Madhya Pradesh Municipal Election Phase 2 Result: The ruling BJP suffered a huge setback after it lost seven Municipal Corporations after two phases of counting. The BJP lost from the Morena Municipal Corporation, Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar’s home constituency. BJP’s Prabodh Vyas lost the Rewa Municipal Corporation polls to Congress’s Ajay Mishra (Baba). Congress won the Rewa Municipal Corporation after 25 years. While BJP won the mayoral elections in Dewas and Ratlam, Congress bagged Morena and Rewa.
After two phases of counting, the BJP has won in nine, the Congress in five, while AAP and an independent candidate got one seat each out of 16 Municipal Corporation seats. In 347 civic bodies, the BJP registered a lead in 256 out of 347 bodies.
The results for 214 urban bodies, including five Municipal Corporations, 40 Municipalities and 169 Nagar Parishads, was declared today. The voting for the second and final phase of civic body polls was held on July 13. According to the State Election Commission, 72.10% of voters exercised their franchise across 43 districts.
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Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath, questioning BJP's celebration post result declaration, pointed out that the ruling party has lost seven corporation seats.
After BJP's impressive show in MP's local body polls, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan thanked the people.
BJP's Prahlad Patel defeated Congress's Mayank Jat ny a huge margin of eight thousand votes. The BJP has also swept the corporator elections in Ratlam, winning 30 out of 49 wards, while the Congress won 15 and the Independents got four.
The ruling BJP suffered a huge setback after it lost 7 Municipal Corporations. The BJP lost from the Morena Municipal Corporation, Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar home constituency. BJP's Prabodh Vyas lost the Rewa Municipal Corporation polls to Congress's Ajay Mishra (Baba). Congress won the Rewa Municipal Corporation after 25 years.
Out of 47 wards, the Congress has won 19, followed by the BJP (15), BSP (8), Independents (3). Both AAP and Samajawadi Party have gotten one councilor each.
BJP swept the Mandav Municipality and bagged 11 out of 15 wards. The rest four went to Congress.
BJP has managed to win only four out 15 seats in Pohari Municipal Council in Shivpuri district. Pohari is also the home constituency of PWD state minister Suresh Dhakad, who had revolted along with Jyotiraditya Scindia within the Congress. While the Congress has won five, the independents have won six.
The Congress has won 14 out of 24 seats in Sidhi Nagar Palika, while the BJP has won six and the AAP one. Independents have won three seats.
While BJP won the mayoral elections in Dewas and Ratlam, Congress bagged Morena and Rewa. In Katni, independent candidate Preeti Suri is all set to become the mayor.
BJP wins Chaurai Town Council after 18 years. Chaurai is in Chhindwara, the home district of former Chief Minister and Congress leader Kamal Nath.
Two councilors from Aam Aadmi Party have won for the first time from the Bijawar Municipal Council in Chhatarpur district
Congress won 16 out of 30 wards in Ratlam's Jaora Municipality, while the BJP won 9 and Independents have bagged 5 wards.
BJP's Prahlad Patel wins from Ratlam, Congress' Ajay Mishra wins Rewa, while Geeta Agarwal from BJP wins Dewas.
BJP's Geeta Durgesh Agarwal defeated Vinodni Ramesh Vyas of Congress to win the Dewas mayoral election.
Shujalpur Municipality in Shajapur district witnessed BJP dominating the polls, bagging 17 out of 25 wards, while the Congress and Independents won 4 seats each.
BJP has registered a win in these City Councils: Ichhawar, Budhni, Nasrullaganj, Jawar, Rahati, Abdullahganj, Sultanpur, Sanchi, Udaipur, Lateri, Shamshabad, Jirapur, Kurawar, Khilchipur, Talen, Boda, Pachore, Machalpur, Chhiheda, Makhannagar, Bankhedi, Tendukheda, Patera, Gadhimalhara, Shahpura, Patan, Majhauli, Lanji, Nettle, Mandav, Thikri, Meghnagar, Kasrawad, Binaganj, Madhusudan Garh, Jora, Moth, Malanpur, Akodia, Polyakala, Pankhedi, Nalkheda, Kanad, Susner, Soytkala, Shamgarh, Sitamaugarh , Pipliya Mandi, Narayangarh, Malhargarh, Garoth, Suwasra, Bhaisoda, Govindgarh, Gurh, Mangawan, Sirmaur, Baikunthpur, Simaria, Chakghat, Nagod, Rampur Baghelan, and Manpur.
The results for 74 city councils have been declared by the SEC, out of which BJP has won 65 and the Congress has won nine.
Results of five municipal councils of Satna district:
Nagod Municipal Council
Kotar Municipal Council
Amarpatan Municipal Council
Rampur Baghelan Municipal Council
Ramnagar Municipal Council
BJP has won 14 seats in Sehore's Budhni, while the Congress won one seat. In Sehore's Rehti, BJP won 12 seats while Congress won one seat.
The BJP won 12 out of 15 wards in Betul. Soon after, celebrations broke out on the streets of Betul.
BJP won the Katangi Municipal Corporation in Balaghat district by bagging 9 out of 15 wards, while the Independents won in 4 wards, followed by the Congress which won 2 seats.
