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    No. ECI/PN/88/2021 Dated: 31st October, 2021 PRESS NOTE Subject: Bye Elections to the Council of States from Kerala and West Bengal -reg. There are two casual vacancies in the Council of States from Kerala and West Bengal as per details below: - State Name of Member Cause of vacancy Date of vacancy Term Up to Kerala Shri Jose K. Mani Resignation 11.01.2021 01.07.2024 West Bengal Ms. Arpita Ghosh Resignation 15.09.2021 02.04.2026 2. The Commission vide Press Note No. ECI/PN/67/2021, dated 28.05.2021 had decided that due to outbreak of the second wave of COVID-19 in the country, it would not be appropriate to hold bye election to the Council of States from Kerala till the pandemic situation significantly improves and conditions become conducive to hold bye election to the Council of States from Kerala. 3. The Commission having re-assessed the situation in the State of Kerala and after taking into consideration all relevant facts, has now decided to conduct above-mentioned two bye elections to the Council of States from Kerala and West Bengal in accordance with the following programme: - S. No Events Dates Issue of Notifications 09th November, 2021 (Tuesday) Last date of making nominations 16th November, 2021 (Tuesday) Scrutiny of nominations 17th November, 2021 (Wednesday) Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 22nd November, 2021 (Monday) Date of Poll 29th November, 2021 (Monday) Hours of Poll 09:00 am to 04:00 pm Counting of Votes 29th November, 2021 (Monday) at 05:00 pm Date before which election shall be completed 01st December, 2021 (Wednesday) 4. Broad Guidelines of Covid-19 as already issued by ECI as well as the recent guidelines issued by ECI as contained in para 06 of Press Note dated 28.09.2021 available at link https://eci.gov.in/candidate-political-parties/instructions-on-covid-19/. to be followed, wherever applicable, during entire election process for all persons. 5. The Chief Secretaries of States concerned are being directed to depute a senior officer from the State to ensure that the extant instructions regarding COVID-19 containment measures are complied with while making arrangements for conducting the election.
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    No. ECI/PN/89/2021 Dated: 31st October, 2021 PRESS NOTE Subject: Bye Election to the Maharashtra Legislative Council by the members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) – reg. There is a casual vacancy in the Maharashtra Legislative Council to be filled up by the members of Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra. The details of the vacancy are as follows: S.No. Name of Member Nature of election Date & Cause of vacancy Term upto 1. Sh. Sharad Namdeo Ranpise By MLAs 23.09.2021 Death 27.07.2024 2. The Commission has decided to hold a bye-election to the Maharashtra Legislative Council by the members of the Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra to fill the above mentioned vacancy as per the following schedule: S. No Events Dates Issue of Notifications 09th November, 2021 (Tuesday) Last date of making nominations 16th November, 2021 (Tuesday) Scrutiny of nominations 17th November, 2021 (Wednesday) Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 22nd November, 2021 (Monday) Date of Poll 29th November, 2021 (Monday) Hours of Poll 09:00 am to 04:00 pm Counting of Votes 29th November, 2021 (Monday) at 05:00 pm Date before which election shall be completed 01st December, 2021 (Wednesday) 3. Broad Guidelines of Covid-19 as already issued by ECI as well as the recent guidelines issued by ECI as contained in para 06 of Press Note dated 28.09.2021 available at link https://eci.gov.in/candidate-political-parties/instructions-on-covid-19/. to be followed, wherever applicable, during entire election process for all persons. 4. The Chief Secretary, Maharashtra is being directed to depute a senior officer from the State to ensure that the extant instructions regarding COVID-19 containment measures are complied with while making arrangements for conducting the election.
