As the elections in Rajasthan are close, the disappearance between the chief minister of Rajasthan Vasundhara Raje Scindia and the president of the BJP Amit Shah seems to have no closure. She wants to support a large number of seated MLAs, which are known to be from her camp. However, the Shah has a special list of candidates prepared based on feedback from party workers through an exercise involving the inclusion of central leaders from the state. In addition, Shah's leadership is overwhelmingly numerous leaders in Rajevo camp.
While Raje is a BJP's face in Rajasthan, the majority of the party's political party and the mobilization of workers are led by Amit Shah, clearly showing the disagreement between them. For the Chief Minister, it is known that a close commissioner is a veteran of BJP L. K. Advani, who had a long-term burden with the central leadership of the BJP led by Amit Shah and Narendra Modi. In fact, Advani also had a tif with the High Command of the BJP because of the appointment of the new president of the state of BJP after resigning Ashok Parnami in April.
In the meantime, BJP President Amit Shah holds meetings without CM Vasundhara Raje, which rarely works in other countries that are related to the survey. This is in complete contrast with the engagement of the BJP president in the other two main states engaged in the survey – Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh – in which ministers Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Raman Singh joined him during his campaign.
Strangers insiders say that he offered to follow Shah when he was in the country for meetings. "This offer has been rejected," Shah said she should focus on her Iatre, "the BJP leader said, adding that the party's events were designed in a way that the two of them did not cross each other in any region.
Obviously, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was upset with current judges and decided to intervene and bring Shah and Raje to the center. "Fashion will listen to both parties and make a decision. Even Rajee felt that he would have better feedback on candidates," the party's source said.