Rajasthan BJP: Old colleagues will return to Party, state leadership talks to national leaders: Rajasthan Politics. During the assembly elections in Rajasthan, about two and a half years ago, those who left the BJP will return to the party again. The state leadership of BJP has discussed with the national leadership about the return of old colleagues. BJP’s national co-organization General Secretary V. Satish agrees on the return of old colleagues.
According to the information, senior leader Ghanshyam Tiwari, former MP Manvendra Singh, along with former ministers Surendra Goel and Usha Poonia will also return to the party due to their displeasure with former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. Tiwari and Manvendra Singh are considered to be staunch opponents of Vasundhara Raje.
But the leaders of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Vasundhara Raje’s faction want to bring back Tiwari and Manvendra Singh to the BJP. These include Rajasthan BJP State President Satish Poonia, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Gulab Chand Kataria, and Deputy Leader Rajendra Rathore.
These three leaders have almost prepared the national leadership for the return of the two leaders. Apart from these, efforts have also been intensified on the return of former ministers Surendra Goyal and Usha Poonia to the BJP. Goyal and Poonia are considered close to Vasundhara Raje. The two had met Vasundhara Raje recently.
According to sources, Vasundhara Raje has discussed the withdrawal of Goel and Poonia from the national leadership. Goyal and Poonia joined the Congress after being angered by not getting tickets in the assembly elections-2018. But now his meeting with Vasundhara Raje is considered very important. There are speculations that the four leaders may return home soon.
Police arrested 27 thousand 265 people in five months for breach of peace under the Rajasthan Epidemic Ordinance applicable for the prevention of the corona epidemic. These people were arrested under the provisions of the Indian Penal Code.
The police have arrested 232 people for 219 cases registered on charges of misuse of social media. At the same time, under the Motor Vehicle Act, 9 lakh 55 thousand 313 vehicles have been challaned. Over 10 crore 12 lakh fine was recovered from the challan.