UP Panchayat Election: After the results of West Bengal, the BJP’s sleep has blown the Uttar Pradesh Panchayat elections results. In these elections, the BJP has suffered a significant setback. In many state districts, including Ayodhya to Mathura and Kashi, the SP has claimed that it has defeated the BJP.
UP Panchayat Election BJP Defeat?
However, it has also been claimed by the BJP on Monday that the UP Panchayat is at number one by winning the most seats in the elections. In such a situation, after the announcement of all the seats of the panchayat elections, it will be possible to know who is number one in the state.
BJP loses in Ramnagari Ayodhya
BJP is facing a crushing defeat in Ram’s city of Ayodhya. In the Ayodhya district, there are 40 seats of the total Zilla Panchayat member, out of which the Samajwadi Party claimed to win 24 seats. It has been said that BJP has got only six seats here. Apart from this, independents have won 12 seats.
However, the BJP had had to face a lot of defeat due to its rebels here, as the independents entered the electoral fray in 13 seats when party leaders were not given tickets. At the same time, it has been claimed by the BJP that independents are with them. In this way, there will be tremendous infighting between the SP and the BJP over the chair of the District Panchayat President.
BJP’s condition is worrying in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s parliamentary constituency Varanasi, won by PM Modi’s Kashi. After the MLC election, the BJP has got a tough defeat in the district panchayat elections in Kashi. Out of 40 seats of Zilla Panchayat, BJP has got only eight seats in its account. At the same time, the Samajwadi Party has claimed that it won 14 seats.
Talking about BSP, it has won five seats here, although, in Benaras, Apna Dal (S) has got three seats. Aam Aadmi Party and Omprakash Rajbhar’s Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party have also called 1-1 seats. Apart from this, three independents have also won. In 2015, the BJP suffered a crushing defeat in Kashi, but after the formation of the Yogi government, the BJP snatched the chair of the District Panchayat from the SP.
BSP’s victory in Krishna city
Talking of Mathura district, the city of Lord Krishna, the BJP also had to face defeat here. Bahujan Samaj Party has won in Mathura. Here it has been claimed by the BSP that 12 of its candidates have hoisted the victory mark. After the BSP, the RLD has also claimed that the party candidates have won 8 seats.
At the same time, the BJP was reduced to 9 seats. SP had to run from 1 seat. 3 Independents won. The Congress sweep in Mathura became clear. The Congress district president himself lost the election. It is believed that the defeat of the Mathura BJP is due to the resentment of the farmers. However, the BJP is claiming independent Zilla Panchayat members to be with them.
Litmus Test of Panchayat Election 2022
Let us know that Ayodhya-Muthra-Kashi has been included in the plan since the establishment of the BJP. BJP has been doing its politics in the name of these three districts, not in UP but across the country. In such a situation, the BJP’s defeat in these three districts is a big blow. At the same time, in PM Modi’s parliamentary constituency, the SP is continuously defeating the BJP. The arrival of BSP at number one in Mathura is telling that the political impact of Mayawati is not over yet.
Panchayat elections were considered semi-finals of 2022, just eight months before the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. This election is vital for the ruling BJP and the opposition Samajwadi Party, BSP and Congress. The District Panchayat decides the real strength of the parties in this election for the government of the villages.
The SP has emerged as a significant force in the results of the district panchayat elections so far, and the BJP’s defeat in Ayodhya-Mathura-Kashi has given sleep to the Yogi government. On the other hand, in the state’s politics, it has also raised the question that in comparison to the almost invincible BJP in the state, will the Samajwadi Party maintain the momentum of its politics till the assembly elections next year?