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BJP appoints Shivraj Chauhan and Himanta Biswa Sarma to lead Jharkhand Assembly Election Campaign

BJP National President JP Nadda has announced key appointments in preparation for the upcoming assembly elections in several states, including Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Haryana, and Jammu and Kashmir. In Jharkhand, Union Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has been named the state election in-charge. Assisting him will be Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, who has been appointed as the state election co-in-charge. 

Strategic Moves for Jharkhand Elections

The BJP is intensifying its efforts to secure a victory in the upcoming Jharkhand assembly elections, slated to take place later this year. This strategic move comes in the wake of the recent Lok Sabha elections where the BJP aimed to secure all 14 seats in Jharkhand but managed to win only nine, a decrease of three seats compared to 2019. Additionally, the NDA alliance lost five seats reserved for Scheduled Tribes (ST).

In response to these setbacks, the BJP has deployed two prominent leaders to oversee the Jharkhand election campaign. Shivraj Singh Chauhan, with his extensive experience as the former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and current Union Minister, is expected to bring valuable insights and leadership. Himanta Biswa Sarma, a significant political figure as the Chief Minister of Assam, is also anticipated to play a crucial role in the campaign.

The BJP hopes that the combined expertise of Chauhan and Sarma will be instrumental in overcoming the ruling coalition of JMM, Congress, and RJD. Drawing parallels to their success in 2014, the party is optimistic about reclaiming power in Jharkhand through a focused and strategic election campaign.

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