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MP Municipal Polls Phase 2 Results latest update: Congress mayor candidate Ajay Mishra leads with 6000 votes after second round

The MP Municipal Election 2022 votes counting has begun today, July 20, 2022, for the second and the final phase. On July 13, 2022, the Madhya Pradesh Municipal Election 2022 voting took place in 168 Nagar Parishad, 40 municipal councils, and 5 municipal corporations.

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MP Municipal Polls Phase 2 Results 2022

The MP Municipal Election 2022 votes counting has begun today, July 20, 2022, for the second and the final phase. On July 13, 2022, the Madhya Pradesh Municipal Election 2022 voting took place in 168 Nagar Parishad, 40 municipal councils, and 5 municipal corporations.

There was a 72.10 per cent voter turnout, with 73.90 per cent of men and 70.10 per cent of women participating.

The BJP won four of the mayoral seats in phase one, while the Congress won two seats but  Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won the election for mayor of Singrauli. On July 6, 133 civic entities, comprised of 11 municipal corporations, 36 municipal councils, and 86 town councils, were elected to the first round of elections. A 61 per cent voter turnout was registered.

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Latest Updates of MP Municipal Polls Phase 2 Results 2022

In the 15 wards of the Malhargarh Municipal, the BJP won 9, Congress 5, and an independent 1.

In the 15 wards of the Pipliya Municipal, the BJP won 8, the Congress won 5, and independents won 2.

The BSP secured seven seats, the BJP four, the Congress three, and the Independent candidate one, in the Govindgarh Municipal Council of Rewa district.

After the second round of voting in Rewa, Congress mayor candidate Ajay Mishra is in the lead with 6000 votes.

After round two, BJP candidate Prahlad Patel in Ratlam was in the lead by 2000 votes, and Congress candidate, Sharda Solanki from Morena was in the lead by 3500 votes.

In the Sidhi district’s Churhat Nagar Panchayat, 10 Congress candidates are in the lead.

In the Ujjain district’s Mahidpur, ten candidates for Congress are likely to win.

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Sangrur Lok Sabha By-election Result 2022 to be announced today, here’s all you need to know

The decision of which party will adorn the head of victory in the Sangrur Lok Sabha elections will be decided today. The three Lok Sabha and seven assembly seats bypoll results will be announced on June 26.

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Sangrur Lok Sabha By-election Result 2022 to be announced today, here's all you need to know

The decision of which party will adorn the head of victory in the Sangrur Lok Sabha elections will be decided today. The three Lok Sabha and seven assembly seats bypoll results will be announced on June 26.

In this circle, the names of MLAs belonging to 9 assembly circles are at stake who won the assembly elections. Not only the assembly, but the results of the Lok Sabha by-elections have also been going in favour of the ruling parties.

Bhagwant Singh Mann, Chief Minister of Punjab and the state head of the Aam Aadmi Party won twice in the parliament. The Aam Aadmi Party had the only Lok Sabha seat of Sangrur in the country, to save it, the party put everything at stake.

First of all, the Sarpanch of the village Gharachon, the common worker of the party, Sarpanch Gurmail Singh was made its candidate. Then during the election campaign, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann took down the army of all the ministers, MLAs, but seeing the tough competition of other opponents including Simranjit Singh Mann, he himself got into the election campaign and did a roadshow in the circles of Sangrur for a week.

Due to sluggish voting, the results of this seat have become even more interesting. Along with political parties, the calculations of political experts have also deteriorated.

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Bhagwant Mann appoints Venu Prasad as his principal secretary before taking oath as Punjab CM

Preparations are being made in full swing at Khatkarkalan, the village of Shaheed Bhagat Singh in Nawanshahr, for the swearing-in ceremony of the future Chief Minister of Punjab, Bhagwant Mann.

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Bhagwant Mann, who is going to take oath as Punjab CM this evening, has appointed 1991 IAS Officer Venu Prasad as his prinicpal secretary, the first appointment before taking oath as the Chief Minister of Punjab.

He was additional chief secretary, taxation and parliamentary affairs, with additional charge of chairman-cum-managing director, Punjab State Transmission Corporation Limited, in the previous Congress government. Earlier, he had been served as principal secretary, water resources, power and local government. He was the deputy commissioner of Faridkot from October 1999 to May 2003.

After claiming victory on 92 seats of Punjab on Wednesday, Mann has kicked off the process of administrative changes with the change of government in the state. After meeting the Punjab Governor, he a announced that he will take oath on March 16 at 12.30 in Khatkar Kala, the village of Bhagat Singh. All the people of Punjab are invited for swearing-in ceremony, Mann said.

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Preparations are being made in full swing at Khatkarkalan, the village of Shaheed Bhagat Singh in Nawanshahr, for the swearing-in ceremony of the future Chief Minister of Punjab, Bhagwant Mann.

In Punjab’s 117 assembly seats, the Aam Aadmi Party has won 92 seats while Congress bagged 18 seats.

Many Punjab heavyweights Charanjit Singh Channi, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Amarinder Singh and five members of Badal family had faced defeat in this elections.

To end the VIP culture from Punjab, Mann has decided to withdraw the security of 122 former MLAs of Punjab.

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