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Naresh Sarwan, Kajal Yadav and Mohammad Wasim arrived to vote in Ajmer
- BJP on 48 out of 80 wards, Congress on 18, Independents in 13 and 1 RLopa member
Polling for the post of Ajmer Municipal Corporation mayor has started at 10 am on Sunday. For this, strong security arrangements have been made in the municipal premises. BJP’s Brajlata Hada and Congress’s Draupadi Devi are in direct competition. First Naresh Sarwan, Kajal Yadav and Mohammad Wasim voted.
The voting time is up to 2 pm. After the counting of votes after the completion of voting, it will be decided who will be the next Mayor of Ajmer? Of the 80 wards of the Ajmer Municipal Corporation, there are 48 BJP, 18 Congress, 13 Independents and 1 Rallopa who are participating in the voting. Tight security arrangements have been made during the voting. The BJP was made a board in the last body elections.
Match for mayor
There is competition between them in these bodies
For the post of Chairman of Kishangarh Municipal Council, Dinesh Singh from Bharatiya Janata Party and Pradeep Kumar Aggarwal from Indian National Congress, Chhagan Kanwar from Indian National Congress and Sharda Devi from Bharatiya Janata Party, President of Municipality Kekri for the post of President of Municipal Sarwar There is a contest between Kamlesh Kumar Sahu from the Indian National Congress and Mishri Lal from the Bharatiya Janata Party and Jyoti Yadav from the Indian National Congress and Anita from the Bharatiya Janata Party for the post of President of Municipal Bijayanagar.
Where is the situation …
Voting for the post of deputy mayor, deputy chairman and vice president on 8
The election process for the post of deputy mayor, vice-chairman and vice-president of urban bodies will be held on February 8. The meeting will begin at 10 am for the election process. Nomination papers can be submitted by 11 am. After scrutiny of nomination papers, it will start from 11.30 am. Names can be withdrawn by 2 pm. Voting will be held from 2.30 pm to 5 pm if necessary. Counting will take place immediately after voting.