Hamirpur Panchayat Chunav Result 2021 Updates – Hamirpur Panchayat Chunav Result: Somewhere Happiness, Despair Somewhere, Celebration of Victory Fades into Lockdown

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The maximum time was spent counting the votes of the Zilla Panchayat member. Once they brought out certificates, the winners would get their supporters loaded with flowers. At the same time, the losers and their supporters returned in despair and multiplied their defeat.

The police were ready during the Hamirpur vote count
– Photo: Amar Ujala

In Hamirpur district, after the counting of the two-day Panchayat elections, the winners were laden with flowers and garlands. At the same time, the losers were disappointed and left the counting station. The vote count began at 8 a.m. on Sunday morning at BNV Inter College through Monday evening. The first result came on Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. for the post of headmaster.Late in the evening, the victory was announced by about eight village chiefs. The supporters of the candidates, who were convinced of the victory, stayed outside the counting point until late at night. The number of supporters began to grow from Monday morning. This announced the names of the winners.

The maximum time was spent counting the votes of the Zilla Panchayat member. Once they brought out certificates, the winners would get their supporters loaded with flowers. At the same time, the losers and their supporters returned in despair and multiplied their defeat.

The victory celebration faded in lockdown
The three-day weekly lockdown meant that the corona infection dampened the luck of the Panchayat election winners. With the market closed, he didn’t even get the candy easily. His followers somehow managed to arrange garlands of flowers. The fans had a craving for breakfast and tea.

Emphasis on social media to congratulate
Supporters of the victorious candidates were unable to celebrate the victory due to the transition and coronavirus lockdown, but they comfort the spirit by posting their candidate’s photo and welcome message on social media. On Sunday and Monday, congratulatory messages related to the Panchayat elections were flooded on social media. At the same time, the victorious candidates were seen expressing gratitude to voters on social media.

BJP got five and SP got four seats
The BJP suffered greatly in the elections to become a district panchayat member. In the total of 17 seats in the Panchayat district, the BJP was only able to win five seats. While the Nishad party took a seat. At the same time, the BSP managed to get two seats. The SP hoisted four seats. Independent lead in different seats.

The wife of the younger brother of the SP district president lost
In Sarasai Gram Panchayat, Anuj’s bride of SP district president Raj Bahadur Pal faced defeat. She finished third. The SP district president himself was once Pradhan, his wife was Pradhan. This time Kalavati, the wife of the SP district president’s brother, competed in the Gram Panchayat. Which came in third. At the same time, for the fifth time in Panchayat Kurara Village, the position of the same family remained in the same position. Ram Sajeevan Nishad, a resident of Mazra Padui in the Kurara countryside, held the post from 1995 to 2005. Thereafter, his wife Sugharwati was chief from 2010 to 2020. At the same time, his son Amit Kumar won and kept his position as village director.
The candidate, supported by Rashtriya Lodhi Yuva Mahasabha, wins
Madan Kumar, a candidate supported by National Lodhi Yuva Mahasabha from the popular seat of the Panchayat area of ​​Jariya district in Sarila, won with 5,178 votes. He defeated BJP’s Jaipal Shriwas by 4111 votes. Because of this, there is an atmosphere of happiness throughout the city. After the victory, Madan Paswan and Mahendra waved to those who congratulated the minister. This seat was installed by the Mahendra Minister of Rashtriya Lodhi Yuva Mahasabha as an authorized candidate of his organization. Together with Mahendra Minister, all youth organizations in the Jariya region came together to win Madan. Mahendra Minister Sarila played the role of kingmaker in this square.

Munesh became BDC after defeating his cousin
In Bharuasumerpur, the No. 25 Mauhar Panchayat Congregation, Mausare Bhai Munesh Kumar and Kodu Ram contested the elections. In which both got 211-211 votes. It was then decided, with the consent of both candidates, to declare the result by lottery. The lottery was held in the presence of RO Dinesh Singh. Gram Panchayat’s development officer, Sonali Sachan, opened the lottery. In which Munesh Kumar was declared victorious.

Found again at the age of 82
Virendra Kumar Rajput aka Babbu Pradhan, 82, from Gharauli Village of the Muskara Development Bloc, won the post of Pradhan again. Before that he was the first Pradhan in 1982 and in 1995 his wife Kusma Rani took over the office of Pradhan. In this election campaign, Bablu Pradhan defeated the Maharashtrians again at the age of 82, received 1,415 votes and defeated rival Rajkumar Rajput with 172 votes.

Detailed

In Hamirpur district, after the counting of the two-day Panchayat elections, the winners were laden with flowers and garlands. At the same time, the losers were disappointed and left the counting station. The vote count began at 8 a.m. on Sunday morning at BNV Inter College through Monday evening. The first result came on Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. for the post of headmaster.

Late in the evening, the victory was announced by about eight village chiefs. The supporters of the candidates, who were convinced of the victory, stayed outside the counting point until late at night. The number of supporters began to grow from Monday morning. This announced the names of the winners.

The maximum time was spent counting the votes of the Zilla Panchayat member. Once they brought out certificates, the winners would get their supporters loaded with flowers. At the same time, the losers and their supporters returned in despair and multiplied their defeat.

The victory celebration faded in lockdown

The three-day weekly lockdown meant that the corona infection dampened the luck of the Panchayat election winners. With the market closed, he didn’t even get the candy easily. His followers somehow managed to arrange garlands of flowers. The fans had a craving for breakfast and tea.

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