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Press Releases 2018

  

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  1. Commission deputes a high level team to Mizoram led by Sh. Sudeep Jain, Deputy Election Commissioner for deliberations.

    ECI/PN/75/2018       Date: 7th November, 2018
    PRESS NOTE
     Sub:   Commission deputes a high level team to Mizoram led by Sh. Sudeep Jain, Deputy Election Commissioner for deliberations.
     Election Commission of India had deputed a team of Officers to discuss various issues related to ensuing Mizoram Assembly Elections. ECI Team held a detailed discussion on 6th November 2018 at Aizwal with the leaders and representatives of All NGO Coordination Committee, comprising Central YMA, Mizoram Senior Citizen Association, Mizoram Women Federation, Mizo Student Association & Mizo Student Union and Mizoram Church Leaders Committee. The meetings were conducted in a very cordial atmosphere in which various issues were deliberated threadbare after which a joint resolution of NGO Coordination Committee signed by Mr. Vanlalruata, Mr. L. Ramdinliana Renthlei,  Mr. Vanlalliana Khiangte, Mr R K Thanga, Ms Saipui & Mr Lalhmachhuana was submitted to ECI on 7th November, 2018.
              The Commission appreciates the glorious tradition of people of Mizoram to always have a very peaceful election. Considering the urgency of the matter, a full Commission meeting was convened today (7th November 2018) to further build on this mutual understanding. After due deliberations on the resolution, the Commission, while accepting the broad contours of the resolution passed by the All NGO, Mizoram, decided to depute a higher level ECI Team led by Deputy Election Commissioner Mr Sudeep Jain, incharge of Mizoram to have further discussion on 9th November 2018 at Aizwal with the representatives of All NGO, Mizoram on their Resolution. Other members of the team would comprise of Mr. Lalbiakthanga Khiangte, CEO, Jharkhand, Mr SB Joshi, Secretary, ECI and Ms. Lalzarmawii, Additional CEO, Mizoram.
               The Commission has expressed its serious concern at the violent incident at Kolasib yesterday. The Commission expects that, keeping with the ethos and tradition of peaceful society in Mizoram, all stakeholders will sincerely work together so that no such incident recurs in future during the entire election process and elections are conducted peacefully with maximum participation as always.

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  2. General election to the Legislative Assemblies of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram & Telangana, 2018 – Ban on Exit Poll.

    ECI/PN/76/2018                                                    Date: 9th November, 2018
    PRESS NOTE
     Sub:   General election to the Legislative Assemblies of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram & Telangana, 2018 – Ban on Exit Poll.
             Election Commission of India, in exercise of the powers under sub-section(1) of Section 126A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 notified the period between 7.00 A.M. on 12.11.2018 and 5.30 P.M. on 07.12.2018 as the period during which conducting any exit poll and publishing or publicizing  the result of exit poll by means of the print or electronic media or in any other manner shall be prohibited in the ongoing general elections to the  Legislative Assemblies of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram & Telangana, 2018.
            Further, under Section 126(1)(b) of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, displaying any election matter including results of any opinion poll or any other poll survey, in any electronic media, would be prohibited during the period of 48 hours ending with the hour fixed for conclusion of poll in each of the phase in connection with the aforesaid general elections.
            Notification dated 9th November, 2018 issued in this regards is enclosed herewith for the information of all concerned.
      

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  3. Biennial Elections to the Council of States to fill the seats of members retiring in April-May 2018 and a bye-election to the Council of States from the State of Kerala. (English / हिंदी)

    Biennial Elections to the Council of States to fill the seats of members retiring in April-May 2018 and a bye-election to the Council of States from the State of Kerala.
    BIlingual 

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  4. Dissemination of Trends and Results of GE to Legislative Assemblies of Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland. (English / हिंदी)

    Dissemination of Trends and Results of GE to Legislative Assemblies of Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland. 
    Bilingual 

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  5. IIIDEM organizes 12-day training programme on 'Capacity Development for Election Management' for ITEC countries, in association with MEA (English / हिंदी)

    IIIDEM organizes 12-day training programme on 'Capacity Development for Election Management' for ITEC countries, in association with MEA 
    Bilingual 

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  6. Launch of New Election Commission of India Website

    The Election Commission of India today announced the launch of its newly designed website at https://eci.gov.in . The completely revamped website features a streamlined and simplified design, improved functionality, and enriched content areas which will help visitors to make well-informed decisions regarding their election-related matters.
    2. The new website has been built keeping users in mind. The streamlined user interface provides a more interactive experience, allowing users to easily find the information they are looking for. Visitors can browse the website based on their own interests and learn more about Election Process in a more engaging way.
    3. With a fresh look and feel, the new site offers users the opportunity to navigate through Election Commission of India extensive resource and service offering with ease. Delivering a fully responsive experience, the new website gives users a seamless transition from desktop to mobile browsing, and intelligently pulls the latest content from all the relevant space for users to access information, quickly and easily.
    4. Departing from the legacy format of separate areas, the new visitor sees everything rehoused in one central space with the ability to browse content based on topic or division.

