Raipur, November 4, 2008: Communist Party of India today said it was contesting from 22 seats for the November Assembly election of Chhattisgarh.
CPI national leader Chitta Ranjan Bakshi told the ChhattisgarhTopNews.Com today that the party was contesting from both general as well as tribal seats and would for the first time open its account in Chhattisgarh.
Name of Seat and Candidate
1 – Kharsia: Devyani Manohar
2 – Jaijaipur: Ravindra Narayan Singh
3 – Korba: Makhan Lal Rajak
4 – Masturi: Ishwar Singh Suryavanshi
5 – Kunkuri: S Khalko
6 – Pathalgaon: Rupchand
7 – Lundra: Gangaram
8 – Ambikapur: Amarnath Pandey
9 – Samri: Vishwanath
10 – Bhatgaon: Poonam Chand Gupta
11 – Pratappur: Birbal Tirki
12 – Manendragarh: Ramashankar Gupta
13 – Kawardha: Jagadish Banjare
14 – Bhilai Nagar: Vinod Kumar Soni
15 – Kanker: Hemlal Nag
16 – Narayanpur: Nirmal Kumar Nag
17 – Bastar: Manshingh Kashyap
18 – Jagdalpur: Mahendra Sethiya
19 – Chitrakoot: Ramnath Sarfe
20 – Dantewada: Manish Kunjam
21 – Bijapur: Gota Laxminarayan
22 – Konta: Rama Sodi.
Ruling Congress in Chhattisgarh today failed to reach a conclusion over finalisation of names for the 2023 Assembly election.
A high level team from the Election Commission arrived here today to review the preparedness of the Chhattisgarh Assembly election 2023.
Sleuths from the Enforcement Directorate today raided the houses of four of the close aids of Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on his birthday, including that of the official residence of his Advisor Vinod Verma
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today celebrated his birthday with people of the state.
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today gifted an Indoor Stadium and a Digital Library to the Sarguja district headquarters Ambikapur.
Former Collector and senior bureaucrat from Chhattisgarh Neelkanth Tekam may soon join the BJP.