On 20 September, JCC alliance associate Bahujan Samaj Celebration supremo Mayawati at a press convention nominated Jogi because the chief ministerial candidate.
Round eight months again, Jogi too had reportedly stated that he would contest from the Rajanandgaon seat in opposition to incumbent Chief Minister Raman Singh.
Nevertheless, Jogi’s son Amit on Friday advised media, “Janta Congress Chhattisgarh chief Ajit Jogi will not contest meeting elections. Being a star campaigner of the coalition between Janta Congress Chhattisgarh, Bahujan Samaj Celebration (BSP) and the Communist Celebration of India (CPI), he has 90 constituencies to marketing campaign. There isn’t any time for him.”
The JCC on Sunday introduced an alliance with the CPI to be able to strengthen their foothold within the Naxal-hit Bastar area.
On 20 September, Mayawati additionally introduced alliance with JCC. Whereas addressing a public rally in Bilaspur on Saturday, Mayawati stated, “Within the ensuing Chhattisgarh meeting elections, we are going to make all efforts in order that the alliance with Ajit Jogi-led Janta Congress Chhattisgarh involves energy with full majority. After we win, our authorities will work particularly for Dalits, tribals, backward courses, non secular minorities, farmers, labourers and the poor.”
The state will go to polls in two phases, 12 and 20 November respectively. Counting of votes can be finished on 11 December.