Election 2019

BJP retains scarcely 80% of sitting MPs in initial list

NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has defended scarcely 80% MPs in a initial list of 184 candidates, widespread over 20 states, avoiding a vital shake-up. While all 5 possibilities announced for Chhattisgarh are new, Assam and Uttar Pradesh have also seen some changes.

The initial list has 100 seats now hold by BJP and a celebration has transposed 21, giving tickets to a remaining 79 MPs. Retaining infancy of a MPs might be an denote that a BJP does not fear anti-incumbency. It could also be to equivocate insurgent possibilities in a fray. The celebration coronet has confirmed that a 2019 competition too is also being fought in a name of Narendra Modi and possibilities are secondary.

The BJP list has usually 22 women candidates, distinct BJD and Trinamool, that have fielded some-more than 33% women. The celebration has also given sheet to argumentative MPs. Nihal Chand (Ganganagar-Rajasthan) was indicted in a rape case, while Sakshi Maharaj (Unnao), Union apportion Ananth Kumar Hegde (Kannada North) and Pratap Simha (Mysore) have been in a news for argumentative remarks.

BJP retains scarcely 80% of sitting MPs in initial list

Four of a MPs who do not figure in a initial list are above 75 years. They embody LK Advani (Gandhinagar), Bijoya Chakravarti (Guwahati), BC Khanduri (Garhwal) and Bhagat Singh Koshiyari (Udham Singh Nagar). In Uttar Pradesh, BJP has altered MPs in 4 seats indifferent for Scheduled Castes and dual in a ubiquitous category. Union apportion Krishna Raj, a Jatav, has been denied sheet in Shahjahanpur and former apportion of state for HRD Ram Shankar Katheria has been transposed by SPS Baghel in Agra. Anshul Verma has been transposed by Jai Prakash Rawat in Hardoi (SC) and Anju Bala by Ashok Rawat in Misrikh indifferent seat. In Sambhal, BJP has transposed Satyapal Singh with Parmeshwarlal Saini and Babulal Chaudhary with Raj Kumar Chaher in Fatehpur Sikri.

Of a 8 possibilities BJP announced for Assam, usually dual have been retained. Other than Guwahati, where Queen Ojha will be in a ravel in place of Chakravarthi, Dilip Saikia has transposed Ramen Deka in Mangaldoi. Tapan Gogoi will competition in place of Kamakhya Prasad Tasa. BJP has transposed possibilities in Silchar, Autonomous District (ST) and Karimganj, a 3 seats it lost, as well.

As announced by celebration ubiquitous secretary in-charge of Chhattisgarh, BJP will margin new possibilities in all 11 constituencies. All 5 names announced so distant are new.

In Maharashtra, Dilip Gandhi who won a Ahmednagar chair in 2014 has been transposed by Sujay Vikhe Patil who defected from a Congress recently and Sunil Gaekwad, who represents a Latur indifferent seat, has been transposed by Sudhakar Bhalerao Shrungare. In Rajasthan, a BJP has fielded Bhagirath Chaudhary and in Jhunjhunu, it has transposed Santosh Ahlawat with Narendra Khinchal, an MLA.

Among a seats that BJP mislaid in 2014 and has motionless to reinstate a losing candidate, many are from West Bengal and Karnataka. In West Bengal, there are 24 new possibilities out of a sum 28. Asansol MP and Union apportion Babul Supriyo has been defended and will quarrel opposite Moon Sen of Trinamool.

Article source: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/elections/lok-sabha/india/bjp-retains-nearly-80-of-sitting-mps-in-first-list/articleshow/68529159.cms


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