Maharashtra Panchayat Election Results 2021: Counting of votes for Maharashtra Panchayat Samiti by-elections continues from Wednesday morning, know LIVE Updates so far
Maharashtra Panchayat Election Results 2021: Counting of votes for by-elections for 144 panchayat samiti seats and 85 zilla parishad seats in six district councils of Dhule, Nandurbar, Akola, Washim, Nagpur, Palghar in Maharashtra is underway from Wednesday morning. Counting of votes is taking place at a total of 3,829 centers in the state. A total of 367 candidates are in the fray for Zilla Parishad seats and 555 candidates for Panchayat Samiti seats, their fate is to be decided today. The by-elections to Zilla Parishad and Panchayat Samitis were concluded with sporadic incidents on Tuesday.Also Read – Shiv Sena sticks to the formula of two-and-a-half-year government, Uddhav Thackeray sought written assurance from Amit Shah
Let us inform that the Maharashtra government had sought postponement of the elections regarding the Corona and OBC ordinance, but the Supreme Court refused to do so and on Tuesday, 6 districts of Dhule Nandurbar, Akola, Washim, Nagpur and Palghar in Maharashtra Voting was held for 84 seats under the council and 141 vacant posts of 38 Panchayat Samiti.
Election results have been declared for nine Zilla Parishad seats, in which BJP has won four seats, Shiv Sena two, NCP two and CPI-M one.
BJP’s Sunil Machi wins Palghar
BJP candidate Meenakshi Sarode has got victory in Pardasinga Zilla Parishad in Katol taluk. This seat was earlier with the NCP.
Neema Patle of Congress has won by 198 votes in Shahada Taluka of Javade Tabo Constituency.
Vaishali Patil of Congress has won by 1352 votes in Sultanpur constituency.
Congress’s Sangeeta Patil has won in Shahada Taluka.
Congress candidate has won in Nandurbar.
Let us inform that the by-elections for the vacant seats of 5 Zilla Parishads and Panchayat Samitis attached to them were earlier to be held on 19 July 2021. But in view of the July 6 order of the Supreme Court and the request made by the state government in view of the situation of Kovid, the Election Commission postponed the by-election.
After this, the Supreme Court directed the Election Commission to take an immediate decision regarding the by-election. Under this order, the State Election Commission has conducted by-elections.