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  • LOST

    Shaktisinh Gohil

    INC (Mandvi)
  • WON

    Jignesh Mevani

    IND (Vadgam (SC)
  • WON

    Alpesh Thakor

    INC (Radhanpur)
  • WON

    Nitinbhai Patel

    BJP (Mahesana)
  • WON

    Hitu Kanodiya

    BJP (Idar (SC)
  • WON

    Pradipsinh Jadeja

    BJP (Vatva)
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    Babubhai Mangukiya

    INC (Thakkarbapa Nagar)
  • WON

    Himmatsinh Patel

    INC (Bapunagar)
  • WON

    Bhupendrasinh Chudasama

    BJP (Dholka)
  • WON

    Somabhai Patel

    INC (Limbdi)
  • LOST

    Indranil Rajguru

    INC (Rajkot West)
  • WON

    Vijay Rupani

    BJP (Rajkot West)
  • WON

    Jayesh Radadiya

    BJP (Jetpur)
  • WON

    Lalit Vasoya

    INC (Dhoraji)
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    Raghavjibhai Patel

    BJP (Jamnagar Rural)
  • WON

    Hakubha Jadeja

    BJP (Jamnagar North)
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    Arjun Modhwadia

    INC (Porbandar)
  • WON

    Paresh Dhanani

    INC (Amreli)
  • WON

    Purshottam Solanki

    BJP (Bhavnagar Rural)
  • WON

    Jitu Vaghan

    BJP (Bhavnagar West)
  • WON

    Saurabh Patel

    BJP (Botad)
  • LOST

    Ramsinh Parmar

    BJP (Thasra)
  • WON

    CK Raulji

    BJP (Godhra)
  • WON

    Mohansinh Rathava

    INC (Chhota Udaipur (ST)
  • LOST

    Siddharth Patel

    INC (Dabhoi)
  • WON

    Manisha Vakil

    BJP (Vadodara City (SC)
  • WON

    Rajendra Trivedi

    BJP (Raopura)
  • WON

    Mahesh Vasava

    BTP (Dediapada (ST)
  • WON

    Chhotubhai Vasava

    BTP (Jhagadia (ST)
  • LOST

    Tusharbhai Chaudhari

    INC (Mahuva (ST)
  • LOST

    Thakur Singh Bharmouri

    INC (Bharmour (ST)
  • WON

    Asha Kumari

    INC (Dalhousie)
  • LOST

    GS Bali

    INC (Nagrota)
  • LOST

    Sudhir Sharma

    INC (Dharamshala)
  • LOST

    Indu Goswami

    BJP (Palampur)
  • WON

    Jai Ram Thakur

    BJP (Seraj)
  • WON

    Anil Sharma

    BJP (Mandi)
  • LOST

    Champa Thakur

    INC (Mandi)
  • LOST

    Prem Kumar Dhumal

    BJP (Sujanpur)
  • LOST

    Satpal Singh Satti

    BJP (Una)
  • WON

    Virbhadra Singh

    INC (Arki)
  • WON

    Suresh Bhardwaj

    BJP (Shimla)
  • WON

    Vikramaditya Singh

    INC (Shimla Rural)
  • WON

    Narinder Bragta

    BJP (Jubbal Kotkhai)
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Seven Civic Bodies in West Bengal Go to Polls on August 13

The municipalities which are going to poll on Sunday are Panskura and Haldia in East Midnapore district, Nalhati in Birbhum, Buniadpur in South Dinajpur and Dhupguri in Jalpaiguri districts, commissioner of West Bengal State Election Commission (WBSEC) A K Singh said.

Sujit Nath | News18.com

Updated:August 12, 2017, 9:30 PM IST
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Seven Civic Bodies in West Bengal Go to Polls on August 13
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Kolkata: Elections for five municipalities, one notified authority and a municipal Corporation in West Bengal will be held on August 13.

The municipalities which will go for polls are Buniadpur in South Dinajpur, Dhupguri in Jalpaiguri, Panskura and Haldia in East Midnapore and Nalhati in Birbhum. The results will be declared on August 17.

Elections will also be held in Cooper's Camp Notified Authority in Nadia and in Durgapur Municipal Corporation (DMC). Cooper's Camp was once a Congress stronghold but it is now under the control of the ruling Trinamool.

Besides this, bypolls will be held in West Midnapore’s Jhargram Municipality (ward 7) and Hooghly’s Champdani Municipality (ward 12).

Of the 815 polling stations, 491 will be in Durgapur Municipal Corporation area. Polling will start at 7am on Sunday.

The BJP has alleged that two of their minority candidates were intimidated by TMC and they withdrew their nomination in Panskura (East Midnapore).
The BJP said this is why they have decided not to field any minority candidate in the civic polls, sending a clear message that they will not allow appeasement politics in Bengal.

BJP state General Secretary Sayantan Basu said, "We fear that there will be a massive poll violence tomorrow. Few days ago our delegates met state election commissioner AK Singh and asked for adequate security to ensure free and fair elections. They have already started terrorizing our supporters but we are confident we will make some dent in Trinamool stronghold areas."

He appealed to people to fearlessly cast votes in favour of BJP.
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