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Assembly Election: Influence of Rajput voters on 85 seats in Rajasthan, BJP made ‘masterplan’


October 23 is the 100th birthday of former President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, just before the assembly elections.
Due to political, social and historical reasons, angry Rajputs had defeated BJP in 32 seats last time.
From the death anniversary of Shekhawat to the birth anniversary, BJP will organize programs in every assembly constituency across the state.

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Sikar. This time BJP does not want to leave any stone unturned for the Assembly Election 2023, which is going to be held at the end of the year. That’s why a strategy has also been made to help voters on the basis of caste. Under this, Rajput voters will be manipulated on the pretext of Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, the most popular CM of BJP. BJP will celebrate his birth centenary this year in the entire state. Rajput voters are believed to have influence on 85 seats in the state.

May 15 was the 13th death anniversary of former Vice President and three-time CM of Rajasthan, Bhairon Singh Shekhawat. This time, apart from the central ministers, big leaders of the country and state of BJP also participated in his tribute meeting.

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Programs will be held from death anniversary to birth anniversary
In this election year, through Bhairo Singh Shekhawat, BJP has started rectifying the old equations. October 23 is Shekhawat’s 100th birthday just before the elections. BJP has made a 5-month voter connect plan to help Rajput voters from the birth anniversary of former CM Shekhawat. The aim of the party is to give a big message to the Rajput society and to re-connect the old workers with the party. The interesting fact is that the birth centenary programs have been started on May 15, his death anniversary.

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Programs in every assembly constituency
BJP has formed a big function committee to connect the Rajput society and workers of every assembly in the programs of Shekhawat’s birth centenary. Rajya Sabha MP Ghanshyam Tiwari, MLA Narpatsingh Rajvi, MP CR Chaudhary, former Assembly Speaker Kailash Meghwal, Shantilal Chaplot, senior leaders Omkar Singh Lakhawat, Sardar Ajay Pal Singh, former Rajya Sabha MP Ramkumar Verma and 25 big leaders and members of the Shekhawat family are included in this committee. Are. In five months, this committee will work strategically under the leadership of State President CP Joshi and State Organization General Secretary Chandrashekhar. BJP is trying to re-link the old workers active in the 90s to the party in the name of Shekhawat.

message of solidarity
One big problem in BJP is that it has more factions than Congress. All the factions cannot be united in the name of any current leader of the state, but the effort to bring everyone together in these programs in the name of Shekhawat can be successful. That’s why in the conferences, from Ward Punch to Panchayat Samiti and Zilla Parishad members-former members and MPs and former MPs, MLAs, former MLAs living in that area will also be called. By bringing the divided leaders-workers on a platform in the name of Shekhawat, the Rajput community will be given the message that BJP is not only united, but is standing with them.

Aadhaar became 3 reasons for displeasure of Rajput society

Political: Angry about Jaswant and Shekhawat
There were two political reasons for the displeasure of the Rajputs with the BJP. Firstly cutting the ticket of former Union Minister Jaswant Singh and secondly not making Gajendra Singh Shekhawat the state president. Jaswant Singh had prepared for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections from Barmer, but Colonel Sonaram was brought from Congress to BJP and given Barmer ticket. Jaswant Singh’s image was as a big Rajput leader, which became the first reason for the displeasure of the Rajputs. After this, in 2018, the BJP central leadership had decided to make MP Gajendra Singh Shekhawat the state president. For about two and a half months, the tug-of-war between the central and state leadership of the BJP continued. Eventually, the Rajputs became more angry for not making Shekhawat the president.

Historical: The film was linked to Rajputi Aan-Ban
In the year 2017, from the shooting of the film made on Rani Padmavati till its release, there was resentment in the Rajput society about some scenes. Rajput society, Karni Sena protested and expressed anger at various places across the country including Rajasthan. It happened for the first time that the Chittor fort was closed in protest. After heavy protests, the film underwent five changes. The name of the film was also changed from Padmavati to Padmavat. But the Rajput community remained adamant about the ban on the film. Eventually Vasundhara Sarkar had to decide that the film would not be released in Rajasthan.

Social: Outrage in society due to Anandpal encounter
During the Vasundhara Raje government, the police did an encounter of gangster Anandpal in Malasar village of Churu. The Rajput community was enraged by this encounter in June 2017. It was alleged that Anandpal was killed by the police in a fake encounter. Then the BJP leaders were also accused. Socially, this issue increased so much that a huge crowd of Rajputs gathered in Anandpal’s village Sanwarad and the situation started getting out of control. Then the Vasundhara government recommended a CBI inquiry. But along with this, the investigation of the leaders of the Rajput community also started regarding the violence in Sanwarad. This issue kept burning inside and BJP suffered losses in the elections.

Biggest leader of Shekhawat Rajput society
Actually, the existence of BJP in the state cannot be seen without Shekhawat. Big leaders from Jansangh to BJP, Atal-Advani were also his admirers. Shekhawat was undoubtedly the biggest leader of the Rajput community as well. Along with establishing a non-Congress government in Rajasthan, he established many ideals. He always brought forward the young leadership. Be it making Vasundhara Raje the Chief Minister of the state or be it politicians like Rajendra Rathod, Rajpal Singh Shekhawat and Ghanshyam Tiwari, all of them progressed from their political school.

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