New Delhi, Dec. 6 -- Amid the continuing suspense over who the BJP top brass turns to as its chief ministerial candidate for Rajasthan, after the party returned to the helm on the back of a landslide mandate, former CM and stalwart leader Vasundhara Raje arrived in the national capital on Wednesday evening.

Speaking to reporters at the airport after arriving in the national capital, Raje, who secured a fresh term in the Assembly from the Jhalrapatan assembly constituency, said, "I have come to visit my daughter-in-law."

The BJP, which wrested Rajasthan from the Congress, winning 115 of the 199 seats for which polling was conducted on November 25, is yet to pick its chief ministerial candidate for the state.

Vasundhara Raje, a two-time ...