BENGALURU: Candidates backed by the ruling BJP are main in a majority of gram panchayat seats in Karnataka adopted carefully by Congress-supported candidates because the counting of votes was nonetheless underway on Wednesday. Gram panchayat elections have been held on December 22 and 27, and the counting of votes is predicted to be accomplished on Thursday.
Since voting was held with paper ballots the outcomes have been delayed, stated the State Election Commission (SEC). Of the 91,339 seats in 5,728 gram panchayats, counting of votes was accomplished in 54,041 seats by 8pm on Wednesday.
SEC additionally rapped political events for claiming victory of candidates supported by them. “We’ve received extra seats than what Congress, JD(S) and independents have collectively received,” stated minister KS Eshwarappa. Opposition chief Siddaramaiah blamed BJP for making an attempt to woo victorious candidates backed by Congress by utilizing cash and muscle energy.