Mahrashtrians have once again shown their faith on BJP and its ally, Shiv Sena while casting their votes to them in Nagar panchayat elections. Till writing the news, as many as 40 BJP leaders have won the post of president Municipal Council, while 22 Shiv Sena candidates also got the victory for the post. At the same time, 13 NCP leaders also won the Presidential post of Municipal Council.
The votes counting for 147 Municipal Councils and 17 Nagar Panchayat election in Maharashtra has begun at 10 AM on Monday. In the first phase, polling was held at 164 MC and 3,706 Nagar Panchayat seats.
The voting will be held in different phases
A total of 15827 candidates were in the queues. Around 65 percent polling was reported in elections to 147 municipal councils and 17nagar panchayats. In total elections are being held for 212 civic bodies, comprising municipal councils and Nagar panchayats, in four phases in Maharashtra. In the first phase, voting for the 3,706 seats spread over 147 municipal councils and 17 Nagar Panchayats was held on Sunday. The next rounds of voting are scheduled on December 14, December 18, and January 8. 27 candidates have been declared elected unopposed and no nominations were received for Shirala Nagar Panchayat in Sangli district.
The elections seem as mini assembly election in the Maharashtra
The elections seem as a mini assembly election from which the actual opinion of the people will be brought out whether they are satisfied with the Fadnavis led BJP-government in Maharashtra. On the other hand, BJP and Shive Sena are contesting together, but Congress and NCP contesting individually.