The Congress is in a position to form its mayor in the North Municipal Corporation of Kota, which is considered a BJP stronghold in Rajasthan, while there is a tie between the BJP and the Congress in the south and independents have emerged as kingmakers, to whom both parties have given their- Has intensified its drill.
The three big cities of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Kota got the urban government after one year. Tuesday’s election results for six municipal corporations were encouraging for the Congress, while the BJP has suffered a setback. In the North Municipal Corporation of Kota, which is considered to be the BJP’s stronghold, the Congress is in a position to be its mayor, while in the south, there is a tie between the BJP and the Congress, and the independents have emerged as kingmakers, to which both parties have done their exercise have accelerated.
In the municipal elections, the BJP has suffered the biggest setback in Kota. The urban area of Kota is considered a strong stronghold of the BJP, but the Congress has managed to make a dent in both the municipal corporations here. Here, the performance of the Congress in this election has been much better than the last time and BJP did not succeed in saving its fort.
Out of 70 seats in Kota Northern Municipal Corporation, 47 seats have been won by Congress, 14 by BJP, and 9 by others. In this way, the mayor of Congress is certain to be in the northern area of Kota. At the same time, there was a contest between BJP and Congress in the South Municipal Corporation election of Kota. Of the 80 municipal seats here, Congress has won 36, 36 BJP, and 8 Independents.
In the election results of Municipal Corporation Kota South, many stalwarts of BJP’s previous Municipal Corporation Board collapsed, in which the name of Sunita Vyas, the deputy leader of the previous BJP’s previous board. Apart from this, many councilors have also suffered defeat, including former councilor Narendra Singh Hada, Vinod Nayak, wife of outgoing councilor Prakash Saini and Hemraj Singh Hada, vice-president of Citizens Cooperative Bank Limited Kota.
Similarly, Kshetrapal Singh, the head of Rajrani Computer Institute and former District President of BJP Yuva Morcha Maheep Singh Solanki, too could not win the election. Independents have emerged as kingmakers in the South Municipal Corporation and whoever they go within the Congress or BJP, the mayor of that party is sure to be formed. In such a situation, the Congress and the BJP are engaged in keeping their councilors in the south, as well as independent councilors. In such a situation, the game of cheating for the Mayor between Congress and the BJP is starting. On behalf of the Congress, District President Ravindra Tyagi and spokesperson Rajendra Sankalam have taken command and intensified efforts to bring independent councilors into their ranks.
The role of the Congress in the Kota Municipal Corporation election has been played by the Urban Development Minister Shanti Dhariwal. She had run the gamble of dividing the Municipal Corporation of Rajasthan into two parts. The result of this is that the Congress has won the quota north of the BJP’s traditional stronghold. Minister Shanti Dhariwal will reach the hometown of Kota on Wednesday, where the two corporations will conduct a political procession for their mayor and deputy chairman. In such a situation, who will be able to hold power in the southern municipal corporation of Kota?