Moradabad News: Of 28 seats in four districts, nine were voted unanimously, eight of which were Bjp

Amar Ujala Network, Moradabad

Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Fri July 09, 2021 2:06 AM IST

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Out of 28 block headquarters in Moradabad, Rampur, Amroha and Sambhal districts, the election of nine candidates was passed without a dissenting vote. There are eight BJP candidates. The BJP had not declared a Kundarki candidate to be the seat of Moradabad district. The election of Nirdal Nagma will be determined based on the rejection of the nomination of one of the two independent candidates who ran from that seat. The way is now clear for the unanimous election of three block chiefs in Moradabad, with the support of the BJP, of eight. These include Manish Singh from the Moradabad Block, Roopa Devi from Bilari, Poonam Chaudhary from Dilari.

The candidate Santosh Devi submitted a nomination from the account of the BJP for the block chief of Thakurdwara in the Moradabad district. At his competition, Sanjana Devi also submitted a form together with the supporters of former BJP MP Sarvesh Singh. There was much turmoil in Thakurdwara after a scuffle between two BJP camps. BJP’s Santosh Devi appealed against Sanjana Devi. It was said that Sanjana Devi has votes in District 13 of the city.

He also fraudulently registered his name from Ward 11 of Munimpur on Gram Panchayat’s list. In two places the vote violated the rules and demanded the cancellation of the nomination documents. The BJP workers clashed with the ARO because they did not accept the appeal of Assistant Electoral Officer (ARO) Ramesh Singh. The BJP employees started a sit-in at the gate of the block office and demanded that Sanjana Devi’s nomination be canceled.

SDM Parmanand Singh, who reached the site, reassured the BJP staff by assuring them that the investigation will be conducted according to the rules. After examining the papers, the names of the two above were added as candidates to the list published that evening. In addition, three independents submitted their papers there. A total of five candidates are fighting for the Thakurdwara block chief.

In Bhagatpur Tanda, Mundhapande, Chhajlat in the Moradabad district, there were many other nominations against the BJP-supported candidate.

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Out of 28 block headquarters in Moradabad, Rampur, Amroha and Sambhal districts, nine candidates were elected without a dissenting vote. There are eight BJP candidates. The BJP had not declared a Kundarki candidate to be the seat of Moradabad district. The election of Nirdal Nagma will be determined based on the rejection of the nomination of one of the two independent candidates who ran from that seat.

The way is now clear for the unanimous election of three block chiefs in Moradabad, with the support of the BJP, of eight. These include Manish Singh from the Moradabad Block, Roopa Devi from Bilari, Poonam Chaudhary from Dilari.

The candidate Santosh Devi submitted a nomination from the account of the BJP for the block chief of Thakurdwara in the Moradabad district. At his competition, Sanjana Devi also submitted a form together with the supporters of former BJP MP Sarvesh Singh. There was much turmoil in Thakurdwara after a scuffle between two BJP camps. BJP’s Santosh Devi appealed against Sanjana Devi. It was said that Sanjana Devi has votes in District 13 of the city.

He also fraudulently registered his name from Ward 11 of Munimpur on Gram Panchayat’s list. In two places, the vote violated the rules and called for the nomination papers to be canceled. The BJP workers clashed with the ARO because they did not accept the appeal of Assistant Electoral Officer (ARO) Ramesh Singh. BJP workers started a sit-in at the gate of the block office and demanded that Sanjana Devi’s nomination be canceled.

SDM Parmanand Singh, who reached the site, reassured the BJP staff by assuring them that the investigation will be conducted according to the rules. After examining the papers, the names of the two above were added as candidates to the list published that evening. In addition, three independents submitted their papers there. A total of five candidates are fighting for the Thakurdwara block chief.

In Bhagatpur Tanda, Mundhapande, Chhajlat in the Moradabad district, there were many other nominations against the BJP-supported candidate.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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