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Dev Sharma
Karnal. In the urban body elections, the BJP failed to balance fraternity with fraternity. At the same time, many of these reasons for not getting the expected coalition support etc overshadowed the BJP’s strong strategy, the hard work of active workers. In Gharaunda, the BJP may have managed to salvage its credibility in the last round of counting, but it has definitely suffered a setback. At the same time, the Aam Aadmi Party, which is trying its best to spread its feet in Haryana, could not even get its account in the district. The Congress may have been out of the election season, but internally it has dealt heavy blows to the ruling party’s candidates in many places. The Bahujan Samaj Party had also fielded a candidate but could not participate in the contest.
The prospects of an interesting contest were visible from the start with the Aam Aadmi Party landing all the seats in the urban body elections. The Congress had already left the field. Since Gharaunda is the hometown of BJP MLA Harvindra Kalyan, his reputation is also directly linked here, so the opposition also completely focused on Gharaunda. This was the reason why one candidate from each community was in the fray, which is considered as the BJP’s vote bank. As BJP nominated Happy Luck Gupta from Vaish fraternity, Aam Aadmi Party also fielded Surinder Kumar Singla from the same fraternity. The second largest fraternity is considered to be Rajput, so Malkhan Singh Rana came to his camp. Former President Amrik Singh hailed from the Sikh community, who had earlier become President only with the support of BJP leaders. At the same time senior BJP leaders left no stone unturned to celebrate the Punjabi brotherhood.
The Punjabi fraternity first wanted a ticket, but that could not be done, so, angry with the BJP, they fielded their candidate Vinod Juneja. Subhash Pal also jumped into the election season from the Pal fraternity. Overall, the siege became very strong due to which the AAP candidate took the lead from the start. Another thing is that in the last round, BJP candidate got victory by 31 votes. BJP leader Eelam Singh even said that the JJP was not following the dharma of the coalition. Two senior BJP leaders were also not seen in the area. Hence, in other seats, BJP candidates have lost by a very small margin. The seat of the post of President was reserved for Assandh, where the BJP-backed parties got tangled up. Two factions of Congress supported two different candidates. BJP lost by a small margin. In Nissing, the BJP was already tangled between two workers. At the same time, there was pressure from MP Dharampal Gondar, so the party could not give the symbol here. In Tarawadi too, the BJP could not get the support of its loved ones, so the candidate also trailed by 538 votes here.
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Along with all this, the Aam Aadmi Party has already suffered a huge setback in the elections, although the party had nothing to lose in these areas, but the senior leaders had gone full force. Coming second in Gharaunda can be said to be an achievement, but the condition of the party’s candidates in other seats has definitely disappointed the party’s plans.

Dev Sharma

Karnal. In the urban body elections, the BJP failed to balance fraternity with fraternity. At the same time, many of these reasons for not getting the expected coalition support etc overshadowed the BJP’s strong strategy, the hard work of active workers. In Gharaunda, the BJP may have managed to salvage its credibility in the last round of counting, but it has definitely suffered a setback. At the same time, the Aam Aadmi Party, which is trying its best to spread its feet in Haryana, could not even get its account in the district. The Congress may have been out of the election season, but internally it has dealt heavy blows to the ruling party’s candidates in many places. The Bahujan Samaj Party had also fielded a candidate but could not participate in the contest.

The prospects of an interesting contest were visible from the start with the Aam Aadmi Party landing all the seats in the urban body elections. The Congress had already left the field. Since Gharaunda is the hometown of BJP MLA Harvindra Kalyan, his reputation is also directly linked here, so the opposition also completely focused on Gharaunda. This was the reason why one candidate from each community was in the fray, which is considered as the BJP’s vote bank. As BJP nominated Happy Luck Gupta from Vaish fraternity, Aam Aadmi Party also fielded Surinder Kumar Singla from the same fraternity. The second largest fraternity is considered to be Rajput, so Malkhan Singh Rana came to his camp. Former President Amrik Singh hailed from the Sikh community, who had earlier become President only with the support of BJP leaders. At the same time senior BJP leaders left no stone unturned to celebrate the Punjabi brotherhood.

The Punjabi fraternity first wanted a ticket, but that could not be done, so, angry with the BJP, they fielded their candidate Vinod Juneja. Subhash Pal also jumped into the election season from the Pal fraternity. Overall, the siege became very strong due to which the AAP candidate took the lead from the start. Another thing is that in the last round, BJP candidate got victory by 31 votes. BJP leader Eelam Singh even said that the JJP was not following the dharma of the coalition. Two senior BJP leaders were also not seen in the area. Hence, in other seats, BJP candidates have lost by a very small margin. The seat of the post of President was reserved for Assandh, where the BJP-backed parties got tangled up. Two factions of Congress supported two different candidates. BJP lost by a small margin. In Nissing, the BJP was already tangled between two workers. At the same time, there was pressure from MP Dharampal Gondar, so the party could not give the symbol here. In Tarawadi too, the BJP could not get the support of its loved ones, so the candidate also trailed by 538 votes here.

your disappointment

Along with all this, the Aam Aadmi Party has already suffered a huge setback in the elections, although the party had nothing to lose in these areas, but the senior leaders had gone full force. Coming second in Gharaunda can be said to be an achievement, but the condition of the party’s candidates in other seats has definitely disappointed the party’s plans.

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