The effect of Arvind Kejriwal’s demonstration in Singrauli is visible. Aam Aadmi party candidate Rani Agarwal leads. Chandra Pratap Vishwakarma of BJP is second and Arvind Singh Chandel of Congress ranks number three. Aam Aadmi Party councilor candidates lead 15 of 45 districts.
Speaking of other places, Mukesh Tatwal of BJP has advanced on Ujjain. Congress has been leading Ujjain since morning. Similarly, in Chhindwara, Anj Dhurve of BJP has gained advantage. Now Congress is ahead only in Gwalior (Shobha Sikarwar), Jabalpur (Jagat Bahadur) and Burhanpur (Shahnaz Ismail Ansari). Sangeeta Tiwari of BJP is leader in Sagar, Malti Rai in Bhopal, Pushyamitra Bhargava in Indore, Yogesh Tamrakar in Satna.
The BJP president can be made in Shajapur
Given the trends and results of 29 neighborhoods in Shajapur municipality, people have rejected Congress. The BJP has won in room number 4, 11, 14, 16, 20, 23, 24, 28, 29 and leads many neighborhoods. For the first time, Aam Aadmi Party has opened an account by winning the Ward No. 27. Congress won in neighborhoods 8, 15 and 18, while it led in neighborhoods 6, 10 and 17.
BJP has captured the municipality of Mandsaur. The BJP has won council seats in 29 neighborhoods. At the same time, Congress won eight seats and the independents three.
Mahesh Parmar of Congress has a five thousand vote advantage in the election of the mayor of Ujjain Municipal Corporation. In Chhindwara and Jabalpur Congress candidates are also seen in a strong position. At the same time, in Satna, the BJP candidate has an advantage of more than seven thousand votes after two rounds. BJP also leads in Khandwa.
BJP in Khategaon BJP is getting a clear victory in Khategaon. The BJP has won nine of 15 seats. At the same time, Congress has won three seats and the independents have won three.
BJP back to Burhanpur: In Burhanpur, although the BJP’s candidate for mayor leads, Congress has outnumbered councilors. Eight candidates in Congress are ahead, while the BJP has only one candidate.
In Indore, Gwalior, Mandsaur, Khandwa, Burhanpur and Satna, BJP mayoral candidates have advanced. At the same time, in Chhindwara, Congress mayoral candidate Vikram Aahake leads by 300 votes in the counting of postcards on the BJP candidate. At the same time, there are reports of congressional candidates also advancing to Ujjain and Jabalpur.
BJP won the 15 districts of Badauni Nagar Panchayat in Datia, the home district of Madhya Pradesh Interior Minister Narottam Mishra. At the same time, BJP won 10 of the 15 districts of Kothi City Council, Congress in four and others in one. BJP won 12 of 15 seats in Shahpur City Council. Congress ahead in three. In the Baroda City Council, the BJP has won eight, Congress six and the Independents in one neighborhood.
Trends to earn 13 BJP, 2 independent in Nemavar. Net Congress. BJP is heading for victory in 11 of 15 in Kannada. In Nagar Parishad Bagli, they win 10 BJP candidates, three independents and two congressional candidates.
The results of the elections of 15 councilors of the Municipal Council of Tal in Ratlam arrived. The BJP has only won four seats. Congress has won five seats and independents six. In Alot, the BJP is receiving information to win nine seats and independents in two seats.
Controversy ahead of vote count in Khandwa.
– Photo: Amar Ujala
Controversy over chaos in Khandwa
There was a dispute in the Khandwa Municipal Corporation even before the vote count. Arrangements were made to list ten neighborhoods in one room. Congress leaders opposed it. He said there is neither a seating arrangement for agents nor for agents. His demand was that only five rooms should be counted in each room. The commotion lasted a long time. Only after that could I start counting ballots by mail.
clear image of orchha
At Orchha City Council, room number one teenager – BJP, room number two Anil Yadav – BJP, room number three Geeta Kushwaha – AAP, room number five Raghavendra Singh Jadaun – Congress room number six Shishupal Rajput – BJP, room number eight Rampal Rai – Independent, Ward number nine Kamlesh Rajak – Independent, Ward number 10 – Ramkunwar Parihar – Congress, Ward number 11 – Ravindra Rawat – Congress, Ward number 12 – Mira Damodar Kewat – BJP, Ward No. 13 – Sonu Kada – BJP, Ward No. 14 Shyamlal Kushwaha – BJP and Ward No. 15 Anil Yadav – Independent won.
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BJP to Uchehra: In the municipality of Uchehra in Satna, the BJP has won 10 seats, Congress two and the Independents have won two. The election was held undisputed in two seats.
Clear image in Jaitwara: In Jaitwara, the BJP has won six, Congress five and the independents four. The manipulation has begun for Nagar President Panchayat.
