Following the draft district division in Navi Mumbai, the BJP MLA Ganesh Naik claimed that the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) has drawn district boundaries under political pressure favored by the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government.
He has threatened to move the court against the dismissal. In the same way, the opposition was also seen in Thane after the design of the ward department.
For the first time, Navi Mumbai will witness civilian elections under a three-district panel system. It will also have 11 more prizes out of a total of 122 wards against 111 wards contested in the last election.
Naik said: “In the Airoli constituency the neighborhoods have a population of about 20,000, while in the Belapur constituency the population is more than 27,000. Of course it has been done to benefit some people in the Airoli segment. The civil servants have worked under “We have no confidence in the Electoral Commission because it did not act. We will approach the court for justice.”
Rejecting the opinion, said Shiv Sena leader Vijay Nahata, who heads the MVA in Navi Mumbai, “It’s a case of the kettle calling the pot black. Everyone knows the manipulation that’s going on here.” has taken place at every election over the years. “
Concerns were expressed in Thane, where the number of seats increased at the Kopri-Panchpakhadi meeting of the Guardian Minister, Eknath Shinde, and Kalwa-Mumbra of the Minister of Housing, Jitendra Awhad. On the other hand, the most existing corporations in Thane city constituency, where the BJP has a stronghold, have lost their departments due to new demarcations, BJP claimed.
According to the new demarcation, the number of seats in the Kalwa-Mumbra constituency has increased from 47 to 52, while in Kopri-Panchpakhadi and Owala-Majiwada, which are both Sena strongholds, the seats have increased from 84 to 90. Thane will have 47 new departments as opposed to 33 last year, while the number of seats has increased from 131 to 142.
The Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation’s citizen polls will be conducted in 133 weeks through 44 panels. With the new ward division, the number of wards has increased from 122 to 133 compared to the 2015 citizen polls. Of the 44 panels, 43 panels are three-member panels while one panel is of four-member panel. Of the 133 departments, 67 of them will be reserved for female candidates. Of the total 133 seats, 13 seats are reserved for planned cabinets, while four seats are reserved for planned trunks.