Brahmins decide victory in Jatland’s district 30 – Brahmins decide victory in Jatland’s district 30

The election campaign for the Panchayat elections in the district has ended. In every community there is a debate about political upheaval and victory over defeat based on caste equations. Everyone is eagerly awaiting tomorrow’s vote. The same street debate continues in Ward 30, which is in Jatland, Igles. Here the number of Brahmins is decisive. The second number is Jat and the third is Muslim and Jatav.
If the RLD showed confidence in Sundar Singh from here, Congress has supported the independent Vikas Pandit (former ZIP member). BSP has placed bets on Zahid Khan while Yogesh Gaur is a candidate for BJP. Independent candidate and President of the Iglas Brick Kiln Association Chau. Yogesh Singh is in a strong position too.
Similarly, Virender Kumar and Jatan Kumar compete against each other. The first match at the station was supposed to be triangular, but after the arrival of Sundar Singh from Ralod it became square. In Haryana, the government entrepreneur Sundar Singh had previously prepared for a year in Station 29, but on the reservation this station was reserved for the planned boxes.
Thereafter, the party removed him from Station Number 30. Jatan Kumar and Virender Singh, seeking the support of the RLD from the same community, are increasing Sundar Singh’s problem as an independent candidate.
Independent candidates and Congress-backed Vikas Pachauri aka Kanhaiya Pandit are also candidates. He was previously a member of Panchayat District in 2012. Are well acquainted with local politics. Congress is also very interested in his victory. Zahid Khan is supported by the young Jat leader Vishvendra Singh from BSP.
Zahid with Muslims, Jatavs and some Jats make the competition interesting. BJP candidate Yogesh Gaur is the son of former BJP President Kalicharan Gaur von der Iglas. He has some problems with the peasant movement because the BJP has come under the scanner in the past by calling the Kisan agitation the Jat movement.
Although the BJP is convinced of their victory, Gopal Sharma, who has not lost his chance from the party, is increasing his troubles. SP is not a contender here. The decision of 16 candidates in this parish of 48 villages will be closed in polling stations tomorrow. On May 2nd, the public’s stance will also be clear.

The election campaign for the Panchayat elections in the district has ended. In every church there is a debate about political upheaval and victories based on caste equations. Everyone is eagerly awaiting tomorrow’s vote. The same street debate continues in Ward 30, which is in Jatland, Igles. Here the number of Brahmins is decisive. The second number is Jat and the third is Muslim and Jatav.

If the RLD showed confidence in Sundar Singh from here, Congress has supported the independent Vikas Pandit (former ZIP member). BSP has placed bets on Zahid Khan while Yogesh Gaur is a candidate for BJP. Independent candidate and President of the Iglas Brick Kiln Association Chau. Yogesh Singh is in a strong position too.

Similarly, Virender Kumar and Jatan Kumar compete against each other. The first match at the station was supposed to be triangular, but after the arrival of Sundar Singh from Ralod it became square. In Haryana, the government entrepreneur Sundar Singh had previously prepared for a year in Station 29, but on the reservation this station was reserved for the planned boxes.

Thereafter, the party removed him from Station Number 30. Jatan Kumar and Virender Singh, seeking the support of the RLD from the same community, are increasing Sundar Singh’s problem as an independent candidate.

Independent candidates and Congress-backed Vikas Pachauri aka Kanhaiya Pandit are also candidates. He was previously a member of Panchayat District in 2012. Are well acquainted with local politics. Congress is also very interested in his victory. Zahid Khan is supported by the young Jat leader Vishvendra Singh from BSP.

Zahid with Muslims, Jatavs and some Jats make the competition interesting. BJP candidate Yogesh Gaur is the son of former BJP President Kalicharan Gaur von der Iglas. He has some problems with the peasant movement because the BJP has come under the scanner in the past by calling the Kisan agitation the Jat movement.

Although the BJP is convinced of their victory, Gopal Sharma, who has not lost his chance from the party, is increasing his troubles. SP is not a contender here. The decision of 16 candidates in this parish of 48 villages will be closed in polling stations tomorrow. On May 2nd, the public’s stance will also be clear.

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