Panchayat Chunav 2021: Bjp candidates could suffer a political loss in this election in Meerut

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In the panchayat elections during the corona epidemic, voter turnout was about two percent lower than in the previous elections.

In the panchayat elections during the corona epidemic, voter turnout was about two percent lower than in the previous elections. After the low turnout, the candidate and his math partner have collected the numbers for the standing bar and are busy estimating the results. Many have blossomed while some are disappointed. On the other hand, there was also a dispute with candidates from all parties, including the BJP. In the Panchayat elections in 2015 in the harsh winter, the sugar cane harvest, the turnout was 75.14 percent. This time the weather was unpredictable, but Corona stopped voters from outside. This is why the district had a low voter turnout of two percent this time around. The low turnout mainly affects the candidates for the post of village chief. Since the election of the members of the Zilla Panchayat also took place, the scope for defeat and victory will certainly also lie with these candidates.

The political parties were openly active in the elections during this period. The rebel candidates went from BJP to BSP, SP and RLD, but the excitement between them couldn’t stop. From Station 32, Rohtash Pahalwan was viewed by all sides as a victim of furore by the BJP on election day. Opposition parties not only surrounded him, a BJP lobby also besieged him. This was the position of Ward 13, the most famous seat. Meenakshi Bharala denies from here. She is a member of Panchayat District for two consecutive terms and is Minister of State of the BJP Mahila Morcha. He is considered a strong contender for the President of Panchayat District. But she was seen surrounded by relatives rather than the opposition in her community. Candidates from all brotherhoods such as Tyagi, Brahmins, Vaishyas, Gurjars etc. were used here to cut down the traditional votes of the BJP. The jat vote was already angry because of the peasant movement. Local BJP leaders did the right thing. Due to the future policy of the Siwalakhas assembly, no one came openly, but the betrayal could not be stopped.

Vedavati was also completely cordoned off in Ward 2 in Hastinapur. The reputation of Hastinapur MLA Dinesh Khatik is associated with this seat. While the opposition was united here, a faction of the BJP also played fiercely. The seat looks trapped. Vedavati is also seen by the BJP as a strong contender for a Panchayat president of the district camp.

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The political future of five MLAs will also determine the outcome

The reputation of the district’s five MLAs is at stake in the election of 33 Panchayat district parishioners. The path of the BJP candidates is not easy in every church. Voters seemed divided over the peasant movement and local issues. In the villages, people preferred partying less to local work. These too, while tickets were held in most stations on the recommendation of the MLAs.

In the district where the elections were held, all MLAs are members of the BJP. Sommendra Tomar from the south, Sangeet Som from Sardhana, Satyaveer Tyagi from Kithore, Dinesh Khatik from Hastinapur and Jitendra Satwai from Sewalkhas all tried to win their candidates on the wards. The election results will be important to both the candidates and the MLAs. Parliamentary elections are to be held next year. In this case, the impact of the MLA will be apparent from the result. On the other hand, RLD, SP, BSP and Congress have little to lose in elections. These parties put up candidates on most of the stations. With the exception of a station or two, a triangular competition was seen in most places. However, if the already visible anger over the agricultural laws were to take the form of votes, the results would be completely different.

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In the panchayat elections during the corona epidemic, voter turnout was about two percent lower than in the previous elections. After the low turnout, the candidate and his math partner have collected the numbers for the standing bar and are busy estimating the results. Many have blossomed while some are disappointed. On the other hand, there was also a dispute with candidates from all parties, including the BJP.

In the Panchayat elections in 2015 in the harsh winter, the sugar cane harvest, the turnout was 75.14 percent. This time the weather was unpredictable, but Corona stopped voters from outside. This is why the district had a low voter turnout of two percent this time around. The low turnout mainly affects the candidates for the post of village chief. Since the election of the members of the Zilla Panchayat also took place, the scope for defeat and victory will certainly also lie with these candidates.

The political parties were openly active in the elections during this period. The rebel candidates went from BJP to BSP, SP and RLD, but the excitement between them couldn’t stop. From Station 32, Rohtash Pahalwan was viewed by all sides as a victim of furore by the BJP on election day. Opposition parties not only surrounded him, a BJP lobby also besieged him. This was the position of Ward 13, the most famous seat. Meenakshi Bharala denies from here. She is a member of Panchayat District for two consecutive terms and is Minister of State of the BJP Mahila Morcha. He is considered a strong contender for the President of Panchayat District. But she was seen surrounded by relatives rather than the opposition in her community. Candidates from all brotherhoods such as Tyagi, Brahmins, Vaishyas, Gurjars, etc. were used here to cut the traditional votes of the BJP. The Jat vote was already angry because of the peasant movement. Local BJP leaders did the right thing. Due to the future policy of the Siwalakhas assembly, no one came openly, but the betrayal could not be stopped.

Vedavati was also completely cordoned off in Ward 2 in Hastinapur. The reputation of Hastinapur MLA Dinesh Khatik is associated with this seat. While the opposition was united here, a faction of the BJP also played fiercely. The seat looks trapped. Vedavati is also seen by the BJP as a strong contender for a Panchayat president of the district camp.

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