Miss India 2015 Runner-Up Diksha Singh Fails to Leave Her Mark in UP Panchayat Elections

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Diksha Singh had to be glad with fifth place and he or she may get solely 2,000 votes in the title of growth.

  • News18 New Delhi
  • Last Updated:May 03, 2021, 21:22 IST

Bollywood actress and Miss India runner-up Diksha Singh has misplaced her election from ward quantity 26, Baskha, in Uttar Pradesh’s Jaunpur. Diksha Singh contested for Zila Panchayat member this time after the seat was reserved for feminine candidate, earlier her father was in the fray however issues modified after the reservation was revised on the intervention of the court docket.

Diksha Singh, runner-up of Femina Miss India 2015, had her credibility at stake and confronted defeat even earlier than she may begin her political profession. BJP-backed candidate Nagina Singh received with a margin of about 5,000 votes. Diksha Singh had to be glad with the fifth place in the panchayat elections.

Diksha Singh, who had come to her native place Jaunpur from Mumbai, saved speaking concerning the primary services in Jaunpur throughout her campaigning in the elections. She additionally had stated that the state of affairs of ladies in the agricultural areas was not good. She was consistently campaigning on the bottom. However, she may get solely 2,000 votes in the title of growth.

Diksha Singh, a resident of Chittori village in Baksha space of Jaunpur district, had gone to Mumbai together with her father after finding out up to class 3 in the village. While in Mumbai, she received the runner-up title at Femina Miss India 2015. She has additionally acted in many motion pictures and had even tried her hand at writing scripts for a couple of motion pictures as properly. She has additionally appeared in among the commercials for some well-known manufacturers.

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