Haryana municipal elections tomorrow: All you need to know


The stage was set for a direct battle between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) -Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) joined and Congress in the city election in Haryana, which will be held on Sunday, December 27. This will be the first election to be held in Haryana after the BJP-JJP alliance in power in the state in 2019 made Manohar Lal Khattar head of the State Minister for the second time. JJP President Dushyant Chautala was sworn in as deputy head of minister.


This is all you need to know about the city selection of Haryana:

1. The mayor’s seat and members of all Corporations Municipal (MCS) from Ambala, Panchkula and Sonify, the President and Member of the Rewari City Council, and Sampla City Committee (Rohtak), Dhipherbera (Rewari) and Uklana (Ameror) will go to elections in this election , The three MCs each have 20 wards, while the Rewari Council has 31 wards, and the Sampla committee, Dhiparera and Uklana each has 15, 17 and 13 respectively.

2. Polls will be made from 8am to 5:30 with a strict Covid-19 guideline. Mandatory Sanitication The purpose of polling will be carried out before voting and everyone involved in electoral activities, as well as voters, must wear face masks.

3. Everyone will be scanned thermally at the entry point for the voting station and hand gloves will be given to voters, to sign the voter register and press the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) button.

4. The last hour of the voting time has been repaired for Covid-19 patients and those who have symptoms of coronavirus.

5. The selection for the municipality will be carried out through EVMS while ballots will be used for the election of the Mayor and the President. None of the options above (note) will also be used in this election.

6. Election expenditure limits for mayors have increased from RS 20 Lakh to RS 22 Lakh while the election expenditure limit for corporate members has increased from Rs 5 Lakh to Rs 5.50 Lakh. For the position of the City Council and Committee, each expenditure has been set at Rs 15 Lakh and Rs 10 Lakh.

7. Adequate police forces will be deployed to maintain legal and order in the voting office and in sensitive and hypersensitive fields.

8. Om Prakash Chautala’s Indian Lok National Lok Dal (IND) has boycotted this election in protest against “cruelty” which is allegedly carried out in farmers by the Center and Government of BJP-JJP countries.

9. The powerful alliance against these elections on construction boards made in the state while Congress targets a coalition on various problems related to farmers, employees and order.

10. In the election of the 2019 assembly, BJP emerged as the largest party and formed a government in the alliance of polls with JJP and seven independent mlaz.

11. Vote counting will be carried out on December 30.


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