Although the party has announced names of candidates for 23 of the 25 Lok Sabha seats in the state, it is yet to take a decision on Dausa seat.
Two strong leaders -- Kirodi Lal Meena and Om Prakash Hudla -- are keen to be in fray from this reserved (Scheduled Tribe) seat.
However, late into night, state party spokesperson denied the rumours and confirmed that final decision has yet not been taken.
When asked why Dausa decision is getting delayed, BJP MLA Rajendra Rathore said: "The name will be decided after the parliamentary board meeting soon. We are discussing the possibilities of fielding the best candidate."
Raje is backing Hudla, but if Meena is ignored, he can take away a chunk of his votes and can also contest as an Independently. That being the reason, the BJP is leadership seem to be in a fix, said a party insider.
In the meantime, Prakash Javadekar, the BJP's election in-charge for Rajasthan, has met Meena, Hudla as well as Jaskaur. Thereafter, he also met Raje to take a final decision. "Now, the list has been sent to Delhi to take a final call," confirmed the BJP leader.
Dausa has a total of 17,200,26 voters who will vote on May 6.
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