Ebene Magazine – Gujarat Municipal Election Result 2021 Live Updates: BJP outranks Ahmedabad, leads in more than 50 seats hi

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Ebene Magazine - Gujarat Municipal Election Result 2021 Live Updates: BJP outranks Ahmedabad, leads in more than 50 seats hi

Gujarat Nikay Chunav 2021 Results: Counting of votes continues for the results of Gujarat Municipal Elections. Among the early trends in Ahmedabad, the BJP has taken a huge lead over the Congress. BJP is leading in more than 50 seats. Recently, after the results of local elections in Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Hyderabad, etc., Gujarat is eyeing everyone. Apart from BJP, Congress, this time Asaduddin Owaisi’s All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) is also in the fray. In the elections to six municipal corporations of Gujarat, the turnout was 46.1 percent. Polling was held from 7 am to 6 pm on Sunday for a total of 144 wards of Ahmedabad, Surat, Rajkot, Vadodara, Bhavnagar and Jamnagar municipal corporations. According to the final figures released by the commission, Ahmedabad recorded the lowest turnout of 42.5 percent and Jamnagar 53.4 percent.

– Large screens have been installed outside the counting center in Surat. People are taking instant updates on the results of the Gujarat Municipal Elections.

– Counting of votes for the results of Gujarat Municipal Elections continues. In Ahmedabad, the BJP has taken a major lead. BJP is currently leading in 51 seats. Congress is leading in just five seats.

Ahmedabad: Votes polled during Gujarat local body elections to be counted from 9 am today pic.twitter.com/F6JPsnhVWL

– Counting of votes for the results of Gujarat civic elections will start in a while. Preparations have started in Vadodara.

Counting of votes for Gujarat local body polls to be held today; visuals from Vadodara pic.twitter.com/uyoUkrJFq8

– 50.7 percent in Rajkot, 49.5 percent in Bhavnagar, 47.8 percent in Vadodara and 47.1 percent in Surat. According to the release, out of a total of 1.14 crore registered voters in six cities, 52.83 lakh people voted on Sunday.

A total of 2276 candidates contested in six municipal corporations. Those contesting the elections included 577 candidates from BJP, 566 from Congress, 470 from AAP, 91 from NCP, 353 from other parties and 228 independents. According to the State Election Commission, there were a total of 1.14 crore voters, which included 60.60 lakh men and 54.06 lakh women.

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