Rajya Sabha Election The tussle between the Congress and the BJP over the Rajya Sabha elections continues. Fear of cross-voting in Rajya Sabha elections is further troubling the Congress party. In Rajya Sabha elections in Haryana and Rajasthan, more candidates are trying their luck than the allotted seats. In Rajasthan, the BJP has created a new problem for the Congress party by supporting an independent candidate. Due to this, the chances of theft to win Rajya Sabha seats in Rajasthan have also increased considerably and the Congress party has started resorting to tactical politics to avoid cross-voting. According to sources, the Congress party has asked its MLAs to reach the resorts of Adepur and Jaisalmer safely to avoid division.
This is the practice of Rajya Sabha in Rajasthan.
Zee Group owner Subhash Chandra is contesting from Rajasthan as an independent candidate for the fourth Rajya Sabha seat and has the support of the BJP. In fact, the Congress does not want to leave any stone unturned in winning 3 Rajya Sabha seats. The Congress has asked its MLA from Rajasthan to visit the Aravali resort in Adepur. At the same time, it is reported that the MLA may be taken to Adepur resort after the ongoing training camp of Congress at Clark Hotel, Jaipur. According to sources, the Congress party has also booked 40 rooms in Jaisalmer’s Suryagarh.
In Haryana, Congress called all MLAs to Delhi.
There is also fierce competition for the Haryana Rajya Sabha elections. In Haryana
Karthikeya Sharma has decided to contest Rajya Sabha elections as an independent candidate. The BJP and its ally JJP have announced their support for Karthikeya Sharma, which has raised tensions in the Congress.
In view of the threat of cross-voting, all the Congress MLAs have been summoned to Delhi and preparations are being made to send them to Rajasthan from there. A meeting with all the Congress MLAs of Haryana is likely to be held on Thursday with National General Secretary KC Venugopal, Bhupinder Singh Hooda and Vivek Bansal.
Congress tensions rise in Haryana
Adampur MLA Kuldeep Bishnoi, who has been angry with the party for some time, has also been called for a meeting in Delhi. Besides, Congress MLA Kuldeep Sharma is also angry and is not attending party meetings. It is noteworthy that the maths of the Congress has deteriorated after Kartikya, the son of former Union Minister and former Congress leader Vinod Sharma, came to the fore with the support of Azad.
Congress MLA Kuldeep Sharma is Karthik Sharma’s father-in-law, so his father-in-law Kuldeep Sharma can also support him by contesting Rajya Sabha elections as an independent. That is why Kuldeep Bishnoi and Kuldeep Sharma are busy celebrating the party. Elections are to be held for two Rajya Sabha seats in Haryana and three candidates are in the fray.