The filing of nominations began on November 7 and the last date was November 14.
Independents form maximum chunk with over 500 candidates filing papers; state election commission to complete scrutiny of nominations today
Candidates can withdraw their candidature till November 19, voting will take place on December 4
State poll panel asks candidates to maintain record of expenses, also fixes security deposit of Rs 5,000
The much-awaited elections for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi will take place on December 4 and the vote count is due on December 7.
The BJP leaders also alleged that the TRS was planning to disrupt the election process by creating fear among the voters there.
The SEC has directed that while preparing list of polling stations for a ward, care has to be taken that all polling stations are located on the ground floor of a building in the ward.
The Delhi State Election Commission on Wednesday appointed returning-cum-scrutinising officers for the 250 municipal wards, setting the wheels in motion for the civic polls.
Some petitioners had alleged that more seats were reserved for women in assembly constituencies represented by opposition parties.
Party delegation flags issue of discrepancies in number of electorates in each wards
Thereafter, the government is required to carry out the exercise of reservation.
MP: Petition alleges identity theft by winning candidate in sarpanch's election; HC issues notice to SEC
Vinita (28) submitted forged documents and contested election for the sarpanch of Bhilkheda by stealing the identity of Anita (30), a former resident of the district, the petition claimed.
Under the Gujarat Panchayats Act, ten per cent of seats are reserved for OBC communities in gram panchayat elections.
The SEC declared reservation of wards for women, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and the general categories.
Altogether 70.90 per cent of the 46.94 lakh voters exercised their franchise in the third phase of the elections, while 69.94 per cent of the 58.16 lakh electors cast their votes in the final round.
Panchayat elections: Karnataka HC directs State to complete delimitation, OBC reservation in 12 weeks
A division bench of Chief Justice Ritu Raj Awasthi and Justice Ashok S Kinagi passed the order after hearing the petition filed by the SEC in 2021.
A vacation division bench of Justice S G Pandit and Justice M G Uma posted the matter to May 23, 2022, which will be heard by the roster bench.
The Karnataka High Court will hear on Monday a plea by the Karnataka State Election Commission about holding the all-important Zilla Panchayat and Taluk Panchayat elections.
The Karnataka High Court will hear on May 17 a plea by the Karnataka State Election Commission about holding Zilla Panchayat and Taluk Panchayat elections.
The MP government had argued before the apex court that 35 per cent reservation be given to OBCs in the three-tier panchayat and urban local body polls.