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The BJP divides Rajasthan into 7 zones and assigns duties to various leaders in order to maintain a strong presence in the state

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has started different strategic planning at all levels in advance of the assembly election in Rajasthan to increase the party’s standing in the state. The party has delegated control to leaders from several states and split the whole state into 7 zones. The zone in charge will get regular updates from these leaders, who will also tell the party’s central office on the situation on the ground.theindiaprint.com download 2023 09 29t155921.394

Asim Goyal, a Haryana MLA, has been designated as the In-charge for the Bikaner Zone. The zone includes five districts. Subhash Sharma, the State Vice President of Punjab, has been given responsibility for two seats in Bikaner City. A Haryana lawmaker named Satyaprakash Jarawata has been handed control over the rural region of Bikaner, which has five legislative assembly. The six Sri Ganganagar assembly districts have been given to National Secretary Narendra Singh.

Mahipal, a member of the Haryana legislature, has been allocated responsibility for five assembly districts in Hanumangarh. Sandeep Joshi has been given responsibility for the six assembly districts in Churu.
There are 8 districts in the Jaipur Zone, and Siddharthan, the Himachal Pradesh State General Secretary (Organization), has been given administrative control.

Jitendra Singh, a Union minister, and Dr. Anil Jain, an MP from Uttar Pradesh, have been named in charge of the city of Jaipur’s seven legislative assembly.

The task has been given to Jugal Kishore, a Member of Parliament from Jammu and Kashmir, for Jaipur rural (North), which comprises six legislative assembly. Dr. Nirmal Singh, a former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, has been nominated to lead Jaipur Rural (South), which includes 6 legislative assembly.

The former deputy chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Govind Gupta, has been given control of the five legislative assemblies in Dausa.

A member of parliament from Sirsa, Haryana named Sunita Duggal has been given responsibility for Alwar (North), which includes five legislative assembly. Naib Saini, a member of parliament from Haryana, has been given responsibility for Alwar (South), which comprises six legislative assembly.

The State President of Haryana, Omprakash Dhanakad, is in charge of Jhunjhunu and is in command of seven legislative assembly. Sunil Jakhar, the state president of Punjab, and Vijaypal Singh Tomar have been given responsibility for Sikar, which oversees 8 legislative assembly.

Ajay Kumar, the State General Secretary (Organisation) of Uttarakhand, has been assigned in charge of the Bharatpur Zone, which consists of four districts. Kuldeep Chahal, a former State General Secretary in Delhi, has been given responsibility for seven legislative assembly in Bharatpur City.

Dhan Singh Rawat, the minister of Uttarakhand, has been given responsibility for four legislative assembly in Dholpur. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, a member of parliament from Uttarakhand, has been given responsibility for four legislative assembly in Karauli. Krishan Pal Gurjar, a Union Minister, has been given responsibility for four legislative assemblies in Sawai Madhopur.

The Ajmer Zone, which consists of 7 districts, has been given to Mahendra Singh, an MLA from Uttar Pradesh. Abhay Varma, a Delhi MLA, has been given responsibility for three legislative assembly in the city of Ajmer.

Arvind Yadav, a former chairman of Haryana, has been given responsibility for five legislative assembly in Ajmer Rural. JL Sharma, the state vice president of Haryana, has been given responsibility for five legislative assemblies in Nagaur City. Laxman Yadav, a Haryana MLA, has been given responsibility for five legislative assembly in Nagaur Rural.

Ramesh Bidhuri, a member of Parliament from Delhi, has been given responsibility for four legislative assembly in Tonk. Subhash Barala, a former state president, has been given responsibility for seven legislative assemblies in Bhilwara.

While this is going on, eight districts make up the Jodhpur Zone, which is under the supervision of Jagbir Dhaba.

Pravesh Sahib Singh Varma, a Jodhpur Rural (South) MLA, has been given responsibility for four legislative assemblies, while Rajiv Babbar has been given responsibility for six.

Three legislative assemblies have been delegated to Satish Upadhyay in Sirohi, while five legislative assemblies have been delegated to Ajay Mahawar in Jalore.

A member of parliament named Sangam Lal Gupta is in charge of Balotra, which has three assembly seats.

Moreover, Pawan Rana, State General Secretary, Delhi, has been charged with overseeing the Udaipur Zone. There are 7 districts in it. Deepti Rawat, National General Secretary of Mahila Morcha, has been given responsibility for two legislative assemblies in Udaipur City.

Arjun Singh Chauhan, a Gujarat MLA, has been given responsibility for six legislative assembly in Udaipur Rural. Former minister and political secretary to the chief minister Krishna Vedi has been given responsibility for Dungarpur’s four legislative assembly.

Praveen Mali, a Gujarat MLA, has been given responsibility for four legislative assembly in Banswara. Mukesh Patel, a Gujarat MLA, has been given responsibility for four legislative assembly in Rajsamand.
Charge of Chittorgarh’s four legislative assemblies has been given to Vikram Thakur, a Himachal Pradesh MLA. Yuvaraj has been given responsibility for four of Pratapgarh’s legislative assembly.

Trilok Jamwal, an MLA from Himachal Pradesh, has also been given responsibility for the Kota Zone, which consists of five districts. Sanjay Tandon, a former state president from Chandigarh, has been given responsibility for four legislative assemblies in Kota City.

Satpal Sati has been given responsibility for two legislative assemblies in Kota Rural, while Hansraj, a Himachal Pradesh MLA, has been given responsibility for three legislative assemblies in Bundi. Four of Baran’s legislative assembly have been given to Kuldeep Kumar, State President of Uttarakhand.

Former MP Suresh Chandel of Himachal Pradesh has been tasked with overseeing four legislative assemblies in Jhalawar.

Each in-charge will be in charge of a certain zone and monitor it while attempting to improve the party’s reputation in those areas. In the approaching elections, the BJP wants to guarantee a significant and tactical presence in Rajasthan.

Elections for the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly of 2023 are anticipated to take place in or before December of this year.

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