In the follow up of Modi's grand rally in Jaipur, home minister Amit Shah and BJP national president is coming to Jaipur to weave a winning strategy around Modi means ‘Fulfilment of Guarantee'.
Since Modi, in the rally had reaffirmed that BJP is going in the polls without CM face, the duo will deliberate on the contentious issue of the party's chief ministerial candidate. They are likely to discus the future of party beyond the realm of former chief minister Vasundhara Raje, whose supporters are pressing to make her the CM face. Shah and Nadda in every likelihood will uncover the ‘No Compromise' formula on announcing the CM candidate prior to poll results.
The BJP's strategy appears to revolve around showcasing multiple powerful potential Chief Minister candidates from the party's ranks, which could counter the narrative of the indispensability of two-term former chief minister Vasundhara Raje.
Union Ministers and MPs are being considered for a return to their home constituencies to bolster party's position in the battle for power. These Delhi-based leaders will be projected as formidable contenders to their constituents.
Sources within the party suggest that a bet may be placed on a select group of MPs, including Kirori Lal Meena, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Kailash Choudhary, Diya Kumari, Ramcharan Bohra, Rahul Kaswa, Baba Balaknath, Bhagirath Choudhary, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and Sukhveer Jaunpuriya. It is anticipated that up to five of these MPs could be asked to contest assembly elections the way party has asked some of their ministers and parliamentarians to contest in Madhya Pradesh.
The BJP high command is expected to chart the party's course for the crucial elections with all eyes on the outcome of their deliberations and the subsequent internal briefings.
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