In the run up to the October Assembly elections in Gurgaon, there is a great chance that all the political parties would field in new faces for the prestigious seat. Those candidates who fought during the 2009 elections is expected to be a passe.
and Congress are the two main parties during the assembly polls in
Gurgaon. During the last assembly elections from Gurgaon, it was
Congress' Dharambir Gaba who contested from the millennium city, but
this time around one may see Ram Dharampal as their candidate, or may
be even his son.
as far as BJP goes, the competition seems to be tight with a number
of candidates on the fray. Out of the three, Haryana
GL Sharma, state BJP media in-charge Umesh Aggarwal, and former
minister Rao Narbir Singh, one will get a chance to fight the seat.
And on all probability, it is Sharma, who is going to get the final
nod from the party.
from the above mentioned parties, Indian National Lok Dal will also
file their candidate. Former MLA and deputy speaker of Haryana,
Gopichand Gehlot might fight during the elections. During the 2009
elections, it was Mani Ram Sharma who fought from the INLD ticket.
ticket is not finalized yet, but the party high command will decide
based on a candidate's popularity and his chances of winning,"
an INLD leader said, reported The Times of India.
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