14 out of 14 parties, including the president of Mishrikh parish – Out of 14 parties, including the president of Mishrikh parish

Sitapur For six years the BJP has shown the way out to the 14 officials who followed the rebellion in the Panchayat elections. The response to this move by the party has also begun. Some praise the party’s move and others raise the tone of criticism.
The party had published the list of all 79 posts for the district Panchayat election. This frustrated many BJP workers.
Many people who have recently been awarded membership in the party have received tickets. His rebellious stance was not made public because the form did not return. The picture became clear when the election symbol was given. When those who did not follow the rebellious stance withdrew the form, some began to oppose the party-backed candidates.
The State Office has been informed. A list of repulsive people was prepared. The action was then flogged. Sarla Bhargava, chairwoman of the Mishrikh community and Mandal general secretary Khushiram Maurya, was ousted for contesting the choice of son and bride. Former District Minister Arvind Singh, former Division President Yuva Morcha Jagdish Nishad, Division General Minister Senjit Maurya, Stand President Siyaram Jaiswal, Sector Convenor Subhash Giri, Sector Prabhari Ashok Bajpai and the District Manager of Jhuggi-hut Cell are fighting the uprising.
Planned front of the District Vice President Mukesh Kanoujia, the Chairman of the Purchasing Sales Committee Manoj Tiwari and the District Vice President Kisan Morcha Anurag Mishra were dismissed because of the election campaign for his wife. The Mandal President by Yuva Morcha Balveer Singh Yadav was shown the way out while his son was in the field. Mandal President Krishnapal Singh was ousted for calling for votes against a party-supported candidate.
“Preference for defectors”
The market has warmed up due to discussions in the political streets of the party’s decision. Opposition parties are trying to ignite the spark. There have also been mixed reactions from BJP. Some advise workers to be disciplined by saying the party’s decision is correct, while others argue against the party’s decision and clear the anger by posting it on social media. A BJP worker said in a post on Facebook that old and hardworking workers in the party are no longer asked. The defectors are preferred.

Sitapur For six years the BJP has shown the way out to the 14 officials who followed the rebellion in the Panchayat elections. The response to this move by the party has also begun. Some praise the party’s move and others raise the tone of criticism.

The party had published the list of all 79 posts for the district Panchayat election. This frustrated many BJP workers.

Many people who recently joined the party were given tickets. His rebellious stance was not made public because the form did not return. The picture became clear when the election symbol was given. When those who did not follow the rebellious stance withdrew the form, some began to oppose the party-backed candidates.

Information was given to the State Office. A list of repulsive people was prepared. The action was then flogged. Sarla Bhargava, chairwoman of the Mishrikh community and Mandal general secretary Khushiram Maurya, was ousted for contesting the choice of son and bride. Former District Minister Arvind Singh, former Division President Yuva Morcha Jagdish Nishad, Division General Minister Senjit Maurya, Stand President Siyaram Jaiswal, Sector Convenor Subhash Giri, Sector Prabhari Ashok Bajpai and the District Manager of Jhuggi-hut Cell are fighting the uprising.

Planned front of the District Vice President Mukesh Kanoujia, the Chairman of the Purchasing Sales Committee Manoj Tiwari and the District Vice President Kisan Morcha Anurag Mishra were dismissed because of the election campaign for his wife. The way out was shown to the Mandal President by Yuva Morcha Balveer Singh Yadav while his son was in the field. Mandal President Krishnapal Singh was ousted for calling for votes against a party-supported candidate.

“Preference for defectors”

The market has heated up in the political channels of this party’s decision. Opposition parties are trying to ignite the spark. There have also been mixed reactions from BJP. Some say the party’s decision is correct and workers advise them to be disciplined, while others argue against the party’s decision and provoke anger by posting it on social media. A BJP worker said in a post on Facebook that old and hardworking workers in the party are no longer asked. The defectors are preferred.

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