Gujarat Gram Panchayat Result 2021

પરિણામ તો આવી ગયું પરંતુ સરપંચના કાર્યો અને ફરજો શું હોય?

Gujarat Gram Panchayat Result 2021: over 8,600-gram panchayats in Gujarat to go to Result on December 21, Around 1.82 crore voters are expected to cast their votes through ballot papers across around 23,100 polling booths, and the results will be announced on December 21.

The elections include general elections, mid-term elections, and by-elections.

★ સરપંચ બનાવ્યા છે તો તેમની 5 વર્ષની ફરજો પર પણ નજર રાખજો, જાણી લો તમામ માહિતી

★ સરપંચના બીજા કાર્યો/ફરજો

★ પંચાયતોને પોતાની વચ્ચે તાબેદારી અને તેમના સત્તા કાર્યો અને ફરજો

★ પંચાયતોને પોતાની વચ્ચે તાબેદારી અને તેમના સત્તા કાર્યો અને ફરજો

★ પંચાયત ફંડ વિભાગો વિશે માહિતી

Elections were held for 8,686-gram panchayats and 48,573 wards using 37,000 ballot boxes across more than 23,000 booths. A total of 27,200 candidates were in the fray for the posts of sarpanch, and 1,19,998 become panchayat members.

Gujarat Gram Panchayat Election Final Results List 2021

Gujarat Gram Panchayat Polls 2021: A total of 27,200 candidates are in the fray for the Elections of Sarpanch and 1,19,998 for panchayat MEMBERS.

આ અંગેનો વિગતવાર અહેવાલ વિડીયો જુઓ

Gujarat Panchayat List

The Gujarat State Election Commission (SEC) on Monday declared elections for 10,879 Gram panchayats, including division elections in villages and by-elections of other gram panchayats.

સરપંચના કાર્યો અને ફરજો વિડીયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો

આ અંગેનો વિગતવાર અહેવાલ વિડીયો જુઓ

ચૂંટણી નું નામ એમાં 2021 નું વર્ષ નાખશો..એટલે તમારા જિલ્લા નું પછી તાલુકો સિલેક્ટ કરી એમાં તમારું ગામ સિલેક્ટ કરતા તમારા ગામ માં કોણ જીત્યું એ ખુલશે.

Sarpanch election village wise Won Candidates List

ABP અસ્મિતા LIVE

TV9 ગુજરાતી LIVE

સંદેશ ન્યૂઝ LIVE

ZEE 24 કલાક LIVE

  1. Ahmedabad District Panchayat : 468
  2. Amreli District Panchayat : 593
  3. Anand District Panchayat : 351
  4. Banaskantha District Panchayat : 877
  5. Bhavnagar District Panchayat : 662
  6. Bharuch District Panchayat : 547
  7. Dahod District Panchayat : 548
  8. Dang District Panchayat : 70
  9. Gandhinagar District Panchayat : 303
  10. Jamnagar District Panchayat : 415
  11. Junagadh District Panchayat : 492
  12. Kheda District Panchayat : 520
  13. Kachchh District Panchayat : 632
  14. Mahesana District Panchayat : 608
  15. Narmada District Panchayat : 221
  16. Navsari District Panchayat : 368
  17. Panchmahal District Panchayat : 487
  18. Patan District Panchayat : 470
  19. Porbandar District Panchayat : 149
  20. Rajkot District Panchayat : 592
  21. Surendranagar District Panchayat : 542
  22. Sabarkantha District Panchayat : 456
  23. Surat District Panchayat : 572
  24. Vadodara District Panchayat : 540
  25. Valsad District Panchayat : 383
  26. Tapi District Panchayat : 291
  27. Botad District Panchayat : 180
  28. Morbi District Panchayat : 349
  29. Devbhumi Dwarka District Panchayat : 239
  30. Gir Somnath District Panchayat : 329
  31. Arvalli District Panchayat : 318
  32. Mahisagar District Panchayat : 351

Government Gujarat was constituted in September 1993 under Article 243K of the Constitution of India. State Election Commission has been entrusted with the function of conducting free, fair and impartial elections to the local bodies in the state.

Gram panchayat elections are not fought on party symbols. Each voter is required to cast two votes, one for Sarpanch’s post and another for electing panchayat members from his/her ward.

Informing the media on Monday, Sanjay Prasad, the SEC commissioner said, “The notifications for the elections will be issued on November 29 for all the elections and the last day of filing nominations is December 4.

“Polling will be held on December 19 between 7 am and 6 pm in over 27,000 polling booths. Counting of votes will be held on December 21. Due to the very high number of wards, polling will be conducted using ballot boxes instead of EVMs. In all, we will be using over 54,000 ballot boxes for the elections,” said Prasad. He added that over 5,000 election officials, 1.5 lakh polling staff and over 58,000 policemen will be deployed. The gram panchayats polls are not fought on party symbols, and candidates need to contest in their personal capacity, with voters electing one sarpanch and a specified number of panchayat members.

Gujarat Gram Panchayat Election

Government Gujarat was constituted in September 1993 under Article 243K of the Constitution of India. State Election Commission has been entrusted with the function of conducting free, fair and impartial elections to the local bodies in the state.

Gram panchayat elections are not fought on party symbols. Each voter is required to cast two votes, one for Sarpanch’s post and another for electing panchayat member from his/her ward.

As per the election rules of such local self government organizations, District Election Officer for Panchayat elections, District Municipal Election Officer for elections of municipality and City Election Officer for the elections of municipal corporation have been appointed. State election commission has empowered the collectors for all activities related to elections of Gram Panchayat where as the delimitation and allocation of seats for various reserved categories, voter’s list, election programs and other related activities are carrying out by State Election Commission. According to Sinha, the total number of registered voters for these polls is over 1.89 crore, including 90.82 lakh women. Polling will be held at 25,454 booths in 91,002 wards.

Official Election Commission of India App for Voter Registration and Elections.

About Voter Helpline App

Taking forward its continuous efforts of building an active democratic citizenry in the country, Election Commission of India has undertaken a new initiative by designing a Mobile Application for developing a culture of avid electoral engagement and making informed and ethical ballot decisions among citizens of the country. The app aims to provide a single point of service and information delivery to voters across the country. The app provides following facilities to Indian voters:

Download application

  1. Electoral Search (#GoVerify your name in the electoral roll)
  2. Submission of online forms for New Voter Registration, shifting to a different
  3. the constituency, for Overseas Voters, Deletion or Objection in the electoral roll, correction of entries & Transposition within Assembly.
  4. Register Complaints related to Electoral Services and track its disposal status
  5. The FAQ on Voter, Elections, EVM, & Results
  6. Service & Resources for Voters & Electoral Officers
  7. Find the Election Schedule in your area
  8. Find all the candidates, their profile, Income Statement, assets, criminal cases
  9. Find the Polling Officials and call them: BLO, ERO, DEO and CEO
  10. Click a selfie after Voting and get a chance to be featured in the Official Voter Helpline App Gallery.
  11. Download the list of Contesting candidates in PDF format and take the print out.