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Code of Conduct for Assembly By-Elections

 Code of Conduct for Assembly By-Elections


The Election Commission has announced by-election dates for 56 Assembly constituencies and one Lok Sabha constituency in several states, including Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Orissa, Nagaland, and Manipur. Gujarat by-election dates have finally been announced. By-election will be held on November 3 on the 8 vacant seats of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly. The by-elections will be held on November 10. With the announcement of the Assembly by-elections, the implementation of the code of conduct in the constituency was announced in 8 constituencies.


In Gujarat, by-elections have been announced today in Kaprada, Dang, Limbdi, Gadha, Dhari, Morbi, Karjan, Abadsa. Jitu Chaudhary from Kaprada, Mangal Gavit from Dang, Soma Patel from Limbdi, Pravin Maru from Gadda, JV Kakadia from Dhari, Brijesh Merja from Morbi, Akshay Patel from Kaprada, and Pradyumansinh Jadeja from Abadsa resigned. As a result, these seats have become vacant.


By-elections will be held in 56 seats across the country

The Election Commission has announced by-election dates for 56 Assembly constituencies and one Lok Sabha constituency in several states, including Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Orissa, Nagaland, and Manipur. Voting for this seat will take place on November 3. And counting will take place on November 10. However, the Election Commission has announced that by-elections will not be held in 7 seats in Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal. The seats that will not be by-elected include Assam's Rangpara seat, Sibsagar seat, Kerala's Kuttanad, and Chavara seats, Tamil Nadu's Tiruvottiyur, Gudiyattam, and Calicut. The decision on when to hold elections for this seat will be taken by the Election Commission after consultation with the states.


How elections will be held amid the Corona epidemic

The dates for the Assembly elections have been announced by the Central Election Commission today. Eight Assembly seats fell vacant following the resignation of eight Congress MLAs. In the midst of the Corona epidemic, the challenge is how to hold elections, how many phases to hold, how to arrange to vote. How social distance occurs will all be discussed. It remains to be seen what decision the state government will take on the post-election action today.

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In Gujarat, by-elections have been declared during the Corona period. Then visitors to the Golden Complex Forest believe that, if a by-election has been declared in Corona's tenure, the Election Commission should be vigilant enough about Corona. The people expressed the view that arrangements should be made to ensure that a sufficient number of votes are cast during the by-elections and that the number of Corona infections does not increase.