Politics In Bageshwar – This time women are also claiming from BJP, Congress

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Bageshwar. With the elections approaching, the army of contenders has also started increasing. This time half the population has also beat for the ticket. After the formation of the state, no national party fielded a woman from the Bageshwar seat. This time the claim of women from both the parties from Bageshwar seat has also come to the fore. For the Kapkot seat, the claim of women from any party has not yet come to the fore.
This time the Congress Mahila Seva Dal’s district president Sunita Tamta has submitted a claim for the Bageshwar seat. Sunita argues that women constitute half of the population. This time the party should give ticket to the woman. Congress’s Balkrishna, Ranjit Das, Sajjan Lal Tamta, Bhairav ​​Nath Tamta are also contesting from Bageshwar seat. Balakrishna had contested the last election on a Congress ticket.
Saraswati Tamta was an MLA from Bageshwar seat in undivided Uttar Pradesh in 1969 and 1974. After the formation of the state, no party played bet on a woman candidate. Former District Panchayat President Deepa Arya is also contesting from BJP this time.
Chandan Ram Das, a three-time MLA from the BJP, is a strong contender. The only contender for the Congress in Kapkot seat is former MLA Lalit Farswan. Former Chief Minister Harish Rawat, who visited Kapkot on November 13, has also appealed to the public in favor of Farswan.
Balwant Singh Bhoryal, the sitting MLA from BJP, is a strong contender in Kapkot seat. Former MLAs Sher Singh Gadhia, Suresh Gadiya are also thumping. The fight of Bhupesh Upadhyay from AAP’s Kapkot and Basant Kumar from Bageshwar seat is believed to be fixed but SP, BSP, UPPA including Ukrand have not yet opened their cards.

Bageshwar. With the elections approaching, the army of contenders has also started increasing. This time half the population has also beat for the ticket. After the formation of the state, no national party fielded a woman from the Bageshwar seat. This time the claim of women from both the parties from Bageshwar seat has also come to the fore. For the Kapkot seat, the claim of women from any party has not yet come to the fore.

This time the Congress Mahila Seva Dal’s district president Sunita Tamta has submitted a claim for the Bageshwar seat. Sunita argues that women constitute half of the population. This time the party should give ticket to the woman. Congress’s Balkrishna, Ranjit Das, Sajjan Lal Tamta, Bhairav ​​Nath Tamta are also contesting from Bageshwar seat. Balakrishna had contested the last election on a Congress ticket.

Saraswati Tamta was an MLA from Bageshwar seat in undivided Uttar Pradesh in 1969 and 1974. After the formation of the state, no party played bet on a woman candidate. Former District Panchayat President Deepa Arya is also contesting from BJP this time.

Chandan Ram Das, a three-time MLA from the BJP, is a strong contender. The only contender for the Congress in Kapkot seat is former MLA Lalit Farswan. Former Chief Minister Harish Rawat, who visited Kapkot on November 13, has also appealed to the public in favor of Farswan.

Balwant Singh Bhoryal, the sitting MLA from BJP, is a strong contender in Kapkot seat. Former MLAs Sher Singh Gadhia, Suresh Gadiya are also thumping. The fight of Bhupesh Upadhyay from AAP’s Kapkot and Basant Kumar from Bageshwar seat is believed to be fixed but SP, BSP, UPPA including Ukrand have not yet opened their cards.