Jabalpur regional team. In the final phase of the urban body elections, a vote will be held in the Mahakoshal-Vindhya districts on Wednesday. Voting will take place in Katangi, Majhauli, Patan and Shahpura municipalities of Jabalpur. At the same time, apart from Balaghat municipality, Katangi and Lanji municipal councils, Chhapra and Keolari de Seoni municipal councils will vote through EVM. In the Municipal Council of Satna District, Maihar, Nagar Parishad Nagod, Rampur Baghelan, Ramnagar, Amarpatan and Kotor, in addition to Rewa Municipal Corporation, will vote Govindgarh Municipal Council, Gud, Sirmaur, Baikunthpur, Tyonthar, Mangawan, Semaria , Chakghat and Dabhaura. Voters will also vote for the first time at the newly formed Manpur Municipal Council in Umaria. Voting will be held under strict security at Katni Municipal Corporation and Barhi Municipal Council and the urban bodies of Shahdol, Dhanpuri, Beauhari, Khand and Bakho. Apart from Hata Nagar Palika Parishad and Tendukheda and Patera Nagar Panchayats of Bundelkhand Damoh district, voters of Gunaur Municipal Council of Panna, Powai and Amanganj district will decide the fate of the candidates.
Jabalpur: Voting in Katangi, Majhauli, Patan and Shahpura
There are elections to the urban bodies in Katangi, Majhauli, Patan and Shahpura of Jabalpur district. For this reason, more than 400 employees and agents have been deployed here. Voting material was distributed to election parties to vote at Katangi City Council, Majhauli City Council, Patan City Council and Shahpura City Council on Tuesday evening. Electoral groups also marched to the polling stations late in the evening.
Balaghat: People will choose a representative to form the city government
For the development of the three organs of the district, the people will choose their representation to form the government of the city. The surveys will be conducted at 130 centers in 63 districts of Katangi and Lanji Municipal Council, including Balaghat municipality. In which 36 polling stations are very sensitive. In which the police force has been deployed.
Satna: More than a million voters from six urban bodies will choose the city government
Voting for the second phase of the urban planning body will take place in six town halls in the district. Where a lakh 11 thousand voters will imprison the fate of the candidates in the EVM machine. In the Satna district, in the second phase, voting will take place today from 7 am to 5 pm at 158 polling stations in Nagar Palika Parishad Maihar, Nagar Parishad Nagod, Rampur Baghelan, Ramnagar, Amarpatan and Kotor.
Umaria: Voting for the first time at the newly formed Manpur City Council
Voting will take place for the first time in the second phase of the municipal elections for the newly formed Manpur City Council. Before Manpur was one gram panchayat, another three gram panchayats have been included to turn it into a town hall. Other gram panchayats that are included in Manpur City Council include Sigdi, Semra and Gowarde. After the inclusion of another three gram panchayats in Manpur City Council, the voter count here increased to 14970 and Manpur took the form of City Council. Following the constant demand of the people of Manpur, the Chief Minister of the state, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, had announced to make Manpur a city council and in 2021, Manpur was declared as a city council in the bulletin.
Rewa: 171229 voters will exercise the right of authorization for the Municipal Corporation
The posts of mayor and councilor of Rewa Municipal Corporation will be voted on, as well as the posts of councilor in the Municipal Council of Govindgarh, Gurh, Sirmaur, Baikunthpur, Tyonthar, Mangawan, Semaria, Chakghat and Dabhaura. 171229 voters of the Rewa Municipal Corporation will exercise their franchise, which includes 88,950 men, 82267 women and 12 more voters. Similarly, a total of 8,161 voters, including 4,245 men, 3,916 women in Nagar Panchayat Govindgarh, 10,369 men, 9,750 women and another in Gud, 20,120 voters, including 5,498 men, 5,076 women in Sirmaur and 44,717 women in Baipur and 43. They are a total of 8488 voters. While 12,192 total voters, including 6,454 men, 5,737 women and another in Tyonthar town hall, a total of 9,047 voters, including 4,615 men, 4,432 women in town hall, Semaria 6,225 men, 5,774 women, including 11,999 voters, Chakghat a total of 458733. voters including women and a total of 16,956 voters, including 8,885 men and 8,071 women in the city council, Dabhaura will exercise his right to vote.
838 candidates are in the fight for 13 seats and councilors for mayor
13 candidates are in the fight for mayor in the Rewa Municipal Corporation. 838 candidates are in the fight for councilor positions in 45 districts of the Rewa Municipal Corporation and 135 districts of 9 urban bodies.
Panna: Voting in Gunaur, Powai and Amanganj district
Voting will take place in three urban bodies Gunaur, Powai and Amanganj of the district. In the presence of observer JS Mandloi, the final randomization of the electoral parties designated for the three bodies was done in the NIC room. Polling stations were allocated after the randomization of 60 constituencies, including the reservation.