In Jaitwara Nagar Panchayat, Chandrabhushan Tiwari of district 1, Rajiv Vishwakarma of district 2, Sukhwanti Dohar of district 3, Jagannath Dinkar of district 4, Renu Dohar of district 5, Sangeeta of district 6, Brijesh Payasi of district 4 No. 7, Ward No. Laxmi Sodhia of No. 8, Satyavati Kesarwani of Ward 9, Shashi Porwal of Ward 10, Madhu Tripathi of Ward 11, Rajkumari of Ward 12, Prema of Ward 13, Inderpal Singh of Ward 14 and Mamta of Ward 15.
Trends have been received from the municipality of Mandsaur. There are reports of BJP leading in two districts, Congress in one and independent candidates in two. The picture is expected to be clear at 10 a.m. Similarly, Brijesh Tiwari of the BJP won Niwari’s room number nine by 314 votes.
In the Indore Municipal Corporation elections, Pushpmitra Bhargava of the BJP gets a first lead in the counting of postcards. The late candidate in Congress, Sanjay Shukla, in the early trends of postcards.
In Satna, trends have been found for four rooms: 9, 10, 11 and 12. BJP seems to be gaining an edge in this. Preliminary results also come from Chitrakoot Nagar Panchayat. Gangotri Tripathi, the 10th district BJP candidate, defeated Rajmani Sharma of Congress by 156 votes. On the other hand, the independent candidate of the district number 2 Gulab Gupta defeated the independent Ajay Tiwari by 21 votes. Independent candidate Ashish Kumar Sharma has defeated BJP candidate Neeraj Sharma by 116 votes to Ward No. Similarly, in Orchha also BJP is getting information on how to get an advantage.
The counting of votes began at 9 am. The result of the Khandwa Municipal Corporation will come first, because it has the lowest number of voters. Later will come the result of the Indore Municipal Corporation, which has the most voters. In Sehore, 34 tables have been used to count the elections to the City Council. The count will be done in 2 to 5 rounds. 149 candidates have run for the post of councilor of 35 districts of Nagar Palika Parishad Sehore.
Result of the live deputy municipal elections: a big blow to the BJP in the municipal elections, the congress in three cities, the AAP ahead of Singrauli
The election results of 133 urban entities in Madhya Pradesh will arrive today. The count will begin at 9 a.m. with the ballots in the mail. We hope all results come out at noon. In the 11 municipal corporations where mayoral elections are held, it may take some time. Receipts will be withdrawn from EVMs from 9.30pm.
In the first phase of the 2022 Urban Bodies Elections, the counting of votes in 44 districts where 133 urban bodies were held on July 6 will begin at 9 a.m. on July 17. With this the results will be declared. According to state election commissioner Basant Pratap Singh, preparations for the counting of votes have been completed. On July 17, the votes will be counted in 11 municipal corporations, 36 municipalities and 86 municipalities. Voting in urban bodies was done through EVM. In a second phase, the counting of votes will take place from 9 am on July 20 in the 214 urban entities where the vote was held on July 13.
11 Municipal Corporation
The vote count will be done for the municipal corporations of Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Khandwa, Burhanpur, Chhindwara, Ujjain, Sagar, Singrauli and Satna.
36 Municipal Council
Rajgarh, Biaora, Sehore, Vidisha, Ganjbasoda, Dabra, Guna, Ashoknagar, Datia, Panagar, Sihora, Amarwada, Seoni, Varaseoni, Narsinghpur, Kareli, Gotegaon, Gadarwara, Badnagar, Neemuch, Shajapur, Mandsaur, Makarhlionia, el Ch Counting will also be done in Damoh, Panna, Itarsi, Betul, Amla, Harda, Umaria, Lahar, Sheopur, Porsa and Ambah.
86 City Council
Khujner, Suthalia, Silwani, Bari, Bareilly, Betma, Depalpur, Gautampura, Hatod, Mahugaon, Manpura, Rau, Sanwer, Badnawar, Shahpur, Antri, Bhitarwar, Bilaua, Pichor, Mohana, Badarwas, Khaniadhana, Rannoud, Barela, Shadhora Bhedaghat, Barghat, Tendukheda, Saikheda, Chichli, Salichowka, Vijayraghavgarh, Kaimor, Jiran, Alot, Tal, Maksi, Badod, Nagri, Bagli, Karnad, Hatpipalya, Kannad, Satwas, Loharda, Katafod, Nema, Khateharah,, , Rajnagar, Harpalpur, Patharia, Hindoria, Baldevgarh, Khargapur, Niwari, Taricharkala, Orchha, Kakarhati, Ajaygarh, Devendranagar, Hanumana, Mauganj, Naigarhi, Chitrakoot, Uchehra, Jaitwara, Counting of votes, Kopur will take place in Khir , Sirali, Nautozabad, Chandia, Amarkantak, Mihona, Alampur, Daboh, Raun and Baroda.