These Veteran Leaders Will Not Seen in Lok Sabha Election 2019
With the announcement of the Lok Sabha elections 2019, the politics in the country is on the ropes. There are different colors of the country’s politics now between the changing weather and Holi colors. Somehow, the rival opponents are getting throat, so no one is generating free liberality too. The pull of the coalition is also taking new shape everyday. Junk and tie-in with the ticket is also very strong.
Among them, many veteran leaders have made the distance from this Lok Sabha election. Someone has given birth to this because someone has given health reasons. It is a discussion that some veteran politicians have been afraid of losing in the rapidly changing electoral equations. Let’s know,
Which of these are the veteran leaders who will not be seen in the Lok Sabha elections in 2019.
Ram Vilas Paswan
National President of Lok Janshakti Party and Bihar’s veteran leader Ram Vilas Paswan will not contest the Lok Sabha elections this time. LJP leader and his son Chirag Paswan has announced that they will not contest elections. His brother Pashupati Kumar Paras will contest from Hajipur, the parliamentary seat of Ram Vilas Paswan. Pashupati Kumar Paras is currently a minister in Bihar Government Ram Vilas Paswan can go to Parliament through Rajya Sabha.
BJP veteran and Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj will not contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections due to poor health. He is the Leader of the Opposition in Parliament in 2009 and the first woman Chief Minister of Delhi in 1998. She is the first and only female member of the Indian Parliament, who has been awarded the Outstanding Permanimantarian Award. The decision will be taken by the BJP from Delhi, who will be the successor of Sushma Swaraj, MP from Vidisha Lok Sabha constituency of Madhya Pradesh. Former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan or his wife Sadhna Singh is speculated to be made a candidate from Vidisha. Vidisha is a very important seat for the BJP due to the seat of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Union Minister Uma Bharti, the veteran BJP MP and current government, announced on March 16, 2019 that she will not contest the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. Uma Bharti tweeted that she has written to party president Amit Shah that she will not contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. In the next tweet, he said that he wants to spend the next one and a half year on the banks of the river Ganga. At the same time, he said that whatever responsibility the party will give, he is ready to handle it. He is currently MP from Jhansi.
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) President Sharad Pawar has announced that he will not contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections on March 11, 2019. Sharad was once in Congress. On the issue of Sonia Gandhi’s foreign origin, she formed her own separate party in Maharashtra. He has also been the Chief Minister of Maharashtra three times. She is currently a Rajya Sabha MP. He did not contest Lok Sabha elections in 2014. At that time he had said, “I have decided to stop the process of contesting elections. This will give me the opportunity to give maximum time to the party’s functioning. I am not against going to the Rajya Sabha. “
Hd Deve Gowda
Former Prime Minister and Janata Dal Secular (JDS) founder HD Deve Gowda is a sitting MP from Hassal Lok Sabha seat of Karnataka. This seat is located in the southern part of Karnataka. After JDS and Congress alliance in Karnataka, this seat is in JDS account. However, Devgowda has refused to contest the Lok Sabha elections this time. From this seat, his grandson, Prajwal Ravanna will contest the Lok Sabha elections.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener Arvind Kejriwal is currently the Chief Minister of Delhi. For the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, he is constantly trying for coalition alliance with Congress. Arvind Kejriwal contested from Varanasi, challenging Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the 2014 Lok Sabha election. However, he was at number two. This time Arvind Kejriwal has made it clear that he is not going to contest Lok Sabha elections from Varanasi.