Maharashtra and Haryana visits polls on 15th October in one phase and election results could be declared on 19th October.
The Election Commission on Friday introduced just one-day set up poll in Maharashtra and Haryana on October 15. Counting for the states is going to be held on October 19. Maharashtra and Haryana are going to visit polls on 15th October according to the legislative assembly election schedule introduced through the Election Commission. Bye-elections in Beed constituency in Maharashtra, Kanubari on Arunachal Pradesh, Hiyanglam in Manipur, Northern Angami-II AC in Nagaland, Rajkot in Gujarat, Kairana in Uttar Pradesh and Kandlamal in Odisha would be also held on 15th October. While Beed fell vacant in June following a dying of sitting Mega pixel Gopinath Munde inside a vehicle accident in June, Kandhmal Mega pixel Hemendra Chandra Singh (BJD) died only this month.
Using the EC announcement, the model code of conduct originates into pressure with immediate effect. You will find 288 seats in Maharashtra and 90 seats in Haryana available. Speaking concerning the compensated news phenomenon, the Commission stated, it’s organized a mechanism with three tier of media certification and monitoring committees (MCMCs) at district, condition and EC level. Chief election commissioner V.S. Sampath, who had been between election commissioners HS Brahma and SNA Zaidi in the press conference, stated, the model code of conduct originates into immediate effect and could customize the 2 poll-bound states along with the Center if this involves options relevant for that two states. Having a gap of little on the month between your poll announcement and actual polling, the time period of enforcement from the poll code this time around is going to be shorter than normal.
Last date of filing nominations: 27 September 2014
Notification: 20 September 2014
Last date to withdraw nomination: 1 October 2014
Polling: 15 October 2014
Counting of votes: 19 October 2014