Congress Mayor wins Gwalior, Big victory after 57 years
The results of the municipal elections in Madhya Pradesh have been declared. Many shocking results have come out in this, firstly, after 57 years, Congress has conquered the fort of Gwalior. and the first-time Aam Admi Party is going to make its mayor in any municipal corporation in MP. Aam Admi Party won the mayor post in Singrauli.
This is the first time in the history of 57 years that the BJP has lost in Gwalior and the Congress is going to make its mayor. Gwalior is considered the stronghold of Jyotiraditya Scindia, he has left the Congress and has now gone to the BJP. In such a situation, the defeat of the BJP in Scindia’s stronghold is quite shocking.
After the defeat of the BJP in Scindia’s stronghold, Srinivas Biwi tweeted
Initially, the contest for the post of mayor in Gwalior was between BJP, Congress, and Aam Aadmi Party, but today when the results came out, the battle was directly visible between BJP and Congress. The special thing is that Shobha Sikarwar of Congress started taking the lead from the very first round, then there was no looking back. As the rounds progressed, Congress’s Shobha Sikarwar’s margin of victory over BJP’s Suman Sharma kept increasing.
Who is Shobha Sikarwar, the New mayor of Gwalior?
Shobha Sikarwar is the wife of Dr. Satish Sikarwar, a Congress MLA. She has been a councilor three times. Satish Sikarwar left BJP to join congress. Satish is considered to have a good hold in the Gwalior area.
Shobha Sikarwar, who reached the counting site, called it the victory of the people of Gwalior. Thanking the public and state president Kamal Nath, she said that I will live up to the trust the people have reposed in me. Along with this, she said that women’s safety will be my first priority.
Former Chief Minister Kamal Nath tweeted and said, ‘Heartfelt congratulations to the victorious Congress mayor candidates of Gwalior, Jabalpur, Chhindwara and all the victorious councilor candidates of the Municipal Corporation, Municipality, Corporation Council in the counting of votes for the first phase of urban body elections held today.’ And best wishes.
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