    5. New Features include
    Responsive Design: The New Website is fully mobile optimized. The mobile-optimized ECI site is a far more advanced website. Mobile optimized means that the ECI site will reformat itself for handheld or tablet devices. Larger navigation buttons, the reformatted content, and differently optimized images appear when the user is on an iPhone/ Android or another device. Not only is the new ECI website mobile optimized, but it is also with a fully responsive design. Responsive design means that ECI site is completely flexible regardless of device. Rather than detecting a specific browser type or device type, the website automatically orients itself based on the screen size of the device. A combination of reformatting and re-optimizing the site as a whole provides a practical flexibility beyond imagination. Revamped and easy navigation: The site has been primarily designed keeping in view Citizens, Electors, Candidates, Political party, Researchers, Media, and ECI Officials. The categorization has also been kept in mind for purposes of easy navigation and role-based access control. The new website has further enhanced the security features keeping in view the Cyber Security Regulations of ECI Advance search: “Surface the most compelling content”. With a number of powerful tools to help users to discover the new content, the new website decreases the time users will spend searching for relevant content of his choice. A full search engine is included with precise controls for finding content. With a wide range of filters available and the ability to drill down by content type, finding relevant content is simple. It's convenient too - the quick search box is available on every page. Universally Accessible: The site has been made accessible for Persons with Disabilities (PwDs). The newly designed website has accessible features like screen reader access, high contrast, structured headings e.t.c Dynamic Content & Sharing: One of the paramount requirements of the modern world is faster information sharing through various social media platform. The new ECI website provides extensive sharing features through modes such as Email, Facebook, Twitter, and others. The decentralized content deployment will ensure accurate and fast dissemination of news, circulars, and messages. 6. As the existing website was familiar to many users, Commission had made sure that the existing website continues to operate for a short while. The existing website will continue to be available at https://eci.nic.in and the new website will be operational at https://eci.gov.in
    Changes to the ECI Website appearance and design will be apparent to any person visiting the website who has been familiar with the earlier version. The ECI ICT Division has significantly modernized this user interface to accommodate a growing user-base, as the Election Commission of India continues to branch out into new technology areas and caters for massive information dissemination requirements for its 875 million Electors during the upcoming elections.
    (Hindi Version is under development)
    Pawan Diwan
    Under Secretary
    No: ECI/PN/77/2018 Dated 12th November 2018 
     
     
     

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  7. IIIDEM organizes 3-Day Consultation/Study Tour for the Delegation from the Independent National Election Commission of Madagascar (English / हिंदी)

    IIIDEM organizes 3-Day Consultation/Study Tour for the Delegation from the Independent National Election Commission of Madagascar
    BIlingual

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  8. NEQ 2018 draws to a close with Sunday Grand Finale

    NEQ 2018 draws to a close with Sunday Grand Finale
    Bilingual

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  9. Launching of the online RTI Portal of Election Commission of India - regarding

    Launching of the online RTI Portal of Election Commission of India - regarding 
    Bilingual 

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  10. Malfunctioning of VVPATs during Bye-election to 2-Kairana and 11-Bhandara-Gondiya Parliamentary Constituencies.

    Malfunctioning of VVPATs during Bye-election to 2-Kairana and 11-Bhandara-Gondiya Parliamentary Constituencies.
    Bilingual 

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  11. Bye-elections to the Legislative Council of Karnataka and Maharashtra by the Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs).

    PRESS NOTE
    Subject: Bye-elections to the Legislative Council of Karnataka and Maharashtra by the Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs).
    There are three casual vacancies in the Karnataka Legislative Council and one casual vacancy in the Legislative Council of Maharashtra by the Members of Legislative Assembly. The details of the vacancies are as follow:
     
    KARNATAKA
    Name of Member
    Cause of vacancy
    Term Upto
    K.S. Eshwarappa
     
    Resignation as they got elected to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly on 16.05.2018
    30.06.2020
    Dr. G. Parameshwara
    30.06.2020
    V. Somanna
    14.06.2022
    MAHARASHTRA
    Pandurang Pundlik Fundkar
    Death  on 31.05.2018
    24.04.2020
     
