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Saas-Bahu Pitted Against Each Other In Panchayat Election

| Updated: December 11, 2021 1:16 pm

The upcoming Gram Panchayat elections in Gir Somanth has taken an interesting turn as both mother-in-law and daughter-in-law are vying for the post of Sarpanch in the Delwada village of Una taluka. Both family members are contesting for the post of Sarpanch in Delwada Gram Panchayat and are adamant about not withdrawing.

The family feud has entered the political arena, but the villagers are sure about voting for the development of the place. The family of which in-laws are part of has been ruling in Delwada for many years.

Vijaybhai Lakhabhai Bambhaniya is the current sarpanch of Delwada Gram Panchayat. But this year, his wife Poojaben Vijaybhai Bambhaniya has registered her candidature for sarpanch in the forthcoming Gram Panchayat elections. Poojaben’s mother-in-law, Gviben Lakhabhai Bambhaniya, is also running for the election and also formed a panel of members in all the wards.

Gaviben’s husband Lakhabhai had also been the Sarpanch of Delwada. He is not alive now but his dream was that when a woman gets a reserved seat, his wife will become Sarpanch. And this time Gviben is contesting the elections only to make Lakhabhai’s dream come true.

Apart from this, three other women have also filed their candidatures for the post of Sarpanch in the Delwada Gram Panchayat elections. But the candidacy of mother-in-law and daughter-in-law has become a topic of discussion.

However, nothing is sure in politics and the last date to withdraw the form is December 7. It remains to be seen if either of the woman will withdraw from contesting the election or will be a direct poll battle between the two.

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