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AIMIM President Syed Moin's mother Zakiya Begum defeated by Congress in Nanded

Thursday October 12, 2017 1:13 PM, ummid.com News Network

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Nanded (Maharashtra):
Facing a humiliating defeat in Nanded, where it won 11 seats in 2012 election marking entry into Maharashtra politics, Asaduddin Owaisi led All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) received further setback when mother of its state chief also lost election.

According to the election result announced by the election commission, AIMIM President Syed Moin's mother Zakiya Begum who contested from Ward No. 14 lost the election to Shabana Begum of the Congress.

Meanwhile, the Congress party is set for a sweeping victory in Nanded, the home turf of former Maharashtra Chief Minister and Maharashtra State Congress President Ashok Chavan, where counting of votes is still underway.

The Congress party, which is ruling the Nanded civic body since its formation, is leading on 39 of the total 81 seats, according to the trends available at 01:00 pm..

The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), which tried hard to dislodge the Congress from Nanded, is ahead of its rivals on just 01 seat.

The AIMIM, Shiv Sena and NCP candidates are nowhere in the race.

In Hyderbagh Ward No. 11, all 04 Congress candidates - Sher Ali, Masood Khan, Asiya Habib Bagwan and Raziya Babu Khan have won the elections.

In Bhagyanagar Ward No 05, Farooque Ali Khan of Congress has won the election. He defeated Anand Jwadwar of BJP by more than 1800 votes. Others from Congress who won in this ward are Mahendra Pimpde, Jayshree Pawde and Aparna Neralkar.

The Nanded Municipal Corporation has 3.96 lakh registered voters. Around 60% of the registered voters cast their votes on Wednesday.

As per the State Election Commission's directives, Ward No 02 of the Nanded Waghala City Municipal Corporation (NWCMC) was selected by draw for Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) machines.

Counting of votes in this ward will be done twice — through EVMs as well as VVPAT machines, the election commission officials said.

The State Election Commission of Maharashtra had placed order for 400 VVPAT machines from the Electronic Corporation of India (ECI), but the company could not provide so many machines in time, so it was decided to use available 70 machines on pilot basis at a single ward in Nanded polls.

Live Update

01:00 pm In an impressive show, the Congress party is set for a sweeping victory in Nanded, the home turf of former Maharashtra Chief Minister and Maharashtra State Congress President Ashok Chavan, where counting of votes is still underway.

The Congress party, which is ruling the Nanded civic body since its formation, is leading on 39 of the total 81 seats, according to the trends available at 01:00 pm..

The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), which tried hard to dislodge the Congress from Nanded, is ahead of its rivals on just 01 seat.

The AIMIM, Shiv Sena and NCP candidates are nowhere in the race.

12:30 pm Set for a thumping victory in the Nanded Mahanagar Palika elections held on Wednesday, the Congress further consolidated its lead over its rivals.

According to the trends available at 12:30 pm, Congress candidates are ahead in as many as 31 seats.

In Hyderbagh Ward No. 11, all 04 Congress candidates - Sher Ali, Masood Khan, Asiya Habib Bagwan and Raziya Babu Khan have won the elections.

In Bhagyanagar Ward No 05, Farooque Ali Khan of Congress has won the election. He defeated Anand Jwadwar of BJP by more than 1800 votes. Others from Congress who won in this ward are Mahendra Pimpde, Jayshree Pawde and Aparna Neralkar.

12:00 pm The ruling Congress party is set for a thumping victory in the Nanded Mahanagar Palika elections held on Wednesday.

As counting of votes is still underway, trends and leads available at 12:00 pm showed the Congress leading on 28 seats.

No party, including the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), which tried hard to dislodge the Congress from Nanded seems to be in race.

Asaduddin Owaisi led All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) which was leading in 02 seats is currently behind its rivals.

11:45 am Trends available after first round of counting of votes in Nanded showed that the ruling Congress is leading on 23 seats, BJP is ahead on just 01 seats whereas Shiv Sena is leading on 02 seats.

11:00 am Trends available after first round of counting of votes in Nanded showed that the ruling Congress is leading on 18 seats, BJP is ahead on just 02 seats whereas Asaduddin Owaisi led All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and Shiv Sena are respectively leading on 01 seats each.

10:53 am Trends available after first round of counting of votes in Nanded showed that the ruling Congress is leading on 17 seats, BJP is ahead on 08 seats whereas Asaduddin Owaisi led All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and Shiv Sena are respectively leading on 02 seats.

10:45 am Trends available after first round of counting of votes in Nanded showed that the ruling Congress is leading on 10 seats, BJP is ahead on 08 seats whereas Asaduddin Owaisi led All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and Shiv Sena are respectively leading on 02 seats.

10:34 am Counting of votes in Nanded started at 10:00 am. Initial trends after first round of counting show that the ruling Congress is leading on 10 seats whereas the BJP is a close second with a lead on 08 seats.

10:05 am Counting of votes in Nanded where polling to elect the new 81-member Nanded Waghala City Municipal Corporation (NWCMC) were held on Wednesday has started at 10:00 am, sources at election office said.

The process started with counting of postal votes. Trends and results are expected to be available by 10:30 am.

09:15 am Counting of votes in Nanded where polling to elect the new 81-member Nanded Waghala City Municipal Corporation (NWCMC) were held on Wednesday will start at 10:00 am, election officer said.

The process will start with counting of postal votes. Trends and results are expected to be available by 10:30 am.

08:00 am Counting of votes in Nanded where polling to elect the new 81-member Nanded Waghala City Municipal Corporation (NWCMC) were held on Wednesday will start shortly. Trends and results are expected to be available in few hours time.

A total of 578 candidates belonging to the ruling Congress, Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), Shiv Sena, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) were in the fray.

The Congress and BJP are contesting on all 81 seats. NCP is contesting on 57 seats, Shiv Sena is contesting on 76 seats (73+3), AIMIM and BSP are together contesting on 49 seats, Samajwadi Party is contesting on 24 seats. Independents and others are contesting the polls on 155 seats.

2012 Result

Congress 41, Shiv Sena 15, AIMIM 13, NCP 10, BJP 02

Congress is in power in Nanded since its foundation.

Earlier Exit Polls conducted by some local reporters claimed that the Congress party is likely to retain the control of the 81-member Nanded-Waghala City Municipal Corporation (NWCMC) winning 35-40 seats,

Polling to elect the new body of Nanded-Waghala City Municipal Corporation (NWCMC), also known as Nanded Mahanagar Palika, were held on Wednesday under the tight security.

The Exit Polls conducted by the local reporters said the BJP, which tried hard to dislodge the Congress from its bastion, will be distant second winning 15-20 seats.

The All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) the two parties contesting the election in alliance are likely to win a total of 10 seats, the exit polls said.

The Shiv Sena is projected to win 07-10 seats whereas the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) will end with just 2-3 seats, the exit polls said.

There are 81 seats across 20 civic wards of the civic body. 19 wards are represented by 04 members each, while 01 ward has 05 representatives.

Nanded is the home town of former Maharashtra Chief Minister and State Congress President Ashok Chavan.

In the run up to the polls, Chief Minister Fadnavis had accused the Shiv Sena of lobbying with the Congress to defeat the BJP.

The Congress, with 41 members, controls the outgoing civic body. The AIMIM, which contested the 2012 Nanded Maha Nagar Palika election for the first time, had won 11 seats.

The run up to the Nanded election also witnessed ugly fight between the Congress and AIMIM candidates and workers following which the AIMIM Maharshtra president Syed Moeen and other partys workers were arrested by the police.

 



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