Dead man wins Panchayat poll in Bihar!

Patna: On Wednesday, a dead man won the Panchayat elections in Jamui, riding a wave of sympathy sparked by his own death. When authorities were giving out certificates to the candidates who won the November 24 elections in this destitute area, around 200 kilometres from Patna, the bizarre occurrence occurred.

BDO Khaira Sohan Murmu, who won from Ward No. 2 of Deepakhar village in Khaira block, was nowhere to be found, according to Raghavendra Tripathi. Murmu died on November 6, a fortnight before the election, according to interrogation. Deepkarhar is a small village on the state's border with Jharkhand. Tribals make up the majority of the people in this village. Older people recall that the village was initially attacked by Naxalites in the 1990s, according to a list released by the Union Home Ministry. Then came the Ultra-Left Extremism, which wreaked havoc on this hamlet.


Murmu's family members, according to the BDO, stated his final wish was to win the election, which he did by 28 votes. As a result, they remained silent. We were not even told by any of the local inhabitants. To honour his dying desire, it appears that everyone voted in his favour. The winner's certificate, according to Tripathi, cannot be given to anybody else. We intend to write to the State Elections Commission, requesting that the election for the ward in question be cancelled and new elections held.

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