SP wins district Panchayat elections, Bjp limited to just seven seats

Rampur. The SP has gained a head start in the election of the District Panchayat member. From the 34 districts of Panchayat district, 11 won SP-supported candidates. At the same time, only seven candidates supported by BJP were able to win. Three BSP-sponsored and two congressional candidates won. Independent candidates have won other seats.
The SP has once again maintained its dominance in the politics of the Panchayat district. In the last election of the Panchayat district, the SP had a strong majority. In the last election, the BJP won five seats and supporters of Abdul Salam won five seats. Apart from that, around 25 candidates had supported the SP. After a change of government in the state, however, the SP president of the Panchayat district was deposed by a motion of no confidence in Master Lakhan Singh. Even after the government in the state, the BJP-backed candidates managed to win just seven seats in the election of the Zilla Panchayat member. In many seats, BJP candidates won by a small margin. Candidates backed by the BJP have also suffered the brunt of the peasant movement. Disgruntled farmers didn’t vote for BJP candidates. In many counties, BJP rebels have spoiled the game. BJP has also suffered from disruptions in candidate selection. The BJP had put up many of the city-based candidates for the elections in Zilla Panchayat. Apart from that, the candidates who were supported at the behest of the great leaders did not win. SP District President Akhilesh Kumar says 11 of our candidates won the elections. Apart from that, five to six independent candidates belonging to the SP have won. He has claimed that the next president of Panchayat district will be the SP. A claim is made for this.
Panchayat district data
Members total 34
SP 11
BJP 07
BSP 03
Congress 02
Independent 11

Rampur. The SP has gained a head start in the election of the District Panchayat member. From the 34 districts of Panchayat district, 11 won SP-supported candidates. At the same time, only seven candidates supported by BJP were able to win. Three BSP-sponsored and two congressional candidates won. Independent candidates have won other seats.

The SP has once again maintained its dominance in the politics of the Panchayat district. In the last election of the Panchayat district, the SP had a strong majority. In the last election, the BJP won five seats and supporters of Abdul Salam won five seats. Apart from that, around 25 candidates had supported the SP. After a change of government in the state, however, the SP president of the Panchayat district was deposed by a motion of no confidence in Master Lakhan Singh. Even after the government in the state, the BJP-backed candidates managed to win just seven seats in the election of the Zilla Panchayat member. In many seats, BJP candidates won by a small margin. Candidates backed by the BJP have also suffered the brunt of the peasant movement. Disgruntled farmers didn’t vote for BJP candidates. In many counties, BJP rebels have spoiled the game. BJP has also suffered from disruptions in candidate selection. The BJP had put up many of the city-based candidates for the elections in Zilla Panchayat. Apart from that, the candidates who were supported at the behest of the great leaders did not win. SP District President Akhilesh Kumar says 11 of our candidates won the elections. Apart from that, five to six independent candidates belonging to the SP have won. He has claimed that the next president of Panchayat district will be the SP. A claim is made for this.

Panchayat district data

Members total 34

SP 11

BJP 07

BSP 03

Congress 02

Independent 11

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