UP Gram Panchayat Elections 2021 are about held. However, the administration of the state is also expected to release the final reservation list of seats for the upcoming elections. As these will be the three-tier UP Gram Panchayat Elections 2021. Also, it was found that recently the Supreme Court has intervened in the matter. All the eyes are set on the Supreme Court. The court will hear the petition regarding the reservation in the UP Panchayat Elections 2021. This hearing will be challenging the Allahabad Court order to shift the base year for reservations to 2015 from 1995. However, the election dates are also confirmed by the administration. The dates have also been confirmed. But before looking over the dates we need to look over Nitish Kumar planning on these upcoming elections in UP 2021.
UP Panchayat Elections Nitish Kumar Planning
Nitish Kumar has unique and different plans for these upcoming elections in Uttar Pradesh. Now Nitish Kumar wants to try his luck in these elections. In order to do this, he has filed candidates for all posts. The JD(U) believes that Nitish Kumar has good support so this will bring a great step towards winning over these elections. As planning and the steps to be taken over in these elections, the party has started everything. According to the sources it was found that Nitish Kumar has support from “three dozens Zila” in these elections.
UP Panchayat 2021 Election dates
These are the most awaited elections of the state. As these elections will be held in four pleases. It will start from April 15 and the further dates will be April 19, 26, 29. The results of the election will be announced on May 2, 2021. On Friday the State Election Commission gave all this information about the upcoming elections in UP. Three gram panchayats of Sitapur, one gram panchayats of Bahraich, and nine gram panchayats of Gonda will not be polling for these elections.
Gram panchayats and their wards
According to the sources it was found that there are 58,189-gram panchayats in the state which consists of 7,32,563 wards. The total number of voters in the panchayat polls will be 12.39 crores out of which 43.01% are male voters and 49.99% are female voters.