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Will Chomu voters reverse the alternate legislator trend ?

DNJAI95132 | 12/6/2018 | Author : Vinod Sharma | WC :250 | Politics & Governance



Jaipur: It’s tweedledum versus tweedledee in Chomu. Living up to Rajasthan’s trend of electing the BJP and Congress every alternate terms, Chomu too has been doing the same.
Sitting BJP MLA Ramlal Sharma and his Congress opponent Bhagwan Sahay Saini have been alternately elected to assembly by the local populace. However, this year the entry of Chuttan Yadav, member Hanuman Beniwal’s Rashtiya Loktantrik Party (RLP) has been giving sleepless nights to both
Bhagwan and Ramlal. The newly-formed party has apparently made penetration into vote banks of both the dominant parties and is likely to play a spoiler.
In 2003, Ramlal defeated Bhagwan by a margin of 4292 votes while the latter avenged the defeat in 2008 by winning
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