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.
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.