The ‘Agneepath’ of the election is ready
The picture of the chessboard laid for the local body elections of MP has now become completely clear. Everyone’s eyes are also on Jabalpur, the first municipal corporation of the state. As soon as the process of withdrawing the names of the candidates who had entered the election fray, the election symbols were also allotted to the candidates. A total of 16 candidates had filed nomination papers to try their luck for the post of mayor, in which the nomination of one candidate was rejected. After this, on the last day of withdrawal of nominations, 3 mayoral candidates withdrew their names from the election. Similarly, out of a total of 564 applications for councilors of 79 wards, 12 applications were rejected due to several lapses and 189 candidates left the election. In this way, now a total of 11 candidates for the post of mayor and 375 candidates for the post of councilor are standing on the election pitch. Now all eyes are on ‘Agneepath’ ready for elections.
These mayoral candidates left the electoral fray
With the commencement of the election process, there was a competition among all the parties and many independents to contest the elections. Various speculations were being made from ticket distribution to nomination admission. Especially for the post of mayor, such faces also came to the election office to submit the form, which had forced the election pundits to prepare other equations. But when the picture of the candidates was cleared on the last day of withdrawal of nominations in the election process, now a different math is being applied. Thaneshwar Mahawar from Shiv Sena, Rais Wali from Aam Aadmi Party, Rakesh Samundre from BSP, Naval Gupta, an independent, withdrew as mayor candidates.
Now these mayor candidates remain in the fray
|serial number||candidate’s name||Party|
|1||Jagat Bahadur Singh Annu||weight|
|2||Dr. Jitendra Jamdar||B J P|
|4||Q. Rashmi Porte||gongpa|
Shiv Sena and AAP did not get B-form
Whether the mayor candidate or councilor candidate leaving the election field, everyone has their own story behind taking the name. Somebody is arguing that the B-form is not available to contest the election from the party, then someone has put the party in the dock from which he got the ticket. In such situations, the market of politics is also hot. Shiv Sena’s Thaneshwar Mahawar says that due to the ongoing political upheaval in Maharashtra, his B-form did not come. Here Rais Wali of Aam Aadmi Party held the party responsible for leaving the election field. According to him, on the basis of which the party gave the ticket, he later cheated by not giving the B-form. If the party had to put a ban on contesting the elections, then why not tell them to give tickets and submit the form? Along with the general public, BJP leaders also had a keen eye on the candidate of Aam Aadmi Party.
Now all eyes are on stormy propaganda and promises
After the final status of the candidates contested in the election, now the election campaign will gain momentum. Although the candidates had started campaigning as soon as the tickets were finalized, but now it will gain more momentum. The public’s eyes are also on the methods of garnering support from door to door of the common voter. Which leader is making what ground promise for his area this time, voters are also sensing it. The same candidates and party supporters are also knocking from place to place and trying to grope the minds of the people so that in any case their bag is filled with the winning votes. Like every time, the main contest this time too is between BJP and Congress.