Jaipur, Sep 27 (UNI) The BJP General Secretary Gopinath Munde said that party might deny tickets to many of its sitting MLAs and might opt to field some of its sitting MPs for next Assembly elections in Rajasthan due to be held by November or so.
Talking to reporters here today Mr Munde, who is the incharge of the party Rajasthan unit affairs, ruled out possibility of denial for party tickets to aged aspirants on the basis of higher age limit.
He said that there could be no higher age ceiling for such political considerations.
Mr Munde said " we will allot party tickets to those who have strong winnability and good conduct and rapport with masses and the party".
The Party has been getting feed back from different channels, including party observers and different surveys and those would constitute basis for finalising tickets, Mr Munde said.
Meanwhile, the party held its crucial state executive meeting here today, ahead of the Assembly elections to review organisational preparedness for the polls and to draw strategy for the election.
Besides Mr Munde, state President Om Prakash Mathur, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and several prominent leaders participated in the meeting.
The meeting adopted political resolution too.
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