Rajasthan leader urges Amit Shah for Vasundhara Raje to be replaced!!
Just as Rajasthan is bracing for state election, the ruling BJP’s Kota district OBC leader Ashok Choudhary has made a major demand to the party chief Amit Shah.
Choudhary is said to have written to Shah seeking replacement for Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and state party chief Ashok Parnami ahead of the state Assembly polls due this year.
The rift in the BJP state unit may have widened after the ruling party lost two Lok Sabha seats and one Assembly seat in the recently held bypolls in Rajasthan.
BJP leader Choudhary wrote to Shah in his party letterhead, saying, “The people of the state are not happy with Chief Minister Vasundhra Raje’s style of functioning. The party workers are losing confidence due to her working style.”
The ground-level party workers like him were well that the bypoll results would not go in the saffron party’s favour, Choudhary added.
Kota is known as a BJP bastion. The saffron party had lost in only one of the 17 seats in the district in the 2013 state Assembly polls.>