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    No. ECI/PN/89/2020 Dated: 17th November, 2020 PRESS NOTE Announcement of date of poll and counting of votes for deferred bye-election to the Dhule-cum Nandurbar Local Authorities’ Constituency of Maharashtra. The Election Commission of India, vide Press Note No. ECI/PN/29/2020, dated 04.03.2020 announced bye-election to the Maharashtra Legislative Council from Dhule-cum-Nandurbar Local Authorities’ constituency to fill the vacancy caused due to resignation of the sitting member Shri Amrishbhai Rasiklal Patel, which was notified vide Notification No.100/MT-LC/02/2020-LAC, dated 05.03.2020. After the last date of withdrawal on 16.03.2020, the list of contesting candidates in Form 7B was published with 02 candidates in fray. The election was to be conducted on 30.03.2020 (Monday) and the date before which election was to be completed as earlier announced by the Commission was 01.04.2020 (Wednesday) as per the notification dated 05.03.2020. 2. Considering the unforeseen situation of public health emergency due to COVID-19 and the guidelines & orders passed under the Disaster Management Act, 2005 by the competent authority, the Election Commission, under Article 324 of Constitution of India read with Section 153 of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, vide its Notification dated 24.03.2020 extended the period of election by 60 days, which was further extended by 45 days and to a later date vide Notification dated 22.05.2020 and 06.07.2020 respectively. 3. It was also specified that the list of activities already carried out under the Notification dated 05.03.2020 was to remain valid for the purpose of remaining activities as was prescribed under the said notification. 4. The Commission, having considered the inputs received from the Chief Electoral Officer, Maharashtra has now decided that above mentioned bye-election to the Dhule-cum-Nandurbar Local Authorities’ Constituency of Maharashtra be held in accordance with the following programme:- Events Date Date of Poll 01st December, 2020 (Tuesday) Hours of Poll 08:00 am to 05:00 pm Counting of Votes 03rd December, 2020 (Thursday) Date before which election shall be completed 07th December, 2020 (Monday) 5. The Model Code of Conduct concerning this election will come into force with immediate effect in the constituency. Please see the details in Commission’s website under the link: 6. Broad Guidelines to be followed during entire election processes for all persons:- I. Every person shall wear face mask during every election related activity II. At the entry of hall/ room/ premises used for election purposes: (a) Thermal Scanning of all persons shall be carried out (b) Sanitizers shall be made available at all locations III. Social distancing shall be maintained as per the extant COVID-19 guidelines of the State Govt. and Ministry of Home Affairs. IV. As far as practicable, large halls should be identified and utilized to ensure social distancing norms. V. Adequate number of vehicles shall be mobilized for movement of polling personnel, security personnel to ensure compliance of COVID-19 guidelines. 7. For broad guidelines to be followed strictly during the conduct of election during Covid-19, please refer to the guidelines available on Commission’s website under link:-
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    Bye-Elections in the Parliamentary Constituencies and Legislative Assemblies of various States.
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    Bye-elections in 10-Dumka (ST) and 35-Bermo Assembly Constituency of the Legislative Assembly of Jharkhand- Regarding.
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    Bye Elections to the House of the People of Bihar & Legislative Assemblies of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Nagaland, Odisha, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh, 2020 .Commission's Direction regarding electronic transmission of postal ballot papers to service voters - regarding.
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    No. ECI/PN/88/2020 Dated: 09th November, 2020 PRESS NOTE Subject: Arrangements for the dissemination of result trends for General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Bihar & Bye-Elections of various States, 2020 - 10th November 2020 The result trends to Bihar Assembly and Bye-elections will be available w.e.f 8 AM, 10.11.2020 on the following places apart from all the counting centres. 1. The results are displayed on the website of the Election Commission of India and are updated every few minutes to display the current round wise results of each constituency 2. The results are also available from the “Voter helpline” Mobile app available at Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The website / mobile app will display information filled in the system by the Returning Officers from their respective Counting Centers. The ECI will be displaying the information as being filled in the system by the Returning Officers from their respective Counting Centers.
