Allegations by Sp, Panchayat members are threatened by Bjp and government officials

Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Tue June 22, 2021 6:37 PM IST

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As the election date for the Panchayat district president approaches, the BJP and SP are placing full emphasis on adding Panchayat members to their side. Meanwhile, the SPs alleged on Tuesday that police and administrative officials had put all kinds of pressure on Panchayat members and their families at the behest of the ruling party leaders. Some Panchayat members were also threatened.The SP delegation that reached the Collectorate, led by District President Yogesh Chandra Yadav, also presented a memorandum to the District Judge. He said that some Panchayat members were also threatened with fraudulent trials against them. So that the Panchayat members vote for the ruling party’s candidate under pressure. In the seven-point memorandum, people in the ruling party urge members to intimidate, threaten, lure, suspend and transfer the family employees to get votes by luring money.

The memorandum stated that in addition to the use of the central police force, arrangements for surveillance cameras, videography, etc. should be made by the government at the polling station in order to conduct fair elections. The SP leaders also said that members who are educated and educated should not be provided with any helpers. Using the example of the election of District President Panchayat in 2011, the SP leaders said that at that time a total of 25 SP members had won, but the candidate could only get five votes. On this occasion, the Metropolitan President Syed Iftekhar Hussain, former MP Dharmaraj Patel, Ram Milan Yadav, Ram Sumer Pal, Ram Kripal Kol, Ram Dev Nidar, Dudhnath Patel, Dan Bahadur Madhur, Mohammad Parvez etc. were present.

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As the election date for the Panchayat district president approaches, the BJP and SP are placing full emphasis on adding Panchayat members to their side. Meanwhile, the SPs alleged on Tuesday that police and administrative officials had put all kinds of pressure on Panchayat members and their families at the behest of the ruling party leaders. Some Panchayat members were also threatened.

The SP delegation that reached the Collectorate, led by District President Yogesh Chandra Yadav, also presented a memorandum to the District Judge. He said that some Panchayat members were also threatened with fraudulent trials against them. So that the Panchayat members vote for the ruling party’s candidate under pressure. In the seven-point memorandum, people in the ruling party urge members to intimidate, threaten, lure, suspend and transfer the family employees to get votes by luring money.

The memorandum stated that in addition to the use of the central police force, arrangements for surveillance cameras, videography, etc. should be made by the government at the polling station in order to conduct fair elections. The SP leaders also said that members who are educated and educated should not be provided with any helpers. Using the example of the election of District President Panchayat in 2011, the SP leaders said that at that time a total of 25 SP members had won, but the candidate could only get five votes. On this occasion, the Metropolitan President Syed Iftekhar Hussain, former MP Dharmaraj Patel, Ram Milan Yadav, Ram Sumer Pal, Ram Kripal Kol, Ram Dev Nidar, Dudhnath Patel, Dan Bahadur Madhur, Mohammad Parvez etc. were present.

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