Zila Panchayat President Post depends on non-party candidates

Gauriganj (Amethi). After the results of the three-stage Panchayat election, the Mahasangram was fought for the post of District Panchayat President. In the stronghold of Union Minister Smriti Irani, the kingmaker of the President of the Panchayat district will have 12 independents.
After the election as the unrestricted Panchayat chairman of the district, ten of the most supported SP candidates were only able to win eight BJP candidates. As of now, no one has officially released anyone’s name for the presidency.
Even so, the exercise has begun to win the support of the 12 candidates for president.
In the constituency of Union Minister Smriti Irani, the BJP was unable to win its election as a district Panchayat member. The result of the Panchayat elections shook the armament of all parties.
Alam is that after the counting of the votes on May 2nd, only two supported candidates of the Congress could win the first Gandhi family in the stronghold of Union Minister Smriti Irani, while the BJP also fell back with an absolute majority.
Only eight candidates supported by the BJP in the DDC were able to win. At the same time, ten candidates supported by SP surprised everyone with the election victory. Three of the BSP and one of the Jansatta Dal Loktantrik Party as well as twelve of the nominees managed to win. The support of 19 DDCs is necessary to hold the presidency of the President in the 36-seat Zilla Panchayat.
The name of the supported presidential candidate was not officially released by any party until Friday. Nonetheless, the potential candidates have started to revise 12 candidates to hold their presidency.
If the sources are to be believed, Gauriganj MLA Rakesh Pratap Singh, who is close to Smriti from BJP and SP from his wife Sheelam Singh, will be a candidate for president.
Since the results, both have done their best to win the party-backed DDC along with the relentless winners of the Zilla Panchayat members.
They contact elected members and their relatives every day. For now, only time will tell who will hold the presidency of the President. It is certain, however, that Nirmal’s role as kingmaker will remain in the constituency of the EU minister.
List of elected members
Ward-1- Dharmendra Kumar (SP)
Ward-2- Udayaraj Yadav (Nirdal)
Ward-3- Madhuri (Nirdal)
Ward-4- Kanchan (Nirdal)
Ward-5 – Shalini (BJP)
Ward- 6- Vishal Vikram Singh (BJP)
Ward-7-Motin (SP)
Ward-8-Sheelam Singh (SP)
Ward-9-Mohanlal (Nirdal)
Ward-10 – Taslim Arif (Congress)
Ward-11-Zubaida Khatoon (Nirmal)
Ward-12-Vikas Yadav (SP)
Ward-13-Rajendra Kumar (SP)
Ward-14-Nirmala (BJP)
Ward-15-Manju Tiwari (Nirdal)
Ward-16-Uma Devi (BJP)
Ward-17-Satna (Congress)
Ward-18-Ram Krishna Bharti (BJP)
Ward-19-Urmila Devi (BSP)
Ward-20 – Nirmala Devi (SP)
Ward-21-Nafees Ahmed (Jan Shaktadal)
Ward-22-Archana Tripathi (Nirdal)
Ward-23-Savita Singh (Nirdal)
Ward-24-Ramsuphal (SP)
Ward-25-Krishna Dev (SP)
Ward-26-Abhishek Kumar (BJP)
Ward-27-Renu Prajapati (Nirdal)
Ward-28-Neelam (SP)
Ward – 29- Abhay Pratap Singh (Nirdal)
Ward-30-Rajesh Kumar Agrahari (BJP)
Ward – 31- Mukesh Yadav (Nirdal)
Ward – 32- Jayashyam (Nirdal)
Ward – 33- Jagannath Pandey (BJP)
Ward-34 Subedar (SP)
Ward-35-Namrata Jaiswal (BSP)
Ward-36-Priyanka Yadav (BSP)

Gauriganj (Amethi). Following the results of the three-stage Panchayat election, the Mahasangram for the post of District Panchayat President was broken. In the stronghold of Union Minister Smriti Irani, the kingmaker of the President of the Panchayat district will have 12 independents.

After the election as the unrestricted Panchayat chairman of the district, ten of the most supported SP candidates were only able to win eight BJP candidates. Until now, no one has officially made a public name for the office of President.

Even so, the exercise has begun to garner the support of 12 innocent candidates for the presidency.

In the constituency of Union Minister Smriti Irani, the BJP was unable to win its election as a district Panchayat member. The result of the Panchayat elections shook the armament of all parties.

Alam is that after the counting of the votes on May 2, only two supported candidates of the Congress could win the first Gandhi family in the stronghold of Union Minister Smriti Irani, while the BJP also remained behind with an absolute majority.

Only eight candidates supported by the BJP in the DDC were able to win. At the same time, ten candidates supported by the SP surprised everyone with an election victory. Three of the BSP and one of the Jansatta Dal Loktantrik Party as well as twelve nominees managed to win. The support of 19 DDCs is necessary to maintain the presidency of the 36-seat Zilla Panchayat.

The name of the supported presidential candidate was not officially released by any party until Friday. Nonetheless, potential candidates have begun revising 12 candidates to hold their presidency.

If the sources are to be believed, Gauriganj MLA Rakesh Pratap Singh, who is close to Smriti from BJP and SP from his wife Sheelam Singh, will be a candidate for president.

Since the results, both have done their best to win the party-backed DDC along with the relentlessly victorious Zilla Panchayat members.

They contact elected members and their relatives every day. For now, only time will tell who will hold the presidency of the President. However, it is certain that Nirmal’s role as kingmaker will remain in the constituency of the EU minister.

List of elected members

Ward-1- Dharmendra Kumar (SP)

Ward-2- Udayaraj Yadav (Nirdal)

Ward-3- Madhuri (Nirdal)

Ward-4- Kanchan (Nirmal)

Ward-5 – Shalini (BJP)

Ward- 6- Vishal Vikram Singh (BJP)

Ward-7-Motin (SP)

Ward-8-Sheelam Singh (SP)

Ward-9-Mohanlal (Nirdal)

Ward-10 – Taslim Arif (Congress)

Ward-11-Zubaida Khatoon (Nirmal)

Ward-12-Vikas Yadav (SP)

Ward-13-Rajendra Kumar (SP)

Ward-14-Nirmala (BJP)

Ward-15-Manju Tiwari (Nirdal)

Ward-16-Uma Devi (BJP)

Ward-17-Satna (Congress)

Ward-18-Ram Krishna Bharti (BJP)

Ward-19-Urmila Devi (BSP)

Ward-20 – Nirmala Devi (SP)

Ward-21-Nafees Ahmed (Jan Shaktadal)

Ward-22-Archana Tripathi (Nirdal)

Ward-23-Savita Singh (Nirdal)

Ward-24-Ramsuphal (SP)

Ward-25-Krishna Dev (SP)

Ward-26-Abhishek Kumar (BJP)

Ward-27-Renu Prajapati (Nirdal)

Ward-28-Neelam (SP)

Ward – 29- Abhay Pratap Singh (Nirdal)

Ward-30-Rajesh Kumar Agrahari (BJP)

Ward – 31- Mukesh Yadav (Nirdal)

Ward – 32- Jayashyam (Nirdal)

Ward – 33- Jagannath Pandey (BJP)

Ward-34 Subedar (SP)

Ward-35-Namrata Jaiswal (BSP)

Ward-36-Priyanka Yadav (BSP)

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