“LS Contestants mandated to advertise their criminal records”

120

State Election Commission has addressed a press conference on Monday, where the Chief Electoral Officer Mukesh Sahu has officially announced the schedule and guidelines for the coming Lok Sabha polls in the state.

The state election commission has made it compulsory for candidates contesting polls to advertise their criminal records in Tv and newspapers at least three times during campaigns. Political parties too will have to give publicity to the criminal records of candidates fielded by them.

The new cVIGIL app launched by Election Commission of India is expected to fill in all these gaps and create a fast-track complaint reception and redressal system.

DETAILS OF STATE ELECTION PROCEDURE

FIRST PHASE: April 11: (Tezpur, Kaliabor, Jorhat, Dibrugarh, Lakhimpur)
SECOND PHASE: April 18: (Karimganj, Silchar, Autonomous, Mangaldoi, Nagaon)
THIRD PHASE: April 23: (Guwahati, Barpeta, Kokrajhar, Dhubri)

First phase:
Last date of nomination: March 25
Scrutiny: March 26
Voting: April 11
Total voters: 75,16,284.
Polling stations: 9574

Second phase:
Last date of nomination: March 26
Scrutiny: March 27
Voting: April 18
Total voters: 68,36,496.
Polling stations: 8992

Third phase:
Last date of nomination: April 4
Scrutiny: April 5
Voting: April 23
Total voters: 7407824
Polling stations: 9577

CRITICAL POLLING STATIONS : 1913
VERY SENSITIVE POLLING STATIONS: 3663.

You might also like
Comments
Loading...