In Chhotaudepur, the fight between ‘heirs’ saw voting fall by 11.05 per cent Pipa News

In Chhotaudepur, the fight between ‘heirs’ saw voting fall by 11.05 per cent

  • 65.30 percent voting has been done in Sankheda.
  • Former BJP MLA Jayati Rathwa was again in the fray
  • Opposition leader Sukhram Jamai managed to get more votes than Rajendra Singh

Rajendrasinh Kamal, son of 10-term MLA and senior leader Mohansinh Rathwa, who resigned from Congress and joined the BJP in Chotaudepur constituency covering the district headquarters here, is in the election. After the candidature of Rajya Sabha MP and former Union Minister Naran Singh Rathwa’s son Sangram Singh from the Congress against him, the Chotaudepur election battle was becoming high profile for tribal constituencies across Gujarat. But. During the voting on Monday, there was an overwhelming response. Despite the fact that all the five candidates of AAP, BTP and Independent belong to the Rathwa Samaj, there has been a decline in voting on this seat. In the year 2017, 67.62 percent votes were cast against which on Monday, the voting has decreased by 11.05 percent. Thus, all eyes are on whether the Congress retains this seat in 56.67 percent voting. Former BJP MLA Jayati Rathwa was again in the fray against Opposition leader Sukhram Rathwa in Jetpur Pavi area of ​​the district. Sukhram Rathwa of Congress is the father-in-law of BJP candidate Rajendra Singh in Chotaudepur. In Jetpur Pavi, 64.10 percent votes were cast on Monday against 69.32 percent in 2017. Hence, it is said that the father-in-law contesting elections from the Congress could get five percent more votes than his son-in-law. However, how many of them were in his favor will be known only on Thursday. 65.30 percent voting has been done in Sankheda.

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