Like BJP, will Congress also give a chance to Brahmin face?


bjp has revealed its cards by announcing the name of the candidate for jabalpur Lok Sabha seat of Madhya Pradesh. However, congress is still silent in this matter. bjp has made the party's Brahmin data-face and youth leader ashish Dubey its candidate. Now speculations are being made that congress may also field a Brahmin candidate from jabalpur seat. bjp has made a completely new data-face ashish Dubey its candidate, who is going to contest the first election of his political career.

Before discussing the congress contenders for the jabalpur Lok Sabha seat, let us know what has been the political background and career of the leader on whom bjp has placed its bet. ashish Dubey, bjp candidate from jabalpur Lok Sabha seat, had entered active politics as a common worker since 1990. In the year 2000, he was made the district minister of Bharatiya Janata yuva Morcha and the district President from 2007 to 2010. He was made the district President of jabalpur of bharatiya janata party (two organizational terms) from 2010 to 2015. He was State Working Committee member (Bharatiya Janata Party) from 2016 to 2021. After this, he was given the responsibility of State minister of bharatiya janata party from the year 2021. ashish Dubey's father Ambikeshwar Dubey has contested the election of Mayor of jabalpur, although he had to data-face defeat during that time.

congress can make him a candidate

In fact, after rakesh singh, a four-time mp from jabalpur seat, won the assembly elections, the party has fielded a new data-face here after two decades. In order to please the Brahmin class, bjp has tried to gain psychological edge over congress by giving ticket to ashish Dubey. Now there is discussion that congress may also field a Brahmin candidate against him. In this context, the two biggest names coming forward are former Finance minister Tarun Bhanot and rajya sabha mp vivek Tankha. However, vivek Tankha had to data-face defeat against rakesh singh twice (2014 and 2019).

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