Maharashtra Legislative Council Results: In the elections held on two seats of Maharashtra Legislative Council, the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi government has suffered a major setback. BJP candidates have won Nagpur and Akola Legislative Council seats in Vidarbha.
In the elections held on two seats of Maharashtra Legislative Council, the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi government has suffered a major setback.
In the elections held on two seats of Maharashtra Legislative Council, the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi government has suffered a major setback. BJP candidates have won Nagpur and Akola Legislative Council seats in Vidarbha. Congress has been badly defeated in Vidarbha. In the Akola-Washim-Buldana and Nagpur local body elections of the Legislative Council, the BJP defeated the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi by a huge margin. BJP’s Vasant Khandelwal won the Akola seat by 110 votes. Khandelwal won by 328 votes out of 438. Chandrashekhar Bawankule won from Nagpur seat by defeating Congress supported independent candidate Mangesh Deshmukh.
Cross voting in favor of BJP
Around 16 members of Maha Vikas Aghadi cross-voted in favor of BJP. Maha Vikas Aghadi had 202 authorized votes. BJP leader Chandrashekhar Bawankule said on his victory that state Congress state president Nana Patole should resign taking responsibility.
According to the information received from the State Election Commission, the election results of Nagpur Municipal Corporation (MLC) and Akola-Washim-Buldhana local body elections are being declared. Voting was held on December 10 for both the seats of the Legislative Council. Elections were held for a total of six seats in the state, out of which four seats went to polls unopposed. BJP candidates have won both Nagpur and Akola-Washim-Buldhana seats. BJP’s Vasant Khandelwal has won in Akola. In Nagpur, Chandrashekhar Bawankule won by 176 votes.
status in nagpur local election
Total Voters – 559
Municipal Corporation – 155 members
Zilla Parishad – 70 members
Municipal Council and Nagar Panchayat – 334 members
party status in nagpur
BJP – 316
Nationalist Congress – 24
Shiv Sena – 28
BSP – 12
Shekap – 5
Local Group – 7
Independent – 17
Party situation in Akola-Washim-Buldhana
Total Voters – 822
BJP – 254
Congress – 191
Shiv Sena – 124
Nationalist Congress 91
district wise voters
Akola – 287
Washim – 168
Buldhana – 367
The biennial elections to the Maharashtra Legislative Council were held on 10 December for six seats from five local authority constituencies. The election took place due to the retirement of the existing members. Six seats fell vacant from Mumbai (2 seats), and one each from Kolhapur, Dhule-cum-Nandurbar, Akola-cum-Buldhana-cum-Washim and Nagpur.
Celebrations in BJP, Party President JP Nadda congratulated
In the Maharashtra Legislative Council elections, BJP won 4 seats out of 6 seats, respected arenarendramodi It shows people’s faith in G’s leadership, policies and plans.
I state president @ChDadaPatil Yes , @Dev_Fadnavis g and @bjp4maharashtra Congratulations to all the workers of
— Jagat Prakash Nadda (@JPNadda) December 14, 2021
Nagpur MLC election counting | 549 votes have been declared valid. In the first-preference vote count, Chandrashekhar Bawankule leads with 362 votes, Mangesh Deshmukh has got 186 votes#Maharashtra
– ANI (@ANI) December 14, 2021
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