BSP chief Mayawati is set to kickstart her election campaign in Rajasthan, beginning with public meetings in Dholpur and Bharatpur districts on Friday. Accompanied by party candidates from these districts, Mayawati aims to rally support for the BSP, which is contesting the elections independently without forming alliances. The state is scheduled for polling on November 25, and Mayawati has planned a series of eight rallies, including appearances in Alwar, Karauli, Gangapur, Jhunjhunu, and Nagaur. The BSP chief is expected to cover crucial issues and engage with the electorate during her campaign across Rajasthan.
PM Modi to Address Hyderabad Rally, Focus on SC Sub-Categorization Announcement
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to address a rally organized by the Madiga Reservation Porata Samithi in Hyderabad, focusing on the demand for the sub-categorization of reservations for scheduled caste communities. The rally follows PM Modi’s previous commitment to appoint a chief minister from the backward classes if the BJP wins the upcoming Assembly elections on November 30. The PM is expected to make significant announcements regarding the categorization of scheduled castes, addressing the concerns of the Madiga community.
BJP Expels Jitendra Meena for Contesting Against Party’s Official Candidate in Rajasthan
Jitendra Meena, former president of the Scheduled Tribe Morcha in Rajasthan, has been expelled from the BJP for contesting the upcoming state election against the party’s officially declared candidate. The BJP has nominated Chandramohan Meena to contest against Congress’ Laxman Meena for the Bassi constituency. The expulsion letter cited a breach of discipline as the reason for Jitendra Meena’s removal. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President JP Nadda, and Home Minister Amit Shah are scheduled to visit Rajasthan for election campaigns ahead of the polls on November 25.
PM Modi Urges Removal of Congress in Rajasthan for Law and Order Restoration
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on voters in Rajasthan to oust the ruling Congress party in the upcoming state elections. Accusing Congress of corruption and an “appeasement policy,” Modi emphasized the need to restore law and order in the state. He urged voters to protect the culture and traditions of Rajasthan by voting for the BJP. Modi highlighted Congress’ alleged involvement in paper leaks and illegal financial transactions and called for punishment by pressing the button with the lotus symbol, the BJP’s party symbol.