UP civic elections results 2017: The counting process for the three-phase Uttar Pradesh Municipal Election polling began earlier today in the state.
UP civic elections results 2017: The counting process for the three-phase Uttar Pradesh Municipal Election polling began earlier today in the state. Starting with the first phase of the elections on November 22, the elections are set to end today with the announcement of the results. As soon as the results are declared, it will be updated on the official website of Uttar Pradesh’s State Election Commission at sec.up.nic.in. You can go and check the website for the ‘Winner Result List’, ‘Result Dashboard ‘, ‘Political Party Wise’, ‘Winning Candidate Certificate’ and ‘Individual Search Result’. All you need to do is to click on the respective tab on the official website and check the result.
Here is a step by step guide to check the UP civic election results 2017-
- Visit the official website of State Election Commission of UP at sec.up.nic.in
- Now if you wish to check the result list for a specific post, click on the ‘Winner Result List’ tab
- If you wish to check the overall result, click on the ‘Result Dashboard’ tab
- For checking the party-wise result, click on the ‘Political Party Wise’
- To check the statistics of the winning candidate, click on the ‘Winning Candidate Certificate’ tab
- Click on the ‘Individual Search Result’ tab to check individual results
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These Municipal Elections are also expected to serve as a litmus test for Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adiyanath, as this is the local election that has been conducted in the state after he took charge of the office. The results will decide whether the BJP party has managed to maintain its popularity among the people in the state or not. The UP Municipal Elections are important for the party also because, the Gujarat Assembly Elections are just around the corner and the party will be looking to reiterate its claim and provide a steady support to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During the campaigning phase in the state, CM Adityanath himself led a crusade across 16 local bodies.
A total of 3.32 crore voters were eligible to cast their votes across 36, 269 polling booths and 11,389 polling stations in the state. The first phase of the Municipal Corporation polling began on Wednesday, November 22, while the second phase was conducted on November 26 and third on November 29. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), back in 2012, witnessed a landslide victory in the municipal polls after winning 10 out of 12 mayoral positions. Dinesh Sharma who is currently the Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh was appointed as the Lucknow mayor in 2012.