Chandigarh Municipal Corporation Election Results 2021 Highlights: Putting up a spectacular show ahead of the assembly elections in Punjab, the Aam Aadmi Party has so far bagged 14 seats in the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation elections results while the BJP remains at a close second with 12 bags in its kitty. The civic body polls have come as a major setback for the Congress which remains a distant third wining eight seats.
In the 2016 Chandigarh Municipal Corporation Election (26 Wards), the BJP had won 20 seats and its erstwhile ally Shiromani Akali Dal had bagged one while the Congress had to settle at four seats.
Chandigarh Municipal Corporation Election Results 2021, Chandigarh Nagar Nigam Election Results 2021
In the outgoing MC house, out of the total 26 seats, the BJP has 20 councillors, Congress five and the Shiromani Akali Dal has one.
Aam Aadmi Party’s victory in Chandigarh municipal corporation is an indication of the upcoming change in Punjab. The people of Chandigarh have today rejected the corrupt politics and chosen AAP’s honest politics. Many congratulations to all the winning candidates and workers of AAP. Punjab is ready for a change this time: Arvind Kejriwal
The Aam Aadmi Party put up a spectacular show as it made its debut in the Chandigarh municipal corporation elections where it outshined the rivals BJP and Congress, bagging 14 out of the 35 wards. The BJP remained a distant second bagging 12 seats while the Congress suffered a major blow, winning just eight seats. Read More
I thank the people of Chandigarh on behalf of AAP & Arvind Kejriwal to have given such love & trust to a small & honest party like ours, who contested elections here for the first time ever. Chandigarh is just a trailer, Punjab is the movie: AAP's Raghav Chadha
AAP wins 14 seats, BJP wins 12 seats, Congress wins 8 seats and SAD wins 1 seat
AAP leader Raghav Chadha, congratulating the party on its lead, said this reflected the upcoming results in the Punjab assembly elections. “This was just the trailer,” he said.
AAP wins 14 seats, BJP wins 10 seats, Congress wins 5 seats and SAD wins 1 seat
BJP candidate Jasmanpreet Singh wins from Ward No. 32
AAP candidates Suman Devi, Neha, Prem Lata win from Wards 4, 19 and 23 respectively.
As per the trends available so far, the Aam Aadmi Party has won 10 seats while the BJP is a distant second seven seats. The Congress has bagged five seats.
Congress candidate Gurbax Rawat wins from Ward No 27, AAP candidate Ram Chander Yadav wins from Ward No 15, BJP's Anup Gupta wins from Ward No 11
AAP wins 9 seats, BJP six and Congress five
Two-time councillor and Congress candidate Gurbaz Rawat wins from Ward No. 27
AAP has so far won eight out of the 35 seats while the BJP is a distant second with six seats in its kitty. The Congress has managed to win in two wards only.
Shiromani Akali Dal's Chandigarh unit chief Hardeep Singh wins from Ward No 30
Sitting mayor Ravi Kant Sharma of the BJP has been defeated by AAP candidate Damanpreet Singh.
BJP candidate Heera Negi – a two-time legislator – loses to AAP candidate Anju Katyal in Ward No. 22
BJP candidate Kuljeet Singh Sandhu wins Ward no 14
AAP's Taruna Mehta defeats BJP's Sunita Dhawan from Ward No. 18
Former Chandigarh mayor and BJP candidate Rajesh Kalia loses to AAP candidate Kuldeep in Ward 26
BJP candidate Kuljeet Singh wins from Ward No. 14
BJP candidate Mahesh Inder Sidhu wins from Ward No. 2
AAP candidates Jasbir Singh Laddi and Damanpreet Singh alias Badal win from Ward 21 and 17 respectively.
As per the initial trends, the AAP has won two seats, Congress one and BJP one.
BJP candidate Kanwarjeet Singh Rana wins from Ward No. 33, AAP candidate Yogesh Dhingra wins from Ward No. 25, which was BJP president Arun Sood's ward.
Counting of votes is underway at nine centres in Chandigarh. At each counting centre, there are six tables having one electronic voting machines (EVMs) on each.
The counting of votes will begin at 9 am and the initial trends are expected to trickle down in the first hour itself. The complete results are likely to be declared by 2 pm.