BJPs Ajmer rally: Assembly elections are to be held in Rajasthan this year and Lok Sabha elections are to be held in the country next year. Recently BJP has faced defeat in Karnataka assembly elections. In such a situation, the entire focus of the BJP is on the Rajasthan elections to be held this year.
Assembly elections are due in Rajasthan later this year. In such a situation, the entire focus of the BJP is on returning to power in Rajasthan. Due to this, PM Modi will start public relations campaign from Rajasthan today.
BJP has chosen Ajmer for PM Modi programme. In such a situation, it is important to know why BJP chose Ajmer for PM Modi’s program and how many seats will be directly affected by the Prime Minister’s rally here.
BJP’s full focus on Rajasthan
Actually, assembly elections are to be held in Rajasthan at the end of this year and Lok Sabha elections are to be held in the country next year. Recently BJP has faced defeat in Karnataka assembly elections. In such a situation, the entire focus of the BJP is on those states where assembly elections are to be held this year. Rajasthan is also one of these states. Elections are to be held here at the end of this year (December).
PM Modi will conchshell the Mission 2024 from Ajmer
BJP has decided to start a month-long public relations campaign across the country on completion of 9 years in power at the Centre. Under this, PM Modi will start this campaign today from Ajmer in Rajasthan. The BJP claims that a crowd of about two lakh people can gather in this rally of PM Modi.
Why did BJP choose Ajmer only?
- Through this meeting of Prime Minister Modi, BJP is also engaged in securing eight Lok Sabha seats around Ajmer.
- There are 64 seats in these eight Lok Sabha constituencies. However, BJP’s entire focus is on around 45 assembly seats, which are very close to Ajmer.
- People from eight Lok Sabha and 45 assembly constituencies are expected to reach for PM Modi’s rally.
- Out of these 45 assembly seats, BJP has 20 seats. Apart from this, 20 seats are with the Congress and the remaining seats are with other parties.
BJP engaged in making a dent in Sachin Pilot stronghold
It is also believed that starting the campaign from Ajmer by PM Modi can cause a big loss to the Congress. Please tell that Congress leader and former Deputy CM of Rajasthan Sachin Pilot comes from Ajmer only. During the 2018 assembly elections, he played an important role in the victory of the party. That’s why choosing Ajmer for PM Modi’s rally is being considered as a big reason.
BJP eye on Jat and Muslim voters
This is PM Modi sixth visit to Rajasthan in the last 8 months. In order to leave no stone unturned in the Rajasthan elections, BJP wants to remove every shortcoming. Along with this, BJP’s focus is also on the caste voters here. The area around Ajmer has a sizeable population of Jats and Muslims. In the politics of Rajasthan, Muslim voters have been voting in favor of Congress only.