Former PM's seat where bjp changes candidates every time…

BJP has released a new list of candidates for the lok sabha elections. In this list, names of candidates have been announced for seven seats in UP. After this list came out, Ballia's seat which is under the influence of former prime minister Chandrashekhar has come into the limelight. bjp has been changing its candidates from this seat every time. This time also bjp has canceled the ticket of mp Virendra Singh Mast from this seat. bjp has made former PM Chandrashekhar's son Neeraj Shekhar its candidate for the Ballia seat in UP. His family is considered to have a lot of influence on this seat. bjp has been changing its candidates from Ballia every time. This time too, bjp, maintaining this tradition, has fielded Neeraj Shekhar by canceling the ticket of Virendra Singh Mast.

BJP changed candidates every time

So far, the bjp has been able to win the Ballia lok sabha seat only twice. Whereas before the year 2014, bjp candidate ram krishna alias Gopal stood second in the elections of 1998 and 1999. In the year 2009, the bjp had given a ticket to Manoj Kumar Sinha in Ballia, but due to this bjp had to face defeat in the elections.

In the 2014 lok sabha elections, bjp changed its candidate and fielded Bharat Singh in place of Manoj Sinha. For the first time in the Modi wave, Bharat Singh managed to win from the Ballia seat. But, in the last five years, resentment against him increased among the people, the complaint of which reached the high command.

Seeing the increasing dissatisfaction regarding Bharat Singh in the 2019 elections, the bjp again changed the candidate and gave the ticket to Virendra Singh Mast. bjp benefited from the Modi wave in this election and Virendra Singh Mast won the election. He was recognized as a public leader. But, this time his ticket has also been cut. In the 2024 elections, bjp has again changed its candidate from Ballia's seat and has made Neeraj Shekhar its candidate. Neeraj Shekhar has been an mp on SP ticket in the by-elections of 2008 and 2009. Before this, his father and former prime minister Chandrashekhar was an mp from Janata Dal in 1989 and continuously from the Samajwadi party from 1991 to 2004.

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