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BJP’s top brass discuss Raj Assembly elections
New Delhi: BJP’s top brass held an extensive brainstorming session for Rajasthan Assembly Election 2023.
Senior leaders from party’s State unit held discussion with Party President JP Nadda, Home Minister Amit Shah, and National General Secretary (org) BL Santosh on various issues pertaining to polls.
State in-charge Arun Singh, Election in-charge Pralhad Joshi, State President CP Joshi, LoP Rajendra Rathore, ex-CM Vasundhara Raje were present in the meeting.
One of the primary objectives of this meeting was to deliberate on the selection of candidates for upcoming election.
The party leaders considered names for approximately 65 constituencies, with a particular focus on “A” and “D” category seats.
The ‘A’ category includes seats where a consensus has been reached, while ‘D’ category comprises seats that BJP didn’t secure in previous polls. After the meet, the first list will be prepared and it will get the green signal from PM Modi.