Congress releases 4th list of 56 candidates for Rajasthan polls, Gourav Vallabh fielded from Udaipur | India News

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Tuesday launched a fourth record of candidates for the Rajasthan meeting elections, naming 56 leaders together with nationwide spokesperson Gourav Vallabh from Udaipur and Manvendra Singh, son of the late BJP stalwart Jaswant Singh, from Siwana.
The Congress has to date introduced 151 candidates for the November 25 polls within the desert state, the place the celebration seeks to buck the development of incumbent governments being voted out.
At a gathering of the celebration’s Central Election Committee earlier within the night, the Congress additionally mentioned the names of possible candidates for the Rajasthan meeting.
Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge, former celebration chief Sonia Gandhi, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, All India Congress Committee (AICC) in-charge of the state Sukhjinder Randhawa and the celebration’s state unit chief Govind Dotasra attended the assembly.
AICC normal secretary (organisation) Okay C Venugopal and Rajasthan screening committee chief Gaurav Gogoi, moreover members of the CEC had been amongst others who attended the Central Election Committee (CEC) assembly.
The Congress had on Thursday launched its third record of 19 candidates for the polls. The primary record of candidates for Rajasthan had 43 candidates and the second has 33.
The 200-member Rajasthan Meeting will go to polls on November 25 and the counting of votes will likely be taken up on December 3.

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