Elections to more than 10,000-gram panchayats will be held on December 19 and counting will be done two days later 21st, the State Election Commission announced on Monday.
The Gujarat State Election Commission (SEC) on Monday declared elections for 10,879 Gram panchayats, including division elections in villages and by-elections of other gram panchayats. The elections will be held on December 19 and the results will be…
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Gram panchayat elections, which are run-up to Assembly polls due next year, will be a test for both the ruling BJP and the opposition Congress.
As many as 89,702 candidates will be elected in the civic elections, State Election Commissioner (SEC) said.
The last date of filing nominations is December 4 and the last date for withdrawal is December 7. The code of conduct comes into effect immediately.
Polls will be held in 10,879-gram panchayats, including division elections in villages and by-elections in other gram panchayats.
The commissioner said the polling process will be declared complete on December 24. If required, re-polling will be held on December 20.
The elections will be held through ballot as the required number of Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) is not sufficient, added Prasad.
Polling for general elections will be for 10,117 villages, consisting of 88,211 wards. Division elections will be for 65 villages and by-polls will be for 923 wards of 697 villages, said Prasad.
Informing the media on Monday, Sanjay Prasad, the SEC commissioner said, “The notifications for the elections will be issued on November 29 for all the elections and the last day of filing nominations is December 4. The scrutiny of the nominations will be carried out on the December 6 and the last day for withdrawal of application forms will be on December 7. Polling will be held on December 19 from 7 am to 6 pm.”