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Raina suggests his name as potential candidate for LS polls, Amit Shah fumes
3/19/2019 12:24:53 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 18: BJP National President Amit Shah and other central leaders have taken state president Ravinder Raina to task for incorporating his name in the panels of potential candidates for Jammu-Poonch Lok Sabha seat.
Credible sources said that central leadership was shocked to find Raina's name in the panels of Jammu-Poonch seat despite the fact that on Udhampur-Doda seat Ravinder Raina and Ashok Koul had only mentioned name of sitting Lok Sabha member Dr Jitendra Singh.
Credible sources said that on Jammu-Poonch Lok Sabha seat Raina-Koul duo had listed Raina's name on the first place and Jugal Kishore Sharma at the second place. While as on the Udhampur-Doda seat only single name of Dr Jatindra Singh was mentioned.
Sources said that Amit Shah asked Raina if you wanted to repeat sitting MPs why you have listed your name on the top of the panel.
As per reports BJP high command had asked state unit to send panels of potential candidates for the forthcoming Parliamentary elections.
It had been clearly directed to the state unit that panels should not comprise of less than three candidates for each Parliamentary seat but state unit mentioned name of only one candidate on Udhampur seat and two names on Jammu seat.
In 2014 Lok Sabha elections BJP had won both the seats of Jammu province and lone Parliamentary seat of Ladakh. Veteran Ladadkhi leader Thupstang Chhewang who had created history by winning Ladakh seat for BJP in last Parliamentary elections had resigned as MP as well as from the primary membership of the BJP on November 14, 2018 due to 'betrayal' by BJP leadership.
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