Rajasthan local body by-elections: BJP wins 13 out of 27 seats across 17 districts
The BJP on Thursday won 13 seats out of total 27 in Rajasthan local body by-elections. The by-elections were conducted on one seat of zila parishad, 17 seats of panchayat samitis and 9 seats of nagar palika/parishad in 17 districts of the state.
Jaipur: The BJP on Thursday won 13 seats out of total 27 in Rajasthan local body by-elections. The by-elections were conducted on one seat of zila parishad, 17 seats of panchayat samitis and 9 seats of nagar palika/parishad in 17 districts of the state.
As per the results announced on Thursday, the BJP won 11 seats of panchayat samitis and two seats of nagar palika. The Congress got victory over 11 seats in the by-polls. It retained the seat (ward 8) of zila parishad in Sawaimadhopur. Its candidate Lokesh defeated nearest rival Kamal of the BJP with a margin of 358 votes.
The Opposition party also won five seats of panchayat samitis and as many seats of nagar palika/parishad. Independent candidates also won one panchayat samiti seat and one nagar palika seat.
BJP state general secretary Bhajan Lal Sharma said that the people have once again showed faith in the party. Meanwhile, PCC president Sachin Pilot said that urban voters have given their mandate against the BJP.
People have rejected BJP due to its anti-people policies, he said.
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