Rajasthan Elections: Friendship between Meghwal and Bhati, will it show results in politics? , rajasthan assembly elections 2023 bjp arjun ram meghwal devi singh bhati friends


Rajasthan Elections: Friendship between Meghwal and Bhati, will it show results in politics?

Arjunram Meghwal and Devi Singh Bhati

To win the political battle of Rajasthan Assembly elections, two veteran leaders of BJP have forgotten the enmity that has been going on for four years and have once again embraced friendship. Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal and senior BJP leader Devi Singh Bhati have forgotten their mutual grudges and joined hands. Meghwal has also announced the entry of Anshuman Singh, grandson of Devi Singh Bhati, into the campaign. How will the equations change on the seats of Bikaner and Sri Ganganagar districts due to the reconciliation between two big leaders of BJP in Rajasthan?

Devi Singh Bhati, considered close to former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, had openly opposed Arjunram Meghwal in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Not only this, he had also said goodbye to BJP, but he returned home just before the assembly elections. In such a situation, the party has fielded Devi Singh Bhati’s grandson Anshuman Singh Bhati as its candidate from Kolayat seat. Even after Bhati entered the party, he did not meet Union Minister Meghwal.

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Competition between Anshuman Singh and Bhanwar Singh Bhati

Late Mahendra Singh Bhati, father of Anshuman Singh Bhati and son of Devi Singh Bhati, was also an MP from Bikaner. Anshuman, who is contesting from Kolayat assembly constituency, is facing competition from Congress MLA Bhanwar Singh Bhati, who has been winning for the last two times. Rewant Ram Panwar, who is contesting elections from RLP after rebelling against Congress, has increased their problems. Revanth Ram belongs to the Dalit community and this community also has a lot of votes in this area, but Kolayat is a general seat.

Arjunram Meghwal- Devi Singh Bhati became friends

Arjunram Meghwal has his own political stature in Bikaner district and BJP politics. In such a situation, Devi Singh Bhati also knows very well that it will not be easy for her grandson to win the assembly elections by keeping enmity with Meghwal. In such a situation, BJP leader Jalam Singh Bhati and businessman Pukhraj Chopra have played an important role in melting the ice in their relationship. Both the leaders had started efforts in this direction two days before Meghwal came to Bikaner.

Arjunram Meghwal’s blessings to Anshuman Singh

Kolayat candidate and Bhati’s grandson Anshuman Singh reached the MP Seva Kendra. He sought blessings from Arjunram Meghwal in the elections. Meghwal also wished him victory and promised full support and guidance. In this way, after talking to Anshuman Bhati for a long time, Meghwal agreed to meet Devsingh Bhati in the hotel. After this, both the leaders met and forgetting their mutual grudges, announced that together they will make BJP win.

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Arjun Ram Meghwal and Devi Singh Bhati together in the election.

Arjunram Meghwal said that the central leadership is all working together with the thought of moving forward along with the present and future. Similarly, Devi Singh Bhati also said that some distance has been created due to misunderstandings earlier. Now both the leaders will work together to strengthen Narendra Modi. Will work to ensure victory of BJP candidates in all seven seats of the district and in the division and state.

Friendship will be beneficial for BJP!

It is believed that with the coming together of Devi Singh Bhati and Meghwal, BJP may benefit from the assembly seats of Bikaner and Sriganganagar districts. Devisingh Bhati is a leader from the Gurjar community while Arjunram Meghwal is a Dalit leader. Both the leaders have a strong hold on their respective communities. BJP can pose a challenge to Congress with the help of its core vote bank as well as the equation of Dalit and Gurjar votes, because factionalism in BJP will also be put to an end.

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