In a strategic move to secure a victory in the upcoming Chhattisgarh assembly elections, the Congress party has released its second list of 53 candidates.
The inclusion of these candidates brings the total number of candidates declared by the party to 83 out of the total 90 seats in Chhattisgarh.
With a well-calculated selection process, the Congress aims to maximize its chances of forming the government under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel.
Congress Releases Second List Of 53 Candidates
The release of the second list of candidates by the Congress highlights its determination to leave no stone unturned in the battle for power in Chhattisgarh.
This list includes prominent names, such as Motilal Vora’s son Arun Vora, who will contest from Durg City. Motilal Vora himself has previously served as the Chief Minister of united Madhya Pradesh, bringing a wealth of experience and political acumen to the table.
By declaring 83 candidates out of 90, the Congress party has demonstrated a strong sense of purpose and confidence.
This move not only showcases the party’s preparedness for the upcoming elections but also sends a clear message to the voters that the Congress is committed to providing capable leadership and representation in every constituency of Chhattisgarh.
Key Candidates in the Second List
Several key candidates have been fielded by the Congress in its second list for the assembly elections in Chhattisgarh.
These candidates have been carefully chosen considering their experience, popularity, and ability to connect with the electorate. A few noteworthy names in the list include:
- Arun Vora: Son of veteran politician Motilal Vora, Arun Vora has been renominated from Durg City. His family’s political legacy and his own experience in public service make him a strong contender for the seat.
- Vikas Upadhyay: The party has fielded sitting MLA Vikas Upadhyay from the Raipur City West assembly seat. With his prior legislative experience and rapport with the voters, Upadhyay is expected to put up a tough fight.
- Pankaj Sharma: Pankaj Sharma has been nominated to contest from Raipur Rural. Known for his dedication and commitment to serving the people, Sharma enjoys considerable support in his constituency.
- Mahant Ram Sundar Das: The Congress has entrusted Mahant Ram Sundar Das with the responsibility of representing the Raipur City South constituency. The party believes that Das’s spiritual background combined with his understanding of governance will resonate with the voters.
- Jitin Jaiswal: The party has chosen Jitin Jaiswal as its candidate from Jagdalpur. With a focus on youth-centric policies and development, Jaiswal aims to bring a fresh perspective to the table.
- Shailesh Pandey: Shailesh Pandey has been given the ticket to contest from Bilaspur. Known for his work in grassroots level politics, Pandey possesses an innate understanding of the local issues and concerns.
Two-Phase Elections and Counting of Votes
Elections to the 90-member Chhattisgarh Assembly will take place in two phases on November 7 and 17. The decision to divide the elections into two phases allows for effective management and implementation of the democratic process.
This approach ensures that the interests and concerns of all constituents are addressed adequately.
The counting of votes for the Chhattisgarh Assembly elections, along with four other poll-going states, will take place on December 3. This crucial date will determine the fate of the candidates and pave the way for the formation of the government.
As the Congress unveils its second list of 53 candidates for the Chhattisgarh assembly elections, the party demonstrates its commitment to securing victory and forming the government in the state.
With a blend of experienced leaders and fresh faces, the Congress aims to connect with the diverse electorate of Chhattisgarh.
The upcoming elections will test the popularity and trust garnered by the candidates, paving the way for the future of the state. Stay tuned as the battle for power unfolds in Chhattisgarh!