Panchayat Chunaaav – Women will lead villages in 37 grams of panchayats

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Paliyakalan. Women have also shown strong influence in panchayat elections. In Palia’s 76-gram panchayats, 37 candidates were elected and will become the leader, who will now lead the village government together with the household tasks.
The results were announced after 76 grams of panchayats were counted in the panchayat elections. In these grams of panchayats, 37 village chiefs were elected as female heads. Not only that, the profit share of these female heads has also increased significantly compared to men. Rambetti, a candidate from Baboura Gram Panchayat, took the village post by defeating the opposition in the Palia block with a record 735 votes. Lakshmi Devi from Basantapur Khurd, Jeba from Bargaon, Sushila Devi from Atria, Rinku Devi from Marua West, Asha from Bijoria, Asha from Paliyakalan, Vidya from Patwara, Vidya from Sarkhana East, Sunita Devi from Farashia, Kanwara from Farshiya, Rekha Devi -Colony Aakriti Mishra from Paraspur, Simranjit Kaur from Lagdahan, Sarita from Dhakhiya, Lajjawati from Nizhota, Anarkali from Murarkheda, Sitaivi from the Murarkheda colony, Gyanshila Singh from the Sumernagar colony, Neelima Pandey from Bh Manjeetnaurati from Bh Manjeetnaurati Singahia, Rajveer Kaur from Mirchia, Singahi Khurd Surendra Kaur, Badami Devi from the Raninagar colony, Sharda Devi from the Govindnagar colony, Sunita Devi from Majhra West, Sita Devi from Dhakha, Prabhjot Kaur from Nibuabh from Padua, Khairunisha from Padhura, Sitara Devi from Gajraura, Jyoti from Parasia, Gomti from Dhyanpur, Pedakali from Ramnagar, Simarjit Kaur from Ghola have gained half the population of Gramm panchayats in the Palia region. conversation

Paliyakalan. Women have also shown strong influence in panchayat elections. In Palia’s 76-gram panchayats, 37 candidates were elected and will become the leader, who will now lead the village government together with the household tasks.

The results were announced after 76 grams of panchayats were counted in the panchayat elections. In these grams of panchayats, 37 village chiefs were elected as female heads. Not only that, the profit share of these female heads has also increased significantly compared to men. Rambetti, a candidate from Baboura Gram Panchayat, took the village post by defeating the opposition in the Palia block with a record 735 votes. Lakshmi Devi from Basantapur Khurd, Jeba from Bargaon, Sushila Devi from Atria, Rinku Devi from Marua West, Asha from Bijoria, Asha from Paliyakalan, Vidya from Patwara, Vidya from Sarkhana East, Sunita Devi from Farashia, Kanwara from Farshiya, Rekha Devi -Colony Aakriti Mishra from Paraspur, Simranjit Kaur from Lagdahan, Sarita from Dhakhiya, Lajjawati from Nizhota, Anarkali from Murarkheda, Sitaivi from the Murarkheda colony, Gyanshila Singh from the Sumernagar colony, Neelima Pandey from Bh Manjeetnaurati from Bh Manjeetnaurati Singahia, Rajveer Kaur from Mirchia, Singahi Khurd Surendra Kaur, Badami Devi from the Raninagar colony, Sharda Devi from the Govindnagar colony, Sunita Devi from Majhra West, Sita Devi from Dhakha, Prabhjot Kaur from Nibuabh from Padua, Khairunisha from Padhura, Sitara Devi from Gajraura, Jyoti from Parasia, Gomti from Dhyanpur, Pedakali from Ramnagar, Simarjit Kaur from Ghola have gained half the population of Gramm panchayats in the Palia region. conversation

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