NCP Steps in Rajasthan / Bali municipal body election 2021 is the next target of NCP Rajasthan

Zoom News : Dec 26, 2020, 08:04 PM
Jaipur | The Nationalist Congress Party is now eyeing the municipal seat of Bali. In the panchayat raj elections, this party which has changed the equation of the Congress & BJP both. Now preparing for the Bali municipal elections. For this, the visit of State President Ummed Singh Champawat is currently a matter of public discussion.

According to NCP party Jaipur office, State President of Nationalist Congress Party Ummed Singh Champawat got public hearing in Bali Assembly constituency. He met the NC party person of the area and talked to local authorities on issues of public interest and directed them for disposal. However, this visit to Champawat is being seen in connection with the upcoming municipal elections in Bali NagarPalika. State President Champawat has held extensive discussions with local party officials and Karykartas regarding the candidates and electoral prospects in the Bali civic elections under the NCP banner. Champawat will also preside over a brainstorming meeting in Srisela on Sunday for the civic elections and discuss the upcoming strategy for the party's role.

NCP had spoiled Congress's math

Although in the 2018 assembly elections NCP under alliance with the Congress. But Now the Nationalist Congress Party has spoiled the Congress' mathematics in the panchayat elections. Former MP Badri Jakhar also openly admitted in a media interaction that he suffered in many places due to NCP. Now the NCP's preparations for the Bali Municipal elections are worrisome for both the BJP-Congress major parties.

Public hearing in Srisela

Champawat, while listening to the office in Srisela, directed the officials by talking on telephone immediately to check the issues related to local revenue, transit and to curb the sand mafia. On this occasion, on the complaint of irregularity in distribution of ration, the State President has directed the matter for speedy action by bringing the matter to the notice of higher officials.