congress fielded Sachin Pilot from the Tonk seat, BJP replaced Ajeet Singh Mehta, who was mentioned in the first list released on November 11.
Here is the fifth list of candidates of BJP.
- Kotputli: Mukesh Goyel
- Behror: Mohit Yadav
- Karauli: OP Saini
- Tonk: Yunus Khan
- Kekri: Rajendra Vinayaka
- Deedwana: Jeetendra Singh Dodha
- Khinwsar: Ramchandra Utta
- Kherwada (ST): Nanalal Aahri
The BJP released its fourth list of 24 candidates on Sunday. The names were announced by Union Minister and party leader JP Nadda following a meeting of the BJP Central Election Committee.
Here’s the fourth list of candidates of BJP
- Rakseh Jagid – Tarapur
- Ashok Peencha – Sardarshahar
- Khemaram Meghwal – Sujangarh
- Rajendra Bhamu – Jhunjhunu
- Banwarilal Saini – Nawalgarh
- Sunita Jhakad – Fatehpur
- Dinesh Joshi – Lakshmangarh
- Ashok Lahoti – Sanganer
- Ramkrishna Meghwal – Alwar Gramin
- Vijay Meena – Rajgarh and Lakshmangarh
- Jawahar Singh Bedam – Kama
- Ramesh Meena – Todabhim
- Rajendra Meena – Mahua
- Shankar Sharma – Dausa
- Mansingh Gurjar – Gangapurcity
- Ruparam Jat – Makrana
- Joraram Kumawat – Sumerpur
- Udaylal Dangi – Vallabhnagar
- Jabar Singh Sangla – Asind
- Gopal Khandelwal – Mandalgarh
- Omendra Singh Handa – Hindoli
- Mamata Sharma – Piplda
- Kalpana Raje – Ladpura
- Babulal Verma – Bara Atru.
Rajasthan will go on polls on December 7 and the results will be out on December 11.