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    No. ECI/PN/91/2021 Dated: 09th November, 2021 PRESS NOTE Subject: Biennial Elections to 11 sitting members of Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council from 08 Local Authorities’ Constituencies –reg. The term of office of 11 sitting members of Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council from 08 Local Authorities’ Constituencies had expired as per details below: - S.No. Name of Local Authorities Constituencies No. of seat(s) Name of member Date of Retirement 1. Anantapur Local Authorities 01 Payyavula Keshav (Vacant w.e.f 04.06.2019 due to non availability of desired electoral roll) 11.08.2021 2. Krishna Local Authorities’ 01 Venkateswara Rao Buddha 11.08.2021 01 Yalamanchili Venkata Babu Rajendra Prasad 11.08.2021 3. East Godavari Local Authorities’ 01 Reddy Subrahmanyam 11.08.2021 4. Guntur Local Authorities’ 02 Annam Satish Prabhakar (Vacant w.e.f 04.06.2019 due to non availability of desired electoral roll) 11.08.2021 Ummareddy Venkateswarlu 5. Vizianagaram Local Authorities’ 01 Dwarapureddi Jagadeeswara Rao 11.08.2021 6. Visakhapatnam Local Authorities’ 01 Buddha Naga Jagadeswara Rao 11.08.2021 01 Chalapathi Rao Pappala 11.08.2021 7. Chittoor Local Authorities’ 01 Gali Saraswathi 11.08.2021 8. Prakasam Local Authorities’ 01 Magunta Sreenivasulu Reddy (Vacant w.e.f 04.06.2019 due to non-availability of desired electoral roll) 11.08.2021 2. Biennial elections to fill up 11 seats could not be conducted by 11.08.2021 as the Constituent Local Bodies/Electors were not in existence at that time. The Commission vide letter dated 07.06.2021 had sought information regarding existence of constituent Local Bodies functioning and their percentage in the said Constituencies. The CEO, Andhra Pradesh vide letter dated 23.06.2021 had informed that of the above (8) Local Authorities’ Constituencies in Andhra Pradesh, the percentage of constituent Local Bodies functioning was ranging between 6.98 and 16 and the percentage of electors in position was ranging between 17.75 and 27.50 as elections to most of the local bodies in these 8 Local Authorities Constituencies were either pending or were not conducted by the State Election Commission, Andhra Pradesh. 3. Now, as per the information received from the CEO, Andhra Pradesh vide letter dated 01.10.2021, both the percentage of constituent Local Bodies functioning and the percentage of electors in position is above 75%, in respect of above mentioned 08 Local Authorities’ Constituencies in Andhra Pradesh. 4. With regard to Local Authorities’ Constituencies election, the Election Commission has laid down the guidelines that if atleast 75% of the local authorities in a local authorities’ constituency are functioning, and in addition at least 75% of the electors out of the total electorate of the constituency are available, then electorate is treated as available for electing representative(s) to the legislative council. These guidelines of the Election Commission got the approval of Supreme Court of India in Election Commission of India Vs Shivaji and Ors (AIR 1988 SC 61). 5. The Commission having re-assessed Covid-19 pandemic situation in the State of Andhra Pradesh and after taking into consideration all relevant facts, has now decided to conduct biennial election to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council from above-mentioned 08 Local Authorities’ Constituencies in accordance with the following programme:- S.No EVENTS DATES & DAYS 1. Issue of Notifications 16th November, 2021 (Tuesday) 2. Last date of making nominations 23rd November, 2021 (Tuesday) 3. Scrutiny of nominations 24th November, 2021 (Wednesday) 4. Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 26th November, 2021 (Friday) 5. Date of poll 10th December, 2021 (Friday) 6. Hours of poll 08:00 am to 04:00 pm 7. Counting of Votes 14th December, 2021 (Tuesday) 8. Date before which election shall be completed 16th December, 2021 (Thursday) 6. Broad Guidelines of Covid-19 as already issued by ECI as well as the recent guidelines issued by ECI as contained in para 06 of Press Note dated 28.09.2021 available at link https://eci.gov.in/candidate-political-parties/instructions-on-covid-19/ to be followed, wherever applicable, during entire election process for all persons. 7. The Model Code of Conduct concerning the said election will come into force with immediate effect in the concerned Constituency. Please see the details in Commission’s website under https://eci.gov.in/files/file/4070-biennial-bye-elections-to-the-legislative-councils-from-council-constituencies-by-graduates%E2%80%99-and teachers%E2%80%99-and-local-authorities%E2%80%99-constituencies-%E2%80%93-mcc-instructions-%E2%80%93-regarding/ 8. The Chief Secretary, Andhra Pradesh is being directed to depute a senior officer from the State to ensure that the extant instructions regarding COVID-19 containment measures are complied with while making arrangements for conducting the election.