Shahdol: 78,000 voters will decide today the fate of 412 candidates
Voting will take place in four urban bodies of Dhanpuri district, Beauhari, Khand and Bakho. Elections are being held for 73 district councilors in the four bodies, in which there are 412 candidates for the fight. Now its fate will be decided on Wednesday by 78,338 voters, who will be locked in EVM. There is the possibility of a triangular contest at all four venues, as the two main BJP-Congress parties have failed to stifle discontent over ticket distribution. Dissatisfaction increased after the recent expulsion of the rebels from the party, which could hurt the party’s authorized candidates. That is why the independents are giving competition to most of the rooms, a triangular competition situation has been created. In Khand, only the public has opposed the BJP. The insurgents continued their tricks until the day before the polls, so they could teach the party a lesson.
Anuppur: 65,139 voters will choose their public representatives from 433 candidates
In Anuppur, Pasan, Dola, Dumarkchar, Banagwan district, the general election program of the city body will be held from 7 to 17 hours. There are a total of 65,139 voters in the five civic areas, who will decide the fate of the 433 candidates running in 77 neighborhoods who are fighting for councilorship. The prestige of the BJP and Congress is at stake in all five bodies, as many candidates are running for revolt and independent candidates are also fighting in all neighborhoods whose position is in a strong position. There are 73 candidates in 15 districts in the Anuppur municipality area, similarly, there are a total of 18 districts in Pasan where 75 candidates are fighting. There are 15 districts in Nagar Panchayat Banagwan where 131 candidates, 81 in Dola and 73 in Doomar Cachar are running for councilor. Trial time is today when the candidates ’luck box will be imprisoned in the EVM machine. There are 15 districts in Anuppur, Dola, Dumarkchar and Banagawan and 18 districts in Pasan under the general elections of the urban body. In this electoral municipality Anuppur has 18 thousand 625 voters, of which 9 thousand 576 are male voters and 9 thousand 45 female voters and 4 voters of third gender. Similarly, in the Municipal Council of Pasan there are 19 thousand 351 voters, of which 10 131 are male voters and 9 thousand 217 female voters and a third of gender. There are 14,518 voters in the newly formed Municipal Council, Banagwan (Rajnagar), of whom 7,778 are male voters and 6,739 are female voters and another voter. There are 7 thousand 806 voters in Nagar Parishad Dola of whom 4 thousand 73 are men and 3 thousand 733 are women. Similarly, in Dumarkchar City Council there are 4 thousand 839 voters, of whom 2 thousand 618 are men and 2 thousand 221 are women.
10 sensitive polling stations and six sensitive polling stations:
Considering the general elections of the urban bodies being held in Anuppur, Pasan district, 10 sensitive polling stations and 06 sensitive polling stations have been declared. In which special security provisions have been made from the point of view of security. It has been said that there are six sensitive polling stations, six very sensitive to the Anuppur city body and four sensitive polling stations to the Pasan city body.
Seoni: Chapara City Council will be imprisoned in EVM, the fate of Keolari’s candidates
Voting will take place for the election of councilors from 15 districts of Chhapara City Council and Keolari Municipal Council. For the election of 15 councilors, 25 polling stations have been set up in Chhapara town hall. The total number of voters in this is 15 thousand 438. Among them, the male voters are seven thousand 732 and the women are seven thousand 705 and one more. Also, 23 polling stations have been created for the election of 15 councilors in Keolari town hall. The total number of voters in this is 16 thousand 515. Of these, the male voters are eight thousand 359 and the women eight thousand 156. Voting will take place in these polling stations from 7 to 17 h. The vote count will take place on July 20.
Katni: More than two thousand voters will decide the fate of 273 candidates
Voting will take place at Katni Municipal Corporation and Barhi Municipal Council. In this, more than 2 thousand voters will decide the fate of 273 candidates. In the second phase, voting will take place in 218 polling stations of the Katni Municipal Corporation. In which there are a total of 1,93,388 voters in Katni Municipal Corporation, of whom 97,444 are male voters, 95,935 female voters and nine more voters who are using their right to vote to elect the elected representative from among 186 candidates for the post of councilor. of 45 neighborhoods and 12 candidates for mayor. He will choose
Damoh: 182 candidates fighting for 45 councilor positions
The Damoh District City Council has been removed for the elections of the city body and voting is to be done on Nagar Panchayat Tendukheda and Nagar Panchayat Patera. In the second phase, 182 candidates are trying their luck in election season for the post of 45 councilors of three bodies, 58 for the post of 15 councilors of the suppressed Municipal Council, 66 for the post of 15 councilors of Tendukheda and 58 for the post of 15 Patera councilors. Candidates are in the fight. For the city body elections, where the city council eliminated, for Tendukheda City Council and Patera City Council, independent candidates like BJP, Congress, Bahujan Samaj Party and Aam Aadmi Party are also doing all you can to win the election with all your might. .