Kishanpol MLA Amin Kaggi
Rajasthan Assembly Election 2023: Amin Kaggi, MLA from Kishanpole assembly constituency of Jaipur and Congress candidate, has married for the second time at the age of 50. He has married a second time without divorcing his first wife. Congress MLA Amin Kagzi has given this information in his election affidavit. In this affidavit he has given information about two wives.
The name of the second wife is Monica Sharma Kaggi. At the same time, the name of Amin Kagzi’s first wife is Reshma. He has four sons and daughters. This was mentioned by Amin Kagzi in the affidavit filled in the 2018 assembly elections. This time he has given information about two wives in his nomination papers for the 2023 assembly elections. The name of new wife Monica Sharma Kaggi has been mentioned in the affidavit.
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Amin got himself married before his daughter’s marriage.
It is being told that Amin had married his elder daughter last year. But before his daughter’s marriage, he had his own marriage. According to sources, his second wife Monica Sharma Kaggi used to be his secretary. Now he has a daughter from Monica. Let us tell you that Amin Kagzi had filed his nomination on Monday. During this he had said that he is a leader associated with the society.
Amin claimed to win this time too
Kaggi said that he has opened the shop of love in the market of hatred. Kaggi said that he is confident that he will win from Kishanpol this time too. Congress MLA Kaggi said that he has only one aim, that is to serve the people, which he will continue to do. Let us tell you that Kaggi had won in 2018. In the last assembly elections, he defeated BJP’s Mohan Lal Gupta by about 8000 votes.
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Kaggi is in the fray from Kishanpol this time too.
This time also Congress has given ticket to Amin Kagzi from Kishanpole. At the same time, BJP has declared Chandramanohar Batwada as its candidate from Kishanpole seat. Chandramanohar is a leader associated with Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Kishanpole assembly seat is considered the strongest in terms of minority voters. If we look at the equations of the last three elections, BJP has won here twice while Congress has won once. In 2013, BJP’s Mohanlal had won here. Congress’s Aminuddin was defeated.