Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha Election for 200 constituency seats will be conducted by the end of this year. The tenure of the present ruling party is going to end on 20th January 2018. Till now Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) has monopoly over maximum assembly seats.
However, major political parties are trying to strategically win over the state population and extract votes for their desirable candidates. Out of 200 seats, 34 seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates while 25 seats are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes.
BJP leader Amit Shah is trying his best to secure the party’s victory in Rajasthan election, according to authentic sources, he has asked his party workers to work about 18 hours a day and encourage BJP’s popularity.
BJP has targeted around 180 out of 200 seats in Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018. For this, Shah is holding regular meetings with the party workers and engaging a huge number of volunteers for the welfare of the party.
Local Issues and Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha Election Result 2013
Seeing all this, Congress is not far behind. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is all set to bring back his party on the track. Compared to BJP winning 123 seats in the last Vidhan Sabha Election Result 2013, Congress won only 21 seats. However, Gandhi plans to change his campaign strategies and is all ready for a grand comeback.
Today, Rajasthan has become a state of lynchings, rapes, robberies and communalism. In such a scenario, the parties need to work very hard to win popular votes and confirm their victory.
Apart from BJP and Congress, Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is also in the line to contest Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018. Delhi’s deputy chief minister Manish Sasodia visited Rajasthan and tried to convince the population of their high aspirations and fulfillment.
Tow primary leaders fighting over the chief ministerial position are Vasundhara Raje and Ashok Gehlot. Even Sachin Pilot from Congress aspires to enjoy this position. According to the sources, Raje looks confident of winning the elections and serving as the chief minister for another five years.
In spite of all this competition, the question is: which of the parties will try to solve the local issues of the state and benefit the population. Whosever does this should win the Upcoming Rajasthan Elections 2018.