Close contest on Mathura seat, will Hema Malini hold on for victory? Understand Equality – India TV Hindi

Mathura Lok Sabha Seat Political Equation - India TV Hindi

Political equation of Mathura Lok Sabha seat

The Lok Sabha elections are a few days away. Earlier, the process of announcing the names of their candidates for the remaining seats is going on by all the parties. Meanwhile, Congress has made the election contest interesting by giving ticket to international boxer Vijender Singh from Mathura Lok Sabha seat in Uttar Pradesh. In such a situation, two-time MP and cinema star Hema Malini may face tough challenges.

However, 75-year-old actress Hema Malini is very dependent on the image and work of the Narendra Modi government. Apart from this, he also believes in the wave of Hindutva in Brij Mandal. On the one hand, Hema Malini will face Olympian boxer Vijender Singh from the India Alliance, while on the other hand, former IRS officer Suresh Singh is contesting from the Bahujan Samaj Party.

A photo of the candidates?

Jats have a major share of votes in this constituency. There are about five lakh votes. Being the wife of famous Bollywood star Dharmendra, Hema Malini claims that she has the support of the Jat community. Boxer Vijender Singh hails from Bhiwani, Haryana, but is keen to represent Mathura. BSP’s Suresh Singh is a post-retirement head of an educational institution in Mathura and has a clear image for his educational and social work.

Long list of complaints

Hema Malini has been very active in changing the face of Mathura and Vrindavan and initiating many infrastructure projects. Under his leadership, the Mathura Vrindavan Tirth Development Board has undertaken a dozen development works. Hema Malani, a devotee of Sri Krishna, wants to complete her unfinished agenda as an MP from Mathura. However, locals also have a long list of grievances, chief among which is that they spend more time in Mumbai than in their constituency.

Jayant Chaudhary is in support.

Many blame him for failing to address long-standing local issues such as Yamuna sanitation, industrial development and congestion management in Vrindavan, Govardhan and Barsana. However, the local BJP leadership is excited as RLD’s Jayant Chaudhary, who lost to Hema Malini in 2014, is now supporting him due to his alliance with the NDA.

What is political equality?

Let me tell you that Jayant Chaudhary won in 2009 with BJP support, but lost in 2014. “This time people will vote for the Modi-led party and not the candidates, so whoever gets the ticket will win comfortably,” says Pawan Gautam, a senior journalist from Mathura.Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Aditya Nath started campaigning on March 27. Campaign addressing local intellectuals in Mathura. He pointed out that Mathura will now be the center of attention and the narrow streets of Vrindavan deserve a makeover. Mathura will vote in the second phase on April 26. (With IANS input)

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