Rajasthan Election 2023: Candidates from political parties and independents have filed their nominations for the Rajasthan Assembly elections. Voting is to be held in the state on November 25. Apart from this, the last date for withdrawal of nominations is November 9. Now all the nomination papers are being scrutinized. Meanwhile, a candidate has emerged who is contesting the elections for the 32nd time. Don’t be surprised after reading this nor are we writing these numbers wrong. This is absolutely true, Titar Singh of Sri Ganganagar district may have lost the elections, but did not lose courage.
Actually, 78-year-old Titar Singh, a candidate from Shrikaranpur assembly constituency of Sriganganagar district of Rajasthan, is contesting his 32nd election this time. Titar Singh has contested 31 elections in the last 50 years, but his deposit has been confiscated in every election. Even after this, Titar Singh did not stop contesting the elections. Thus, once again Teetar Singh is in the election fray.
Titar Singh has been contesting every election in Rajasthan since the 1970s. Faced defeat every time, but never disappointed. Titar Singh told that he wants to uplift the poor by winning the elections, with this desire he goes to the election field every time to try his luck. Apart from this, he further said that he wants to register his name in the Guinness Book of World Records by contesting the maximum number of elections.
Elections are a fight for our rights – Titar Singh
Titar Singh said that the government should provide facilities, this election is a fight for our rights. To achieve this, he is contesting every election from Panchayat, Assembly and Lok Sabha. So that one day they can win the elections and uplift the poor.
Goats sold for filing nomination papers
Titar Singh’s desire to contest elections is so much that he even sold his household items and goats when he did not have money to file his nomination papers. Titar Singh has studied till class five and is a MNREGA labourer.
So many votes received from 2008 to 2018
Let us tell you that Titar Singh got 938 votes in the 2008 assembly elections, 427 votes in 2013 and 653 votes in the 2018 assembly elections. In such a situation, once again he has entered the field. Now it remains to be seen whether Teetar Singh’s bail is confiscated this time too or his wish is fulfilled.