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Tuesday, 29 September 2020

Bye Elections for 8 assembly seats have been declared, polling will be held on November 3 and counting of votes will be held on November 10

Bye Elections for 8 assembly seats have been declared, polling will be held on November 3 and counting of votes will be held on November 10


Bye Elections for 8 assembly seats have been declared, polling will be held on November 3 and counting of votes will be held on November 10

The by-elections for the eight vacant seats in the Gujarat Assembly have been announced today. An eight-seat by-election has been announced amid the Corona epidemic. Voting for the 8-seat by-election will take place on November 3 and counting will take place on November 10. Gujarat's main political party BJP and Congress have also started a series of meetings in earnest.

By-elections will be held in eight seats including Gadha, Limbdi and Dang

Gadda, Limbdi, Dang, Dhari, Karjan, Morbi, Abadsa and Kaprada by-elections are to be held on these eight seats of Gujarat Assembly. The Congress had earlier won these eight seats and as a result, the Congress is looking for a suitable candidate for these seats. Responsibility for this was assigned to the leaders per seat whose list of primary three names has been sent to the High Command.

Congress's strategy on issues including poverty, inflation, corruption
Under the current circumstances, the performance of the present BJP government at Gujarat and at the Center has been tarnished. On the one hand, the by-election strategy is being prepared by the Congress in view of the fact that the people are crying foul over the issues of poverty, inflation, corruption and unemployment. There has been a flurry of nationwide protests against the agriculture law passed by the central government. Under such circumstances, the Congress is gearing up to win more and more seats.

Candidates for five of the eight seats are mostly fixed
A meeting of BJP leaders was also convened at Kamalam in which a village-to-village meeting would be held regarding the agriculture bill. As a result of these meetings, the Congress will stop campaigning against the BJP government. So the candidates for five of the eight seats in the Assembly are mostly fixed. While a list of names has been prepared for the remaining seats.

The program of by-election for eight seats of Gujarat Assembly has been announced. According to the schedule announced by the Central Election Commission, polling will be held in Gujarat on November 3 and the results will be declared on November 10. In Gujarat, polling will be held for Gadda, Kaprada, Limbdi, Abadsa, Dang, Morbi, Dhari and Karjan for eight seats.

The announcement for these meetings has been published today, September 29. Subscription will start from 16th October while the last date for withdrawal of subscriptions is 19th October. Voting will take place on November 3 while counting will take place on November 10.

With the announcement of by-elections for the eight vacant seats in the Gujarat Assembly today, Gujarat's main political parties BJP and Congress have also started a series of seats in earnest. Gadda, Limbdi, Dang, Dhari, Karjan, Morbi, Abadsa and Kaprada by-elections are to be held on these eight seats of Gujarat Assembly.

Since the Congress had earlier won these eight seats, the Congress is looking for a competent candidate for these seats. Responsibility for this was assigned to the leaders per seat whose list of primary three names has been sent to the High Command.




OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION

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1. ELECTORAL ROLL

 The Electoral Rolls for the aforesaid Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies w.rt 01.01.2020 as the qualifying date has been finally published 

2. ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES ( EVMs ) and VVPATS Adequate numbers of EVMs and VVPATs have been made available for the aforementioned bye - elections 


3. IDENTIFICATION OF VOTERS 
In continuance of the existing practice , the voter's identification shall be mandatory in the aforementioned elections at the time of poll . Electoral Photo Identity cards ( EPIC ) shall be the main document of identification of a voter . However , in order to ensure that no voter is deprived of his / her franchise , if his / her name figures in the electoral rolls , following alternate identity documents are also prescribed :
 1 Aadhar Card
 2. MNREGA Job Card 
3. PAN Card
 4. Passbooks with photograph issued by Bank / Post Office . 
5. Health Insurance Smart Card issued under the scheme of Ministry of Labour 
6. Driving License
 7. Passport
 8. Service Identity Cards with photograph issued to employees by
 9. Smart Card issued by RGI under NPR 
10. Pension document with photograph
 11. Official identity cards issued to MPs / MLAs / MLCs and 

4. MODEL CODE OF CONDUCT 

Model code of conduct shall come into force with immediate effect in the district ( s ) in which the whole or any part of the Assembly constituency going for election is included , subject to partial modification as issued vide Commission's instruction No. 437 / 6 / INST / 2016 - CCS , dated 29th June , 2017 ( available on the commission's website ) . The Model code of conduct shall be applicable to all candidates , political parties and the state Government concerned . Model code of conduct shall be applicable to the Union Government also . All instructions concerning publicity of criminal antecedents by the concerned candidates and the related political parties , who select them , as directed vide letter no . 3 / 4 / 2020 / SDR / Vol.III dated 6 March 2020 and letter no . 3 / 4 / 2019 / SDR / Vol.IV dated 16 September 2020 shall be followed in these elections . Other instructions including postal ballot facilities to senior citizen ( above 80 years of age ) and PwD electors ; election expenditure management etc. shall be applicable to the aforementioned Bye - elections .

 5. BROAD GUIDELINES TO BE FOLLOWED DURING THE CONDUCT OF BYE - ELECTIONS DURING COVID - 19

 In view of spread of COVID - 19 , the Commission on 21st August , 2020 has issued broad guidelines , which is to be followed strictly during the conduct of election , which is annexed here with as Annexure - 1 which is also available on Commission's website . 

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