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    No. ECI/PN/75/2021 Dated: 17th August, 2021 PRESS NOTE Subject: Bye Election to the Council of States from Tamil Nadu -reg. There is a casual vacancy in the Council of States from Tamil Nadu as per following details: - Name of Member Reason Date of vacancy Term Up to Thiru. A. Mohammedjan Death 23.03.2021 24.07.2025 2. The Commission has decided to hold bye-election to the Council of States from Tamil Nadu to fill up the above-mentioned vacancy in accordance with the following schedule: - S. No Events Dates Issue of Notifications 24th August, 2021 (Tuesday) Last date of making nominations 31st August, 2021 (Tuesday) Scrutiny of nominations 01st September, 2021 (Wednesday) Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 03rd September, 2021 (Friday) Date of Poll 13th September, 2021, (Monday) Hours of Poll 09:00 am to 04:00 pm Counting of Votes 13th September, 2021, (Monday) at 05:00pm Date before which election shall be completed 15th September, 2021 (Wednesday) 3. Broad Guidelines to be followed during entire election process for all persons: - Every person shall wear face mask during every election related activity At the entry of hall/ room/ premises used for election purposes: Thermal Scanning of all persons shall be carried out: Sanitizer shall be made available at all locations Social distancing shall be maintained as per the extant COVID-19 guidelines of the State Govt. and Ministry of Home Affairs. 4. The Chief Secretary, Tamil Nadu is being directed to depute a senior officer from the State to ensure that the extant instructions regarding COVID-19 containment measures are complied with while making arrangements for conducting the said bye election.
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    No. ECI/PN/67/2021 Dated: 28th May 2021 PRESS NOTE Bye Election to the Council of States -Deferment of election – reg. There is one casual vacancy in the Council of States as per the details below: Name of State Name of the member Cause of vacancy Date of Vacancy Term upto Kerala Shri Jose K. Mani Resignation 11.01.2021 01.07.2024 2. As per the provisions of Section 151A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, the vacancy are required to be filled, through bye election within six months from date of occurrence of vacancy, provided that remainder of the term in relation to the vacancy is one year or more. 3. The Commission has reviewed the matter today and has decided that due to outbreak of the second wave of COVID-19 in the country, it would not be appropriate to hold the said bye election till the pandemic situation significantly improves and conditions become conducive to hold above mentioned bye-election. 4. The Commission will take a decision in the matter at appropriate time in the future after taking inputs from the concerned states and assessing the pandemic situation from mandated authorities like NDMA/SDMA.
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    No. ECI/PN/12/2021 Dated: 18th February, 2021 PRESS NOTE Sub:- Bye Election to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council by the members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) – reg. There is one casual vacancy in the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council by the members of Legislative Assembly. The details of the vacancy are as follows: Name of Member Nature of election Cause of vacancy Term up to Challa Ramakrishna Reddy By MLAs Death on 01.01.2021 29.03.2023 2. The Commission has decided to hold a bye-election to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council by the members of the Legislative Assembly to fill the above mentioned vacancy as per the following schedule: - S. No. Events Dates 1. Issue of Notification 25th February, 2021 (Thursday) 2. Last Date of making nominations 04th March, 2021 (Thursday) 3. Scrutiny of nominations 05th March, 2021 (Friday) 4. Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 08th March, 2021 (Monday) 5. Date of Poll 15th March, 2021 (Monday) 6. Hours of Poll 09:00 am to 04:00 pm 7. Counting of Votes 15th March, 2021 (Monday) at 05:00 pm 8. Date before which election shall be completed 18th March, 2021 (Thursday) 3. Broad Guidelines to be followed during entire election process 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) Sanitizer 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. 4. The Chief Secretary, Andhra Pradesh is being directed to depute a senior officer from the State to ensure that the extant instructions regarding COVID-19 containment measures are complied with while making arrangements for conducting the election.
