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“2023 Subsequent”: Ashok Gehlot On Congress Win Vs BJP-Backed Subhash Chandra


Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot congratulated the victorious Congress candidates.

New Delhi:

After the Congress received three of the 4 Rajya Sabha seats in Rajasthan on Friday, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot congratulated his social gathering’s candidates and mentioned the BJP’s try at horse-trading had failed. 

Congress candidates Pramod Tiwari, Mukul Wasnik and Randeep Surjewala registered victories.

The BJP candidate Ghanshyam Tiwari received too. The social gathering was certain of this victory because it had the required variety of MLAs. The contentious matter was whether or not Subhash Chandra, a media baron who was contesting as an Impartial with BJP assist, would handle to get sufficient MLAs to vote for him after getting surplus votes of the BJP. 

In his tweets, Mr Gehlot additionally expressed confidence that the BJP will face “a defeat similar to this one” within the Rajasthan meeting elections due in 2023 too.

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Whereas Mr Tiwari obtained the required 41 votes, Mr Wasnik (42 votes) and Mr Surjewala (43 votes) obtained extra votes than what the Congress was certain of. BJP candidate Ghanshyam Tiwari received with 43 votes, which suggests he obtained two additional votes too. However Zee enterprise group chairman Subhash Chandra, who received from Haryana final time, might handle solely 30 votes, 11 wanting the mark.

As not one of the three Congress candidates was from Rajasthan, there was heightened hypothesis of cross-voting. Whereas Mr Surjewala is from Haryana, Mr Wasnik is from Maharashtra and Mr Tiwari  from Uttar Pradesh.

Elections are held for the Rajya Sabha seats that fall vacant cyclically as some members retire each two years. A member’s time period is for six years.

The elections in the present day have been for 16 seats within the Higher Home throughout 4 states (Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Haryana and Karnataka). 

A complete of 57 seats had fallen vacant however 41 candidates from completely different events in 11 states, together with Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, had received unopposed already. Voting was necessitated for 16 seats, and it concluded at 4pm. 

Outcomes have been scheduled for five pm however allegations of invalid voting led to delays.



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