Up Panchayat Election 2021 Result: Samajwadi Party strong in Panchayat Chunav and Bjp weak in Purvanchal – UP Panchayat Election: BJP’s land in Purvanchal, BJP seen strong in villages

Shashank Mishra, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Geetarjun Gautam
Updated Wed, May 05, 2021 9:10 AM IST

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The result of the Panchayat elections in the districts of Purvanchal, including Varanasi, shocked the BJP. BJP account is not open in many places then there has been a disappointing performance in many places. SP’s strong position has contributed to the problems facing the BJP.

The BJP, which was exposed to workers prior to the general election, has suffered disappointments in Purvanchal. In the results of the three-stage Panchayat elections, the political soil of the BJP appears to be mixed. While the high penetration of SP in rural areas indicates the new political equation.

The BJP was unable to open the district Panchayat member’s account in the Harhua, Baragaon and Araji Line blocks in Varanasi. Indeed, the poor electoral management and the scattered BJP team have again suffered severe defeat. Previously, the BJP tried to join the Purvanchal after the teachers and hands of the SP in the elections, but in those student union elections, NSUI-backed officials challenged the functioning of the BJP.

Now, winning just 7 seats in the 40 seats of Varanasi of Panchayat district in the Panchayat elections has revealed the truth about BJP’s struggling and weak constituent organization. On the other hand, the SP’s strong performance in the Panchayat elections shows its strength in rural areas. However, 10 SP candidates won. Now, but after adding its fate, the SP takes the win on 15 seats. Most importantly, at the seat of the Rouhania Assembly in Varanasi, the constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, only 1 candidate won in 1 Sevapuri.

On the other hand, many veterans in Purvanchal suffered a setback in the Panchayat elections. The daughter-in-law of former District Panchayat President Sankata Patel of Varanasi was only defeated by Chhota Patel after her party. In Mirzapur, the BJP vice-president of the SC-ST commission, the young BJP leader Maniram Cole lost the election to the district Panchayat member. He moved up to third place.

Here the engineer son of SP district president Dilip Chaudhary, Akhilesh Chaudhary, had set up from station number 3 in Bihar. He also lost the election of the district panchayat member. In Azamgarh, the BJP-backed Zilla Panchayat candidate Jyoti Rai was severely defeated. Jyoti is the daughter-in-law of former district president Vishnu Rai.

Vinod is the vice president of the BJP in Gorakhpur Province. In Azamgarh itself, Prakash Rai, the brother of former BJP President Prem Prakash Rai and nephew Akash Rai, lost the election of district Panchayat members Sameda and Gajhra. His brother Om Prakash Rai also went to Sathianav.

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The BJP, which was exposed to workers prior to the general election, has suffered disappointments in Purvanchal. In the results of the three-stage Panchayat elections, the political soil of the BJP appears to be mixed. While the high penetration of SP in rural areas is indicative of the new political equation.

The BJP was unable to open the district Panchayat member’s account in the Harhua, Baragaon and Araji Line blocks in Varanasi. Indeed, the poor electoral management and the scattered BJP team have again suffered severe defeat. Previously, the BJP tried to join the Purvanchal after the teachers and hands of the SP in the elections, but in those student union elections, NSUI-backed officials challenged the functioning of the BJP.

Now, winning just 7 seats in the 40 seats of Varanasi of Panchayat district in the Panchayat elections has revealed the truth about BJP’s struggling and weak constituent organization. On the other hand, the SP’s strong performance in the Panchayat elections shows its strength in rural areas. However, 10 SP candidates have won. Now, but after adding its fate, the SP takes the win on 15 seats. Most importantly, at the seat of the Rouhania Assembly in Varanasi, the constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, only 1 candidate won in 1 Sevapuri.

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