Lok Sabha Election

Females Vs Pawan Bansal In Chandigarh

Will the Pawan rupture others again this time? Will the Gul Panag blossoms? Will there be a Kirron of hope? Or will the people settle for heaven ?

Contend against the sitting MP and Congress dean Pawan Bansal are three women applicant – Kirron Kher (BJP), Gulkirat Kaur Panag of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Jannat Jahan-ul-Haq (Bahujan Samaj Party).

This is the first time in Chandigarh that three women candidates from vaccinate political parties are opposite against the sitting MP. In the 2009, there was only one woman particpant, an independent, against Pawan Bansal.

The Chandigarh seat has 17 participant in the fray this time, including eight independents. Chandigarh’s over 600,000-hard voter will decide the chance of the candidates. Out of the total voter, nearly 60 percent is youngsters – in the age between 18 to 40 years.

This election is being seen as the typical one for Bansal, who won here in 1991, 1999, 2004 and 2009, as this time he is fighting the fraud taint against him..

Bansal, who had pleased the picture of a clean and soft-spoken leader, was forced to resign from the union government

Kirron and Gul Panag had to surface the `outsider’ tag when they were deflect by their respective parties. Both promised that they would change base to Chandigarh from Bombay.

In the 2009 election, Bansal had conquered BJP’s Satya Pal Jain by a edge of nearly 59,000 votes. The union district saw nearly 65 per cent polling, compared to a depressing 50 per cent in the 2004 elections..

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