Lok Sabha elections: The candidate standing in front of Vaibhav Gehlot withdrew his name, and now he has relief.


Before the first phase of voting for the Lok Sabha elections, good news has come for Vaibhav Gehlot, son of former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. The news is that yesterday was the last day for the withdrawal of nominations for the Lok Sabha elections.

On the last day on Monday, BSP candidate Lal Singh Dhanpur in Jalore-Sirohi withdrew his nomination and some relief has come to Congress candidate Vaibhav Gehlot. According to reports, Bahujan Samaj Party candidate Lal Singh Dhanpur from Jalore-Sirohi Lok Sabha seat of Rajasthan has withdrawn his nomination in support of Vaibhav Gehlot.

Thus, even before the elections, BSP suffered a major setback in Rajasthan. Although BSP leaders had stopped Lal Singh from withdrawing his name, he did not listen to anyone. After this, Bahujan Samaj workers also made serious allegations against Lal Singh and said that he had betrayed the Dalits and the people of BSP. 


Let us tell you that Lal Singh had joined Bahujan Samaj Party after leaving Congress. Now by withdrawing his name, he has given a big blow to BSP in the state. It is noteworthy that Lal Singh had taken membership in BSP only after being angry at not getting the ticket from Congress. After this, he was given a ticket by the party from Jalore Sirohi Lok Sabha seat. After this, Lok Sabha elections are to be held in two phases in Rajasthan. Voting for Lok Sabha elections will be held here on 19th and 26th April.

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