Punjab Civic Poll Results 2021: Congress Sweeps State Nagar Nigam Polls
The Punjab State Election Commission (PSEC) started counting votes for 2,302 wards in 117 civic bodies, including eight municipal corporations and 109 municipal councils today. The state election Commission ordered re-polling in booth number 32 and 33 of the Mohali municipal corporation on Wednesday from 8 am to 4 pm.
Chandigarh, February 17: The results of elections to seven municipal corporations and 109 municipal councils or Nagar panchayats in Punjab are likely to be announced by the state election commission by evening on Wednesday. The Congress has won all the seven Nagar Nigams. The Congress has registered massive victory in Abohar municipal council elections.
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The grand old party has won 49 seats out of 50, while the Shiromani Akali Dal managed to win only one seat. Shiromani Akali Dal has won 10 of 13 wards in Majitha Nagar council, Congress has won two and an independent candidate won the remaining one seat at 11 am on Wednesday. Meanwhile, counting of votes for Mohali Nagar Nigam will be conducted on Thursday.
Here is Party-Wise Result of Nagar Nigam Elections:
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The state election Commission ordered re-polling in booth number 32 and 33 of the Mohali municipal corporation on Wednesday from 8 am to 4 pm. Therefore counting for all wards of the Mohali MC will be held on February 18.
The elections were held on February 14. 2,037 candidates are from the Congress while 1,569 are from SAD. The BJP, AAP and BSP fielded 1,003, 1,606 and 160 candidates, respectively. 2,832 are independents candidates also contested the elections. Overall, 71.39 per cent turnout was recorded in the polls for the civic bodies for which Congress, AAP, BJP and Akali Dal are taking on each other.