Block Chief Election: Bjp Won 648 Seats, Sp Claimed Victory On 100 Seats

After the panchayat, now the BJP has established its dominance in the block chief elections as well. The BJP has claimed victory in 648 out of 825 seats in the elections that concluded on Saturday amid ruckus, sabotage and violence. Of these, 334 were already elected unopposed. Voting for 476 posts was held on Saturday. The SP has claimed to win more than 100 seats. Independents have also captured more than 70 seats.

Earlier, there was ruckus, sabotage and firing in many districts, in which a dozen people were injured. The police had to use force and tear gas shells to control the situation. SP City in Etawah was slapped by BJP. At the same time, in Unnao, the journalist was beaten up by the CDO. In Achhalda block of Auraiya, the SDM slapped the employee alleging negligence. In Kanpur countryside, 50 rounds of bullets were fired between two parties standing in the election field. At the same time, alleging fake voting in Pratapgarh, the spies ran the police. In Barabanki, the BJP workers clashed with each other.

Victory of Yogi government’s policies and schemes: Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the victory of BJP in the election of Kshetra Panchayat President is a victory of Yogi government’s policies and schemes for public interest. PM Modi tweeted on Saturday evening that BJP has raised its flag even in the block chief elections in Uttar Pradesh. The people have benefited from the policies and schemes of public interest of the Yogi Adityanath government, which has been reflected in the party’s massive victory. The workers have also been congratulated on the victory of BJP in the election of Kshetra Panchayat President.

Etawah: Fierce clash between Police-BJP
There was a fierce clash between the police and the BJP workers in Badhpura block amid allegations of not allowing them to vote. The police first fired tear gas shells, then fired in the air. Meanwhile, a BJP man slapped SP City Prashant Kumar. However, the SSP said that there was a scuffle. The accused will be identified by watching the video and action will be taken against them. A video of a police officer here has also gone viral in which he is telling someone on the phone that BJP MLA and district president had brought bombs and sticks and beat up the police.

Unnao: CDO got furious if the crowd did not stop
CDO Divyanshu Patel has been accused of thrashing a journalist who had gone for coverage in Unnao’s Miyaganj block. It is alleged that while dispersing the crowd with sticks, he ran and beat the journalist. Angry media personnel sat on a dharna in front of the block office on Lucknow-Bangaramau road. The DM and SP tried to persuade, but the media persons were adamant on filing a report on the CDO and suspension.

Kanpur Dehat: Dispute with MLA side, firing 50 rounds
The BJP had not declared a candidate in Sarwankheda of Kanpur countryside. There, Urvashi Singh, wife of Atul Chandel associated with BJP and Maya Trivedi, sister-in-law of Kidwainagar Kanpur MLA Mahesh Trivedi, was in the fray. About 50 rounds of firing took place between the two sides in the dispute over voting there. The windows of more than twenty vehicles were broken.

Hathras: Vandalism in many vehicles including roadways buses
When the votes of SP and BJP supported candidates got equal in Sikandrau, there was stone pelting and firing. The miscreants also vandalized fiercely. Several vehicles including roadways buses were vandalized. During this many people were injured in stone pelting and firing.

Pratapgarh: Ruckus over fake voting in cabinet minister’s area
In Aspur Devsara block of Patti, the assembly constituency of Cabinet Minister Rajendra Pratap Singh ‘Moti Singh’, the SPs ran the police, alleging fake voting. Stones were pelted at the police. The police had to fire in the air to control the situation. Tear gas shells had to be fired.

Barabanki: BJPmen clashed with each other
In Trivediganj block of Barabanki, there was a fierce ruckus between BJP block chief candidate and former BJP leader and vehicles were vandalized. Being BJP from both the sides, the police appeared to be in a dilemma in taking action.

Sitapur: Weapons, sticks and explosives found from the car
In the first block area of ​​Sitapur, the police foiled a big conspiracy. Arms, sticks and inflammable substances were recovered from the vehicle of supporters of BJP candidate here. The police has arrested a youth.

BJP at 7 in Lucknow
The BJP has won seven out of eight seats in the capital Lucknow. One seat has gone to the independents. SP’s account was not even opened for the first time here.

