phaujadaaree example and sentences

हिंदी मे अर्थ Meaning in english उदाहरण
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Given are the examples of hindi word phaujadaaree usage in english sentences. The examples of phaujadaaree are provided according to its meaning(s) in english language i.e., criminal.

Candidates who are known to have spent a lot of money on buying votes and those with known criminal connections often lose elections.


In some parts of the country, candidates with criminal connection have been able to push others out of the electoral race and to secure a ticket from major parties.
For example, a criminal may beat up a person in the community for mentioning his name to the police.
Macavity's a Mystery Cat: he's called the Hidden Paw — For he's the master criminal who can defy the Law.
It is the highest court of appeal in civil and criminal cases.
Now, it is mandatory for every candidate who contests elections to file an AFFIDA IT giving details of his property and criminal cases pending against him.
In some parts of the country, candidates with criminal connection have been able to push others out of the electoral race and to secure a 'ticket' from major parties.
In 1871, the colonial government in India passed the Criminal Tribes Act.
By this Act many communities of craftsmen, traders and pastoralists were classified as Criminal Tribes.
They were stated to be criminal by nature and birth.
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