In many Panchayat district seats, Bjp-sponsored candidates were shocked by their own people. – In many of Zilla Panchayat’s seats, BJP-backed candidates were shocked by their own people.

Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Tue 04 May 2021 1:34 AM IST

The outcome of the district Panchayat member’s election may not be known yet, but the BJP stayed in many seats until Monday night due to the trend of all seats. In many squares in Yamunapar and in the Ganges, the BJP-supported candidate faced a rebel candidate from the party itself. With fewer than expected votes in many seats, the pro-BJP candidates walked from the counting station to their house.The Bharatiya Janata Party placed its supported candidates on all 84 seats of the Zilla Panchayat member. The party also fought at full strength, but according to the data received in the Panchayat member’s census by Monday evening, the party was unable to perform as expected. Talk about Yamunapar, all five districts of the Karchana Bloc, the party-backed candidates failed to win the election. Here, too, the party’s rebel candidates have reduced the votes of the supported candidates. BJP-backed candidate Subodh Singh lost the election of Karchhana in third station number 54. Rajesh Patel won this seat. It is said that Rajesh Patel is from BJP.

Apart from that, Krishna Kant Nishad of Ward 52, Triveni Prasad Pandey of 53, Seva Lal Patel of 55 and Vishnu Prasad Shukla of Ward 56 also lost. The party-backed candidate Rajesh Kanaujia of Ward 59 Kaundhiyara III won the election. Neelam Patel won Ward 69 Meja II’s election, while Ward 76 Manda II’s party-backed candidate Savita Tripathi lagged behind. Similarly, in Ward 79 Koraon I, the ascent of Aarti Devi Kol was extended until ten o’clock at night. Pratima Shukla of the Uruva Second Ward lost to Aarti Raj, the second party leader. Similarly, Uruva’s first seat was lost due to the BJP rebel candidate. On the other hand, Panchayat District President Rekha Singh from Station 77 led Manda III. At the same time, BJP’s VK Singh won the election of Ward No. 13 Handia IV in Gangapar.

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The outcome of the district Panchayat member’s election may not be known yet, but the BJP stayed in many seats until Monday night due to the trend of all seats. In many squares in Yamunapar and in the Ganges, the BJP-supported candidate faced a rebel candidate from the party itself. With fewer than expected votes in many seats, the pro-BJP candidates walked from the counting station to their house.

The Bharatiya Janata Party placed its supported candidates on all 84 seats of the Zilla Panchayat member. The party also fought at full strength, but according to the data received in the Panchayat member’s census by Monday evening, the party was unable to perform as expected. Talk about Yamunapar, all five districts of the Karchana Bloc, the party-backed candidates failed to win the election. Here, too, the party’s rebel candidates have reduced the votes of the supported candidates. BJP-backed candidate Subodh Singh lost the election of Karchhana in third station number 54. Rajesh Patel won this seat. It is said that Rajesh Patel is from BJP.

Apart from that, Krishna Kant Nishad of Ward 52, Triveni Prasad Pandey of 53, Seva Lal Patel of 55 and Vishnu Prasad Shukla of Ward 56 also lost. The party-backed candidate Rajesh Kanaujia of Ward 59 Kaundhiyara III won the election. Neelam Patel won Ward 69 Meja II’s election, while Ward 76 Manda II’s party-backed candidate Savita Tripathi lagged behind. Similarly, in Ward 79 Koraon I, the ascent of Aarti Devi Kol was extended until ten o’clock at night. Pratima Shukla of the Uruva Second Ward lost to Aarti Raj, the second party leader. Similarly, Uruva’s first seat was lost due to the BJP rebel candidate. On the other hand, Panchayat District President Rekha Singh from Station 77 led Manda III. At the same time, BJP’s VK Singh won the election of Ward No. 13 Handia IV in Gangapar.

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