Clean sweep in 14 districts
BJP has won elections in all the area panchayats of Lucknow, Varanasi, Ghaziabad, Agra, Badaun, Shahjahanpur, Shravasti, Gautam Budh Nagar, Pilibhit, Kannauj, Banda, Mahoba, Lalitpur, Sonbhadra districts.

Clean sweep in 14 districts
BJP has won elections in all the area panchayats of Lucknow, Varanasi, Ghaziabad, Agra, Badaun, Shahjahanpur, Shravasti, Gautam Budh Nagar, Pilibhit, Kannauj, Banda, Mahoba, Lalitpur, Sonbhadra districts.

The condition of the giants…
– SP supported Babita Singh, wife of Mahesh Singh, younger brother of former minister Pandit Singh, won in Rupidah of Gonda.
In Rae Bareli, Vaishali Singh, mother of Sadar MLA Aditi Singh and wife of late former MLA Akhilesh Singh, won from Amavan block.
In Harchandpur, MLC Dinesh Singh’s son Piyush Pratap Singh was elected block chief.
Former MLC Rakesh Pratap Singh’s son, BJP candidate Hanumant Singh won from Shivgarh block by lottery.

This is also amazing… BJP candidate didn’t even get his own vote.
In Bhetua block of Amethi, former minister Ashish Shukla’s son Akarsh won, but his victory was more talked about by the defeat of BJP candidate Sachendra Pratap Singh. Sachendra did not get a single vote. That too when he himself took part in the voting. That is, he did not even get his own vote.

9 out of 14 block chiefs of Apna Dal won
Out of 14 contesting elections with the support of Apna Dal (S), 9 candidates have won the post of Block Pramukh. National President of the party and Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Anupriya Patel and Working President Ashish Patel have congratulated all the newly elected block heads. This information has been given by party spokesperson Rajesh Srivastava. Let us inform that on the basis of the agreement reached with BJP, 14 blocks came in the share of Apna Dal (S). Out of these 9 block chiefs have won. These include Mayorpur and Babhani (Sonbhadra), Patehra Kalan (Mirzapur), Araji Lines and Baragaon (Varanasi), Saidabad (Prayagraj), Amauli and Devmai (Fatehpur) and Badpur (Siddharthnagar).

SP claims to have won more than 100 block chiefs
The Samajwadi Party has claimed to have won more than 100 block chiefs. The party says that most of the winners of independent elections are SP supporters. The SP alleges that in most places, SP supported BDC members were not even allowed to take part in the voting. After the defeat in the district panchayat, the SP was apprehensive about the block chief election. This is the reason why memorandums were continuously given to the Election Commission. Since morning on Saturday, senior party leaders were keeping an eye on the district-wise situation. During this, the district presidents of many districts kept giving information about stopping voting, fighting. Sometimes the senior party leaders kept apprising the senior officials of the district about the situation and sometimes they kept encouraging the party leaders. In the districts where party leaders were injured in the fight, they also kept on taking them. SP spokesperson Rajendra Chaudhary said that BJP has misused power. Party-backed BDC, block chief candidates were abducted and placed under house arrest.

In the election of Kshetra Panchayat President, BJP has played a dunk from west to east. Despite not officially fielding candidates in most places in the election of Kshetra Panchayat member, BJP has proved by winning 648 seats by contesting for the post of President in 735 Kshetra Panchayats, has proved that it is no longer limited to cities only but to villages. The party has made inroads. After the District Panchayat President, the BJP’s one-sided lead in the election of Kshetra Panchayat President has infused energy in the party for the 2022 assembly elections, while all the allegations and claims of opposition parties have been thrown out.

The SP-RLD alliance is most effective in the West and Braj region of the state. At the same time, the peasant movement against the agricultural laws was also limited to the districts of West and Braj. The election of the President of the Kshetra Panchayat is considered more grounded than the election of the President of the District Panchayat. In this election also BJP has performed better than expected in West and Braj. Out of 109 blocks in the West, BJP has won elections in 85 blocks. At the same time, in Braj too, in 112 out of 129 blocks, BJP candidates have been elected as block chiefs. By registering victory in 136 out of 173 blocks, the BJP has maintained its dominance in Awadh as well. The party’s winning streak continued in the Kanpur-Bundelkhand region, winning 90 out of 110 seats here. The party also won 109 out of 157 seats in the Kashi region, which is dominated by other smaller parties and Bahubali leaders, including the Subhaspa. On the other hand, in Gorakhpur region, it has maintained its influence by winning 116 seats out of 147.

