UP Panchayat Chunav Result: Women waved the victory, won 403 positions; Know where many seats were received
The results of the three-tier panchayat election in Uttar Pradesh (Uttar Pradesh Panchayt Election results 2021) have come. This time, women Victory participated very much in the Panchayat elections. This time in the three-tier panchayat elections in Kaushambi, Uttar Pradesh, this time women dominated the 403 out of 1131 posts of Zilla Panchayat, Kshetra Panchayat and Gram Panchayat, by winning the victory.
According to the report, women also won in 153 gram panchayats of the district. Women have a lot of enthusiasm for this victory. This time in the district panchayat elections of UP, women were given a lot of preference by giving them reservation. In the election results that came late on Tuesday night, nine seats out of 26 members of the Zilla Panchayat were reserved for women, 15 women won the election. On the other hand, 241 out of 654 posts from Kshetra Panchayat were reserved for women. In 153 Gram Panchayats out of 451 in the district, women were elected Gram Pradhans.
All parties claimed a big victory
The counting of the three-tier panchayat elections in Uttar Pradesh was completed on Wednesday. All parties claimed the victory of their supported candidates. With the results of the elections, the period of the code of conduct applicable in the state has also ended now.
Voting for the panchayat elections in the state took place in four phases last month. During this time, votes were cast on 15, 19, 26 and 29 April and the counting of votes started on 2 May. During this time, more than 8,69,000 seats have been elected. These include more than seven lakh 32 thousand seats of Gram Panchayat ward member, 58,176 seats of Gram Pradhans, 75,852 seats of Kshetra Panchayat members and 3,050 seats of Zilla Panchayat member. In these elections, more than 12 lakh 89 thousand candidates tried their luck.
'SP wins more than 800 seats'
Meanwhile, BJP, SP, Congress, Aam Aadmi Party and various other parties have claimed their landslide victory in the panchayat elections. Samajwadi Party spokesperson Anurag Bhadoria claimed, 'The candidates supported by his party have won more than 800 seats of Zilla Panchayat member. Even in Varanasi, the parliamentary constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Gorakhpur, the work place of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the BJP has tasted defeat. The same fate of BJP has happened in the capital Lucknow. SP has also done well in Ayodhya.
State BJP President Swatantra Dev Singh said that his party's supported candidates contested more than three thousand seats of Zilla Panchayat member and won most of them. The opposition's claims of BJP's defeat in the panchayat elections are baseless. Asked about his earlier claim of winning 918 seats of the district panchayat member, Singh said that nothing can be said right now, maybe there will be some shortcoming in it. .
Congress said - performance satisfactory
On the other hand, the Congress termed its performance in the panchayat election as satisfactory, claiming that 270 candidates supported by it have won the election of Zila Panchayat member. The district panchayat member has won the election. At the same time, its candidates finished second in 571 seats and third in 711 seats. Apart from this, a large number of Congress-backed candidates have won the seats of Kshetra Panchayat member, Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat member.
Meanwhile, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Delhi, enthused by the success in the panchayat elections, on Wednesday claimed that with this success, it has overtaken the Congress in the state. Your Rajya Sabha member and spokesperson Sanjay Singh said That his party has surpassed the Congress in the state by winning 88 district panchayat members, 300 gram pradhans and 232 gram panchayat members. He claimed that AAP has become the fourth party in Uttar Pradesh after BJP, SP and BSP. The vote bank of the Congress is continuously joining the Aam Aadmi Party.
Significantly, in the three-tier panchayat elections, all the candidates had fielded on the personal election symbol given by the Election Commission instead of the mark of the party supporting themselves.