On Sunday, the BJP declared their Rajya Sabha candidates from Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and West Bengal. The Rajya Sabha election will take held on February 27. Former Congress politician RPN Singh, who left the party in 2022, has received a nomination from Uttar Pradesh.
Sushil Kumar Modi’s name is missing from the list but he posted on X that there are very few workers in the country who have been sent to all four houses in the country continuously for 33 years. “I will always be grateful to the party and will work as before,” Sushil Kumar Modi said congratulating Bhim Singh and Dharmsheela Gupta for the nomination from Bihar.
देश में बहुत कम कार्यकर्ता होंगे जिनको पार्टी ने ३३ वर्ष तक लगातार देश के चारों सदनों में भेजने का काम किया हो ।मैं पार्टी का सदैव आभारी रहूँगा और पहले के समान कार्य करता रहूँगा ।@News18Bihar @News18Jharkhand @ANI— Sushil Kumar Modi (@SushilModi) February 11, 2024
Here’s the whole list
Bihar: Dr Dharmsheela Gupta, Dr. Bhim Singh
Chhattisgarh: Raja Devendra Pratap Singh
Haryana: Subhash Barala.
Karnataka: Narayana Krishanasa Bhandage.
Uttar Pradesh: Sudhanshu Trivedi, RPN Singh, Chaudhary Tejveer Singh, Sadhna Singh, Amarpal Maurya, Sangita Balwant, and Navin Jain
Uttarakhand: Mahendra Bhatt
West Bengal: Samik Bhattacharya
None of the Union ministers whose mandates are coming to an end were listed on the list, implying that they might run in the Lok Sabha election. However, the party has yet to announce many candidates.
Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar, who represents Karnataka in the Rajya Sabha, and BJP top spokesman and media director Anil Baluni, the departing MP from Uttarakhand, were not nominated.
The Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Sunday revealed the names of journalists Sagarika Ghose, party leader Sushmita Dev and two others for the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls from the state.
Stay Update with FELA News!