Panchyat Chunav Me Vidhyak fails – BJP MLA fails to examine the Panchayat elections

Jhansi The Panchayat election is considered a rehearsal for next year’s general election. But the announced results have raised alarm bells for the Bharatiya Janata Party. This can be seen from the fact that BJP only won nine out of 24 seats in the Panchayat district. Of the eight seats in the three rural assemblies, BJP only has three seats.
The country voters determine the direction and state of state and state politics. The villagers have played a major role in forming government in the center and in the state. The lawmakers of the three rural areas of the district are BJP-MLAs on Garautha, Mauranipur and Babina. In such a situation, the Bharatiya Janata Party was also very excited about the Panchayat elections, which were held just before the State Assembly elections. Through the policies of the Choupals, the BJP was preparing to strengthen its land in rural areas. However, the election results were not predictable. The BJP placed candidates in all 24 seats of the Zilla Panchayat. The names of the candidates were announced by the government. However, only nine of them were won by the BJP. Of the eight seats in the three congregations, BJP won three seats each. BJP won in Ward No. 13 (Sacrar), Ward 16 (Bhaderwara) and Ward 17 (Syawari) in the Maoranipur Congregation. BJP has successfully won Ward Ek (Tail), District 3 (Bharosa) and District 22 (Kakarbai) of the Garutha Legislative Assembly. While BJP could only win in Ward 8 (Futera Baruasagar), Ward Nine (Raksa) and Ward 12 (Babina Rural) in the Babina Assembly. It is clear that the BJP managed to get less than half the seats in all three congregations. However, MLAs disagree. He says BJP only got four out of twenty-four seats in the last Panchayat election. This time it has doubled eight seats. In many seats, BJP candidates lost by a narrow margin of tight votes. The elections in Panchayat would indicate that the BJP has emerged as the strongest party in the rural areas.
In these panchayat elections, BJP appeared in rural areas. However, the SP was rejected by the public. This can be seen from the fact that the former BJP only had one seat in Babina Vidhan Sabha and has increased to three. While SP held six seats and was reduced to one in this election. That being said, the BJP has lost three seats by a very narrow margin.
– Rajiv Singh Paricha, MLA Babina
In the last Panchayat election in the Garutha Assembly, the BJP won three seats. In this election, too, BJP won three seats. That being said, there are many seats where BJP candidates have lost by a very small margin. From this it can be deduced that the BJP lost the Sakin seat with only 32 votes. This also revealed an employee’s disorder. The votes of BJP have increased tremendously.
– Jawaharlal Rajput, MLA Garoutha
In the last Panchayat election, the BJP did not have a single seat in Mauranipur, but three Panchayat district members won that election. This shows that the soil of the BJP has been strengthened in rural politics. The percentage of votes has also increased. Apart from that, national or regional issues do not dominate the Panchayat elections. These elections are held on local issues. Even so, the BJP’s interference in rural politics has increased.
– Bihari Lal Arya, MLA Mauranipur
The condition of SP is thin
Jhansi In rural politics, the Samajwadi party dominates one-sidedly. This can be seen from the fact that the Panchayat district of the Samajwadi Party had 16 out of 24 members in the 2015 elections. The party easily made its Panchayat district president on the basis of an absolute majority in the house. Not only that, after the formation of the BJP government in the state, the chairman of the SP District Panchayat presidents was removed from Bundelkhand in all districts, but Jhansi remained an exception. Due to the large number of members in the House, the SP remained chairman of the District Panchayat President for five years. However, when the Panchayat elections were concluded, the state of the SP deteriorated. SP has fallen from 16 to four seats.
The Samajwadi Party’s authorized candidates may have won by four, but there are four seats that the SP people have won. The party has not announced any candidates for these seats. Apart from that, the SP is also allied with two other newly elected members. This is the situation where, at the behest of BJP, there has been great disruption from the vote to the counting of votes. It can be deduced from this that the candidates hardly received any certificates after twenty-four hours. The rural electorate has rejected the BJP, while the SP has retained its influence.
– Dr. Chandrapal Singh Yadav, former MP

Jhansi The Panchayat election is considered a rehearsal for next year’s general election. But the announced results have raised alarm bells for the Bharatiya Janata Party. This can be seen from the fact that BJP only won nine out of 24 seats in the Panchayat district. Of the eight seats in the three rural assemblies, BJP only has three seats.

