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MP Panchayat Election 2022 Result: BJP ahead in 25, Congress in 11

62 per cent of voters participated in the third and final phase. Women voted at a higher rate than males, who voted at a lower rate. Women outnumbered males in rural regions when it came to voting. Women exercised their franchise 5% more than males.

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New Delhi, First Published Jul 14, 2022, 11:39 AM IST

The results of the three-tier panchayat elections in Madhya Pradesh will be announced on Thursday and Friday. In two days, the results of all three phases of Panchayat elections will be announced. 

In the district panchayat, the BJP and the Congress are fighting tooth and nail. According to current statistics, the BJP has a majority in 25 of the 52 districts while the Congress has a majority in 11. The BJP leads in 32 of the state's 313 districts, while the Congress leads in 6.

When it comes to panchayat elections, the BJP was successful in forming the administration in 40 district panchayat boards seven years ago. Congress had won in ten of the districts. There were only 51 districts in the state at the time. Niwari has been added this time. Niwari, a tehsil of Tikamgarh, was elevated to the status of district in 2018. This time, the Congress is challenging the BJP to repeat its past win.

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62 per cent of voters participated in the third and final phase. Women voted at a higher rate than males, who voted at a lower rate. Women outnumbered males in rural regions when it came to voting. Women exercised their franchise 5% more than males.

Madhya Pradesh held three-tier panchayat elections for the positions of 3,63,53 panch, 22,924 sarpanch, 6,771 district panchayat member, and 875 district panchayat member. One hundred and seventy-five Janpad Panchayat members and one Zilla Panchayat member have been proclaimed uncontested.

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