Lok Sabha Polls 2019: BJP names Anurag Thakur from Hamirpur in its 4th list of 48 Candidates

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Gearing up for the General Elections 2019, the Bhartiya Janta Party on Saturday released another list of 38 Candidates in addition to 231 Candidates released by the party in its initial three lists. The party named 2 each from Goa and Karnataka, 15 each from Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat, 4 from Himachal Pradesh and 10 from Jharkhand.

Briefing the media while announcing candidates, Union Minister JP Nadda said that party will support Sumalatha as the independent candidate from Mandya (Karnataka).

The Chief Election Committee that met under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has further finalized names of:

Goa

  1. Shripad Yesso Naik from Goa North
  2. Narendra Keshav Sawaikar from Goa South

Madhya Pradesh

  1. Narendra Singh Tomar from Morena
  2. Sandhya Rai from Bhind
  3. Virendra Kumar Khateek from Tikamgarh
  4. Prahlad Patel from Damoh
  5. Ganesh Singh from Satna
  6. Janardhan Mishra from Rewa
  7. Riti Pathak from Sidhi
  8. Himadri Singh from Shahdol
  9. Rakesh Singh from Jabalpur
  10. Faggan Singh Kulaste from Mandla
  11. Rao Udai Pratap Singh from Hoshangabad
  12. Anil Firojiya from Ujjain
  13. Sudhir Gupta from Mandsour
  14. Nand Kumar Singh Chouhan from Khandwa
  15. Durgadas Uike from  Betul ST

Jharkhand

  1. Hemala Murmu from Rajmahal ST
  2. Sunil Soren from Dumka ST
  3. Nishikant Dubey from Godda
  4. Pashupati Nath Singh from
  5. Vidyut Varan Mahato from Jamshedpur
  6. Laxman Giluva from Singhbhum ST
  7. Arjun Munda from Khunti ST
  8. Sudarshan Bhagat from Lohardaga ST
  9. Vishnu Dayal Ram from Palamau
  10. Jayant Sinha from Hazaribagh

Gujarat

  1. Vinod Bhai Chavda from Kachchh ST
  2. Dipsinh Radhod from Sabarkantha
  3. Kirit Bhai Solanki from Ahmedabad West Reserved
  4. Mahendra Bhai Munjpara from Surendranagar
  5. Mohan Bhai Kundariya from Rajkot
  6. Punamben Madam from Jamnagar
  7. Naran Bhai Kcchadia from Amreli
  8. Bharati Ben Shiyal from Bhavnagar
  9. Devusinh Chauhan from Kheda
  10. Jashvant Sinh Bhabhor from Dahod ST
  11. Rajan Ben Bhatt from Vadodara
  12. Mansukh Bhai Vasava from Bharuch
  13. Prabhu Bhai Vasava from Bardoli ST
  14. CR Patil from Navasari
  15. KC Patel from Valsad

Himachal Pradesh

  1. Kishan Kapoor from Kangra
  2. Ramswaroop Sharma from Mandi
  3. Anurag Thakur from Hamirpur
  4. Suresh Kashyap from Shimla SC

Karnataka

  1. Sumalatha (Independent Supported by BJP) from Mandya
  2. S Muniswamy from Kolar SC

Bhartiya Janta Party earlier in its first list of 184 Candidates announced Prime Minister Narendra Modi contesting from Varanasi, BJP President Amit Shah from Gandhi Nagar. While party in its other lists declared BJP Spokesperson Sambit Patra from Puri, Odisha.

READ: Check out Full List of BJP Candidates for the Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Election Commission had on March 10 declared schedule for General Elections 2019. Lok Sabha Polls are slated for April-May this year that would spread on Seven Phases starting from April 11 to May 19. Counting of Votes and Results for the mega Battle of ballots will be announced on May 23 four days after the 7th phase of voting.

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