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Press list regarding postponement of local body elections
Press Release The General Elections of Local Bodies of the State-6 Municipal Corporations-55 Municipalities-31 District Panchayats-231 Taluka Panchayats were to be held in the month of November 2020 as its term was coming to an end.
Reviewing the extent of local body elections and the epidemic situation of Kovid-19, the State Election Commission has issued a notification to postpone the elections for the next three months and decided to hold elections after three months by reviewing the epidemic situation.
(The notification can be viewed on the Commission's website www.sec.gujarat.gov.in.)
Decision to provide the following services out of various services provided under Gujarat Government's
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The GPRA welcomes Aapshri's decision to hold late elections due to the Koro epidemic. Sahebshree, the election of the local self-government urban and panchayat bodies to be held in the month of November due to the Koro epidemic was postponed by Amo Sahebshree.
You were introduced by Amo. The Gujarat State Primary Teachers' Union welcomes and thanks you and the Election Commission for its decision to postpone the elections for three months.
The Election Commission of India has announced that the Lok Sabha elections will start from 11th April and the counting of votes will be held on 23rd May, followed by seven different phases. Also, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said that the upcoming Model Code Code of Conduct will be implemented from next Sunday and 10 lakh polling stations will be set up.
The proceedings of the Lok Sabha Alliance 2019 concludes on June 3. As soon as the election is announced, the Code of Conduct will be implemented.
In addition, Municipal candidates can withdraw their nomination papers on February 9 and District / Taluka Panchayat / Nagarpalika candidates can withdraw their nomination papers on February 16.
On Sunday 21/2/2021, residents of 6 municipalities of the state will be able to vote for 7 to 18 hours. In 2021, 31 panchayats, 231 taluka panchayats and residents will vote in the municipality. / Furs can be done on Sunday 28/2 from 7 to 6 p.m. The votes of 6 municipalities will be counted on 6/5/2021 and the votes of 31 district panchayats, 231 panchayat talukas and 81 municipalities will be counted on 03.02.2021.
Here we can say that the orders of Municipal Bodies, Municipalities, Zila Panchayats and Taluka Panchayats expired last month. The government commission today announced the election of these local bodies. There are 31 Panchayats, 231 Panchayat Talukas, 83 Nagar Palikas and 6 Nagar Palikas in the state.
It can be said that BJP and Congress have been practicing since last month to win elections in the Kuru era. It completes the process of appointing a supervisor to identify the candidates. Both parties are awaiting the announcement of elections. The Crown fears that at some point this will affect the voting capacity of both parties.
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