Sp Gains In Panchayat District, many Bjp veterans are shocked

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Jaunpur Candidates supported by SP have an advantage over contributions from Zilla Panchayat members. In a total of 83 candidates supported by SP won more than 30 seats. The BJP is reduced by half. Independents also did better. However, the official numbers weren’t released until late that night when the results were not disclosed. Based on the trends received from the block, assuming that his victory was confirmed, the candidate remained frozen in the collector to receive the certificate. Resentment was also seen among candidates for the negligent attitude of the administration.
The BJP nominated candidates from a total of 83 districts in Panchayat district. The BSP and Congress had announced candidates for most of the seats. The SP had not made anyone an authorized candidate, but those associated with the party openly fought with the flag banner. The result was also very favorable for SP. The SP leaders said they had won more than 30 seats. Shyam Babu Yadav, the brother of State Minister Girishchand Yadav from Karanjakala Parish number one, prevailed against Krishnchand Yadav from SP with 823 votes. The daughter-in-law of the former Panchayat president of SP, Kalawati Yadav, and the wife of Dr. Jitendra Yadav, SP leader, and the fearless Nishi Yadav of former MP Swaro Arjun Singh Yadav with 12,600 votes in front. Defeated Shamim Bano by their closest rival MIM with 7147 votes. From station number three, her daughter-in-law Anita Yadav was ahead with 6945 votes. Station No. 4 at Mamta Yadav, five at Draupadi Yadav, nine at Bhanmati Devi, 12 at Saroja Devi, 13 at Kiran Gautam, 14 at Mahendra Bind, 15 at Surendra Yadav, 16 at Neelam Singh, 17 at Madhuri Jaiswal, 18 at Subedar Singh, station number 19 to Sarvesh Rajbhar, 20 to Shiv Pratap Singh alias Notte, 22 to Nisha Singh, 23 to Rammanorath, 24 to Ashok Yadav, 25 to Mahendra Yadav, 26 to Nagina Singh, 27 to Ramasare, station number 33 Dinesh Yadav, 34 to Arvind Saroj, 35 to Laxmishankar Yadav, 36 to Ravi, 37 to Anjana Pandey, 38 to Anita Devi, station number 39 to Amar Bahadur Yadav, 41 to Vijay Saroj, 44 to Vikas Yadav Bindali, 45 to Srikala Dhananjay Singh, 46 to Ankush Yadav, 47 to Sandeep Yadav, 48 to Ram Singh Yadav, 49 to Prabha Yadav, 50 to Anita Bharat Yaduvanshi, 51 to Priti Pal, 53 to Usha Dubey, 54 to Basant Patel, 55 to Lalai Saroj, 56 to Sunita Verma, 57 to Varun Dubey, 58 to Nirmala Sonkar, 59 to Rita Patel, 62 to Sunita Patel, 63 to Pawan Gupta, 64 to Krishna Singh, 65 to Ranjana Singh, 66 to Rajman, 67 to Hansa Devi, 68 to Tiger Singh Chauhan, Rajkumar Yadav of 69, Am of 70 Resh Ratan Singh Rangeele, 71 to Janata Yadav, 72 to Bhima Yadav, 73 to Sushila Yadav, 74 to Rambachan Saroj, 75 to Dimpu Singh, 76 to Sachin Yadav, 77 to Rajmati Devi, 78 to Uma Bharti, 79 to Shrutikirti Singh, 79 Akhilesh Yadav of 80, Vidya Devi of 81, Ekta Singh of 82 and Usha Kiran of station number 83 lay in front of them. There was no official announcement of his victory until late at night.

Jaunpur Candidates supported by SP have an advantage over contributions from Zilla Panchayat members. In a total of 83 candidates supported by SP won more than 30 seats. The BJP is reduced by half. Independents also did better. However, the official numbers weren’t released until late that night when the results were not disclosed. Based on the trends received from the block, assuming that his victory was confirmed, the candidate remained frozen in the collector to receive the certificate. Resentment was also seen among candidates for the negligent attitude of the administration.

The BJP nominated candidates from a total of 83 districts in Panchayat district. The BSP and Congress had announced candidates for most of the seats. The SP had not made anyone an authorized candidate, but those associated with the party openly fought with the flag banner. The result was also very favorable for SP. The SP leaders said they had won more than 30 seats. Shyam Babu Yadav, the brother of State Minister Girishchand Yadav from Karanjakala Parish number one, prevailed against Krishnchand Yadav from SP with 823 votes. The daughter-in-law of the former Panchayat president of SP, Kalawati Yadav, and the wife of Dr. Jitendra Yadav, SP leader, and the fearless Nishi Yadav of former MP Swaro Arjun Singh Yadav with 12,600 votes in front. Defeated Shamim Bano by their closest rival MIM with 7147 votes. From station number three, her daughter-in-law Anita Yadav was ahead with 6945 votes. Station No. 4 at Mamta Yadav, five at Draupadi Yadav, nine at Bhanmati Devi, 12 at Saroja Devi, 13 at Kiran Gautam, 14 at Mahendra Bind, 15 at Surendra Yadav, 16 at Neelam Singh, 17 at Madhuri Jaiswal, 18 at Subedar Singh, station number 19 to Sarvesh Rajbhar, 20 to Shiv Pratap Singh alias Notte, 22 to Nisha Singh, 23 to Rammanorath, 24 to Ashok Yadav, 25 to Mahendra Yadav, 26 to Nagina Singh, 27 to Ramasare, station number 33 Dinesh Yadav, 34 to Arvind Saroj, 35 to Laxmishankar Yadav, 36 to Ravi, 37 to Anjana Pandey, 38 to Anita Devi, station number 39 to Amar Bahadur Yadav, 41 to Vijay Saroj, 44 to Vikas Yadav Bindali, 45 to Srikala Dhananjay Singh, 46 to Ankush Yadav, 47 to Sandeep Yadav, 48 to Ram Singh Yadav, 49 to Prabha Yadav, 50 to Anita Bharat Yaduvanshi, 51 to Priti Pal, 53 to Usha Dubey, 54 to Basant Patel, 55 to Lalai Saroj, 56 to Sunita Verma, 57 to Varun Dubey, 58 to Nirmala Sonkar, 59 to Rita Patel, 62 to Sunita Patel, 63 to Pawan Gupta, 64 to Krishna Singh, 65 to Ranjana Singh, 66 to Rajman, 67 to Hansa Devi, 68 to Tiger Singh Chauhan, Rajkumar Yadav of 69, Am of 70 Resh Ratan Singh Rangeele, 71 to Janata Yadav, 72 to Bhima Yadav, 73 to Sushila Yadav, 74 to Rambachan Saroj, 75 to Dimpu Singh, 76 to Sachin Yadav, 77 to Rajmati Devi, 78 to Uma Bharti, 79 to Shrutikirti Singh, 79 Akhilesh Yadav of 80, Vidya Devi of 81, Ekta Singh of 82 and Usha Kiran of station number 83 There was no official announcement of his victory until late at night.

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