Gandhinagar: Big news has come out regarding the election of 3 Rajya Sabha seats in Gujarat. There will be no election for 3 Rajya Sabha seats in Gujarat. Congress will not field a candidate in the Rajya Sabha elections. Due to lack of sufficient strength, the Congress will not field a candidate. If Congress does not file nomination, she can be elected unopposed. In this way, once again BJP can get all the three seats.
Rajya Sabha elections on 10 Rajya Sabha seats in Bengal, Gujarat and Goa on July 24
Elections for 10 Rajya Sabha seats will be held on July 24. This includes 6 seats in West Bengal, 3 in Gujarat and 1 in Goa. The tenure of Dolla Sen, Derek O’Brien, Pradeep Bhattacharya, Sushmita Dev, Sukhendu Shekhar Ray and Shanta Chhetri in West Bengal will end on August 18. Apart from this, the tenure of Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, Dinesh Anavadia and Jugalji Thakor in Gujarat is also ending on 18 August. Vinay Tendulkar’s tenure in Goa ends on July 28.
Complete schedule of Rajya Sabha elections
The notification for the election has been issued on 6th July. The last date for nomination is July 13 and the last date for withdrawal of candidature is July 17. Voting and counting will take place on July 24.
Elections will be held for 3 Rajya Sabha seats in Gujarat
The Central Election Commission has announced the dates. Elections will be held on 10 seats in the country including 3 in Gujarat. The term of Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, MP Jugalji Thakor and Dinesh Anavadia is coming to an end in Gujarat. The Central Election Commission has announced the schedule for the Rajya Sabha elections. The election schedule has been announced for 1 seat in Goa, 3 in Gujarat and 6 in West Bengal. In Gujarat, Dinesh Anavadia, Jugalji Thakor and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar are completing their term on 18 August.
Total 11 Rajya Sabha seats in Gujarat
There are a total of 11 Rajya Sabha seats in Gujarat. Out of which eight seats are occupied by BJP and three seats by Congress. The tenure of three members, including External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, a Rajya Sabha member from Gujarat, ends in August. Politics has started heating up in Gujarat regarding the Rajya Sabha elections. Now the discussion is about which of the three vacant seats in the state will be repeated this time and who will be sent out. There is every possibility that Foreign Minister S Jaishankar will be sent to Rajya Sabha again from Gujarat.
S Jaishankar will be sent to Rajya Sabha again
Elections will be held for three Rajya Sabha seats. This will be completely captured by the BJP. Because in the weak position of Congress in the assembly, BJP’s victory is certain once again on all the three seats. In such a situation, there is a discussion that the party will send Foreign Minister S Jaishankar to the Rajya Sabha again.