Maharashtra, Haryana Election Dates Announced. All You Need To Know

Assembly Elections 2019 Dates: Haryana, Maharashta election dates. The states will vote in single phase on October 21 and the result will be announced on October 24.

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Maharashtra, Haryana Election Dates Announced. All You Need To Know

Election Commission has announced dates for Haryana and Maharashtra election 2019.


New Delhi: 

The Election Commission today announced the dates for Haryana and Maharashtra elections. Both the states will vote in single phase on October 21 and the result will be announced on October 24. Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said the term of 288-member Maharashtra assembly ends on November 9 and the 90-member Haryana assembly expires on November 2. After the announcement of the election dates, the model code of conduct has been put in place in both states. The Election Commission also stressed upon using environment-friendly materials during election campaign and not resort to using any plastic products. While the BJP is in power in Haryana, it rules Maharashtra in coalition with the Shiv Sena. "The upper limit for expenditure on the election campaign is Rs 28 lakh for each candidate," the Election Commission announced.

Haryana Assembly Election 2019 Schedule- 90 Seats (Term Ends November 2)

Haryana elections will take place in single phase.

Date of Issue of Gazette Notification - September 27

Last Date of Nomination - October 4

Date for Scrutiny of Nomination - October 5

Last Date for Withdrawal of Candidatures - October 7

Date of Haryana Election - October 21

Date of Counting, Haryana poll result date - October 24

Number of voters in Haryana: 1.82 crore

Number of polling stations in Haryana: 16, 244

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Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019 Schedule - 288 Seats (Term Ends November 9)

Maharashtra elections will take place in single phase.

Date of Issue of Gazette Notification - September 27

Last Date of Nominations - October 4

Date for Scrutiny of Nominations - October 5

Last Date for Withdrawal of Candidatures - October 7

Date of Election - October 21

Date of Counting, Maharashtra poll result date - October 24

Number of voters in Maharashtra: 8.9 crore

Number of polling stations in Maharashtra: 90, 403

Simultaneously, the by-election will be held in 63 assembly seats in 18 states and one Lok Sabha seat in Bihar on October 21 and the by-poll result will be declared on October 24.

By-elections schedule 2019

Bypolls will take place in the following states

Arunachal Pradesh - 1 seat
Assam - 4 seats
Bihar - 5 seats
Chhattisgarh - 1 seat
Gujarat - 4 seats
Andhra Pradesh - 2 seats
Karnataka - 15 seats
Kerala - 5 seats
Meghalaya - 1 seat
Madhya Pradesh - 1 seat
Odisha - 1 seat
Puducherry - 1 seat
Punjab - 4 seats
Rajasthan - 2 seats
Sikkim - 3 seats
Tamil Nadu - 2 seats
Telangana - 1 seat
Uttar Pradesh - 11 seats

The schedule for bypolls is as follows:

Date of Issue of Gazette Notification - September 23
Last Date of Nominations - September 30
Date for Scrutiny of Nominations - October 1
Last Date for Withdrawal of Candidatures - October 3
Date of Election - October 21
Date of Counting, By-poll result date - October 24



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