Comedian Shyam Rangeela Faces Challenges in Filing Nomination Against PM Modi

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Comedian Shyam Rangeela, known for his political satire, has encountered obstacles while attempting to file his nomination papers to contest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Varanasi. Despite several attempts since May 10, Rangeela claimed he was denied entry to the district magistrate’s office, particularly on the day PM Modi filed his nomination.

However, after his social media campaign Indian Election Commission comes under pressure and accepted Shyam Rangeela nomination paper.

Shyam Rangeela, who rose to fame with his impersonations of PM Modi, expressed his determination to contest the elections as an independent candidate. He emphasized that his struggle to file the nomination papers is a victory for democracy, stating that the acceptance of his candidature itself is a significant achievement.

The incident has sparked discussions on social media and among political commentators, highlighting the challenges faced by independent candidates in the electoral process.

Shyam Rangeela’s perseverance has garnered attention and support from various quarters, as he continues to navigate the complexities of the Indian political landscape.

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