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Ashok Gehlot Challenges Modi’s Candidature Citing BJP’s Unlikely Majority

Given the situation, Gehlot urged Prime Minister Modi to withdraw his name from the prime ministerial post.

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Former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday asserted that the BJP is unlikely to secure 370 seats, nor will the NDA get 400 seats in the upcoming elections. Given the situation, Gehlot urged Prime Minister Modi to withdraw his name from the prime ministerial post.

In a post on X, Gehlot stated, ‘Now it has become clear that neither BJP will get 370 seats nor NDA will get 400 seats. BJP is not able to get a clear majority in the name of Prime Minister Modi. In such a situation, Shri Narendra Modi should now withdraw his name from the candidature for the post of Prime Minister.’

Gehlot further criticized that Modi has completely focused the 2024 Lok Sabha elections on himself. The campaign spotlighted phrases like Modi ki guarantee and Modi sarkar again more than mentioning BJP. He mentioned that issues like inflation, unemployment, and increasing societal tensions were sidelined during the election campaign.

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