Maharashtra Panchayat Election Results 2021 Live updates:
Trends and results in 138 of a total 1508 seats in Nagpur Division show that the Congress is leading in 73 and BJP in 38. Meanwhile, the Shiv Sena is ahead in 5 seats and NCP in 6.
Maharashtra Congress president Balasaheb Thorat claimed that 80 percent of the seats in Gram Panchayats that went to polls were won by the constituents of the MVA. “The MVA alliance has won 80 percent villages in this elections while Congress alone has won 4,000 gram panchayats. This is a strong message to the BJP and its style of working,” PTI quotes him as saying.
In Chandrapur district, all the nine gram panchayats in Morva village have gone to the Congress and its allies
In Sindhudurg’s Kanakavali taluka, the Shiv Sena has won two out of three gram panchayats, while the BJP has won the remaining one, Loksatta reported.
In Nagpur’s Katol taluka, the NCP has won all three gram panchayats, Maharashtra Times reported. The Katol Assembly seat in represented by Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh.
In Nasik’s Sayyed Pimpri gram Panchayat, results for six out of the 17 seats have been declared. Congress’ gram vikas panel victorious on all six seats.
Maharashtra Panchayat Election Results in 2021: As the election are underway, in Nagpur’s Katol taluka, the NCP has won all 3-gram panchayats. The Katol Assembly seat is represented by Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh.
The counting of votes procedure in Maharashtra for the gram panchayat polls began today on January 18, 2021, at 8 am. The Maharashtra Panchayat elections are spread across 12,711-gram panchayats across 34 districts in Maharashtra, which saw on average 79 per cent voting on Friday, as per the State Election Commissioner UPS Madan said.
As per the trends available at this time, it is showing that Shiv Sena-backed leaders were ahead in a total of 323 seats, and the BJP was ahead in 261. And as per the initial figures which were reported, Shiv Sena backed candidates has taken the lead in 278 seats and BJP in 257
On Friday, the polling was held for 1,25,709 seats, for which total nominations received were from 3,56,221 candidates. A total of 2,41,598 candidates were in the race after withdrawal of nominations. As many as 26,718 of these candidates faced no rivals, so they would be declared elected unopposed.