One third reserved for Mrs. Panchayat. Panchayat district member, less candidate

Chandausi. In Sambhal district, one third of the seats are reserved for women belonging to Zilla Panchayat members. If we look at the seats of women with planned castes and backward classes, the number of candidates is very small. In the general category, women were at the top of the electoral list, while there were very few candidates in the places for planned caste and backward women.
There are 35 stations of Zilla Panchayat members in the Sambhal district. A total of 485 candidates are trying their luck in the elections in these districts.
Of the 35 stations, 12 stations are reserved for women. Of these, the number of candidates is 155, which is slightly less than a third of the total number of candidates. If you look at the seats of male and general women in the district Panchayat member districts across the district, there are many candidates.
The women of the general category hit each other on the head with the men. At the same time, backward class women, planned caste women are way behind in the elections. Candidates have shown less interest in these seats. The average of the candidates in these seats is between seven and eight. At the same time there are a large number of candidates in other places. Despite reserved places, the number of candidates remained low.

Chandausi. In Sambhal district, one third of the seats are reserved for women belonging to Zilla Panchayat members. If we look at the seats of women with planned castes and backward classes, the number of candidates is very small. In the general category, women were at the top of the electoral list, while there were very few candidates in the places for planned caste and backward women.

There are 35 stations of Zilla Panchayat members in the Sambhal district. A total of 485 candidates are trying their luck in the elections in these districts.

Of the 35 stations, 12 stations are reserved for women. Of these, the number of candidates is 155, which is slightly less than a third of the total number of candidates. If you look at the seats of male and general women in the district Panchayat member districts across the district, there are many candidates.

The women of the general category hit each other on the head with the men. At the same time, backward class women, planned caste women are way behind in the elections. Candidates have shown less interest in these seats. The average of the candidates in these seats is between seven and eight. At the same time there are a large number of candidates in other places. Despite reserved places, the number of candidates remained low.

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