Bhopal, Jan 17: Voting for the Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council and Madhya Pradesh Panchayat Elections 2018 was held today on January 17. The voting for the Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council polls and Madhya Pradesh Panchayat Polls will begin at 7 AM and continue till 5 PM. India.com was running live news updates on Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council and Panchayat Elections; stay here to catch instant updates on polling.

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MADHYA PRADESH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, PANCHAYAT ELECTIONS 2018 LIVE:

12:08 PM 38.4 per cent voter turnout was recorded till 11 AM in the Madhya Pradesh Local Body Elections 2018.

10:50 AM Slow voting process underway in 15 wards.

10:23 AM Civic body polls are scheduled in 21 bodies in six districts. A total of 76 candidates are in the fray.

9:50 AM Security has been deployed at the polling booths in Madhya Pradesh. In Dhar district, the municipal council Dhar, Manavar and Pithampur Municipal Council Sardarpur, Rajgarh, Dharampuri, Dhanod, Kukshi and Dahi have gone to polling.

9:20 AM In Badwani, there are a total of 24 wards. The polling is underway on 22 wards. the polling is said to be slow and will continue till 5 PM.

9:10 AM There are reports of people waiting at the polling booth number 264 to cast their votes in the Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council and Panchayat elections 2018.

9:09 AM The election commission has sent engineers to fix issues in the EVMs at the polling booth number 264.

9:04 AM There are a total of 40807 male and 19386 female voters.

8:55 AM Issues have been reported at polling booth number 264. Engineers have bee sent to the booth to get the voting going.

8:51 AM Technical issues in Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) in polling booth number 2 and 52. The voting had halted and now has begun again.

8:32 AM Voting Underway in Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council and Panchayat Elections 2018. The polling will continue till 5 PM.

8:24 AM A total of five districts – Dhar, Barwani, Khandwa, Guna, and Anuppur – are going to polls in Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council Elections 2018. In Dhar, voting will be held for Pithampur, Dhar and Manawar municipal councils and Sardarpur, Rajgarh, Dharampuri, Dhamnod, Kukshi and Dahi Nagar Parishad city councils.

8:22 AM The voting will continue till 5 PM. If you are a registered voter, you can vote till 5 PM today in the poll-bound districts. The counting of the votes will begin at around 9 AM.

8:10 AM: Heavy security deployment as voting starts in Dhar seat.

7:10 AM: The voting for Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council, Panchayat Elections 2018 begins.

6:30 AM: Click here to see the full list of candidates in the Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council and Panchayat Elections 2018.

6:11 AM: Polling for the Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council and Panchayat Elections 2018 would be held from 7 AM.


A total of five districts – Dhar, Barwani, Khandwa, Guna, and Anuppur – are going to polls in Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council Elections 2018. In Dhar, voting will be held for Pithampur, Dhar and Manawar municipal councils and Sardarpur, Rajgarh, Dharampuri, Dhamnod, Kukshi and Dahi Nagar Parishad city councils. Click here to see the full list of candidates in the Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council and Panchayat Elections 2018.

In Barwani district, Sendhwa and Barwani municipal council and Pansemal, Khetia, Palsud, Anjad and Rajpur Nagar Parishad are going to polls today. While Omkareshwar Nagar Parishad in Khandwa district is going to vote, Vijaypur-Raghogarh municipal council in Guna district will be polling today. In Anuppur district, polling will be held for Jaithari Nagar Parishad. (Also Read: 33% Candidates Crorepatis, 16% With Criminal Background, Says ADR Report)

In Madhya Pradesh Local Body Elections 2018, 19 urban local bodies (plus 1 for bypoll) in 5 districts are going to vote. The voter list is also available online on the Madhya Pradesh State Election Commission website mplocalelection.gov.in Here is how you can check your name on the voter list online.

The main contenders in the Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council and Panchayat Elections 2018 are the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress. The votes of both Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council and Panchayat Elections will be counted on Saturday, January 20, from 8 AM onwards. Stay with us to catch the live news updates of Madhya Pradesh Municipal Council and Panchayat Elections 2018.