Election Commission announces date for UP, Goa, Manipur, Uttarakhand Vidhan Sabha: The Election Commission of India announced the date for five state Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Election (Chunav or Chunaw)2017 Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Manipur, Uttarakhand, Punjab. The Commission has announced of all five state Vidhan Sabha Chunav 2017 date. In Uttar Pradesh Election will hold in 7 Phase 11th Feb to 8th March. In Punjab and Goa will go to polls on 4th February and in Uttararakhan State vote will put on 15th February. In Manipur, polls will organize in 2 phase, 2nd, and 8th March. These all state counting of the vote will be on 11th March. Uttar Pradesh Election Date
To announce the election schedule in five states, Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi 403 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh in seven phases 11, 15, 19, 23, 27 February and will be held on March four and eight. He said a total of 690 constituencies in five states in the polls more than 16 million people participate. The electoral commission will create 1.85 lakh polling stations. The Number of Polling Station 15% percent up compared to last assembly election 2012. Punjab Vidhan Sabha Chunav 2017 Schedule
with EC chief, OP Rawat, and AK Jyoti were also. He announced that the Punjab and Goa Assembly elections were notified on January 11, will begin with the nomination of candidates can start to fill. Zaidi told reporters, “Model Code of Conduct will come into immediate effect and these states in terms of declarations Centre and State Governments will apply in addition to the political parties. CEC said that all election expenses for candidates will open a new bank account and spend all their respective accounts of over 20 thousand rupees will be done through the Check. He also said that all donations will be accepted through checks. Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Uttarakhand The ceiling for each candidate 28 million and Rs 20 lakh will limit it to Goa and Manipur.
In Uttar Pradesh, on February 11 under the first phase, 71 assembly constituencies will go to polls in 15 districts. The second phase of the 67 seats in 11 districts would be held on February 15. Similarly, in the third stage of the 69 constituencies in 12 districts would be held on February 19. The fourth and fifth phase on February 23 and 27, under which, respectively, for 53 and 52 seats will go to polls. The sixth phase of polls in Uttar Pradesh, 49 seats will be held on March four. The seventh phase of polling for 40 seats in which will go to polls on March 8. Punjab and Goa on February four the same day, respectively for 117 and 40 seats, will vote. With the filing of the nomination process will begin January 11.
70 seats in Uttarakhand will go to polls on February 15 the same day, while Manipur will be held in two phases on March four and eight. In Uttarakhand, the election process will begin January 20, in Manipur the election process will begin on February 11 with notification where enrollment will begin. Zaidi said that the use of black money in elections after demonetization is expected to be low, but in different formats and can result in other temptations. EC Cheif said that election commission first time will check voting machine before 72 hours of the announcement of election Polls so that’s no one problem come at the Polling time.
Election Commission said in this election contestant will be declare that on me nothing have due such as electricity bill, water bill, government house rent, etc. CEC said while filing nomination candidates are Indian nationals and also to declare that he has not taken the citizenship of another country.
Zaidi said that a large number of selected areas during these elections VVPAT machines will be used and will be fully armed with VVPAT Goa. Electronic voting machines will be used in all the polling stations and the voting ballots for the first time became the symbol of the candidates and their picture will be. Election Commission before the election will provide photo-bearing voter receipt and colorful booklet that voters also will share the election date, time and place of the polling stations and the ‘Do’s and Don’ts “will guided about.
Election management in order to encourage greater participation of women at some polling stations in the Election Commission will also complete the work will be in the hands of female employees. Besides, polling stations will be conducive to Handicap.