BJP could win only three seats in the Khand Nagar Parishad in Shahdol district, while Independent candidates bagged seven seats and the Congress five.
Congress wins big in Chhatarpur district's Satai Nagar Parishad, bagging 13 out of 15 seats, while the Samajwadi Party has secured two seats.
Congress has won Ward Number 2 from the Nagod Nagar Panchayat in Satna. Congress has won Amarpatan Municipal Council in Satna, winning eight out of 15 wards. BJP has won six and Bahujan Samaj Party has won one seat.
BJP wins Betul Municipal Council. The party has emerged victorious in 12 out of 15 wards. The remaining three wards have been won by Congress.
BJP's Sudha Gupta has bagged ward no 12 of Ramnagar Municipal Council of Satna district, while Congress wins Ward No. 14. In Nagaud, BJP has won Ward 6 and Congress in Ward 8 and Ward 4, Ward 11 has been bagged by an Independent candidate. BSP registers win in ward number 5 of Ramnagar of Satna while Ward 14 has been won by Congress.
Counting of votes underway in Dewas.
Amarpatan Municipality: Congress has won Ward Number 7 by 50 votes, while BJP has won Ward Numbers 9, 10 and 13. Congress has also registered wins in Ward 8 and Ward 15.
There is a direct contest between BJP and Congress in most seats. In some wards, SP, BSP and other parties have an upper hand.
The postal ballots will be counted first, followed by the EVMs. The picture will be clear by 2 pm.
BJP has won 676 seats, Congress has won349 and others have bagged 244 in 1289 wards of 86 municipal councils. The Aam Aadmi Party has won in eight wards while the Bahujan Samaj Party has won in 12 wards.
The AIMIM has started its electoral journey in Madhya Pradesh by contesting the civic polls, in which the party's four candidates for the corporator's post have won the elections in the first phase of counting, including two in Jabalpur and one each in Burhanpur and Khandwa.
This was the first time the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP contested the civic polls in Madhya Pradesh. Kejriwal had recently held a roadshow in support of Rani Agrawal.
“Many congratulations to AAP candidate Rani Agrawal ji, who won the post of mayor in the Singrauli Municipal Corporation of Madhya Pradesh, and all the winners and party workers,” Kejriwal said in a tweet in Hindi, and asked them to “work hard for the people”.
People in every corner of the country are now liking the honest politics of work of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), he added.
“AAP's grand entry in Madhya Pradesh,” the party tweeted, adding, “Our Mayoral candidate @AAPRaniAgrawal wins Singrauli. Congratulations to our winning councillors as well. Madhya Pradesh welcomes @ArvindKejriwal Model of Governance with open arms.” AAP national spokesperson and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh termed Agrawal's victory a “good sign”, and said it would further strengthen the party's base in Madhya Pradesh. (PTI)
In a maiden feat, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday won the post of Mayor in Singrauli municipal corporation in Madhya Pradesh, a victory party's national convener Arvind Kejriwal hailed as acceptability of AAP's honest politics in every corner of the country.
AAP leader Akshay Hunka claimed that the party has won 17 seats of corporators, including in the Gwalior division and Jabalpur division, and other parts of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-ruled state for the first time.
AAP's mayoral candidate Rani Agrawal defeated BJP's Chandrapratap Vishwakarma by a margin of 9,352 votes in Singrauli.
However, the AAP could garner just five seats in the 45-member Singrauli civic body, putting a question mark on how its party functionary on the hot seat will helm matters. (PTI)
According to the state election commission, the voter turnout across 43 districts was 72.10%, with 73.90% males and 70.10% females voting. While Seoni (84.50%), Agar Malwa (83.70%) and Neemuch (85.50%) districts witnessed the highest voter turnout, Morena (60.50%), Katni (60.92%) and Bhind (63.50%) were amongst the districts that recorded a low turnout.
BJP won seven municipal corporations, including Satna, Sagar, Khandwa Ujjain, Bhopal, Indore and Burhanpur. However, BJP suffered a setback as it lost four municipal corporations to the Opposition. Congress has emerged victorious in Kamal Nath’s bastion Chhindwara, Gwalior and Jabalpur municipal corporations. While the Aam Admi Party opened its account in MP after winning in Singrauli.
The results to the communally sensitive Khargone Municipal Council elections will be declared on Wednesday. Violent riots had erupted in Khargone earlier this year following the Ram Navami processions earlier this year. The polling was conducted peacefully in the district, which had witnessed a voter turnout of 71.30%. Heavy security was deployed at 60 centres, which were considered sensitive, across 33 wards in the district. In the days following the riots, the district administration had razed all illegal constructions in and around the riot-affected sites.
All eyes will be on the Sehore Municipal Council results, which also happens to be in the home district of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Ahead of the civic polls, Chouhan had held road shows and public rallies at Budhni and Ashta cities in Sehore, campaigning for the local BJP candidates. He attacked the Congress for neglecting the Ashta Municipality for long, alleging that the funds sent by his government for developing proper drinking water systems were not utilised by the Congress-dominated city council.
At a public rally, CM Chouhan had said that the properties of those who try to disrupt law and order will be strictly dealt with and their properties will be razed, if they “cast an evil eye on our brothers and sisters.” CM Chouhan also promised the people of Budhni a medical college with 750 beds.