Rajasthan BJP on Saturday started its process to collect feedback for candidates who are seeking tickets for Lok Sabha polls.
Party’s state president Ashok Parnami, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, senior leader Kaptan Singh Solanki and others discussed with party workers and took feedback about those seeking tickets for the elections, Rural Development and Panchayti Raj minister Gulab Chand Kataria told reporters at the party headquarters here.
“Such feedback helps the party to choose right candidate and it also encourages party workers. We can not ignore opinion of ground level worker and this exercise will help us selecting a winnable candidate,” he said.
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Health Minister Rajendra Rathore said the party was working as per internal democracy to select candidates.
Party workers from five parliamentary Constituencies of Jaipur Rural, Bikaner, Sriganganagar, Sikar and Churu were discussed and consulted by the senior leaders, he said.
The feedback meetings will continue till March 1 in which party’s office bearers and leaders from district, frontal organisation, MLAs and other local level leaders will share their opinion for the candidates selection, Rathore said.