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Bihar : Sweeping in the city for 40 years, the public has given so much, now the deputy mayor will take charge

The results of the Bihar municipal elections are out. After the arrival of these results, many shocking results have come to the fore. The city results of Gaya are being discussed the most. People made the woman who used to sweep in Gaya Municipal Corporation area for 40 years sit on the chair of Deputy Mayor. Chinta Devi, once a scavenger of the city, has created history by becoming the deputy mayor.

The woman who sweeps the streets became the deputy mayor

In Bihar’s Gaya Municipal Corporation elections, Ganesh Paswan was successful in winning the post of Mayor and Chinta Devi was successful in winning the post of Deputy Mayor. Chinta Devi, who used to sweep the Gaya Municipal Corporation area for 40 years, is now the deputy mayor of her own municipality. This time due to the reserved post of deputy mayor of Gaya Municipal Corporation, Chinta Devi hit the ground running and won with a record number of votes with full support of the public.

Cleanliness lesson taught to everyone in the city

Chinta Devi used to do the daily work of picking up garbage and sweeping. Now she used to work selling vegetables. Chinta Devi, who gave the message of cleanliness in entire Gaya, has also done the task of carrying the filth on her head. Chinta Devi may not be educated, but she taught the whole area such a lesson of cleanliness that people became her admirers. Everyone is talking about this feat of Chinta Devi.

Gaya once again made history

Former deputy mayor of Gaya Mohan Srivastava said that the woman manual scavenger has created history by winning the election for the post of deputy mayor. In this way, we work to support the downtrodden and take them forward in the society. Although Gaya has not done such a feat for the first time. It has been sent to the Lok Sabha by first winning the Bhagwati Devi of Musahar community who breaks stones. She was elected from Nitish Kumar’s party JDU.