Mathura: Dispute about station 30: E.g. wins, Bjp loses – Mathura: Disturbance on station 30: BSP wins, BJP loses

Mathura. While the ballots were being counted, there was a lot of buzz among the candidates’ supporters in most places, but in Division 30 of the Baldev Bloc, allegations and counter-allegations between supporters of BSP candidate Anil Baghel and the BJP candidate went in late the night on Manisha Parashar. Are. After receiving the complaint, the result could be announced at two o’clock after the intervention of the senior officials, in which the BSP won, the BJP lost.
In fact, there was a race between three candidates at station 30 from the start to push the vote count. Those candidates were Manisha Parashar from BJP, Anil Baghel from BSP and Bhola Yadav from Independent. BJP candidates were on the front line until 2 p.m. on Monday. Independent in second place, but after 2pm BSP-backed Anil Baghel took second place, leaving the independent candidate behind. When the votes of Mahavan Bangar Islampur, Manoharpur etc. with BSP stronghold were counted, Anil Baghel took first place when the votes were counted at four o’clock.
With this, the supporters of the BJP candidates reacted sharply. Meanwhile, BJP District President Madhu Sharma and BSP District President Hemendra Kumar also reached the block and had a recount carried out. What happened under the supervision of RO. The BSP candidate’s votes stayed the same and he became the front runner in the vote count. The final counting round was conducted under the supervision of RO, CO and SDM, with Anil Baghel winning by over 1200 votes. The counting of votes was completed around two o’clock in the morning. RO Fisheries Director Mahesh Chauhan said it tried to put pressure from the BJP candidate. The entire vote was also submitted in writing to be carried out again, and later it was returned. Now BSP candidate Anil Baghel has emerged as the winner.
Certificate could not be obtained
Zilla Panchayat members, who recorded their victory by counting votes, could not receive certificates until Tuesday evening. The reason for this is that the RO of the block did not send the count of the Zila Panchayat member until the evening to Joint Trade Commissioner Manoj Tripathi, the RO of the Zila Panchayat member. The members who had won the post of Zilla Panchayat members by ten o’clock in the morning were in the Collectorate.

Mathura. While the ballots were being counted, there was a lot of buzz among the candidates’ supporters in most places, but in Division 30 of the Baldev Bloc, allegations and counter-allegations between supporters of BSP candidate Anil Baghel and the BJP candidate went in late the night on Manisha Parashar. Are. After receiving the complaint, the result could be announced at two o’clock after the intervention of the senior officials, in which the BSP won, the BJP lost.

In fact, there was a race between three candidates at station 30 from the start to push the vote count. Those candidates were Manisha Parashar from BJP, Anil Baghel from BSP and Bhola Yadav from Independent. BJP candidates were on the front line until 2 p.m. on Monday. Independent in second place, but after 2pm BSP-backed Anil Baghel took second place, leaving the independent candidate behind. When the votes of Mahavan Bangar Islampur, Manoharpur etc. with BSP stronghold were counted, Anil Baghel took first place when the votes were counted at four o’clock.

With this, the supporters of the BJP candidates reacted sharply. Meanwhile, BJP District President Madhu Sharma and BSP District President Hemendra Kumar also reached the block and had a recount carried out. What happened under the supervision of RO. The BSP candidate’s votes stayed the same and he became the front runner in the vote count. The final counting round was conducted under the supervision of RO, CO and SDM, with Anil Baghel winning by over 1200 votes. The counting of votes was completed around two o’clock in the morning. RO Fisheries Director Mahesh Chauhan said it tried to put pressure from the BJP candidate. The entire vote was also submitted in writing to be carried out again, and later it was returned. Now BSP candidate Anil Baghel has emerged as the winner.

Certificate could not be obtained

Zilla Panchayat members, who recorded their victory by counting votes, could not receive certificates until Tuesday evening. The reason for this is that the RO of the block did not send the count of the Zila Panchayat member until the evening to Joint Trade Commissioner Manoj Tripathi, the RO of the Zila Panchayat member. The members who had won the post of Zilla Panchayat members by ten o’clock in the morning were in the Collectorate.

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