father-in-law distributing sarees among women to win over his daughter-in-law in MP

Indore: Every tactic is being adopted to woo voters over the ongoing three-tier panchayat elections in Madhya Pradesh. In this sequence, a video of seeking votes in lieu of sarees in Gwalior has gone viral on social media. In the video, the father-in-law is seen going from house to house and distributing sarees to the women to win over the daughter-in-law. In a viral video, Bhikam Singh, father-in-law of Varsha Jitendra Gurjar, a candidate of ward number one of zila panchayat, is distributing sarees to women in Supawali village.

According to the information, someone captured this video of distributing the saree in his mobile and then posted it on social media. Anjana Devi, zila panchayat member candidate from the same ward, has complained about the matter to the election office over the viral video. It also demanded cancellation of candidate Varsha's candidature. Election officials have taken cognizance of the video and started an investigation.   Let us know that, voting for gwalior district panchayat election is scheduled to be held on June 25 (Saturday). Campaigning for this came to a halt from 3 pm on Thursday. Due to which the candidates and their families are making every effort to win.

On Friday, Anjana Devi, who is contesting for the post of member from ward number one of zila panchayat Gwalior, has given a written complaint that her rival candidate Varsha Jitendra Gurjar is seeking votes by luring the voters of the area. On Friday morning, his father-in-law, leader Bhikam Singh Gurjar, is distributing sarees to woo voters in his area. On Friday morning, he went door-to-door in Supawali village, area of ward number one, and distributed sarees. The video of which is with them and only a few villagers have given them this video.

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