Bharatiya Janata Party registered win on 41 of 44 seats of Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation, while Congress managed to win 2 seats and Aam Aadmi Party could win just 1 seat.
It seems like BJP is going to achieve majority inthe Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation elections. The result of 24 seats have been declared, out of which BJP has won 23 seats. On other seats as well, BJP candidates are leading.
Out of the 44 seats, result of 22 seats have been declared. BJP has won 19 seats,Congress could win 1 seat and Aam Aadmi Party hasn’t registered a single win yet.
In Okha Municipality, Bharatiya Janata Party is looking forward to register a win soon as it seems like winning 34 of 36 seats of the municipality.. Out of the 32 seats on which result is declared, BJP has won 30 seats while congress could win only 2 seats.
In GMC ward number 9 and 5 , all the four candidates of BJP are leading on four seats each.
BJP has registered win on four seats of Ward number 1 of Okha Municipality and three seats of Ward number 1 of Bhanvad Municipality. Both Okha and Bhanvad are present in the district of Devbhoomi Dwarka.
After the first round, on 4 seats of Ward number 7, three congress candidates and one BJP candidate are leading.
In the Zila Panchayat bodies, total 24 candidates contested on the 8 vacant seats, out of which BJP and Congress appointed candidates at all the 8 seats whereas AAP appointed at only 7. On 43 seats of Taluk Panchayats,total 123 candidates contested.
Around 161 candidates contested election in Gandhinagar, in which BJP and Congress appointed Candidates at all 44 seats whereas AAP contested on only 40 seats. On 78 seats of three Municipalities, total 208 candidates contested out of which 78 belonged to BJP, 72 to Congress and 52 to AAP.
The verdict of Gandhinagar Municipal corporation are going to be declared today. The triangular competition is being carried out between the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, Indian National Congress and Aam Aadmi Party. The voting turnout in the election was 56.24% . The election took place after the removal of Vijay Rupani from the post of Chief Minister and appointment of Bhupendra Patel as Gujarat’s CM.