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  1. Kanpur Municipal Corporation Nagar Nigam elections result 2017: Full List of ward-wise winners

Kanpur Municipal Corporation Nagar Nigam elections result 2017: Full List of ward-wise winners

Kanpur Nagar Nigam Municipal Corporation elections result 2017: Full List of Winners from all wards in UP Civic Polls

By: | Updated: December 1, 2017 4:50 PM
Kanpur Nagar Nigam Municipal Corporation elections result 2012: Full List of Winners from all wards in UP Civic Polls and how is it expected in 2017 Kanpur Nagar Nigam Municipal Corporation elections result 2012: Full List of Winners from all wards in UP Civic Polls and how is it expected in 2017

Kanpur Nagar Nigam (Municipal Corporation) Election Result 2017 came out today. BJP Mayor candidate Pramila Pandey has become the female mayor. BJP had fielded Pramila Pandey as its candidate for mayoral position of Kanpur Municipal Corporation Nagar Nigam.  Pandey is a former municipal corporator. She was also the party mahanagar vice-president and mahila morcha mahanagar president. As per the latest trend, Pandey is leading in the race for mayoral position. The city of Kanpur has two of its MLAs serving as ministers in Adityanath government and a victory here is important for the BJP here. In November 5, the ruling BJP had announced mayoral candidates for Kanpur municipal corporation. The announcement was done two days before the last date for filing nominations for the first phase of urban local body polls. Like capital Lucknow, Kanpur will get a woman mayor this time.

Kanpur Nagar Nigam (Municipal Corporation) Result 2017: Full list of winners

This section will be updated on December 1 after the announcement of the result.

On November 22, 24 districts in UP went to polls for the municipal elections with voting being held in 4,095 wards over 230 local bodies. As many as 3,731 polling stations and 11, 683 polling booths have been set up for the 1.09 crore eligible voters. The first phase of polling began on November 22. In all the three phases, a combined 3.32 crore voters were eligible to cast their vote at 36, 269 polling booths and 11,389 polling stations. The Bharatiya Janata Party had won a landslide victory in municipal polls in 2012 winning 10 out of 12 mayoral positions. The current Deputy Chief Minister of UP Dinesh Sharma had then won the position of Lucknow mayor.

The Mathura-Vrindavan municipal corporation and Ayodhya municipal corporation (covering Faizabad and Ayodhya) formed under the Adityanath government were also going to polls. For the first phase, polling was held in Meerut, Agra, Kanpur, Ayodhya and Gorakhpur. For the second phase, Ghaziabad, Aligarh, Mathura, Allahabad, Lucknow and Varanasi went to polls and for the third phase, voting was held for Saharanpur, Moradabad, Bareilly, Firozabad and Jhansi.

BJP Mayor candidate Pramila Pandey has become the female mayor

Samajwadi Party chief and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav abstained from campaigning rigorously and held a handful of press conferences and meetings before the elections. Akhilesh’s suffered a massive defeat at the hands of BJP in the Assembly election and despite Adityanath jumping into the campaign trail, Akhilesh did not follow.

The Bahujan Samaj Party which contested the municipal polls after over 20 years didn’t see party supremo and former UP CM Mayawati campaign at all. Her party finished third in the Assembly elections and for long had a policy of not contesting local elections. Paper ballots as well as electronic voting machines were used for polls, according to reports. EVMs were employed for voting in 16 municipal corporations while in 438 municipal boards or nagar panchayats and 198 nagar palikas or town areas paper ballots were used.

According to the State Election Commission, the overall polling percentage in the first phase on November 22 stood at 52.59. In 2012, the polling percentage in these districts that went to polls in first phase was 46.1. The highest polling in the first phase was recorded in Hamirpur, which witnessed a 69.59 per cent turnout, followed by Amethi. The second phase of the elections saw an average voter turnout of over 50 per cent. A total of 1.3 crore electors in 25 districts were eligible to exercise their franchise in the second phase. In 2012, the polling percentage in these districts was 43.67.

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