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    No. 4/2020/SDR/Vol-I Dated:- 21stOctober, 2020 To, The President/General Secretary of the recognized National/State Political Parties Subject:- Campaign during the period of pandemic COVID-19 – regarding. Sir/Madam, On 9th October, 2020, Election Commission vide its Advisory (copy enclosed) had sought the cooperation of all political parties to follow instructions related to pandemic COVID-19 at all stages, especially wherever public interface in physical form is involved. Observance of the preventive measures including wearing mask, use of sanitizer, observance of social distancing is a duty cast upon all the stakeholders in the larger interest of public health. At para 4 of the aforementioned communication, it was specifically mentioned: “As representatives of public, this onerous responsibility rests with the political parties to ensure that they not only cooperate with the district machineries in following the due norms of public health safety as prescribed, but also instill a sense of discipline for civic behavior in their cadre while doing ground management during campaign times. It is requested that you may like to issue advisory to all your field representatives to demonstrate utmost vigil and care to abide by all the extant instructions in large interest of public health and avoid any penal action for breaching the provisions.” Earlier, in its broad guidelines dated 21st August, 2020, the Commission also stated that non-compliance of instructions during the period of public interface will attract actions as per provisions of Sections 51 to 60 of the Disaster Management Act, 2005 besides invocation of the Section 188 of IPC and other legal provisions, as also specified in Order No.40-3/2020-DM-I(A) dated 29th July, 2020 of Ministry of Home Affairs. Instances of such public meetings have come to notice of the Commission, where large number of crowds have assembled in utter violation of social distancing and the political leaders/campaigners are addressing the gathering without wearing masks in complete disregard of the guidelines/instructions issued by Election Commission. By doing so, the political parties and candidates are not only flouting the guidelines of the Commission with impunity,but exposing themselves as well as the public attending the rallies/meetings to the danger of infection during the pandemic. It does not need to be reiterated that during elections political parties/entities are the most important stakeholders in the electoral process and duty bound to observe the norms determined by the Commission for electioneering. The Commission has taken a serious view of the laxity on the part of political parties and candidates, on the ground, in terms of maintaining crowd discipline, and hereby reiterates and further advises them to demonstrate utmost vigil and care during electioneering. CEOs and the District Machinery would be expected by the Commission to invoke appropriate and relevant penal provisions against the candidates concerned as well as the organizers responsible for such violations. Separate instructions for strict compliance of guidelines are being issued to Chief Electoral Officers and State Governments of poll going states. The Commission seeks fullest cooperation from you so that our district election machinery ensures that all the preventive measures are adhering to by all the participants including organizers.
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    Pre-certification of Political Advertisements in Print Media on the day of poll & one day prior to poll in Bye-election to the Legislative Assembly of Manipur - regarding. Letter to the CEOs Manipur
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    Bye Elections to the House of the people of Bihar and Legislative Assemblies of Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Haryana, lharkhand, Kamataka, Madhya Pradesh,Manipur, Nagaland,Odisha, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh, 2020. - Use of Electronic Voting Machines and VVPAT-reg.
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    Bye Elections to the House of the people of Bihar and Legislative Assemblies of Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Nagaland, Odisha, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh,2020. - Identifications of electors of polling stations. The Election Commission hereby directs that for the Bye-Election, all electors who have been issued EPIC shall produce the EPIC for their identification at the polling station before casting their votes. Those electors who are not able to produce the EPIC shall produce one of the following alternative photo identity documents for establishing their identity: - Aadhaar Card, MNREGA Job Card, Passbooks with photograph issued by Bank/Post Office, Health Insurance Smart Card issued under the scheme of Ministry of Labour, Driving License, Pan Card, Smart Card issued by RGI under NPR, Indian Passport, Pension document with photograph, Service Identity Cards with photograph issued to employees by Central/State Govt./PSUs/Public Limited Companies, and Official identity cards issued to MPs/MLAs/MLCs.
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    List of deployed Counting Observers in ensuing Bye Elections - 2020
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    List of deployed General and Police Observers in ensuing Bye Elections - 2020
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    Star Campaigner list of Samajwadi Party Rashtriya Kranti Party Jan adhikar Party Rashtriya Soshit samaj Party
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    List of Expenditure Observer deployed in Telangana Bye-election, 2020
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    Star Campaigner list of Bharatiya Janata Party Indian National Congress Samajwadi Party Bahujan Samaj Party Nationalist Congress Party Jan Adhikar Party Rashtriya Shoshit Samaj Party Bhartiya Harit Party Rashtriya Samaj Paksha Rashtriya Lok Dal
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    List of Star Campaigner Bhartiya Janata Party Indian National Congress Communist Party of India
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    Schedule for Bye-Election to fill casual vacancy in the Parliamentary Constituency of Bihar and Legislative Assemblies of various State.
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    Schedule for Bye-Elections to fill casual vacancies in Legislative Assembly of Manipur:
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    The commission has announced, vide Press Note No. ECI/PN/67 /2020 dated 29th September, 2020, schedule for bye-election to fill casual vacancies in Parliamentary constituency of Bihar, and State Legislative Assemblies of various states. The provisions of the Model Code of Conduct have come into force with immediate effect in the district(s) in which the whole or any part of the Parliamentary/Assembly Constituency going for bye-election is comprised, subject to partial modification as issued by Commission vide its letters No. 437/6/INST/2016-CCS dated 29th June, 2077 and No. 437/6/MISC/ECI/LET/FUNCT/MCC/2017 dated 18th, January, 2018. This may be brought to the notice of all concerned. Download file to view more..

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