SP’s performance was also better
The performance of SP has been better in Kshetra Panchayat President election as compared to District Panchayat President election. On the other hand, SP has won the maximum number of 24 seats in Awadh. It has won 21 seats in Kashi region, 18 in Gorakhpur region, 12 in Kanpur-Bundelkhand, 9 in Braj and 8 in West region. However, RLD, an ally of SP in Awadh, has also won some seats.

command of youth
The BJP commanded the election of District Panchayat and Kshetra Panchayat President in the hands of the youth. Amarpal Maurya, General Secretary in Awadh region, Subrata Pathak, MP and General Secretary of Kannauj in Kashi region, Priyanka Rawat, General Secretary and former MP in Kanpur-Bundelkhand region, Anoop Gupta, General Secretary in Gorakhpur region, Ashwini Tyagi in Braj. At the same time, with the West Zone, the command of the entire election was with the State General Secretary JPS Rathore.

Note- These figures are released by BJP.
Area District Block BJP SP Other
West – 14 – 109 – 85 – 8 – 16
Braj – 12 – 129 – 112 – 9 – 8
Kanpur-Bundelkhand – 14 – 110 – 90 – 12 – 5
Awadh – 13 – 173 – 136 – 24 – 13
Kashi – 12 -157 – 109 – 21 – 27
Gorakhpur – 10 – 147 – 116 – 18 – 13
Sum – 75 – 825 – 648 – 92 – 85

Total Area Panchayat – 826
Election held – 825
unopposed election – 349
BJP’s elected unopposed block chief – 334
Elected block chiefs of other parties including SP – 15
Polling held on Saturday – 476
BJP got victory – 314

District BJP SP Others
Lucknow 07 00 01
barabanki 09 04 02
Bahraich 12 00 02
Balrampur 08 00 01
gonda 14 01 00
Rae Bareli 11 02 05
Amethi 05 02 06
Ayodhya 09 01 01
Sitapur 15 03 01
Shravasti 05 00 00
ambedkarnagar 04 02 03
Sultanpur 11 01 02
Agra 15 00 00
Mathura 04 00 06
Firozabad 04 00 02
Mainpuri 06 01 02
eta 01 02 00
Kasganj 05 01 01
Prayagraj 10 10 03
Pratapgarh 07 00 10
Kaushambi 02 02 04
Bareilly 11 03 01
Lakhimpur Kheri 11 03 01
Shahjahanpur 05 00 00
Badaun 15 00 00
Pilibhit 04 00 03
Ghaziabad 04 00 00
Bulandshahr 11 01 04
Hapur 03 01 00
gautam budh nagar 04 00 00
Gorakhpur 18 00 02
Siddharthnagar 10 02 02
santkabirnagar 06 01 02
Basti 12 01 01
Deoria 12 02 02
Maharajganj 10 01 01
Kushinagar 12 02 00
Aligarh 10 00 02
Hathras 03 01 03
Jhansi 03 01 02
Lalitpur 06 00 00
Kanpur City 07 03 00
Kanpur Dehat 09 01 00
Fatehpur 12 01 00
Banda 08 00 00
Chitrakoot 05 00 00
Hamirpur 06 01 00
Mahoba 04 00 00
Jalaun 06 00 03
Etawah 01 04 03
Auraiya 05 01 01
Kannauj 08 00 00
Farrukhabad 05 00 02
Hardoi 15 01 03
Unnao 08 03 05
Meerut 11 00 03
Baghpat 03 00 03
Shamli 04 00 01
bijnor 10 00 01
Muzaffarnagar 07 01 01
Saharanpur 08 00 03
Moradabad 06 01 01
Rampur 05 00 01
Amroha 03 02 01
Steady 04 03 01
Varanasi 06 00 02
Ballia 08 04 05
mau 05 01 03
Ghazipur 11 04 01
Azamgarh 11 04 07
Sonbhadra 08 00 02
Jaunpur 14 02 05
Mirzapur 09 00 01
Bhadohi 03 00 03
Chandauli 08 01 00

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