20 Mar 2023

Rajasthan Politics: Modi's Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav Active In Desert State; Demand To Make CM From Brahmin Community

Jaipur: Assembly elections are to be held in Rajasthan at the end of the year. Congress will contest the assembly elections only on the face of the current CM Ashok Gehlot. Although Sachin Pilot and his camp are also active.

Whereas in BJP Vasundhara Raje Scindia, Cabinet Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and BJP State President Satish Poonia are also lobbying hard and projecting them as CM face.

Meanwhile, a new name is emerging in Rajasthan BJP. This is Ashwini Vaishnav. Ashwini Vaishnav, who belongs to Jodhpur, Rajasthan, is currently holding the responsibility of the Minister of Railways, Communications and Electronics and Information Technology in the Modi cabinet.

Brahmin CM's demand arose in Mahapanchayat

In fact, a Brahmin mahapanchayat was called on Sunday at the Vidyadhar Nagar Stadium in Jaipur, the pink city of Rajasthan. The demand for a Brahmin CM arose in this mahapanchayat. This mahapanchayat was addressed by many leaders including Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav. People of Brahmin community from all over the country participated in the mahapanchayat.

Ashwini said - don't say sir, I am your brother

About two weeks before this Brahmin Mahapanchayat, Jat Mahakumbh was also held at this place. In which the Jat community had demonstrated their political power. Now in the Brahmin Mahapanchayat, the Brahmin community has demanded a share in politics for themselves.

There is a demand that a person from Brahmin community should be made the CM in Rajasthan. During this, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav told the people of his society that the unity you have shown. This unity has to be maintained like this always. 

Vaishnav said that today a historic work has happened that a postal stamp was issued on Lord Parshuram. All this is the result of the unity of the society. This unity of the society will be used in the building of the nation and in removing unrighteousness.

Ashwini said don't address him as Sir, I am your brother. Don't ever call me sir. Never call me Ashwini ji, just call me Ashwini bhai.

Ashwini Vaishnav is a resident of Jodhpur.

Ashwini Vaishnav was born in 1970 in Jodhpur in a Bairagi i.e. Vaishnav Brahmin family. He achieved All India 27th Rank of IAS in 1994. In 2008, he moved to the US to pursue an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Leaving the job of IAS, he became active in politics. Ashwini Vaishnav is handling the responsibility of the Minister of Railways, Communications and Electronics and Information Technology of India since 8 July 2021. He has been representing the state of Odisha in the Rajya Sabha since 28 June 2019. 

Many community leaders were also present in Mahapancvhayat

Many community leaders also participated in the mahapanchayat. Apart from the public representatives of the Brahmin community, BJP state president Satish Poonia, deputy leader of opposition Rajendra Rathore, Rajya Sabha MP Dr. Kirorilal Meena’s wife Golma Devi, leaders of many societies were present in this mahapanchayat. The organizers said that in this mahapanchayat, the deliberations were held on the future of the community.

Congress leader Pushpendra Bhardwaj raised the demand

In fact, Congress leader Pushpendra Bhardwaj said in the mahapanchayat that a leader of Brahmin community should be made the chief minister. He said that earlier a Mahakumbh was organized by the Jat community where a demand of the Chief Minister from Jat community was raised. So why can’t there be a CM from Brahmin community. 

Bhardwaj said that we are in such a large number that we can shake the governments. We have to openly talk about our political representation. There was a time when there used to be 60 MLAs from the Brahmin community in Rajasthan. Now only 17 MLAs are left. He has demanded both BJP and Congress parties to give 30 tickets each i.e. total 60 tickets to Brahmins in the assembly elections.

85 lakh Brahmin population in Rajasthan

The Brahmin society demonstrated its solidarity and strength through the Mahapanchayat. Organizers say that the population of Rajasthan Brahmin society is more than 85 lakhs. But according to the population, they did not get a chance for political representation. No party has given them a chance. While in more than 50 assembly seats of Rajasthan, Brahmin voters decide the victory or defeat.

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