The BJP victory of Ward 3 in 3706 has been won by Karishma Maran. While Rajesh Hingorani of Ward 4 won by 26 BJP votes. While from the 16th district, Mohammad Sarwar of Congress has won. In Room 12, Devendra Bhargava won by 850 votes, in Room 13, Manoj Rathor won by 350, in Room 21 Vinita Soni won by 175 votes. Ward 46’s Guddu Chauhan leads by 1352 votes, though the official announcement has not yet been made.
First round of the mayor … Malti Rai leading by 5541 votes
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2nd round of the mayor Malti Rai leading by 13,211 votes
2nd round of the mayor Malti Rai leads by 23,953 votes
BJP’s Malti Rai leadership has risen after ten rounds of counting in Bhopal. Malti Rai is claimed to lead by more than 50,000 votes. At the same time, Congress Congresswoman Vibha Patel has fallen behind. The first result of the Bhopal Municipal Corporation was at BJP. BJP candidate Karishma Maran has won the Ward No. However, the announcement was not made. On the other hand, the brother of BJP district president Sumit Pachauri and 78th district candidate Neeraj Pachauri is behind. The BJP has won 38 neighborhoods and Congress has won 19. At the same time, an independent councilor candidate is ahead in a neighborhood.
Mixed results are visible in five neighborhoods in the Kolar region. Congress leads the 80th district, the BJP the 81st, the BJP the 82nd, the BJP the 83rd, the Congress the 84th and the Congress the 85th.
The first formal announcement took place in Bhopal. Malti Rai obtained 28 thousand 671 votes, while Patel of the Congress obtained 23 thousand 130 votes. NOTE obtained 501 votes. This situation has been created after having a total of 53 thousand 842 votes. However, it is claimed that Malti Rai has achieved an advantage of more than 15,000 votes.
In Bhopal, Malti Rai has an advantage of about six thousand votes. He faces Vibha Patel’s challenge to Congress for mayor. The administration has not formally declared the results even after three hours of counting. This has created a state of confusion. According to sources, so far the trends of 29 neighborhoods have been received, of which the BJP is ahead by 24 and Congress by five. Malti Rai has also complained to the district councilor for the cancellation of a large number of postcards. BJP leaders claim their party has won in more than 50 neighborhoods.
The BJP mayoral candidate, Malti Rai, arrived at the counting place before opening the vault.
– Photo: Amar Ujala
The counting of votes has begun in Bhopal. The vault was opened in the presence of the candidates. Then the counting of ballots by mail began. At 10 o’clock, the BJP leads with 205 votes from the 8th district of Bhopal. After completing two rounds, congressional candidates lead neighborhoods 22, 23, 34, and 42. In the initial trends, of the 85 neighborhoods, the BJP has the lead at 14 and Congress at 17.
The counting of votes will begin on July 6 at the 2160 polling stations in 85 boroughs of the Municipal Corporation from 9 a.m. in the Old Hills Prison in Bhopal. Postcards will be counted first. EVM votes will be counted from 9:30 p.m. All wards will be counted together. The votes of the candidates for mayor will also be counted together. The mayor’s trends will begin at 12 noon. The full results will be announced at 9 p.m. District election official Avinash Lavania said eight mayoral candidates and 398 councilor candidates are in the fight. The first election results will come for Huzur Vidhan Sabha District 3, as the number of polling stations here is at least 12. A total of 148 polls are counted.
The reputation of the giants is at stake
The reputation of veterans is at stake in civic body elections. Along with local BJP leaders, even former chief minister Uma Bharti has given tickets to her followers. In Congress, supporters of Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh have tickets. Congress has given tickets to only 4 of its 28 councilors. The BJP has also given tickets to only 5 of its 57 councilors. Most of the new faces will be seen at the next town hall.
All results will arrive at 9 p.m.
The results of the 12 neighborhoods of Huzoor will be published within three to four hours of the start of the count. This includes the one to six and six districts of Kolar from 80 to 85. Then the results of the North and Central Vidhan Sabha will begin to arrive. The Govindpura count will be extended to the end, as it has the maximum number of 425 polling stations and 18 districts. The results will arrive here at 8 p.m. The results of Narela’s assembly will also go around that.
Bhopal 2022 municipal elections result live: BJP leadership as mayor strengthened, Malti leads by 23,953 votes in the third round
Who will govern the government of the capital city of Madhya Pradesh? Congress or BJP? Malti Rai will rise to the ranks of the BJP as a disadvantaged or Bhopal will put Vibha Patel back in the mayor’s chair, this is a question that will be answered today.
The fate of 8 mayors and 398 candidates for councilors from 85 districts of Bhopal will be decided today. The vote count will begin at 9 p.m. The first trend can be expected in half an hour. The competition for the mayor’s chair in Bhopal is between Malti Rai of the BJP and Vibha Patel of the Congress. For the 85-council seat, 398 candidates are in the fight. In these, more than a dozen parties, including BJP, Congress, Aam Aadmi Party, AIMIM, SP, JDU and Owaisi BSP are also in the fight. In the last municipal elections in Bhopal, of the 85 districts, 55 of the BJP, 26 of the Congress and 4 independent councilors had won. This time too, the main competition in the elections is between the BJP and Congress candidates.