The election result for Rajasthan Nagar Nigam was declared by the State Election Commission Official on Sunday, 13th December 2020, making Congress win the list.
|Party name||Winning seats|
BJP came third in its position when the independent candidates overcame to the second position all together winning 595 wards/seats.
Among other winners are seven Bahujan Samaj Party leaders, two members each of the Communist Party of India, and the Communist Party of India (Marxist), and one Rashtriya Loktantrik Party candidate.
Voting for 1,775 yards in 50 municipal bodies in 12 districts was held on December 11, and 79.90% of the electorate had showed up to vote.
The Congress leader claimed that the party was set to form its boards in 41 municipal bodies, and the BJP would be able to preside over nine of them.
This Tuesday, Congress emerged victorious in the Jaipur Heritage Municipal Corporation and Jodhpur Municipal Corporation (North). As counting of votes for Jodhpur, Jaipur, and Kota Nagar Nigam elections neared the end, the BJP managed to grab Jodhpur Municipal Corporation (South).
The elections to six municipal corporations of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Kota were held in two phases on October 29 and November 1.Sponsored Links
A total of 2,238 candidates were in the fray for the 560 wards of the six municipal corporations of Jaipur Heritage, Jaipur Greater, Jodhpur North, Jodhpur South, Kota North and Kota South.
Jaipur Heritage (100 wards)
Jodhpur North (80 wards)
Kota North (70 wards).
Jaipur Greater (150 wards)
Jodhpur South (80 wards)
Kota (80 wards)
As many as 2,622 polling booths were set up for the election. A total of 14.32 lakh voters were eligible to exercise their franchise while 7,249 candidates were in the fray. The notification for the election to the post of chairman in these local bodies will be issued on December 14. The voting for the post of chairman will be held on December 20, while for the vice-chairman post, it will be conducted on December 21.
Earlier this month, the Congress had suffered a setback in the Rajasthan rural body elections. In the Panchayat Samiti, which were conducted in 21 districts of Rajasthan, the BJP won 1,989 seats while the Congress secured 1,852. Of the 636 Zila Parishad (or district council) seats, the saffron party won 353 and the Congress bagged 252. The BJP touted its performance as a symbol of the trust that the poor, labourers and farmers have in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership.
Voting for Panchayat Samiti and Zila Parishads or local bodies in districts and villages was held across 21 districts in four rounds in November and early December.Sponsored Links
The BJP won 14 Zila Parishads or district-level boards while the Congress managed only five, according to Union Minister Prakash Javadekar. As for Panchayat Samitis or block-level boards in villages, the BJP has an edge in 93 of the 222 seats where voting took place. The Congress has 81.
But while the BJP has beaten the Congress, it hasn’t done better than its own performance in 2015. The total number of seats is different in 2020 from 2015; there was no voting this time in 12 districts where the redefining of boundaries has been challenged in court. So, the BJP only appears to have done better. Compared to 2015, there is a three per cent slide in the BJP’s tally. In the Panchayat Samitis, the BJP won 48.4 per cent of the seats in 2015, compared to 45.5 this time. In Zila Parishads, the BJP has won 55 per cent of the seats compared to 58.2 per cent in 2015.
Smaller parties like former BJP leader Hanuman Beniwal’sRashtriyaLoktantrik Party (RLP), a BJP ally, have done well. He is set to be the kingmaker in his area of influence, Nagaur. The Bharatiya Tribal Party (BTP), is winning in Dungarpur, beating both giants, BJP and Congress.
After emerging as the single largest in the recent local body polls, the Congress will be hoping for a repeat performance in Rajasthan’s panchayat samiti and zila parishad elections despite the BJP giving a tough fight.
The polling was held in four phases on November 23, 27, December 1 and 5 to elect a total of 636 zila parishad members and 4371 panchayat samiti members. Today’s results will decide the fate of 1778 candidates for zila parishad elections and 12,663 candidates for panchayat samiti elections.
Ajmer, Banswara, Barmer, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Churu, Dungarpur, Hanumangarh, Jaisalmer, Jalore, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Nagaur, Pali, Pratapgarh, Rajsamand, Sikar, Tonk and Udaipur went to polls.Sponsored Links
The elections were held as per guidelines related to COVID-19 and arrangements were made to ensure social distancing and use of face masks at the polling centres, according to State Election Commission secretary ShyamRajpurohit.
The first phase voting took place on September 28 in 947-gram panchayats. There were 34.06 lakh voters in the gram panchayats where voting took place in the second phase. In the third phase, polling was held in October 6 and the fourth on October 10.
On November 3, the results of civic polls in Rajasthan were declared. Of the total 560 wards in the six corporations — two each in Jaipur, Jodhpur and Kota — Congress won 261 against BJP’s 242, while 57 were won by others. As a result of this division, the Congress won a clear majority in the newly formed civic bodies of Jodhpur North and Kota North while the BJP won in Jaipur Greater and Jodhpur South. Later, with the help of independents, the Congress formed Boards in Jaipur Heritage and Kota South as well. It also won the four mayoral positions in these municipal corporations.Sponsored Links
Here are the results of the Nagar Nigams that have been declared so far: Jaipur Nagar Nigam election result:
Jaipur Greater Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:
|Ward Number||Winning Party||Winning Candidate|
|12||Independent||Ranveer Singh Rajawat|
|23||BJP||Prem Devi Sharma|
|27||BJP||Ram Kishore Prajapat|
|28||BJP||Mahesh Kumar Sanghi|
|48||Congress||Ram Singh Chaudhry|
|51||BJP||Harish Kumar Sharma|
|54||BJP||Arun Kumar Sharma|
|57||BJP||Shakti Prakash Yadav|
|59||BJP||Ravi Kant Upadhyay|
|69||Congress||Jyoti Saini Jyati|
|76||BJP||Om Prakash Swami|
Jaipur Heritage Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:
|WARD NUMBER||Winning Party||Winning Candidate|
|11||BJP||Nand Kishore Saini|
Jodhpur North Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:
|Ward||Winning party||Winning Candidate|
|25||BJP||Rakesh Singh Kachwaha|
|42||Congress||Om Prakash Bhati|
Jodhpur North Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:
|Ward number||Winning party||Winning candidate|
|3||BJP||Ashok singh Chauhan|
|15||BJP||Vikram Singh Pawar|
|34||BJP||Rewant Singh India|
|38||BJP||Sugan Devi Bagrecha|
|40||Congress||Naresh Chandra Joshi|
|42||Congress||Prakash Chandra Jain|
|44||BJP||Anil kumar Prajapati|
|46||Congress||Mahendra Singh Parihar|
|48||Independent||Lalit Kumar Gehlot|
|52||Congress||Prabhu Singh Rathore|
Kota North Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:
|Ward||Winning Party||Winning Candidate|
|46||Congress||Hari om suman|
Kota South Municipal Elections Winning Candidate List:
|Ward number||Winning Party||Winning Candidate|