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Chauhan is already the vice-president of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) and is a senior BCCI official. were not impressed and questioned Sisodia?about "fielding parachute candidates" much like other political parties Could Railgate derail Bansal The former Railway minister’s nephew Vijay Singla along with 10 others have been charged with bribery in a Rs 10-crore cash-for-post railway bribery case While the CBI has given Bansal a clean chit in the case the BJP has not let him off the hook Could this affect his chances of being re-elected to the lower House No one knows since no opinion polls have been conducted in the Union Territory Releasing a list of 16 scams Chandigarh head of BJP Sanjay Tandon said if his party was elected to power they would re-open all cases against Bansal and expose how the Chandigarh administration and the CBI protected him But Bansal seems unfazed by the repeated criticism bythe BJP If a report in the Economic Times is to be believed his entire family is campaigning from him reaching out to voters across the city Disarray within Congress With the two-term UPA government facing a huge anti-incumbency wave winnability is an issue for the ruling party’s MPs With regards to the Chandigarh seat Union Minister Manish Tewari had reportedly been vying for the seat as winning from his current constituency Ludhiana was no easy task The party however refused to let him contest from the seat retaining Bansal for the 2014 polls Tewari however has denied the reports saying he had health issues which did not permit him to contest the polls this time "Between 1991 to 2004 I was an aspirant for Chandigarh But once the party asked me to contest from Ludhiana there was no question of looking back at Chandigarh" he told the Times of India in an interview Could Manmohan play spoiler for Bansal Prime Minister Manmohan Singh may have made it clear that he is not running for the top job this time but his popularity among Sikh voters has not dipped If a Hindustan Times report is to be believed PM Singhseems to be in “demand” in Punjab’s Sikh-dominated constituencies Could Singh not seeking a re-term dent Bansal’s prospects Both Kher and Panag are Sikhs a community that constitutes 16 percent of the vote share What also seems to be a factor is that at least 25000 votes are from ex-servicemen Both Kher and Panag come from defence families 2009 Lok Sabha results Chandigarh has been loyal to the Congress in six of the last ten Lok Sabhas In 2009 Bansal won by a massive4687 percent vote share (161042 votes) compared to the 2971 percent vote share (102075 votes) won by BJP’s Satya Pal Jain In the fourteenth Lok Sabha Bansal won an even bigger 5206 percent of the votes (139880) while BJP’s Jain won 3522 percent of the votes (94632) While pre-poll surveys have chosen not to cover this constituency it is unlikely to be an easy win for the Congress this time round