The central election committee of the BJP released the 1st list of 184 candidates for the Lok Sabha elections 2019. PM Narendra Modi will once again seek re-election from Varanasi. Amit Shah will contest for Gandhi Nagar in Gujarat. Smriti Irani will once again compete with Rahul Gandhi at Amethi.
Bhartiya Janta Party has replaced Lal Krishna Advani with Amit Shah for Gandhi Nagar. Prime Minister Modi is all set to attain a glorious victory once again in the upcoming elections. Congress is also preparing for their promotional schedules and political strategies to give a tough competition to BJP.
Lok Sabha Elections 2019: BJP Released 1st List of 184 Candidates:
Among the prominent announced in BJP’s 1st List, which has 184 names across 20 states, were union ministers Rajnath Singh, who will again contest from Lucknow. Nitin Gadkari for Nagpur, General V K Singh (retired) from Ghaziabad, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (Jaipur Rural), Satyapal Singh (Baghpat), and D V Sadananda Gowda (Bengaluru North).
BJP is looking really strong as big names like former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir has joined them. Gambhir will take part in the election for south Delhi region. Gambhir is known as the superhero of the world cup 2014. People would love to vote for such an inspirational personality. Party commission is also hoping great support from the voters for the newcomer Gautam Gambhir.
Here is the complete 1st list of BJP candidates for Lok Sabha Elections 2019:bjp candidates list 2019
Many Congress politicians are targeting the issue of Amit Shah as a replacement of senior politician Lal Krishna Advani. They are stating the replacement as misjudgment and insult for Lal Krishna Advani. While BJP is answering it as a well-defined plan and strategy for upcoming election.
Rahul Gandhi will have to face Smriti Irani at Amethi election which will be a tough fight. Both Congress and BJP are preparing their best out of the heart. PM Modi and all the other politicians and their campaigns are influencing people a lot to vote and elect their favorite candidate for the better future of the nation.
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