An­other front on the cards in Ra­jasthan

Hindustan Times (Lucknow) - - Nation -

JAIPUR : In the election sea­son all lead­ers are out to try their luck. Apart from the two main par­ties, the BJP and Congress, lead­ers of smaller par­ties are try­ing to have some im­pact in the state’s elec­toral pol­i­tics. In­de­pen­dent MLA and Jat leader Hanu­man Beni­wal on Satur­day said that he was in touch with lead­ers from Left par­ties and for­mer BJP MLA Ghan­shyam Ti­wari, who has launched his own party, to launch a third front against the two main po­lit­i­cal par­ties in the state. They are also not rul­ing join­ing hands with the Bahu­jan Sa­maj Party (BSP) which got about five per­cent vote share in 2013 polls. Chan­draraj Singhvi, known for party hop­ping, believes that he could be a pos­si­ble chief min­is­te­rial can­di­date as the Congress and the BJP will not get ma­jor­ity in the forth­com­ing polls. Singhvi be­gan his po­lit­i­cal ca­reer with the Swatantra party in 1964, then went on to join the Congress, then BJP, the BSP, JD(U).

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