Odisha BJP Expects Representation in Party’s 100-Candidate LS Poll List

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  • The BJP’s election in-charge for Odisha, has announced that at least two to three candidates from the state are likely to secure positions in the party’s 100 candidates Lok Sabha poll list.
  • As the BJP gears up for the impending Lok Sabha polls, Tomar emphasized the party’s readiness to contest both Assembly and Lok Sabha seats independently in Odisha.
  • Ahead of the anticipated announcement of Lok Sabha polls by the Election Commission, sources indicate that the BJP’s Central Election Committee is set to convene on February 29.
  • It is expected that the first list of candidates, which may include prominent leaders like Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, will be released following this meeting.

Vijaypal Singh Tomar, the BJP’s election in-charge for Odisha, has announced that at least two to three candidates from the state are likely to secure positions in the party’s list of 100 candidates for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Tomar revealed this information during his visit to Bhubaneswar, where he outlined plans for election strategies and the effective implementation of central government schemes in Odisha.

As the BJP gears up for the impending Lok Sabha polls, Tomar emphasized the party’s readiness to contest both Assembly and Lok Sabha seats independently in Odisha. He expressed confidence in securing a clear majority in both elections and affirmed the party’s commitment to its electoral goals.

Ahead of the anticipated announcement of Lok Sabha polls by the Election Commission, sources indicate that the BJP’s Central Election Committee is set to convene on February 29. It is expected that the first list of candidates, which may include prominent leaders like Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, will be released following this meeting. With ambitious targets set by the ruling party, including winning 370 out of 543 Lok Sabha seats and securing 400 seats for the NDA, the forthcoming candidate list holds significant importance.

PM Modi, who currently represents Varanasi in the Lok Sabha, is anticipated to feature prominently in the BJP’s candidate roster, building upon his previous electoral successes in the constituency. Similarly, Home Minister Amit Shah’s potential candidacy is under scrutiny, particularly following his previous electoral victory in Gandhinagar.

Meanwhile, the BJP is actively strategizing for the upcoming polls across various states, including Uttar Pradesh, which holds significant electoral weight. Home Minister Amit Shah recently chaired a meeting in Uttar Pradesh to discuss election strategies, attended by key party leaders such as Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy Chief Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Brajesh Pathak, among others.

With Uttar Pradesh contributing significantly to the BJP’s electoral fortunes, the party is leaving no stone unturned in its preparations, aiming to replicate or even surpass its impressive performance in the state during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, where it secured a substantial mandate.

 (With inputs from agencies)

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