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    No. ECI/PN/13/2021 Dated: 18th February, 2021 PRESS NOTE Sub:- Bye Election to the Karnataka Legislative Council by the members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) – reg. There is one casual vacancy in the Karnataka Legislative Council by the members of Legislative Assembly. The details of the vacancy are as follows: Name of Member Nature of election Cause of vacancy Term up to S. L. Dharmegowda By MLAs Death on 28.12.2020 17.06.2024 2. The Commission has decided to hold a bye-election to the Karnataka Legislative Council by the members of the Legislative Assembly to fill the above mentioned vacancy as per the following schedule: S. No. Events Dates 1. Issue of Notification 25th February, 2021 (Thursday) 2. Last Date of making nominations 04th March, 2021 (Thursday) 3. Scrutiny of nominations 05th March, 2021 (Friday) 4. Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 08th March, 2021 (Monday) 5. Date of Poll 15th March, 2021 (Monday) 6. Hours of Poll 09:00 am to 04:00 pm 7. Counting of Votes 15th March, 2021 (Monday) at 05:00 pm 8. Date before which election shall be completed 18th March, 2021 (Thursday) 3. Broad Guidelines to be followed during entire election process 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) Sanitizer 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. 4. The Chief Secretary, Karnataka is being directed to depute a senior officer from the State to ensure that the extant instructions regarding COVID-19 containment measures are complied with while making arrangements for conducting the election.
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    No. ECI/PN/09/2021 Dated: 04th February, 2021 PRESS NOTE Subject: Bye Elections to the Council of States from Gujarat -reg. There are two casual vacancies in the Council of States from Gujarat. The details of the vacancies are as follows: - Sl. No. Name of Members Reason Date of vacancy Term Up to 1. Shri Patel Ahmed Mohammad Death 25.11.2020 18.08.2023 2. Shri Abhay Ganpatray Bhardwaj Death 01.12.2020 21.06.2026 2. The Commission has decided to hold two separate bye-elections to the Council of States from Gujarat to fill up the above mentioned vacancies as per the following common schedule: - S. No Events Dates 1 Issue of Notifications 11th February, 2021 (Thursday) 2 Last date of making nominations 18th February, 2021 (Thursday) 3 Scrutiny of nominations 19th February, 2021 (Friday) 4 Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 22nd February, 2021 (Monday) 5 Date of Poll 01st March, 2021 (Monday) 6 Hours of Poll 09:00 am-04:00 pm 7 Counting of Votes 01st March, 2021 (Monday) at 05:00 pm 8 Date before which election shall be completed 03rd March, 2021 (Wednesday) 3. Broad Guidelines to be followed during entire election process for all persons: - Every person shall wear face mask during every election related activity At the entry of hall/ room/ premises used for election purposes: Thermal Scanning of all persons shall be carried out: Sanitizer shall be made available at all locations Social distancing shall be maintained as per the extant COVID-19 guidelines of the State Govt. and Ministry of Home Affairs. 4. The Chief Secretary, Gujarat is being directed to depute a senior officer from the State to ensure that the extant instructions regarding COVID-19 containment measures are complied with while making arrangements for conducting the said bye elections. 5. Further, the Commission has also appointed the Chief Electoral Officer, Gujarat as Observer for the said elections.
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    No. ECI/PN/08/2021 Dated: 04th February, 2021 PRESS NOTE Subject: Bye Election to the Council of States from Assam -reg. There is one casual vacancy in the Council of States from Assam as per following details: - State Name of Members Reason Date of vacancy Term Up to Assam Shri Biswajit Daimary Resignation 21.11.2020 09.04.2026 2. The Commission has decided to hold bye-election to the Council of States from Assam to fill up the above said vacancy in accordance with the following schedule: - S. No Events Dates 1 Issue of Notifications 11th February, 2021 (Thursday) 2 Last date of making nominations 18th February, 2021 (Thursday) 3 Scrutiny of nominations 19th February, 2021 (Friday) 4 Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 22nd February, 2021 (Monday) 5 Date of Poll 01st March, 2021 (Monday) 6 Hours of Poll 09:00 am-04:00 pm 7 Counting of Votes 01st March, 2021 (Monday) at 05:00 pm 8 Date before which election shall be completed 03rd March, 2021 (Wednesday) 3. Broad Guidelines to be followed during entire election process for all persons: - Every person shall wear face mask during every election related activity At the entry of hall/ room/ premises used for election purposes: Thermal Scanning of all persons shall be carried out: Sanitizer shall be made available at all locations Social distancing shall be maintained as per the extant COVID-19 guidelines of the State Govt. and Ministry of Home Affairs. 4. The Chief Secretary, Assam is being directed to depute a senior officer from the State to ensure that the extant instructions regarding COVID-19 containment measures are complied with while making arrangements for conducting the election. 5. Further, the Commission has also appointed the Chief Electoral Officer, Assam as Observer for this election.
