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Councilors became rebel husband and wife from BJP: Long-time selected sandalwood sapera and wife won independent councilor's election

Councilors became rebel husband and wife from BJP: Long-time selected sandalwood sapera and wife won independent councilor's election

In the second phase of Panna Urban Body elections, elections were held for the post of councilor in Gunore, Amanganj and Powai Municipal Council in Panna district. In which, a well-known BJP leader from Gunore, Chandan Sapera rebelled from his own party and won the election from 2 wards of Gunore Municipal Council. From No. 12, his wife Poonam Sapera won the election, while he contested himself from Ward No. 13 And became a councilor. According to the information, Chandan Sapera was active in the politics of the Bharatiya Janata Party for a long time and he also claimed for tickets in the assembly elections. At that time this name is being made in a lot of discussion, but as soon as the Gunore Gram Panchayat was converted into a city council and the urban body elections were announced, he asked for a councilor post for himself and his wife from the Bharatiya Janata Party for the post of councilor. . But the Bharatiya Janata Party organization refused to give two tickets. It was only agreed to give a ticket. On which he refused and independents from ward number 12 of the city council Gunore, Poonam Sapera and ward number 13, got independents in the electoral ground themselves. As soon as the results were declared as soon as the results were declared. Similarly, both husband and wife won the election for the post of councilor and defeated his wife from ward number 12 and defeated his nearest Congress candidate Sunita, who could get only 64 votes, so Poonam Sapera by Poonam Sapera by a margin of 180 votes. Won the election won. Ward number 13 Chandan Sapera got 279 votes and his nearest BJP candidate Ramlal Chaudhary got only 162 votes. Chandan Sapera won the election for the post of councilor by 117 votes. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 6:11 am
Amitesh Kumar
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