Chitrakoot Panchayat Election 2021 Update, Panchayat Election – Chitrakoot: Women will be decisive in the elected District Panchayat President, one each from BJP-BSP and four from SP.

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Sudhir Aggarwal, Amar Ujala, Chitrakoot

Published by: Shikha Pandey
Updated Fri May 07, 2021 2:58 PM IST

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This time the Samajwadi party won five seats, including four candidates. While the Bharatiya Janata Party won four seats, one of which is a candidate.

Women’s line to vote (file photo)
– Photo: Amar Ujala

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In Chitrakoot, candidates won seven of the 17 seats of the Zilla Panchayat member. Because of this, women will play a crucial role. The reason for this is that this time the seat of the District Panchayat President belongs to the planned caste. Either a man or a woman can compete.This time the Samajwadi party won five seats, including four candidates. While the Bharatiya Janata Party won four seats, one of which is a candidate. At the same time, the Bahujan Samaj Party won six seats in which there is a candidate. At the same time, an independent candidate also won.

According to the reservation, six of the 17 seats in the district were reserved for women. In which the performance of candidates from BJP and BSP was very poor. Prema Singh, the wife of former District Panchayat member Shivshankar Singh of BJP in Bhaddu and Meera Bharti of BSP in Saraiya, saved the credibility of the presence of women from both parties.

In the Rapura seat, independent candidate Sangeeta Devi won the competition and stopped talking about candidates from all parties. In this order, candidates from the Samajwadi Party showed their full strength and won a total of four seats. Even SP’s Anita Baghel, among many male candidates, won the Bhunari general seat. The SP had also installed a candidate, Shakuntala Devi, against BJP Minister of State Ashok Jatav (elected member) on the hill. Apart from that, Rajrani from Sardhua, Vimala Devi from Bhasoundha and Anuradha Devi from Akbarpur also won for SP.

Let’s say that SP gave tickets to a total of 8 candidates in the 17 seats in the district. According to the reservation, BJP and BSP had given 6-6 women tickets. The BJP has attached great importance to the office of District Panchayat President. The post of speaker is reserved for the planned box.

The name of Ashok Jatav from BJP is at the top. However, when you talk about SP or BSP, it can play a bet on a candidate. If the dice are spinning anywhere, a woman can also become a member of the Panchayat district of Chitrakoot. It is also worth mentioning here that the BSP has six, the SP five and the BJP four Zilla Panchayat members.

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In Chitrakoot, candidates won seven of the 17 seats of the Zilla Panchayat member. Because of this, women will play a crucial role. The reason for this is that this time the seat of the District Panchayat President belongs to the planned caste. Either a man or a woman can compete.

This time the Samajwadi party won five seats, including four candidates. While the Bharatiya Janata Party won four seats, one of which is a candidate. At the same time, the Bahujan Samaj Party won six seats in which there is a candidate. At the same time, an independent candidate also won.

According to the reservation, six of the 17 seats in the district were reserved for women. In which the performance of candidates from BJP and BSP was very poor. Prema Singh, the wife of former District Panchayat member Shivshankar Singh of BJP in Bhaddu and Meera Bharti of BSP in Saraiya, saved the credibility of the presence of women from both parties.

In the Rapura seat, independent candidate Sangeeta Devi won the competition and stopped talking about candidates from all parties. In this order, candidates from the Samajwadi Party showed their full strength and won a total of four seats. Even SP’s Anita Baghel, among many male candidates, won the Bhunari general seat.

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