Bigg Boss 16 Contestant Archana Gautam's Journey from A Model to Politician!

Bigg Boss 16 Contestant Archana Gautam’s Journey from A Model to Politician!

A political newcomer, Archana joined the Congress last year and is running for the Hastinapur seat in Meerut in the upcoming 2022 UP election. In her first election, Archana Gautam, the 2018 winner of the Miss Bikini Universe India competition, received 1,519 votes (0.66% of the total) in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections from the Hastinapur constituency on a Congress ticket. Recently Archana Gautam can be seen in Big Boss 16 Competing for the Trophy!

Dinesh, of the BJP, received more than 1.07 lakh votes, defeating Yogesh Verma of the Samajwadi Party, who received 1 lakh votes. Archana decided to make her political debut in the 2022 UP election by running for office for the Congress Party in the Hastinapur seat, which is located in the city of Meerut. After winning the ‘love’ of the people of Hastinapur.

she rushed to Twitter on Friday to express her gratitude and pledge to earn their trust as well.
The actor was quoted by many news outlets as saying that Archana Gautam, who had previously won the title of Miss Uttar Pradesh in 2014, has just become Miss Bikini India in 2018. She also competed for India and took home the prize for “Most Talent” at Miss Cosmos World 2018.

In 2015, she debuted in Bollywood with the film Great Grand Masti. Haseena Parker, Baaraat Company, and Junction Varanasi are just a few of the films she’s been in since then. On Thursday, the final tally was announced for the Assembly elections held in five states, including Uttar Pradesh.

The Aam Aadmi Party won overwhelmingly in the state of Punjab, while the Bharatiya Janata Party took control in four states (Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, and Manipur). The BJP held on to 273 of UP’s 403 seats, 47 of Uttarakhand’s 70 seats, and 32 of Manipur’s 60 seats.

The Goan party is one vote short of forming a government, but they have a strategy in place. Uttar Pradesh’s Assembly Elections began on February 10 and ended on March 7. On February 14, voters in Uttarakhand and Goa cast ballots. On February 28 and March 5, Manipur residents headed to the polls.

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