Maharashtra, Haryana Assembly Elections on 21 October, results on 24th

By-elections will be held on October 21 for the 15 seats in Karnataka and the results will be announced on October 24

The Central Election Commission today announced the dates for the Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly elections.

Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said in a press conference today that the election will be held on October 21 and the results will be announced on October 24.

Nomination Submission Start: From 27th September

Last date for submission of nominations: October 04

Nominal Review: October 05

Opportunity to withdraw nomination: Until October 07

Election: October 21st

Result: October 24th

Elections will be held for 90 seats in Haryana and 288 seats in Maharashtra.

8.9 crore voters are in Maharashtra. Haryana has 1.82 crore voters.

The Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly elections will be held in a single phase on 21 October, the CEC said on 21 September. Counting will take place on 24 October.

Haryana has 1.82 crore registered voters and Maharashtra has 8.94 crore voters.

By-elections will be held in 64 constituencies across 18 states and union territories as well on 21 October. Counting will take place for the same on 24 October.

By-elections

Several states including Karnataka’s 15 assembly constituencies have also announced the by-election by-elections.

Nomination Submission Start: From September 23rd

Deadline for nomination: September 30

Nominal Review: October 01

Opportunity to withdraw nomination: Until October 03

Election: October 21st

Result: October 24th

The by-polls will be held for Arunachal Pradesh (02), Assam (04), Bihar (05), Chhattisgarh (04), Gujarat (4) and Himachal Pradesh (2).

The Karnataka Congress and the JDS 17 MLAs have been declared unqualified by the Speaker for their resignation. There will be elections for 15 of them.

In this election, the limit has been set for each candidate to spend Rs 28 lakh.

The Commission has appealed to the candidates to use environmentally friendly materials in elections.

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