Panchayat election: fight between 20 candidates

In the Panchayat election in the district there is fierce competition between 20 women in Ward 46. From here the election has become interesting because of the choice of the wife of GNP leader Gajraj Vimal. This time, this station is reserved for women who are not reserved. Therefore, the number of candidates here has reached 20. In the last round of the campaign, everyone used their full potential.
It was an unrestricted (general) church in the 2015 elections and won Lokesh Sharma, an independent candidate from Datawali. He later held the post of District Panchayat President, the former SP MLA Tha. Rakesh Singh’s wife Dr. Neetu was supported.
In this context, the position of the SP is also strong here. BJP and Congress are no less either. BSP-backed candidate Premlata Vimal is in the fight for the first time, while Hari Kishan Suryavanshi, husband of BJP-backed Santosh Devi, is an outgoing Panchayat district member from Station 45 (formerly Station Number 50).
The candidates are mainly BSP-backed Premlata Vimal resident Jirauli Hira Singh, SP and Mahan Dal-backed Pushpa Devi resident Barla, Congress-backed Sangeeta resident Madapur, BJP-backed Santosh Devi resident Nagla Badshah, and AAP-backed Anita Devi – Resident Sarai Barla.
Other than that, Sarana Barla in Banana Devi, Barla in Guddo Devi, Datavali in Chandravati, Barla in Nisha, Alampur Rani in Neelam Devi, Plaaripur in Pinki, Plaam Devi in ​​Pahamipur, Parora in Madhu Barla, Ramwati based Barla, in Rekha Devi Resident Piploi, Lajawati Resident Sunhara, Sangam Gaur Resident Alampur Rani, Suman Devi Resident Datawali, and other independent persons. There are 36 villages in this parish that have voters from planned castes, tribes, backward classes, minorities, and other castes. If around 75,000 people vote, around 28,000 voters will vote.

Santosh Devi– Photo: CHHARRA

Sangeeta Devi

Sangeeta Devi– Photo: CHHARRA

Pushpa Devi

Pushpa Devi– Photo: CHHARRA

In the Panchayat election in the district there is fierce competition between 20 women in Ward 46. From here the election has become interesting because of the choice of the wife of GNP leader Gajraj Vimal. This time this station is reserved for women who are not reserved. Therefore, the number of candidates here has reached 20. In the last round of the campaign, everyone used their full potential.

It was an unrestricted (general) church in the 2015 elections and won Lokpal Sharma, an independent candidate from Datawali. He later held the post of District Panchayat President, the former SP MLA Tha. Rakesh Singh’s wife Dr. Neetu was supported.

In this context, the position of the SP is also strong. BJP and Congress are no less either. BSP-backed candidate Premlata Vimal is in the fight for the first time, while Hari Kishan Suryavanshi, husband of BJP-backed Santosh Devi, is a departing District Panchayat member from Station 45 (formerly Station Number 50).

The candidates are mainly BSP-backed Premlata Vimal resident Jirauli Hira Singh, SP and Mahan Dal-backed Pushpa Devi resident Barla, Congress-backed Sangeeta resident Madapur, BJP-backed Santosh Devi resident Nagla Badshah, and the AAP-supported Anita Devi resident Sarai Barla.

Apart from that, Banana Devi residents Sarai Barla, Guddo Devi residents Barla, Chandravati residents Datavali, Nisha residents Barla, Neelam Devi residents village Alampur Rani, Pinki residents Paharipur village, Poonam residents Barla, Poonam Devi residents Paharipur, Madhu residents Parora, Mamta residents Barla , Ramwati Resident Barla, Rekha Devi Resident Piploi Resident, Lajawati Resident Sunhara, Sangam Gaur Resident Alampur Rani, Suman Devi Resident Datawali Resident, and other independent persons. There are 36 villages in this parish that have voters from planned castes, tribes, backward classes, minorities, and other castes. If around 75,000 people vote, around 28,000 voters will vote.

Santosh Devi

Santosh Devi– Photo: CHHARRA

Sangeeta Devi

Sangeeta Devi– Photo: CHHARRA

Pushpa Devi

Pushpa Devi– Photo: CHHARRA

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