Kolhapur Municipal Corporation KMC Election Dates results 2017 Ward Voter List Councillor List Maharashtra Municipal council gram panchayat poll
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The alliance of Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), Tararani Aghadi, Swabhimani Paksha and Republican Party of India (RPI) has relied on the sitting corporators from various parties for their candidates for the Kolhapur Municipal Corporation (KMC) election.
Maharashtra Municipal Corporation Elections for BMC declared for 21st February and counting on 23rd Februrary.
Election Code of Conduct will come into effect immediately. Limit for election spending is Rs. 5 lakh per candidate.
Kolhapur Municipal Corporation KMC Live Voting Results 2017
- KMC elections will take place on 21st February and counting on 23rd Februrary
- No BJP Shive Sena Alliance this time.
- Shiv Sena has six members in the ZP and now the number may go up.
- The Congress has kept the option of post-poll alliance with Sena if it falls short of majority.
- The BJP has begun the process to shortlist its candidates.
- The BJP has aligned with Tararani Aghadi in Kolhapur Municipal Corporation (KMC) and Nagarpalika elections and distanced itself from Shiv Sena. It has also joined hands with former minister Vinay Kore's Jan Surajya Shakti party and is going to contest on over 40 seats.
KMC List of Corporators Councillors
|SHRI. BUCHADE SUBHASH RAJARAM||Sugar Mill|
|SHRI.FADTARE SHRAVAN SAMBHAJI||Kasba Bavada NORTH|
Kolhapur Municipal Corporation KMC Live Voting Results 2015 2017
|1||Indian National Congress (INC)||23|
|2||Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) +||15|
|3||Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)||15|
|4||Shiv Sena (SS)||4|
The alliance announced their first list of 21 candidates on Saturday. While BJP leaders had criticised NCP for giving tickets to kin of sitting corporators, they have also given tickets to the relatives of six sitting corporators.
Out of 21 candidates, the BJP and Tararani Aghadi announced candidates for ten wards and one candidate from the Swabhimani Paksha. Yashoda Mohite, corporator of Jan Surajya Shakti Party, an ally of the NCP, is contesting on a BJP ticket from Sambhaji Nagar Bus Stand Ward, her husband Prakash Mohite has been offered ticket by Tararani Aghadi from Nathagole Talim Mandal.
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Sunil Kadam, former mayor and leader of the alliance, said, "We have tried to give tickets to the loyal party workers. Also, most candidates are well educated and young. The candidates who have been with Tararani Aghadi for years have been given ticket and not to the corporators who joined us recently."
The alliance has given tickets to two sitting corporators of Congress. Corporator from Kadamwadi Satyajit Kadam, who had contested assembly elections last October, has been given the ticket. Kiran Shirale, another Congress corporator and considered loyalist of former minister Satej Patil has also been given ticket.
The BJP has fielded Shruti Patil, daughter of senior corporator R D Patil from Mahalakshmi Temple ward. The NCP has fielded former standing committee chairman Adil Faras's mother Hasin from the same ward. Ranjit Parmar, brother of Ishwar Parmar a sitting corporator has given ticket from Bindu Chowk ward. While the BJP was eager to field the candidate for Bindu Chowk, Parmar's considered as strong candidates emphasised for Tararani Aghadi's ticket.
"We were approached by various leaders, especially from the Congress and the NCP, who claimed that they could spend large amounts of money to contest the election. However, we have inducted the leaders with elective merit and strong base of followers in their respective wards," said Kadam.
The NCP recently released its first list of 41 candidates for the civic body election. Taking a cue from the party, other political outfits have also begun releasing their lists of candidates in phases.