Mandla’s Niwas: BJP dominating from last 3-yrs

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 Sep 2018 13:42:12


 

By Ashish Rajput

Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Rampyare Kulaste is dominating Mandla’s Niwas Assembly Constituency No-106 since three assembly elections. Once he was given a tough contest by Gondwana Gantantra Party’s Dayalsingh Tumrachi in the year 2003 there he registered one-sided victory against Congress candidate Patiram Pendro in 2008 and 2013. Along with, BJP and Congress, Gondwana Gantantra Party has registered its strong presence in the constituency. Number of voters were increased in the constituency by 68,383 from 1,24,023 to 1,92,406 in 2008 elections after the delimitation.

In the Assembly Elections – 2013, a total number of 1,69,661 voters turnout was reported against registered number of 2,22,422 voters. Total number of 20 candidates filed their nominations, three nominations were rejected, one was withdrawn and 16 candidates contested the elections.

Bharatiya Janata Party’s Rampyare Kulaste (65,916 votes) registered victory against his closest Congress’ candidate Patiram Pendro (55,066 votes) and Gondwana Gantantra Party’s Gulzar Singh Markam (20,679 votes) was third leading candidate. Bahujan Samaj Party’s Bharat Singh Warkade (2,432 votes), Samajvadi Party’s Amarvadi Gotharia (2,779 votes),Madhya Pradesh Nav Nirman Sena’s Kranti Singh Marco (1,441 votes), National Peoples Party’s Jhanak Lal Uikay (910 votes), independent candidates Anil Basori Maravi (737 votes), Ashok Maravi (838 votes), Dalpat Singh Uikay (801 votes), Dinesh Tumrachi (947 votes), Devesh Maravi (982 votes), Mannu Ram (1,614 votes), Mihilal Paraste (3,044 votes), Radha Bai (1,925 votes) and Sheluram (6,131 votes).

In the Assembly Elections – 2008, total number of 1,40,0004 out of 1,92,406 voters used their voting rights. Total numbers of 21 nominations were field, two were rejected and two were withdrawn and 17 candidates contested elections. Bharatiya Janata Party’s Rampyare Kulaste (45,999 votes) registered victory against Congress’s candidate Patiram Pendro (42,350 votes) while Gondwana Gantantra Party’s Chintlal Kokadia (23,858 votes) was third leading candidate. Besides this, Bahujan Samaj Party’s Bisan Kumar Warkade (2,040 votes), Samajvadi Party’s Sumatia (2,861 votes), Lok Jan Shakti Party’s Dalpat Shah Maravi (1,010 votes), Janata Dal (United)’s Luharmen (701 votes), Bharatiya Jan Shakti’s Shivdayal Kulaste (2,526 votes), Gondwana Mukti Sena’s Sukhdeen Singh Malgam (2,638 votes), Rashtriya Gondwana Party’s Sukhna Singh Kunjam (1,023 votes), independent candidates Ghanshyam (827 votes), Chainsingh Warkade (2,189 votes), Pususingh Uikay (1,001 votes), Moolchand Masram (1,850 votes), Dr. Rajendra Singh Markam (1,589 votes), Vijay Kumar (3,566 votes) and Shankarlal Dhurve (3,903 votes).

In the Assembly Elections – 2003, total number of 88,968 of 1,24,023 registered voters casted their votes. Total eight nominations were filed, two were rejected and total six candidates contested elections. Bharatiya Janata Party’s Rampyare Kulaste (28,094 votes) registered a close victory over Gondwana Gantantra Party’s Dayalsingh Tumrachi (27,291 votes) by the lead of only 803 votes. Congress’ candidate Surta Singh (14,860 votes) was third leading candidate. Bahujan Samaj Party’s Dada Warkade (5,321 votes), independent candidate Chainsingh Warkade (6,860 votes) and Savitri Padam (6,471 votes).