Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: Gujarat Assembly elections on December 9 and 14 Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: 14th Assembly elections on December 9 and 14
The 1st phase comprises 89 constituencies and the 2nd 93 seats; results will be declared on December 18.

The Election Commission on Wed announced the schedule for two-phase assembly elections in Gujarat, to be placed on December 9 and 14.

The results of both Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, polling for which will be held on November 9, will be declared on December 18.

The first phase will comprise 89 constituencies in 19 districts, a notice that will be released on November 14. The last date of candidate selection is on November 21 years old, while the last particular date for withdrawal of revendication is on November twenty four. A total 2. 10 crore electors are expected to cast their ballots.

In the second period, the elections will be held in 93 assemblage constituencies of 14 areas. The notification for this phase will be given on November 20, applications will be scrutinised on November 22, and the last date for drawback of candidature is The fall of 30. In all of the, 2. 21 years old crore voters may exercise their franchise.

With the announcement of the plan, the Model Code of Conduct has come into affect immediately.

Chief Political election Commissioner A. K. Brukti said the Gujarat set up term is likely to expire on Jan twenty-two next year. The political election will be saved in 182 assembly constituencies including a total of 4. 33 crore voters.

Right now there is a growth of polling stations from 44, 579 to 50, 128. In all, 102 polling place will be managed by women staff only.

Complete instructions for monitoring of poll expenditure have recently been issued. While flying squads have been create, ├╝bung agencies, including Income-Tax Section, have been roped in for the purpose. The ceiling for expenditures every prospect is Rs. 28 lakh.

CCTV cameras will be installed at critical polling booths in vulnerable areas, without violating the secrecy of voters. Surveillance would be kept through webcasting at select booths. Cams would also be stationed at border check items.

The Commission’s decision to de-link Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat elections had previously attracted criticism from Resistance leaders.

Defending the decision, the CEC had prior said that multiple factors, including the flood pain relief businesses in Gujarat, were considered to finalise the poll schedule for the State. On Wednesday, this individual said 229 people lost their hails from the surges, which showed the value of destruction caused.

Once asked about the critique by the former CECs over the “delay”, this individual said the Election Percentage was required to take decisions centered on the prevailing situation. It is not a static situation, ” this individual said.

On October , the Commission had released the schedule for Himachal Pradesh elections

October 26, 2017