Karnataka Election: BJP released the first list of its candidates, know who got the chance?
Currently the Chief Minister in the state is Basavraj Bommai and the party is going to the polls under the leadership of him but if the party wins the election then who will become CM does not leave it yet Have been opened
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BJP released first list of its candidates
New Delhi: After a long wait, the Bharatiya Janata Party has finally opened its first leaves for the Karnataka election। The party has released the first list of its candidates। The party has announced 189 seats in the list। According to sources, the second list will also be released soon। Please tell that voting for the Karnataka Legislative Assembly will take place on 10 April and the result will be announced on 13 April.
We will recreate the absolute majority government – Dharmedra Pradhan
Releasing the list, the Union Minister and the Dharmendra Pradhan in charge of the Karnataka election said that we have given local activists a chance in ticket distribution। The approval of the candidates who have given the ticket came from the local level and was named by the Mohar Election Committee। He said that we are confident that the BJP will win the elections again and form an absolute majority government once again.
52 new faces in BJP list
BJP has given 52 new people a chance on this list। Along with this, 32 people of OBC society, 30 people of SC and 16 people of ST। 8 women candidates have been given place in this list। This list of BJPs includes 5 lawyers, 9 doctors, 3 teachers, 1 retired IAS officer, 1 retired IPS officer, 3 former government employees, And 8 social activist people have been given space.
CM Bommai will contest from Shiggaon seat
Releasing the list of 189 candidates, the party’s General Minister Arun Singh said that the Chief Minister of Karnataka CM Basavraj Bommai will contest from Shiggaon constituency। At the same time, BY Vijayendra Shikarpur, son of former CM BS Yediurappa, will contest from the assembly seat.
Enrollment process will start from 13 April
Significantly, the process of filing nomination will start from 13 April and the last date for filing nomination papers is 20 April। The running BJP, aiming for a return to power with an absolute majority in Karnataka, has aimed to win at least 150 seats out of the total 224 seats in the Legislative Assembly। Currently the Chief Minister in the state is Basavraj Bommai and the party is going to the polls under the leadership of him but if the party wins the election then who will become CM does not leave it yet Have been opened.