Gujarat Gram Panchayat Election Results 2016 | Gujarat Gram Panchayat Gujarat Gram Panchayat Sarpanch Chunav Parinam Winner Name – The state of Gujarat is composed of 33 districts and 249 talukas and is governed by the state legislative assembly composed of 182 members. The state is immensely famous for the system of governance, the state administration, economy, and quality of life as well as the heritage that it has in culture and traditions. The state also has given the nation its current PM Mr Narendra Modi, who has served the state as the longest running Chief Minister. The BJP has been in power in the state from 2007 and is consistently remaining in power where after the election of the current PM, Anandiben Patel rose to the Chief Ministerial post. She is also the first women chief minister of the state and is highly acclaimed politician. The state is about to hold its Gram Panchayat Elections in the coming months and this has led to a huge curiosity among the masses about who will be contesting the elections. The Election Commission of the state has already issued a notice for all the interested candidates to apply to the Election board on time for achieving candidacy in the coming elections from their Panchayats.
Gujarat Gram Panchayat Election Results 2016
The Gram Panchayat is a three tier system of governance in the nation that was instituted on the principles of Mahatama Gandhi. There are thousands of Gram Panchayats in the state that cover all the 33 districts of the state. 10318 Gram Panchayats will be contesting the coming elections and lakhs of posts will be filled at all levels of the Panchayat Assembly. In order to complete the process smoothly the State Gram Election Board will be issuing a notification to invite the candidature from the interested people and thereafter the campaigning will begin. The candidates can take the help of mass media and discussion forums as well as rallies to achieve maximum voter support from their regions as under the state terms. The candidates cannot take the form of bribery in any form to get support from the voters. It will be interesting to see who the Indian National Congress will put forward as their representative in the coming elections as the party is struggling all across the nation to keep its hold.
With the Modi wave strongly sweeping away the nation, the Indian National Congress seems to be strongly getting evicted in the nation one by one with each state succumbing to the central government. The state of Gujarat is a strong foothold of BJP and this is why the Indian National Congress will be trying twice as hard to achieve success in the coming Gram Panchayat Elections especially after the rift that has been caused since the demonetization. There will be a net total of 25454 booths in the state prepared for polling where 1.89 crore voters are expected to cast their precious opinion in the form of votes in favor of their favorite candidate. There are total 91,002 wards under the panchayats where the polling for Sarpanch and Panchayat Members will be held. The interested candidates that are willing to apply should fill in their forms by 10th December 2016 and begin the work on their campaigning. The polling will begin from 27th December 2016 state wide.
Gujarat Panchayat Election Results 2016
Election State – Gujarat
State Election Commissioner – Mr. Varesh Sinha
Held in – December 2017
Election Process Issue – 5th December 2016
Nomination Filling Date – 10th December 2016
Polling Date – 27 December 2016
Voting Timing – 8am to 5pm
Counting of Votes – 29th December 2016
Election Panchayats – 10,318
Total Panchayats – 14,017
Total Villages in Gujarat – 18,584
Election for – Sarpanch / Panchayat Members
Registered Voters – 1.89 Crore (90.92 Lacks Women)
Total Booths – 24454
Total Wards – 91002
Election Proceed by – EVM Machines with 61000 Ballot Boxes
NOTA Option – Yes
Result Released by – Online/Offline
Online Result Page – sec.gujarat.gov.in
Their will be provision of security at the voting centers. the voters can check the voter list on the website of the state election commission and also check the district and panchayat wise candidate list from the website itself. Additionally the exit polls and results which will begin counting from the 28th December 2016 will also be covered with live updates on the website as well as the news channels.