In the UP Panchayat elections, where the candidates are going door-to-door seeking votes. At the same time, outside the village of Bishra, the villagers have put a board and banned the arrival of SP-BSP workers in the village.
SP-BSP’s increased problems
Due to the Panchayat Election, all the candidates are going to the village and demonstrating. Meanwhile, a board has been installed in Bisahara village which was discussed in the Akhlaq massacre. This has blown the senses of the candidates of the area. The villagers have expressed anger for SP-BSP (Anger for BSP-SP). At the same time, the workers and candidates of both these parties have been banned from entering the village. Villagers have expressed their displeasure at sending Thakurs to jail.
It has been written in the board that SP-BSP workers who put Thakurs in jail are not allowed to come to the village, all the villagers. Seeing this board, the candidates of both parties have lost sleep. All the political parties in the state are putting their candidates in the fray. BJP, SP, BSP and Rashtriya Lok Dal have all fielded their candidates. At such a time, this kind of board has become a matter of concern for the SP-BSP.
Police cautious about elections
At the same time, looking at the panchayat elections, the police is very cautious. On Tuesday, Commissioner Alog Singh along with officials reviewed the security arrangements on the Yamuna Expressway. During this time, the commissioner has given necessary instructions to the PRV, PCR, highway patrolling team. The commissioner inspected the top officials along with the jewelery. During this, all the top officials including Additional Commissioner of Police Luv Kumar, Deputy Commissioner of Police Harish Chander, Deputy Commissioner of Police Greater Noida Rajesh Kumar Singh, were present on the spot.
Strange demand of voter
In the UP Panchayat elections, while the candidates are not allowing any opportunity to woo the voters on the one hand, the voters are also making strange demands in front of the candidates. The case is of Ramnagar village in Lucknow. The wife of a person named Radhe of the village got angry with her and left the house 6 months ago. Radhe says that whichever candidate considers his wife and brings him back home, his vote will go to him only. In lieu of votes, Radhe has placed a condition of bringing his estranged wife back home in front of the candidates.
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