Digvijay Singh's hard work brought color: Congress's Chander Singh Sondhiya becomes District Panchayat President, won by 5 votes

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Digvijay Singh's hard work brought color: Congress's Chander Singh Sondhiya becomes District Panchayat President, won by 5 votes
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Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh's hard work has paid off for the election of the post of District Panchayat President in Rajgarh. Here Chander Singh Sondhiya of Congress has won the election of the District Panchayat President. Out of 18 district panchayat members of the district, 10 members won the Congress. At the same time, 7 members came by winning BJP. One member was an independent. In such a situation, just before the voting, the independent member also joined the Congress. Gangaram Parmar, a member of Ward -2, authorized Gangaram Parmar for the post of BJP President at 9.30 am. At the same time, the Congress authorized Congress State General Secretary Chander Singh Sondhiya at 10.30 am. After this, Congress leader Chander Singh Saundhiya won from 5 votes in voting. How many votes were received, in the counting of elections, Chandar Singh of Congress got 11 votes out of 18 wards in the district, while Gangaram Parmar of BJP got only 6 votes. meet. 1 vote was rejected. Digvijay Singh had arrived at night, Rajgarhjila Panchayat President reached Digvijay Singh Rajgarh just a day before the election. He discussed one to one with members at Hotel Rajbagh here. After the discussion, it was said that everyone has to vote in favor of the one who authorizes the party. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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