राजस्थान नगर निगम चुनाव कार्यक्रम घोषित – Rajasthan Nagar Nigam election 2023 Jaipur Jodhpur Kota New Voter list Rajasthan Nagar Nikaya Palika Nigam Parishad Election Chunav In Rajasthan 2023
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👉 राजस्थान नगर निगम सदस्य चुनाव प्रथम चरण के 29 अक्टूबर और दूसरे चरण के 1 नवंबर को होंगे, मतगणना 3 नवंबर को
👉 महापौर के चुनाव 10 नवंबर को और उपमहापौर का निर्वाचन 11 नवंबर को
Rajasthan Election Commission: The State Election Commission has announced a schedule on Thursday for elections to a total of 6 municipal corporations for jaipur, kota and jodhpur cities. The programme will be held on for members in municipal corporations while counting will take place on . While the mayor will be voting on . The State Election Commission commissioner Prem Singh Mehra announced the programme and said that elections for Jaipur Greater, Jaipur Heritage, Kota North, Kota South, Jodhpur North and Jodhpur South Municipal Corporation will be from EVMS. Rajasthan Nagar Nigam election 2021 Public information for the same will be released on 19th March. Nominations will be filed from 10 am to 3.30 pm except Sunday till 23rd . The date of withdrawal of nominations has been placed on 26th . He said, polling will be held from 7 am to 5 pm on 5th April. Counting will take place from 8 am on 7th April. A total of 35 lakh 97 thousand 873 voters are registered for all municipal corporations. 3241 polling booths have been set up for the elections. Elections will be conducted for a total of 560 wards.
Mayoral election on 29 अक्टूबर और दूसरे चरण के 1 नवंबर
Election commissioner Prem Singh Mehra said, public information will be issued on April 8 for the election of the mayor. Thereafter, nominations will be filed by 9th April. Nomination papers will be scrutinized on 10th . Polling will be held from 10 am to 2 pm on 16th . Counting will take place on the same day after the end of polling. The deputy mayor will be elected on .
Code of Conduct comes into force
With the announcement of the election schedule, the model Code of conduct has come into force. With this, new government business has been banned. However, if required, the approval of the Election Commission will enable necessary work. During the code of conduct, no party or candidate will act as a part of offending the religion, caste community. Government employees will not be involved in electioneering activities. Parties, candidates have to seek the permission of the house.