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BJP’s IDEOLOGY REIGNS SUPREME IN ASSEMBLY TICKET DISTRIBUTION.

Chhattisgarh Times Bhilai: The success mantra to the world’s largest political organisation is ideology and which is presently being followed by our Prime Minister and one of the strongest global politician Narendra Modi. He has once again affirmed that irrespective of any political influence, political lineage or nepotism will not work in the party. Besides he dares to make ticket distribution an even playing ground for every worker of the party.
Talking about legislative elections of 2018 in Chhattisgarh where, last light on Saturday Mission 65+ at Chhattisgarh, BJP’s 77 Candidates list have been declared by the BJP’s Central Election Committee at Delhi. still Bhilai-Durg region all except one assembly seat ticket is yet to be made public. The prestigious seat of Vaishali Nagar which was carved out after the delimitation of 2008 was won by BJP stalwart Saroj Pandey, the present National General Secretary. She defeated her nearest Congress rival Brijmohan Singh by 21267 votes. To shed some more light, this particular seat seems to be a see- saw affair with Congress ‘s Bhajan Singh Nirankari winning the 2009 by election with a slim margin of 1228 votes. 2013 saw a newly crowned BJP Legislator Vidya Ratan Bhasin score a thumping victory with a win margin of 24448.
A mere delve into the past shows that predominantly a BJP fortress but the high command still seems to be a bit hesitant over the candidature. A few reasons may be stalking BJP but party insiders and our political analysts say that Rakesh Pandey’s name, sibling of Saroj Pandey was doing the rounds. The present towering stature of Saroj within the party is a fact well known but the Central Leadership has undermined this and instead of appeasing many party big shots has stuck to its fundamental principle of impartiality, where any diligent party worker can climb the hierarchy ladder. Simply put mission 65 may be a distant dream for BJP but unlike other political parties it’s committed to the ideology which rules out nepotism.

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