EC announces By-poll Schedules for THESE states for July 10
EC announces By-poll Schedules for THESE  states for July 10

Election Commission Announces Bypolls for 13 Assembly Constituencies Across multiple States:  The Election Commission of India has announced the schedule for by-elections to 13 assembly constituencies across seven states, set to take place on July 10. These by-elections are being held to fill vacancies left by the deaths or resignations of current members.

The constituencies where the bypolls will be held include Rupauli in Bihar; Raiganj, Ranaghat Dakshin, Bagda, and Maniktala in West Bengal; Vikravandi in Tamil Nadu; Amarwara in Madhya Pradesh; Badrinath and Manglaur in Uttarakhand; Jalandhar West in Punjab; and Dehra, Hamirpur, and Nalagarh in Himachal Pradesh.

According to the announcement, the election notification will be released on June 14. Candidates must file their nomination papers by June 21, and the scrutiny of these papers will take place on June 24. The final date for withdrawing nomination papers is June 26.

Polling for the by-elections will be conducted on July 10, and the votes will be counted on July 13. The Election Commission has set July 15 as the deadline for completing the by-elections.

The bypolls are crucial as they will decide the representatives for these vacant seats in the respective state assemblies. Candidates and political parties are gearing up for a competitive campaign period, aiming to secure the support of voters in these constituencies.

This announcement comes as a significant development in the political landscape of these states, marking a critical electoral event amid ongoing regional and national political dynamics.

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