Loksabha Election 2019: First time in the Modi wave, the crisis on the ticket of 14 MPs
The BJP, which is preparing for the LokSabha election 2019, is preparing to cut the ticket for many of its winning MPs. On the lines of the assembly elections, the party has also prepared a report on the performance of the MPs for the forthcoming elections. For the first time in the report prepared on the directions of National President Amit Shah, the performance of MPs has been underestimated. According to party sources, tickets of such MPs can be in crisis in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections.
The party has raised feedback on the functioning of all the MPs of the state. It has been assessed the functioning of MPs at several points. From the presence of MPs in the field of Parliament, their performance has also been included. About 14 MPs elected for the first time in the state’s election in the state failed. Some of these have become legislators lately and the tickets for the rest are in danger.
Loksabha Election 2019 BJP can join hands with these MPs
According to the report, the MPs who are facing the ticket are Bhagirath Prasad from Bhind, Laxminarayan Yadav from Sagar, Sudhir Gupta from Mandsaur, Alok Sanjar from Bhopal, Roadmal Nagar from Rajgarh, Uday Pratap Singh, who was elected from Hoshangabad for the first time, Rana from Janardhan Mishra, Sidhi to Riti Pathak, Ujjain to Chintamani Malviya, Dhar from Savitri Thakur, Murray to Anoop Mishra, Khargone to Subhash Patel. Yes Nagendra Singh from Khajuraho and Manohar Utonwal from Shajapur have now become MLAs, but their work as a Member of Parliament is not well suited to the party’s expectations.
Feedback of the union after three reports
The party has prepared reports at three different levels. A report has been made by the state BJP. The people of the National Committee of the second report, Amit Shah, have prepared a dialogue with people in different parts of the Lok Sabha constituency. The third report has been prepared from an independent agency. Party sources say that after the three reports, the RSS is also gathering feedback with the workers. Party sources say some of these MPs can get tickets. In the Assembly elections, the party also had tickets for nearly 60 MLAs with a poor performance. Only where the caste crisis will come, the MPs can get relief.
Anger may be overwhelming
Most workers from the first time elected MPs are angry. The reason for this is that MPs did not meet the workers nor did they join the party’s programs. Factors of pulling up with local MLAs and organizations on every seat have also come in front of the party.
Lack of publicity in central schemes
The party has also been weakened by the promotion of central schemes in the area of poor performing MPs. In spite of the party’s program to reach again to the beneficiaries, MPs have not been able to make people aware of the achievements of the Modi government
Central Committee Select Candidates
According to BJP’s in-charge and national vice president, Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, the BJP’s Central Election Committee will discuss the entire political situation by giving tickets to the most suitable candidate. In particular, those who will lead Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s philanthropic plans to their homes. The party periodically studies the political situation, on which basis the decision is taken.