Notification has been issued regarding the elections to be held in the third phase of Bihar Panchayat elections. It was told that the nomination process for the third phase of bihar panchayat elections is starting from tomorrow i.e. 16 September and for this nomination papers will be filed by 22 September.
New Delhi. Preparations are in full swing for the Bihar Panchayat elections. The enrollment process for the first and second phases is almost over. At the same time, election symbols have also been given to the candidates for the first phase of voting. Meanwhile, a notification has been issued regarding the elections to be held in the third phase. It was told that the nomination process for the third phase of bihar panchayat elections is starting from tomorrow i.e. 16 September and for this nomination papers will be filed by 22 September.
Voting will be held on October 8
According to the notification, after this, the review of nomination papers on 25 September and the nomination papers for bihar panchayat elections can be withdrawn till 27 September. The election symbol will also be allotted to the candidates on September 27 itself. On the other hand, voting for the third phase will be held on October 8 and the fate of the candidates will be locked in EVMs and voting boxes. The results of the third phase of polling will be announced on October 10-11.
According to the instructions issued by the Election Commission regarding nomination, it is necessary for a proposer to be present with the candidate at the time of nomination. During this time only one vehicle will be allowed and it will be mandatory for everyone to follow the Corona Guidelines (Covid-19). Under the third phase, elections will be held for the posts of Panchayat Member, Mukhiya, Panchayat Samiti Member, Zilla Parishad Member, Sarpanch and Panch.
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It is noteworthy that the commission is committed to conduct the panchayat elections fairly and has directed all the officials for this. The commission has said that there will be a jail term of 3 to 5 years for making statements regarding caste, religion or race during election campaign. At the same time, action has also been taken for making baseless and factless things about the life of any other candidate.