pali: Tejkulpal Singh is the new chef of Bhopal Chambers | Bhopal News

Bhopal: Tejkulpal Singh Pali, a prominent hotelier from Bhopal, was elected president of the Bhopal Chambers of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) on Sunday in controversial polls over the past six months. The ballot took place on Saturday. Although elections are scheduled to take place every three years, it took six years to organize the ballots for the BCCI. Prominent businessmen and traders in the city are members of the prestigious organization.
Singhled the Pragatisheel panel and Sunil Jain ‘501’ and Aakash Goyal from the same panel were elected vice-chairs. Pali defeated Alok Panchratna of the Sadbhavna Panel. The counting of votes for the remaining board and executive members will continue until late at night. Pali said he would raise the voice of the business and business community and try to resolve their issues. “Like others, we are also living through difficult times. The pandemic has brought uncertainty to the market, resulting in huge losses, ”he told TOI. Scheduled for August last year, the BCCI elections have been postponed twice in the past six months. While the elections were marred by controversy, there were FIRs and counter-FIRs against each other.
More than 1,500 voters cast their vote to elect the president, three vice-presidents, a secretary general, two secretaries, a treasurer and co-treasurer and 15 executive members. Local leaders of the BJP and Congress showed immense interest in the elections from behind the curtain.

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