Ayodhya victory is likely to create a new political equation

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Ayodhya. With the victory by defeating the SP in the chairmanship of District President Panchayat, the BJP has given a great political message to the politics of the district. With the victory of the BJP, there is an opportunity to create new political equations in the district. The resulting political gain and loss will be linked to next year’s parliamentary elections.
Before the elections it was said that the BJP had only eight Zilla Panchayat members, while 17 DDCs were coming from the SP. Apart from that, four BSP and 11 DDC were independent. When the election result became known after the vote on Saturday, the dice turned. The BJP strategists achieved a historic victory by having the support of 30 members with efficient election management. The victorious SP candidate only received the support of 10 out of 17 DDCs from his SP. Even after the use of Indus by SP, he was known for his fighting spirit in district politics. Mitrasen Yadav’s background also seemed to be of no use.
The ruling BJP already presided over the mayor along with all legislative assembly seats including the district deputy, but the party’s people lived in the absence of the district president Panchayat’s chairman. With this victory, BJP put an end to this year’s stigma. The question of prestige, if the seat of Ayodhya did not get into its pocket, the BJP could have been tarnished on a large scale. This victory also largely covered the defeat in the Panchayat elections. If one believes the seniors involved in the politics of the district, now both parties will see the political gains and losses of this victory in the general election. Thereby, where the luster of some old faces will fade, some new faces will get a chance to shine in politics.

Ayodhya. With the victory by defeating the SP in the chairmanship of District President Panchayat, the BJP has given a great political message to the politics of the district. With the victory of the BJP, there is an opportunity to create new political equations in the district. The resulting political gain and loss will be linked to next year’s parliamentary elections.

Before the elections it was said that the BJP had only eight Zilla Panchayat members, while 17 DDCs were coming from the SP. Apart from that, four BSP and 11 DDC were independent. When the election result became known after the vote on Saturday, the dice turned. The BJP strategists achieved a historic victory by having the support of 30 members with efficient election management. The victorious SP candidate only received the support of 10 out of 17 DDCs from his SP. Even after the use of Indus by SP, he was known for his fighting spirit in district politics. Mitrasen Yadav’s background also seemed to be of no use.

The ruling BJP already presided over the mayor along with all legislative assembly seats including the district deputy, but the party’s people lived in the absence of the district president Panchayat’s chairman. With this victory, BJP put an end to this year’s stigma. The question of prestige, if the seat of Ayodhya did not get into its pocket, the BJP could have been tarnished on a large scale. This victory also largely covered the defeat in the Panchayat elections. If one believes the seniors involved in the politics of the district, now both parties will see the political gains and losses of this victory in the general election. Thereby, where the luster of some old faces will fade, some new faces will get a chance to shine in politics.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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