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Maharashtra Nagar Panchayat Election 2021 Results: The date for counting of votes for 106 nagar panchayats in 32 districts of Maharashtra is yet to be announced. The voting for the posts was held yesterday and a total of 76 per cent turnout was recorded. The poll was held without reservation for Other Backward Classes (OBCs). Along with the municipal elections, by-elections to Sangli, Miraj, Kupwad, Ahmednagar and Dhule municipalities were also held yesterday.

Voting was also held for the Zilla Parishad elections of Bhandara and Gondia. Along with this, 15 Panchayat Samitis also went to polls yesterday besides some municipal corporation seats. On most of the seats, a bipolar contest was on cards. The nagar panchayat seats in Beed saw a contest between supporters of BJP leader Pankaja Munde and her cousin and state minister Dhananjay Munde of the NCP. In Sindhudurg, the main contest was between supporters of the Shiv Sena and Union minister Narayan Rane of BJP.

Maharashtra Nagar Panchayat, Election 2022 Results

A total of 105 nagar panchayat seats and two zilla parishads in 32 districts of Maharashtra went to polls on Tuesday keeping in mind Covid-19 protocols as per the guidelines of the state election commission.The election programme should be carried out by following the Covid-19 norms set by the Central and state governments. In this regard, instructions have been given to the District Collectors concerned to take action as per the guidelines issued by the State Election Commission,” state election commissioner UPS Madan had informed earlier.

Meanwhile, elections to the local bodies from other backward class (OBC) constituencies will be held on January 18 and the seats will be converted into general category based on the Supreme Court ruling.

The apex court had on December 15 ordered Maharashtra State Election Commission to issue a fresh notification to treat 27 per cent seats reserved for OBC as a general category for local body polls and commence the election process.

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The Supreme Court’s decision on no reservation for the OBCs had come in after the elections had been announced. Therefore, elections to the 34 seats reserved for OBCs in these councils will be held after de-reserving them. “The process for de-reservation of these seats has started, and the notification for the elections to those seats as ‘general’ will be held on January 18,” senior officer from the Nashik district administration said. The counting of all the seats will be carried out on January 19, the officer added.

The bypolls for gram panchayat are also being conducted on Tuesday. There are 44 seats in 39 gram panchayats for which elections will be held. There are 19 more seats that were earlier reserved for the OBCs. Elections for these seats will be on January 18. Votes will be counted on Decemeber 22 for gram panchayats that did not have OBC seats.

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