    2.                 The Commission has decided to hold bye-elections to the Legislative Councils of Karnataka and that of Maharashtra by the Members of the respective Legislative Assembly to fill the above mentioned vacancies in accordance with the following programme: -
     
    S.No.
    Subject of Programme
    Dates and Days
    1.       
    Issue of Notifications
    14thSeptember, 2018 (Friday)
    2.       
    Last Date of making nominations
    22ndSeptember, 2018 (Saturday)
    3.       
    Scrutiny of nominations
    24thSeptember, 2018 (Monday)
    4.       
    Last date for withdrawal of candidatures
    26thSeptember, 2018 (Wednesday)
    5.       
    Date of Poll
    3rdOctober, 2018 (Wednesday)
    6.       
    Hours of Poll
    9.00 A.M. to 4.00 P.M.
    7.       
    Counting of Votes
    3rdOctober, 2018 (Wednesday) at 5.00 P.M.
    8.       
    Date before which election shall be completed
    6thOctober, 2018 (Saturday)
     (PAWAN DIWAN)
    UNDER SECRETARY
     

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  12. Biennial Election to the Maharashtra Legislative Council by the Members of Legislative Assembly-reg.

    Biennial Election to the Maharashtra Legislative Council by the Members of Legislative Assembly-reg

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  13. Visit of ECI's Team to Hyderabad.

    PRESS-NOTE
    Subject:    Visit of ECI’s Team to Hyderabad. 
        In view of the dissolution of the State Legislative Assembly of Telangana, the Commission has decided to send a team of ECI officers to assess the situation in the state regarding poll preparedness.  
        A team of ECI officers headed by Sh. Umesh Sinha, Sr. Deputy Election Commissioner will be visiting Hyderabad on Tuesday i.e. 11th September, 2018 and will give its report to the Commission after completion of the visit.
    Sd--
    (Pawan Diwan)
    Under Secretary

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  14. Election Commission of India to hold a 'National Consultation on Accessible Elections'

    Election Commission of India to hold a 'National Consultation on Accessible Elections
    Bilingual 

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  15. Election Commission of India organises Sign language Training Session for Election Officials

    PRESS NOTE
    Subject: Election Commission of India organises Sign language Training Session for  Election Officials
    Election Commission of India, in its commitment towards Accessible Elections, organised Sign Language Training Session for officials of the Commission in collaboration with ISLRTC (Indian Sign Language Research and Training Centre) on September 12, 2018 at ECI Headquarters in New Delhi. 
    The training was conducted by experts from ISLRTC (Indian Sign Language Research and Training Centre) wherein the officers were acquainted with basic as well as election related sign languages symbols such as Election, Identity Card, Address and Polling Booth etc. Besides, information related to basic etiquette while conversing with persons with disabilities was also shared with the Officials of the Commission and they were sensitised regarding the needs of Deaf persons. The session saw enthusiastic participation of the officials. A sensitisation activity was conducted through a live demonstration of a mock poll to understand the frequently asked questions/ issues of the deaf voters.
    The aim of the workshop was to sensitise election officials to the needs of persons with disabilities so as to be better able to respond to their needs & facilitate them during the election process. 
    In July 2018, Election Commission of India organised a two day National Consultation on Accessible Elections in New Delhi where the Commission declared a series of facilitation measures for Persons with Disabilities, including training and sensitisation of Election Officials. 

    (PAWAN DIWAN)
    Under Secretary
     

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  16. Announcement: Schedule for the General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Karnataka, 2018.

    Announcement: Schedule for the General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Karnataka, 2018.
    Bilingual

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  17. Launch of 'cVIGIL' online app.

    Launch of 'cVIGIL' online app.
    Bilingual 

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  18. ECI-EVMs are totally distinct from ones used in elections held by other Organisation/Institution.

