Haryana Assembly Election 2019: First list of BJP candidates, minister Vipul Goyal and seven MLAs’ tickets cut

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Haryana Assembly Election 2019: First list of BJP candidates, minister Vipul Goyal and seven MLAs’ tickets cut: The first list of candidates of the Bharatiya Janata Party for Haryana Assembly Election 2019 has been released. CM Manohar Lal Karnal and Haryana BJP President Subhash Barala will contest from Tohana. The list was published after 4:30 pm. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Karnal and Haryana BJP President Subhash Barala will contest from Tohana. As of now 78 candidates have been announced. Most important is the information of the state Industries Minister Vipul Goyal to cut the ticket. The tickets of seven MLAs have been cut. The party has given tickets to nine women. Three players have been given tickets.

BJP candidate from Yogeshwar Dutt Baroda, Sandeep Singh Pehwa and Babita Phogat Dadri

International wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt will contest from Baroda assembly constituency in Sonepat district. Former Indian hockey team captain Sandeep Singh will contest from Pehwa in Kurukshetra and international women wrestler Babita Phogat Dadri. Gyanchand Gupta got a BJP ticket from Panchkula.

BJP candidate from Gian Chand Gupta Panchkula

Let us know that late Sunday night, the Central Election Committee of the party finalized the names of the candidates in all the 90 seats for the Haryana Assembly elections. The meeting was again held at the residence of election in-charge Narendra Singh Tomar after discussions with Union ministers and MPs before releasing the list. Chief Minister Manohar Lal, BJP state in-charge Dr. Anil Jain, election in-charge Bhupendra Singh, state organization minister Suresh Bhatt and state president Subhash Barala were present in the meeting.

Assembly Constituency

  • Ambala Cantt: Anil Vij
  • Ambala city: Aseem Goyal
  • Jagadhri: Kanwar Pal Gurjar
  • Kalayat: Kamlesh
  • Kaithal: Leela Ram Gurjar
  • Pundari: Advocate Vedpal
  • Gharaunda: Harvinder Kalyan
  • Ascendant: Sardar Bakhsh Singh
  • Panipat Rural: Mahipal Dhanda
  • Former minister Mangeram Gupta joins JJP, son Mahavir Gupta will contest elections from Jind
  • Former minister Mangeram Gupta joins JJP, son Mahavir Gupta will contest elections from Jind
  • Israna: Krishna Lal Panwar
  • Sonipat: Kavita Jain
  • Jind: Krishna Middha
  • Uchana: Prem Lata
  • Narwana: Santosh Dhanda
  • Ratia: Laxman
  • Kalanwali: Balkaur Singh
  • Dabwali: Aditya Devi Lal
  • Rania: Ramachandra Kamboj
  • Sirsa: Pradeep Ruturia
  • Narnaund: Captain Abhimanyu
  • Badli: Omprakash Dhankar
  • Hansi: Vinod Bhayana
  • Hisar: Dr. Kamal Gupta
  • Nalwa: Ranbir Gangwa
  • Loharu: JP Dalal
  • Badhra: Sukhvindra Mandhi
  • Bawani Kheda: Vishambhar Valmiki
  • Rohtak: Manish Grover
  • Bahadurgarh: Naresh Kaushik

Complete list released by BJP-

Earlier, in the Central Election Committee meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the names of candidates for 54 seats for the first phase were stamped. National President Amit Shah has been authorized to declare candidates for the remaining seats.

According to sources, some of the remaining seats are screwed. Only after resolving it, Chief Minister Manohar Lal will inform the national president about this and the list of candidates from the respective fields will be released. Let us know that from 5 pm to 8 pm on Sunday, the Central Election Committee meeting started under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister to decide the party candidate for Haryana Assembly elections at the BJP’s central headquarters. It discussed Haryana first, then Maharashtra. As far as the list of Haryana candidates is concerned, it is likely that it will be released by late night.

After leaving the meeting, Chief Minister Manohar Lal reached Haryana Bhavan directly. There he summoned Union Ministers of State Rao Inderjit Singh and Krishnapal Gurjar. Gurjar reached Haryana Bhavan at around 10 minutes after receiving CM’s message from his Delhi-based residence 8 Tughlaq Lane, while Rao Inderjit Singh did not arrive. Discussions were held in private between Gurjar and CM. It is being told that CM held an hour-long detailed discussion with Gurjar. Sources reveal that Gurjar has been assured by the Chief Minister to give importance to all the nine seats in the Faridabad Lok Sabha constituency.

Discussion held at headquarters even before the meeting

Even before the committee’s meeting with the Prime Minister, discussions were held for nearly two hours between Chief Minister Manohar Lal, state in-charge Dr. Anil Jain, election in-charge Narendra Singh Tomar, state president Subhash Barala. According to sources, in this meeting also the issue of giving tickets to the relatives of the Union ministers and MPs was discussed. Although Amit Shah has already clarified that tickets may not be given to the relatives of Union ministers and MPs, but their opinion should be given importance in ticket distribution in their Lok Sabha constituency.

This is the reason that the Chief Minister called Krishnapal Gurjar for the first time at the end of the meeting. Rao Inderjit Singh’s strong attitude has angered the CM and other senior party leaders. Sources reveal that the central leadership will tolerate Rao’s attitude to an extent, after which a tough decision may be taken.

Leaders from other parties will get tickets

According to party sources, tickets will be given to prominent leaders coming from other parties. Behind this, party strategists say that not only will the opposition parties be disadvantaged by connecting the main leaders of other parties to the mainstream of the party, but the BJP will benefit in expanding the organization at the ground level.

Modi tweeted, will contest elections on development issues

After attending the meeting of the BJP Central Election Committee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted at 10.30 pm that Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly elections will be fought on development issues. Modi has said that it has served as a double engine by both the central and state governments led by the popular chief ministers of both the states.

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