The leader, who was a key figure in the BJP’s central leadership, believes that the 2022 elections will undoubtedly serve as the foundation for the mandate for the Lok Sabha elections in 2024. That is why the party has fielded those candidates who are the most likely to win the elections.
The BJP is concerned that the message of the 2022 assembly elections will be a large mandate for the upcoming assembly and Lok Sabha elections. This is why, in the list of BJP candidates released by the party’s high command on Saturday, the party’s most powerful leaders have been fielded. From the former Governor to the MPs and the Chief Minister, to the Deputy Chief Minister, all have reached the public. Everyone involved in this.
The BJP released a list of candidates for 107 assembly seats on Saturday. This includes 105 names for the first and second phases of assembly elections. While the party has announced the names of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya in order to create a larger message and atmosphere. The party announced several big names on Saturday, including Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, former Uttarakhand Governor Baby Rani Maurya, former MP Dr Yashwant, former MP Chaudhary Babulal, and former MP Bhartendu Singh. These are all the big names who have not only been representing the BJP on the big panel, but also on the smaller panels. but they are also included in the big leaders of the BJP in the state.
According to political analyst JP Tomar, among the big names announced by the party on Saturday, there are some names that not only serve the caste equations, but also play a significant role in cultivating Dalits, Backward, Ati Backward, and Jats in western Uttar Pradesh. He believes that the way the party fielded former Uttarakhand governor Baby Rani Maurya from Agra Rural sends a strong message.
According to a senior BJP leader, the names announced by the party were only intended to be workers. And, given the likelihood of his victory, he has been tasked with sending a broader message. The leader, who was a key figure in the BJP’s central leadership, says that the 2022 elections will undoubtedly serve as the foundation for the mandate for the Lok Sabha elections in 2024. As a result, the party has fielded the faces of those who are the most likely to win the elections.
According to BS Chaudhary, a spokesperson for Political Science at Delhi University, the way the BJP announced two tickets for Gorakhpur and Prayagraj Mandal, which include Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, along with the first and second phases, the party has psychologically sent a message to its voters. They claim that when people anticipate the entry of powerful figures such as the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister, the election gains momentum. According to Chowdhary, political parties will undoubtedly benefit from this. By announcing the names of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya in this context,The party has undoubtedly attempted to seize the electoral lead from the start.
According to political analysts, the way the party fielded 63 old candidates out of 83 and cut the tickets of 20 candidates sends a strong message. Even with the new faces, the party is only positioning its pawns by betting on the politics of the future. According to political analyst GD Shukla, if you look at the twenty tickets that were cut, you will notice that some of them have left the party. While some big names made their way to the main assembly seats. As a result, claiming that a large number of parties have reduced their ticket sizes is not politically correct. He claims that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath should not add Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Maurya’s and former Uttarakhand Governor Baby Rani Maurya’s seats as work-cut seats.