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BCD Elections: Day Three of Counting

By LawStreet News Network      21 March, 2018 02:12 AM      0 Comments

Counting of votes polled in the Bar Council of Delhielections has entered day three on March 21th.

As per the data of the third day, Adv. Ajayendra Sangwan is still at the top with maximum votes totaling to 281. Followed by Adv. Murari Tiwari with 198 votes and Adv. D.K. Singh with 194 votes.

Adv. Surya Prakash Khatri who was in the third position in the earlier list has now fallen down on the eight position with 166 votes.

Eminent Adv. Himal Akhtaralso took the hit and fallen down by two positions with 113 votes.

Stay tuned with Lawstreet Journal to know more about who is winning and who is losing in the BCD elections.

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