As the number of voters continued to rise, there was a delay in the official release of the Rural Local Elections. As for panchayat unions, DMK The Alliance took more seats.
In Tamil Nadu, the polls for rural local bodies in 27 districts were held in two phases on the 27th and 30th of last month.
A total of 91 thousand 975 candidates were cast for the polls. This includes 515 District Panchayath Council posts, 275 District Panchayats, 5,090 Panchayath Council Council posts, 9,624 Panchayath Chairman posts, and 76 thousand 746 Panchayath Ward membership.
At the ballot box, the first ballot papers were poured and the separation process was carried out. The votes for the four posts of Panchayat Ward Member, Panchayat President, Panchayat Union Councilor and District Panchayat Councilor were separately divided.
The ballot for the posts of county panchayat councilor and panchayat union councilor on behalf of the party was divided by party. The votes were then counted.
Strong police security was put in place at the polling stations. Voting began a little late due to minor issues in a few centers. Delay in publishing results
Delays in the results were delayed as the ballot papers had to be split.
Initially, the results for the panchayat ward membership were followed by the results for the panchayat chairman positions. The number of votes for the partially elected panchayat union councilor and district panchayat councilor elections has dawned. This resulted in a delay in the official release of the results.
DMK More seats for the Alliance :
As for panchayat unions, DMK The Alliance took more seats. As of 11.30 pm last night, the DMK had officially announced the results of 1,529 seats out of a total of 5,090. It won 688 seats and its allies, the Congress 37, the Indian Communist 20 and the Marxist Communist 6 seats.
Similarly, the AIADMK has a lot to offer. The TDP has won 518 seats and its allies, the BJP 22. There were 30 places to win. Other parties won 208 seats.
District Panchayat Councilor The coalition was at the forefront. The DMK has officially announced the results for 22 of the 515 seats in total. In 14 seats, its ally, the Communist Party of India, won one seat and the Marxist Communist one.