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Sardar Titar Singh of Rajasthan Files Nomination for the 32nd Time at the Age of 78 - Yet to Win a Single Election

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07 Nov 23
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Sardar Titar Singh of Rajasthan Files Nomination for the 32nd Time at the Age of 78 - Yet to Win a Single Election

Sardar Titar Singh, a resident of Sriganganagar in Northern Rajasthan, has once again entered the spotlight due to his unyielding passion. At the age of 78, he has filed his nomination papers for the 32nd time to contest elections from the Shrikaranpur constituency in Sriganganagar. Despite facing defeat in every previous election, he remains committed to participating in the electoral process.

Sardar Titar Singh has a remarkable political history, having contested elections 31 times in the past, both for Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha seats, but he has not secured victory in any of them.

In April, Sardar Titar Singh wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, highlighting the significant election expenses he has incurred over the years. He mentioned that he spends an estimated 50,000 rupees on each election, totaling approximately 15 lakh rupees.

He also made six 'interesting' demands in his letter to the Prime Minister:
1. Monthly allowances of 5 lakh rupees for ex-candidates to support their political experience.
2. A fund of 1 crore rupees for housing construction.
3. Arrangement of government vehicles for constituency visits.
4. Allocation of four acres of canal land in Ganganagar.
5. Official nomination of BJP candidates for the Shrikaranpur constituency.
6. Responsibility for ticket distribution in Rajasthan to be given to the BJP.

Sardar Titar Singh's undying enthusiasm for politics continues, and he has once again created a unique record by filing his nomination for the 32nd time.

 


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