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    No. ECI/PN/01/2021 Dated: 06th January, 2021 PRESS NOTE Sub:- Bye Election to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council by the members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) – reg. There is one casual vacancy in the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council by the members of Legislative Assembly. The details of the vacancy are as follows: Name of Member Nature of election Cause of vacancy Term up to Smt. Pothula Sunitha By MLAs Resignation on 01.11.2020 29.03.2023 2. The Commission, has decided to hold a bye-election to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council by the members of the Legislative Assembly to fill the above mentioned vacancy as per the following schedule: - S.No. Events Dates 1. Issue of Notifications 11th January, 2021 (Monday) 2. Last Date of making nominations 18th January, 2021 (Monday) 3. Scrutiny of nominations 19th January, 2021 (Tuesday) 4. Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 21st January, 2021 (Thursday) 5. Date of Poll 28th January, 2021 (Thursday) 6. Hours of Poll 09:00 am to 04:00 pm 7. Counting of Votes 28th January, 2021 (Thursday) at 05:00 pm 8. Date before which election shall be completed 01st February, 2021 (Monday) 3. Broad Guidelines to be followed during entire election process for all persons: - Every person shall wear face mask during every election related activity At the entry of hall/ room/ premises used for election purposes: Thermal Scanning of all persons shall be carried out Sanitizer shall be made available at all locations Social distancing shall be maintained as per the extant COVID-19 guidelines of the State Govt. and Ministry of Home Affairs. 4. The Chief Secretary, Andhra Pradesh is being directed to depute a senior officer from the State to ensure that the extant instructions regarding COVID-19 containment measures are complied with while making arrangements for conducting the election.
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    No. ECI/PN/02/2021 Dated: 06th January, 2021 PRESS NOTE Sub:- Bye Elections to the Bihar Legislative Council by the members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) – reg. There are two casual vacancies in the Bihar Legislative Council by the members of Legislative Assembly. The details of the vacancies are as follows: Name of Member Nature of election Cause of vacancy Term up to Sh. Vinod Narain Jha By MLAs Elected to Bihar Legislative Assembly on 11.11.2020 21.07.2022 Sh. Sushil Kumar Modi By MLAs Resignation on 09.12.2020 06.05.2024 2. The Commission has decided to hold two separate bye-elections to the Bihar Legislative Council by the members of the Legislative Assembly to fill the above mentioned vacancies as per the following common schedule: - S. No. Events Dates 1. Issue of Notifications 11th January, 2021 (Monday) 2. Last Date of making nominations 18th January, 2021 (Monday) 3. Scrutiny of nominations 19th January, 2021 (Tuesday) 4. Last date for withdrawal of candidatures 21st January, 2021 (Thursday) 5. Date of Poll 28th January, 2021 (Thursday) 6. Hours of Poll 09:00 am to 04:00 pm 7. Counting of Votes 28th January, 2021 (Thursday) at 05:00 pm 8. Date before which election shall be completed 01st February, 2021 (Monday) 3. Broad Guidelines to be followed during entire election process for all persons: - Every person shall wear face mask during every election related activity At the entry of hall/ room/ premises used for election purposes: Thermal Scanning of all persons shall be carried out Sanitizer shall be made available at all locations Social distancing shall be maintained as per the extant COVID-19 guidelines of the State Govt. and Ministry of Home Affairs. 4. The Chief Secretary, Bihar is being directed to depute a senior officer from the State to ensure that the extant instructions regarding COVID-19 containment measures are complied with while making arrangements for conducting the election.

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