Another front on the cards in Rajasthan
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).