Haryana BJP Leaders Join Election Campaign in Rajasthan as Poll Fever Rises
As Rajasthan gears up for its upcoming polls on November 25, neighboring Haryana is also witnessing heightened political activity. Major political parties have begun sending their members to Rajasthan for special assignments, intensifying the election fever in the region.
Haryana shares borders with Rajasthan in areas like Sirsa, Mahendragarh, and Mewat, fostering close relations between residents of both states. The BJP, in coalition with the JJP in Haryana, has mobilized a significant contingent of MPs, former ministers, MLAs, heads of frontal organizations, and district leaders from Haryana to manage various aspects of the election in Rajasthan.
Key figures such as Haryana BJP Chief Om Prakash Dhankar have been actively involved in Rajasthan, with several party MPs and state leaders camping in the neighboring state. Notable personalities including Nayab Singh Saini, Sanjay Bhatia, Krishan Lal Pawar, former MP Santosh Yadav, and former ministers Ram Bilas Sharma, Capt Abhimanyu, Karan Dev Kamboj, and Krishan Bedi are among those currently stationed in Rajasthan. Additionally, MLAs Aseem Goyal, Mahipal Dhanda, and Satya Praksash Jarawata are lending their support to the party’s efforts in Rajasthan.
Apart from these prominent leaders, around 60 office bearers and district executives from Haryana are actively involved in election-related duties in Rajasthan. BJP officials emphasize the importance of teamwork and commitment to the party’s cause. They highlight the crucial role played by “panna pramukhs” who are motivating booth-level workers in Rajasthan, utilizing their expertise in campaigning and election management.
In summary, as Rajasthan braces for its election, the participation of Haryana BJP leaders underscores the significance of cross-border political collaboration and the concerted efforts towards electoral success.