Gram panchayat election and by-elections in Gujarat State will be held in the coming days. The process of filling up the nomination form for this election has been completed and the verification of the nomination form will be done on Monday tomorrow. If there is any mistake in the form during the verification, the form will be canceled, Election Department sources said.
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Discussions on the completion of the Gram Panchayat Election are not over yet and now the local government elections in the state are in full swing. Yes, the date of Gujarat Panchayat elections in the state has been announced. Voting for the election will take place.
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CG Government of Gujarat Order No .: Chatan / 102030/4 / G Panchayat, Rural Housing and Rural Development Department, Secretariat, Gandhinagar, dated 18/12/2020 Read: (1) State Election Commissioner, State Election Commission,Secretariat, Gandhinagar
the Gujarat Panchayats Act, the term of the Panchayats shall be up to 5 years from the first sitting and the right to hold general elections before the expiry of the term is vested in the State Election Commission. But according to the declaration of the State Election Commission dated 19/10/2050 on the number (1) taken from the reading,
“The circumstances of the present natural calamity are exceptional and exceptional, considering the prevailing situation of Kovid-12. So that the Commission comes to the conclusion that by holding timely elections in 21 District Panchayats and 21 Taluka Panchayats in the Panchayat areas keeping in view the constitutional and legal provisions.
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Facing an epidemic situation will have to hand over the responsibility of elections to the system and endanger the health and lives of the system as well as ordinary citizens. The system involved in the Covid 15 epidemic will be disrupted and the ongoing campaign against the epidemic will be hampered. Therefore, the general elections of the local bodies to be held in November 2020 have been postponed for the next three months, and after three months it will review the epidemic situation and decide to hold the elections.