UP Municipal Election: Elections can be held in 4 phases in December, results will come in January

The process of delimitation of areas and reservation inwards is still pending by the Directorate of Urban Bodies. Therefore, it is the compulsion of the Election Commission to conduct elections in December. Tomorrow i.e. on 31st October, the commission has published the current voter list. In which people can see their name and other details in the voter list from November 1 to 7. After this, between 8 to 12 November, voters can file their claims and objections.

New Delhi: Discussions are going on in Uttar Pradesh regarding the municipal elections. People are making different types of speculations about civic elections. Meanwhile, the big news has come out regarding the municipal elections. It is being told that municipal elections can be held in the month of December. The elections will be held in four phases. The counting of votes will take place in the first week of January.


In 2017 the municipal elections were held in November. These elections were also held in four phases. The counting of votes for the municipal elections was held on 2 December 2017. This time the election is being said to be held a month late in December. The result of which will come in January 2023. It is being told that the revision program of the voter list will run from November 1 to November 18. After which the final voter list will be ready on November 18.


Delimitation and reservation process pending

It is worth noting that the process of delimitation of areas and reservation inwards is yet to be done by the Directorate of Urban Bodies. Therefore, it is the compulsion of the Election Commission to conduct elections in December. Tomorrow i.e. on 31st October, the commission has published the current voter list. In which people can see their name and other details in the voter list from November 1 to 7. After this, between 8 to 12 November, voters can file their claims and objections.


Voters will also be able to add their names online

It was told that between November 14 and November 17, the claims and objections will be settled. After which the final prepared voter list will be released on November 18. The commission has also released an online website for the convenience of the voters.


The civic elections are considered the semi-finals of the Lok Sabha

Municipal elections are being considered as the semi-finals of the Lok Sabha before 2024. After the Uttar Pradesh civic elections, now direct Lok Sabha elections are to be held. This is the reason why all the parties are gearing up for the elections. The party which wins the civic polls will go with a psychological edge in the Lok Sabha elections. It is said that the key to the power of the country goes only through the Uttar Pradesh elections. Only the party that performs well here gets power at the Centre. There is a total of 80 Lok Sabha seats here. In the Lok Sabha elections 2019, BJP won 62 out of 80 seats. The party will once again try to repeat its performance.