Wife and son of District President Devi Prasad Chaudhary defeated

Halia An Apna Dal (S), a BSP, an SP and an innocent candidate were elected in the seat of four Zilla Panchayat members of Halia. Apna Dal S committed candidate Rajkumar Patel of Halia Station number one of the local development bloc received 5,999 votes, defeating her closest rival BSP dedicated candidate Anjali Singh with 455 votes. Anjali Singh received 5544 votes.
Halia Station Number Two BSP candidate Rakesh Kumar Punj defeated Urmila Chaudhary, wife of SP District President Devi Prasad Chaudhary, SP’s closest SP candidate, by 1,466 votes after receiving 5,555 votes. Urmila received 4089. Similarly, the BJP-committed candidate Sarvesh Kumar Kanaujia had to face defeat. SP, Mahan Dal-backed candidate Amravati Devi from station number three, received 3,100 votes, defeating BJP-backed candidate Geeta Singh with 217 votes. Geeta Singh received 2,883 votes. Vidya Singh, the sister-in-law of the National Secretary General of BJP, Arun Singh, had to be satisfied with 826 votes. BJP rebel candidate Ramsagar Kol of Halia Station number four won 5312 votes and defeated his closest rival Nirdal Amresh Kumar with 3617 votes. Committed BJP candidate SC ST Vice President Maniram Cole finished third. Engineer Akhilesh Chaudhary, son of SP-dedicated SP district president Devi Prasad Chaudhary, also came fourth.

Halia An Apna Dal (S), a BSP, an SP and an innocent candidate were elected in the seat of four Zilla Panchayat members of Halia. Apna Dal S committed candidate Rajkumar Patel of Halia Station number one of the local development bloc received 5,999 votes, defeating her closest rival BSP dedicated candidate Anjali Singh with 455 votes. Anjali Singh received 5544 votes.

Halia Station Number Two BSP candidate Rakesh Kumar Punj defeated Urmila Chaudhary, wife of SP District President Devi Prasad Chaudhary, SP’s closest SP candidate, by 1,466 votes after receiving 5,555 votes. Urmila received 4089. Similarly, the BJP-committed candidate Sarvesh Kumar Kanaujia had to face defeat. SP, Mahan Dal-backed candidate Amravati Devi from station number three, received 3,100 votes, defeating BJP-backed candidate Geeta Singh with 217 votes. Geeta Singh received 2,883 votes. Vidya Singh, the sister-in-law of the National Secretary General of BJP, Arun Singh, had to be satisfied with 826 votes. BJP rebel candidate Ramsagar Kol of Halia Station number four won 5312 votes and defeated his closest rival Nirdal Amresh Kumar with 3617 votes. Committed BJP candidate SC ST Vice President Maniram Cole finished third. Engineer Akhilesh Chaudhary, son of SP-dedicated SP district president Devi Prasad Chaudhary, also came fourth.

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