Telangana: MoS (Home) G Kishan Reddy casts his vote for #GHMCElections2020.AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi casts his vote for #GHMCElections2020 “I appeal to the people of Hyderabad to cast their vote today to strengthen democracy,” he says. Total 1122 candidates in fray. Polling continue.
J&K all set for 2nd phase of DDC elections: SEC Sharma voting begins. Voting patterns large number in Panchayat election.
Jammu and Kashmir, polling is underway for the second phase of District Development Council elections. Voting is taking place for 43 DDC constituencies in this phase. More than 7 lakh 90 thousand voters will decide the fate of 321 candidates.
Out of 43 DDC constituencies going to polls in this phase, 25 are in Kashmir valley and 18 in Jammu division. The polling commenced amid severe cold at 7 in the morning. It is expected to pick up as the day progresses and temperature improves. All arrangements are in place for peaceful and smooth polling.
The first phase of 8-phased DDC election in the UT saw 52% voter turnout on Saturday. Bypolls to 83 vacant Sarpanch seats and 331 panch seats are also going on with today’s DDC polls. It may be mentioned that DDC election is the first ever electoral process post nullifying of Article 370 and reorganization of the State into two Union Territories.
Greater #Hyderabad Municipal Corporation elections.
The voting for Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation election will be held on 1st December.
Hyderabad Municipal corporation goes to polls today; 150 seats. It’s a direct fight between @BJP4India & @asadowaisi of MIM. @trspartyonline & @INCIndia seems not in the picture. This election result have much implications in South Indian politics.
The elections to Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Kerala, Assam and Puducherry assemblies may be advanced by a month, to April 2021 from May the month of heat to its high.
On Dec2, when the full bench of the Election Commission meets in Nirvachan Sadan, HQ NDelhi
Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora and the two election commissioners, Sushil Chandra and Rajiv Kumar, will deliberate on various issues, including advancing the polls in the five states.
They will also draw up a timetable for deputy election commissioners to visit the five states from December to January to study the ground situation there.
The election commissioners’s agenda is the revision of voters list, availability of central police force for the conduct of the elections, considering the reports of the all-party meeting organised by state chief electoral officers, the examination schedule in these states, weather conditions, local festivals, and the availability of schools and public premises for polling booths.