fate habad. President of the Jannayak Janata Party and former MLA of Tohana S. Nishan Singh Kamboj has suffered a severe setback in the Panchayati Raj elections. Nishan Singh’s son, who ran for the post of sarpanch from his native village of Mamupur, suffered a severe defeat here. From here, the BJP-backed candidate Gurpreet Singh defeated him by 171 votes. Nishan Singh became MLA from Tohana on INLD ticket in 1999. He is one of the founding members of JJP and has shouldered the responsibility of President since JJP’s inception. In such a situation, losing his son’s choice from his father has become a topic of discussion in the district. According to the information received, Nishan Singh’s son Tejendra Singh contested the election for the post of sarpanch from Mamupur village. The number of voters in this village is about 800.
During Tejendra Singh’s election campaign, the entire Jannayak Janata Party Provincial Executive team camped in the village along with Nishan Singh. The leaders of the JJP had put all their strength into Tejendra Singh’s victory. The election for the post of sarpanch in the village ended peacefully on Friday. As the EVMs opened in the evening, the JJP leaders lost ground. From here Tejendra Singh had to admit defeat with 171 votes. It is also worth mentioning here that the village of JJP Minister Devendra Babli is also part of the Tohana Assembly constituency.
Older brother beat younger brother in village
Tohana: There was an election campaign between two brothers of the same clan for the post of Sarpanch in Bidhaikheda, the ancestral village of Haryana’s Development and Panchayat Minister Devendra Singh Babli. In which Ramesh Budanian received 256 votes and defeated his younger brother Devendra Singh Budanian by a margin of 199 votes. Devendra Singh received a total of 57 votes. While NOTA received 3 votes. This panchayat election faced only two candidates for the post of sarpanch from the same family, brothers from the Budhaniya family.