    PRESS NOTE
    Sub:    ECI-EVMs are totally distinct from ones used in elections held by other Organisation/Institution. 
    1. Certain complaints of alleged tampering of EVMs during the recently held elections held by different organizations/institutions elsewhere also generated wrong perception about EVMs of ECI. It was noted that confusion exists in the minds of many about the jurisdiction of ECI. We would like to clarify once again on this occasion that ECI is not responsible for the conduct of local body elections (Municipalities, Panchayats etc.) that are conducted by the State Election Commissions and elections held by various organisations/institutions in the country and consequently about various protocols and procedures adopted by them.
    2. The Commission is confident and has firm conviction about the integrity, non-tamperability and credibility of ECI-EVMs. The basis of confidence of the Commission flows from a wide range of technical and administrative protocols and procedural safeguards that protects our EVMs and VVPATs against any sort of tampering during manufacture, transportation, storage, polling and counting process.
    3. Till 2017, M/s Bharat Electronics Limited, Bangalore and M/s Electronics Corporation of India Limited, Hyderabad were allowed by the Commission to supply EVMs to State Election Commissions and other organisations (The permission letter issued in August, 2006 is enclosed). However, since May 2017, BEL and ECIL were directed to seek Commission’s prior approval and supply only EVMs that are different from ECI-EVMs to SECs or to other foreign countries, that too only after the current ordered quantities to ECI are fully supplied.
    4. Old EVMs are sent to BEL/ECIL for destruction and destroyed as per strict protocol prescribed by the Commission.
    5. Commission uses only single post EVMs (i.e. vote can be cast only for one post). In the elections at DUSU it is told that multi-post EVMs (i.e. vote can be cast for more than one post for instance President/Vice-President/General Secretary), which are technically completely different from ECI’s single post EVMs, have been used.
    6. The Commission would like to state that the important technical and administrative safeguards available in ECI-EVMs might not be available in EVMs being used by other organisations/institutions.
    (Ajoy Kumar)
    Secretary

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  19. Election Commission of India holds two days National Consultation on Accessible Elections on 3rd & 4th July, 2018.

    Election Commission of India holds two days National Consultation on Accessible Elections on 3rd & 4th July, 2018.
    BIlingual 

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  20. Three bye elections to Karnataka Legislative Council and one bye election to Maharashtra Legislative Council by the Members of respective Legislative Assembly- Corrigendum-reg

    PRESS NOTE
    Subject:    Three bye elections to Karnataka Legislative Council and one bye election to Maharashtra Legislative Council by the Members of respective Legislative Assembly- Corrigendum-reg
     The Commission had announced a schedule for holding three bye elections to Karnataka Legislative Council and one bye election to Maharashtra Legislative Council by the Members of Legislative Assembly, vide its Press Note No. ECI/PN/60/2018 dated 7thSeptember, 2018.
    As the last date for making nominations, i.e. 22ndSeptember, 2018 (Saturday) falls on 4th Saturday of the month is a ‘Public Holiday’ as per Section 25 of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, as per the Ministry of Finance, Government of India, Notification dated 20.08.2015, therefore, the Commission has suitably amended the schedule changing the last date for making nominations to the next working day i.e. 24thSeptember, 2018 (Monday). Consequently, the date of scrutiny, the last date of withdrawal of candidatures and the date of poll have been accordingly shifted as follows:
     
    S.No.
    Subject of Programme
    Dates and Days
    1.       
    Last Date of making nominations
    24thSeptember, 2018 (Monday)
    2.       
    Scrutiny of nominations
    25thSeptember, 2018 (Tuesday)
    3.       
    Last date for withdrawal of candidatures
    27thSeptember, 2018 (Thursday)
    4.       
    Date of Poll
    4thOctober, 2018 (Thursday)
    5.       
    Hours of Poll
    9.00 A.M. to 4.00 P.M.
    6.       
    Counting of Votes
    4thOctober, 2018 (Thursday) at 5.00 P.M.
    7.       
    Date before which election shall be completed
    6thOctober, 2018 (Saturday)
     
     
     
    (PAWAN DIWAN)
                                                                                                                         UNDER SECRETARY   

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  21. ECI constitute a Committee of Officers to probe the matter of alleged date leak.

    ECI constitute a Committee of Officers to probe the matter of alleged date leak.
    BIlingual 

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  22. Election Commission of India unveils Strategic Framework on Accessible Elections

    Election Commission of India unveils Strategic Framework on Accessible Elections 
    BIlingual 

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  23. Supply of VVPATs & EVMs is on track and not a matter of concern.

