Up Panchayat elections: Panchayat elections are due in Uttar Pradesh. Bjp has recently released a list of its candidates. It does not give tickets to a single Hindu Yuva Vahini worker for maharajganj panchayat elections. Angered by this, the Hindu Yuva Vahini has also decided to fight against the BJP. This is the first time that the family of MP Pankaj Chaudhary is not coming down.
The BJP on Tuesday released a new list of candidates for panchayat elections in Uttar Pradesh. The list also contained the names of candidates for maharajganj panchayat elections. Two types of controversies have arisen as soon as the list is released. First, there is no hindu yuva vahini worker from Maharajganj on the list, which has added to their displeasure. The Hindu Yuva Vahini says he will contest elections, even if there is a BJP candidate in front. And secondly, for the first time, no zilla panchayat member from the family of Pankaj Chaudhary, an MP here in Maharajganj, will contest the election.
Hindu Yuva Vahini District Collector Narasimha Pandey says the list of activists contesting the elections was handed over to the state office of the Hindu Yuva Vahini. The BJP list has been released. It does not give tickets to our workers. In that case, we will enter the fray with the face of CM Yogi Adityanath. All the candidates in the opposition camp will be firmly contested. Even if he is a BJP candidate.
On the other hand, ever since the formation of Maharajganj district, the chair of the Zilla Panchayat President had remained with the members of the Chaudhary family or trusted close ones. This is the second time in the election of the Zilla Panchayat President that the MP’s family has walked out of the electoral race. Earlier in the 2010 elections, the seat of zilla panchayat president was reserved for scheduled women. At that time, the MP had fielded Dharma Devi, wife of his trusted Nandlal Ambedkar. Rahul Chaudhary, nephew of MP Pankaj Chaudhary, had landed here in 2015 but could not win the zilla panchayat member’s election. This time it was believed that a member of the Chaudhary family would become the president after winning the panchayat member’s election this time. But bjp guidelines put a brake on it.
In fact, the BJP had issued strict instructions that no family or relative of any MP or MLA could be fielded even in the elections. So no one from Pankaj Chaudhary’s family filed nominations this time and distanced himself from the election.
The brahmins’ displeasure has come to the fore as soon as the BJP’s list for the post of zilla panchayat member is released. Jagdish Mishra, representative of MP Pankaj Chaudhary from Ward No. 8, had entered the political fray. The promotion swelled, but he doesn’t even have a name on the list. Political analysts say the Brahmin candidate has been removed to garner the votes of Kurmi and Patel. Sachindra Nath Dwivedi, former student union president of Jawaharlal Nehru PG College, has jumped into the election summer from this ward. He says the BJP has neglected the Brahmins in the election for the post of zilla panchayat member. Jagdish Mishra has been dropped from the list after campaigning in the fray. He has entered the fray for the identity of brahmins. Live TV