Rajasthan Chief Minister (CM) Ashok gehlot deny the formation of a third front in Rajasthan reportedly by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Singh and his Samajwadi Party are unlikely to make much impact in the state, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot feels. "Third front, fourth or fifth front, all these things are routine and welcome moves, let them come up, they would work on their mission and we shall also continue to further our task-work," Mr Gehlot said, adding he and his party had made commitments to people and those were being worked out and implemented.
Rajasthan CM may have denied the third front but some challenges which yet to be resolved by Congress and BJP areTribal leader and MP Kirorimal Meena, Former minister Mahipal Maderna may give big blow to Major politican party if any such thing happens. If Third front voice raises voice they have support from Jat community which is 17% of vote bank while Meena which have 12% of votebank in State. The recent resignation of some of Jat Leaders from BJP and congress may bring a storm in politics of Rajasthan. Earlier some of Jat leaders like BJP MLA Hanuman Beniwal and Jat leader Hari Singh and Chandraraj Singhvi are also believed to be working overtime to put together a new political unit in state. Political pundits believe that Maderna is crucial to third-front plan.