The country voters determine the direction and state of state and state politics. The villagers have played a major role in forming government in the center and in the state. The lawmakers of the three rural areas of the district are BJP-MLAs on Garautha, Mauranipur and Babina. In such a situation, the Bharatiya Janata Party was also very excited about the Panchayat elections, which were held just before the State Assembly elections. Through the policies of the Choupals, the BJP was preparing to strengthen its land in rural areas. However, the election results were not predictable. The BJP placed candidates in all 24 seats of the Zilla Panchayat. The names of the candidates were announced by the government. However, only nine of them were won by the BJP. Of the eight seats in the three congregations, BJP won three seats each. BJP won in Ward No. 13 (Sacrar), Ward 16 (Bhaderwara) and Ward 17 (Syawari) in the Maoranipur Congregation. BJP has successfully won Ward Ek (Tail), District 3 (Bharosa) and District 22 (Kakarbai) of the Garutha Legislative Assembly. While BJP could only win in Ward 8 (Futera Baruasagar), Ward Nine (Raksa) and Ward 12 (Babina Rural) in the Babina Assembly. It is clear that the BJP managed to get less than half the seats in all three congregations. However, MLAs disagree. He says BJP only got four out of twenty-four seats in the last Panchayat election. This time it has doubled eight seats. In many seats, BJP candidates have lost votes by a narrow margin. The elections in Panchayat would indicate that the BJP has emerged as the strongest party in the rural areas.

In these panchayat elections, BJP appeared in rural areas. However, the SP was rejected by the public. This can be seen from the fact that the former BJP only had one seat in Babina Vidhan Sabha and has increased to three. While SP held six seats and was reduced to one in this election. That being said, BJP has lost three seats by a very narrow margin.

– Rajiv Singh Paricha, MLA Babina

In the last Panchayat election in the Garutha Assembly, the BJP won three seats. In this election, too, BJP won three seats. That being said, there are many seats where BJP candidates have lost by a very small margin. From this it can be deduced that the BJP lost the Sakin seat with only 32 votes. This also revealed an employee’s disorder. The votes of BJP have increased tremendously.

– Jawaharlal Rajput, MLA Garoutha

In the last Panchayat election, the BJP did not have a single seat in Mauranipur, but three Panchayat district members won that election. This shows that the soil of the BJP has been strengthened in rural politics. The percentage of votes has also increased. Apart from that, national or regional issues do not dominate the Panchayat elections. These elections are held on local issues. Even so, the BJP’s interference in rural politics has increased.

– Bihari Lal Arya, MLA Mauranipur

The condition of SP is thin

Jhansi In rural politics, the Samajwadi party dominates one-sidedly. This can be seen from the fact that the Panchayat district of the Samajwadi Party had 16 out of 24 members in the 2015 elections. The party easily made its Panchayat district president on the basis of an absolute majority in the house. Not only that, after the formation of the BJP government in the state, the chairman of the SP District Panchayat presidents was removed from Bundelkhand in all districts, but Jhansi remained an exception. Due to the large number of members in the House, the SP remained chairman of the District Panchayat President for five years. However, when the Panchayat elections were concluded, the state of the SP deteriorated. SP has fallen from 16 to four seats.

The Samajwadi Party’s authorized candidates may have won by four, but there are four seats that the SP people have won. The party has not announced any candidates for these seats. Apart from that, the SP is also allied with two other newly elected members. This is the situation where, at the behest of BJP, there has been great disruption from the vote to the counting of votes. It can be deduced from this that the candidates hardly received any certificates after twenty-four hours. The rural electorate has rejected the BJP, while the SP has retained its influence.

– Dr. Chandrapal Singh Yadav, former MP

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