Jagdish Jatav, a resident of Tuleda, who gave milk at Moti Dungri residence of Minister of State for Labor, Tikaram Julie, has become an unopposed district councilor from Ward 20. There are total 49 wards in Alwar. Jagdish Jatav has won from Congress even before the elections. In such a situation, the Congress has gone a step ahead regarding the election of the district chief. However, now only after the election results, it will be known who has the upper hand. Earlier, BJP could not field its candidates in three wards. Where he has given support to other candidates.
Jagdish Jatav, the head of a very poor family, runs the family by selling milk in only 20 to 22 houses. He earns hardly 15 thousand rupees a month from milk. They supply milk to only a few families in the city of Alwar. Councilor Jatav says that only special acquaintances give milk. Sell only pure milk. For years, these families have been giving milk. They also believe. Because of this, do not take milk from anyone other than me.
Jagdish was the first punch
Jagdish Jatav says that he has been a Panch from Tuleda village. He has been associated with the Congress party since the beginning. His wife is the vice-president of the District Mahila Congress, but he himself devotes time to party programs. This time the party reposed faith in him. He became president unopposed. How BJP candidate withdrew nomination. He is not aware, but it is necessary that the efforts of Minister of State for Labor Tikaram Julie and former Union Minister Jitendra Singh have been there. His strategy has worked. I will take decision in future also according to the leaders of the party.
Different statements of party leaders
In the matter of withdrawal of nomination of BJP candidate, Congress leaders say that the candidate himself has easily withdrawn his nomination. Whereas BJP leaders say that the nomination has been withdrawn by intimidation.
Elections in three phases in Alwar
In the first phase, the elections of Tijara, Mundawar, Kotkasim, Behror and Neemrana will be held on 20 October, in the second phase on 23 October in Thanagaji, Raini, Rajgarh, Laxmangarh, Govindgarh and Kathumar, in the third phase on 26 October for Umrain, Malakheda, Ramgarh, Kishangarhbas. And there are Panchayat Raj elections in Bansur.
Where are the wards elections?
In the first phase, elections will be held for 16 wards of the District Councillor, 18 in the second phase and 15 wards in the third phase. Similarly, the elections of 16 Panchayat Samiti members will also be held in a phased manner.