    PRESS NOTE
    Sub: Supply of VVPATs & EVMs is on track and not a matter of concern.
    The Election Commission of India would like to allay any unfounded apprehensions regarding the supply of VVPATs for the Lok Sabha Election in 2019. The Commission is committed to 100% deployment of VVPATs at all polling stations in future General, as well as bye elections to the Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assemblies.
    In order to meet the requirement of 100% VVPATs for all polling stations for the upcoming Lok Sabha Election in 2019, the Commission placed an order of 17.45 lakh VVPATs to Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), Bangalore and Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL), Hyderabad. Till date, 9.45 lakh units have been produced by the PSUs. Both PSUs have assured the Commission that the remaining VVPAT units (8 lakh) will be manufactured and supplied to the various States/UTs comfortably before end of Nov 2018. 
    The Commission has been consistently and periodically reviewing the status of production and supply of VVPATs with the CMDs of PSUs, as well as the Technical Expert Committee (TEC), to ensure that the design, production and supply activities of all the units of EVMs and VVPATs is streamlined and completed in a time-bound manner after incorporating the features suggested by the TEC which is carrying out a rigorous supervision of the production process and product performance. The officers of the Commission are monitoring the manufacturing and supply of machines on a daily basis in order to ensure timely delivery and pre poll preparedness.
    The Commission has indeed enhanced the requirement of additional VVPATs from 125% to 135% considering the trend of failure rate of VVPATs in past elections. The Commission has estimated 171% Ballot Units, 125% Control Units and 135% VVPATs requirements for upcoming Lok Sabha Elections. It may be noted that in case of any error in VVPAT, only VVPAT is replaced with the reserve one, whereas, in case of any error in Ballot Unit or Control Unit of the EVM, entire set of Ballot Unit(s), Control Unit and VVPAT is changed, resulting in an increase in requirement of  VVPATs than the requirement of Control Units of EVMs. 
    It is pertinent to mention that learning from experience of Kairana and Bhandara-Gondiya bye-polls held in May, 2018 where the errors were mainly caused by excessive exposure to illumination in the polling stations, the Commission has adopted the hardware improvement recommended by the Technical Expert Committee to prevent auto shutdown of VVPATs due to excessive light. 
    It is also pertinent to note that comprehensive and systematic preparatory activities for the Lok Sabha Elections, including the detailed First Level Checking of EVMs and VVPATs have already commenced across various States/UTs and will be completed in an efficient, effective and timely manner. First Level Checks workshops and trainings of polling officials are being regularly conducted by the Commission to minimize EVM/VVPAT failures due to human errors. 
    It may be appreciated that over the last twenty years, the Election Commission of India has successfully conducted 113 State Legislative Assembly Elections and 03 Lok Sabha Elections using EVMs. Since, June 2017, Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) machines have also been used successfully along with EVMs in General as well as Bye elections in all State Assembly and Parliamentary constituencies for enhanced voter verifiability. The Commission is fully geared to use VVPATs in all forthcoming elections. 
    The Election Commission of India is mandated under Article 324 to 329 of the Constitution of India to provide superintendence, direction and control for conduct of elections in accordance with the law in force.
    ************
     
     

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  24. Requirement of holding bye elections to fill casual vacancies in the House of People – clarification.

    No. ECI/PN/70/2018                                                                                                                                                                                   Date: 9th October, 2018
    PRESS NOTE
     Subject:      Requirement of holding bye elections to fill casual vacancies in the House of People – clarification.
                        It is understood that some newspapers have reported that the Commission on the one hand announced the bye elections to fill the three casual vacancies in Lok Sabha from Karnataka while the bye elections to fill five vacancies in Lok Sabha from Andhra Pradesh have not been announced.
                       In this connection, it is clarified that vacancies from 9-Bellary(ST), 14-Shimoga and 20-Mandya Parliamentary Constituencies of Karnataka have occurred on 18th May, 18 May and 21st May, 2018 respectively,  whereas vacancies from the five parliamentary constituencies from Andha Pradesh have occurred on 20th June, 2018.
                       Section 151A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 mandates the Election Commission to fill the casual vacancies in the Houses of Parliament and State Legislatures through bye-elections within six months from the date of occurrence of the vacancy, provided that the remainder of the term of a member in relation to a vacancy is one year or more. 
                       The term of sixteenth Lok Sabha is upto 3rd June, 2019. As the vacancies from Karnataka have occurred more than one year before the expiration of the term of House, bye elections are required to be held under Section 151A of R. P. Act 1951 to fill these vacancies within six months from the date of occurrence of vacancies that is 18th & 21st May, 2018. In the case of vacancies from Andhra Pradesh, there is no need to hold bye elections as the remaining term of the Lok Sabha is less than one year from the date of occurrence of vacancies that is 20th June, 2018.
                       Section 151A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 is reproduced below:
    151A. Time limit for filling vacancies referred to in sections 147, 149, 150  and 151.—Notwithstanding anything contained in section 147, section 149, section 150 and section 151, a bye-election for filling any vacancy referred to in any of the said sections shall be held within a period of six months from the date of the occurrence of the vacancy: Provided that nothing contained in this section shall apply if— (a) the remainder of the term of a member in relation to a vacancy is less than one year; or (b) the Election Commission in consultation with the Central Government certifies that it is difficult to hold the bye-election within the said period.
      
    (Pawan Diwan)
    Under Secretary

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  25. IIIDEM organizes 5 – day Capacity Development programme for Media Officials from Bhutan

    IIIDEM organizes 5 – day Capacity Development programme for Media Officials from Bhutan
    Bilingual 

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