The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had on Saturday released its second list of Lok Sabha candidates from Gujarat, containing 15 candidates – all sitting MPs. In the first list, announced on Thursday, party president Amit Shah’s candidature was announced for the Gandhinagar seat, replacing veteran leader LK Advani, who had held the seat since 1998. Also Read - Bihar Assembly Election 2020 LIVE News And Updates: Don't Lie to Biharis, Rahul Attacks PM Modi; Tejashwi Promises 10 Lakh Govt Jobs in First Cabinet Meet
In the second list, Vinod Chavda has been repeated from the Kutch constituency while Deepsinh Rathod has been continued for the Sabarkantha constituency and Kirit Solanki for the Ahmedabad West (reserved) constituency. Also Read - BJP’s ‘Free Vaccine’ Promise For Bihar in Its Poll Manifesto Draws Opposition Fire | All You Need to Know
For the Surendranagar constituency in Saurashtra region, the party has once again gone with the sitting member Mahendra Munjpara whereas for Rajkot. Mohan Kundariya has been repeated. Also Read - 19 Lakh Jobs, Free Coronavirus Vaccine: BJP Releases Manifesto For Bihar Assembly Election 2020
Poonamben Madam has been repeated for the Jamnagar constituency while for the another Saurashtra seat of Amreli, Narayanbhai Kachidiya has been fielded again. For yet another Saurashtra seat of Bhavnagar, Dr Bhartiben Shiyal has been selected for the second time.
Devsinh Chauhan has been selected again for the Kheda seat and Jaswantsinh Bhabhor for the Dahod seat.
For the Vadodara seat, the saffron party has once again decided to go with Ranjanben Bhatt who had won the bypolls held after Prime Minister Narendra Modi had vacated the Vadodara seat while retaining Varanasi.
For the Bharuch seat, Mansukhbhai Vasava has been repeated while another Vasava, Prabhubhai has been repeated for the Bardoli seat.
KC Patel has been repeated for the Valsad seat. Despite speculation that sitting MP CR Patil will be dropped after complaints of corruption, the BJP has chosen to repeat him from the Navsari seat in south Gujarat.