‘Those denied tickets to be suitably adjusted’

‘When any party becomes popular, the number of those wanting to become prospective candidates from all the areas also increases. But only one can get the ticket. Not getting ticket does not mean that that the worker has been ignored,’ Rajnath Singh, who arrived here after his candidature was announced from the seat, told newspersons while responding to a question on rebellion in the party over ticket distribution.

‘If BJP forms its government, Modi will be the prime minister, there is no dispute over the issue,’ Singh said in reply to another question. ‘Any candidate gets ticket only after deliberations in the state election committee and central committee... Those of our workers Wwho could not get ticket would be adjusted when the party comes to power,’ he said.

On the relevance of giving ticket to outsiders who have joined the party recently, Singh said, ‘Whether it is the battleground or election fray, we have to go with a strategy... the percentage of outsiders as candidates is very low.’
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