Former Gujarat Deputy CM Nitin Patel Withdraws from Mehsana Seat Race

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Former Gujarat Deputy CM Nitin Patel Withdraws from Mehsana Seat Race

| Updated: March 3, 2024 17:30

Former Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister, Nitin Patel, has decided to step back from the competition for the Mehsana seat, a constituency for which the BJP is yet to announce its candidates.

Nitin Patel, who held the position of Deputy Chief Minister from August 2016 to September 2021, made his decision public through a social media post. He stated, “Candidates for 15 Lok Sabha seats of the state were declared yesterday (Saturday) and the process of selection of a Mehsana Lok Sabha candidate is still going on.”

Translated Version Of Former Gujarat Deputy CM Nitin Patel’s Post :

Expressing confidence in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership, Patel hinted at his support for securing a third term.

This announcement from Patel follows the release of BJP’s initial list of Lok Sabha election candidates, which showcased significant changes, including the replacement of 33 sitting MPs with fresh faces. The list, comprising 95 names, includes 34 central ministers and two former Chief Ministers across various states like Assam, Chattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Tripura, and West Bengal. In Gujarat, the BJP’s decision led to the replacement of five sitting MPs.

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