Bjp Clash supporters with officials for recounting votes

Shahabad Ward 26 of Panchayat district became the electoral arena. The two candidates were in constant contact with the officials because of their respective claims to victory. Attitudes changed after a candidate lost. The ruling people gathered at the counting location after Tuesday evening to collect the officials’ vote count again on Tuesday. The SDM bluntly refused to re-count the votes. Meanwhile, the former MLA was discouraged by the RO. Whereupon the attitude of the SDM changed and violently collided with the authorities. There was a lot of commotion in the census center on this point.
In the district of Panchayat Ward 26 there was a direct competition between the BJP supported Jagpal Singh Yadav and the independent candidate Manoj Kumar from Dhakia. His result came late Monday evening. The candidate Manoj Kumar was declared the winner. Jagpal Singh, supported by BJP, asked for a recount. Whereupon the authorities again refused to count the votes. On the other hand, the candidate began contacting the senior officials and informing them of the situation when he saw the matter heat up. On the other hand, the candidate Jagpal Singh reached the counting station that morning with the BJP leaders. At the counting point there was talk of recounting. The SDM and RO present at the counting location refused to recount. At the instruction of the SDM, the numbers in the list were counted again and compared. A candidate Amar Singh’s actual votes in matching the numbers was 1543, but 2900 votes were mistakenly spelled. Around 1400 votes were cast gradually. After picking up this thing, the BJP’s mercury fell and the officers got angry. During the nozzle, the former MLA Kashiram got into an argument with the RO. On which SDMs deteriorated. Later all BJP left. The election result was later announced, in which Manoj Kumar Singh was declared victorious with 318 votes.

Shahabad Ward 26 of Panchayat district became the electoral arena. The two candidates were in constant contact with the officials because of their respective claims to victory. Attitudes changed after a candidate lost. The ruling people gathered at the counting location after Tuesday evening to collect the officials’ vote count again on Tuesday. The SDM bluntly refused to re-count the votes. Meanwhile, the former MLA was discouraged by the RO. Whereupon the attitude of the SDM changed and violently collided with the authorities. There was a lot of commotion in the census center on this point.

In the district of Panchayat Ward 26 there was a direct competition between the BJP supported Jagpal Singh Yadav and the independent candidate Manoj Kumar from Dhakia. His result came late Monday evening. The candidate Manoj Kumar was declared the winner. Jagpal Singh, supported by BJP, asked for a recount. Whereupon the authorities again refused to count the votes. On the other hand, the candidate began contacting the senior officials and informing them of the situation when he saw the matter heat up. On the other hand, the candidate Jagpal Singh reached the counting station that morning with the BJP leaders. At the counting point there was talk of recounting. The SDM and RO present at the counting location refused to recount. At the instruction of the SDM, the numbers in the list were counted again and compared. A candidate Amar Singh’s actual votes in matching the numbers was 1543, but 2900 votes were mistakenly spelled. Around 1400 votes were cast gradually. After picking up this thing, the BJP’s mercury fell and the officers got angry. During the nozzle, the former MLA Kashiram got into an argument with the RO. On which SDMs deteriorated. Later all Bjpai left there. The election result was later announced, in which Manoj Kumar Singh was declared victorious with 318 votes.

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