Gram Panchayat Election 2022 Results, Shinde-Fadnavis or Mavia?
Gram Panchayat Election 2022 Results: The results of the state’s 7 thousand 751 gramme panchayats will be announced today. The results of the elections held under the new rules of directly electing
The Sarpanch are being announced today, and the entire state is watching to see if the constituent parties of the Mahavikas Aghadi or the ruling Shinde group and the Bharatiya Janata Party win the most seats. The counting of votes will begin at 10 a.m. in many places, including the Pune district, and has already begun in some places.
Direct voting for the post of Sarpanch was also held on Sunday with a total of 7 thousand 751 Gram Panchayat members in various districts of the state. The majority of these gramme panchayats were in Vidarbha. Voting has been held in Vidarbha for a total of 2276 Gram Panchayats, and the villages are waiting to see who will win today.
Voting was held for 293 gramme panchayats in Sindhudurg, 431 in Kolhapur, 1418 in Solapur, and 236 in Nagpur, in addition to Vidarbha. Likewise, the results of 196 Gram Panchayats in Nashik, 1965 Gram Panchayats in Ahmednagar, and 670 Gram Panchayats in Beed will be announced today.
The Mushrif group was taken aback by the first result.
At eight o’clock in the morning, the first result was released from Bamani in Kagal taluka. There has been a power shift in Bamani, and the Samarjitraje group has dealt a significant blow to the Mushrif group. Sarpanch and the Samarjitraje group were victorious in the election.
Two villages in Bhor taluka, one in Daund, one village each in Junnar and Mulshi are included for the post of Sarpanch. So, in Velha taluka, 18 gramme panchayat member posts are vacant, 22 in Bhor, one in Daund, 16 in Junnar, eight in Ambegaon, two in Khed, one in Maval, and 11 in Mulshi.
How many candidates from Pune
There were 3313 candidates competing for 1062 Gram Panchayat member posts in the Pune district. There were 519 candidates competing for the 167 Sarpanch positions. On the one hand, most villages have had churas for Gram Panchayat elections. However, on the other hand, this post has remained vacant due to non-receipt of nominations for 79 seats.
No one applied for the election, and some applications were rejected. As a result, the position of member has remained vacant. Now the programme of by-elections will be announced by the State Election Commission. According to the district administration, the selection process for these seats will begin only after that.
Many gramme panchayats in the state have no opposition.
Many Gram Panchayats were elected unopposed out of 7 thousand 751 Gram Panchayats. Raigad has 50 Gram Panchayats, Beed has 34, Kolhapur has 43, Sangli has 28 and Sindhudurg has 44.