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HYDERABAD: Intense lobbying is on for the seven vacant seats in Telangana State Legislative Council with indications that the Commission of India may issue a poll notification for six seats in August.
The ECI has written a letter to the state government asking about the coronavirus situation in the state. It will take a decision on issuing poll notification based on the reply from the government, which sources said is in favour of completing the Council elections.
The lobbying for the seven seats is intense as a berth in the Council is guaranteed. The ruling party has enough MLAs to send six of its leaders to council under MLAs quota without a contest. The opposition is unlikely to contest as it does not have numbers on its side.
Apart from six MLCs, the term of another MLC M Srinivas Reddy elected under the Governor quota ended on June 17.
Earlier, the ECI had postponed the council elections as there was a rise in Covid-19 cases during the second wave of the pandemic. The term of six TRS members in the council expired on June 3—council chairman Gutha Sukender Reddy, deputy chairperson Neti Vidyasagar, former deputy CM Kadiyam Srihari, chief whip B Venkateshwarlu, Md Fareeduddn and Akula Lalitha.
A senior leader in the ruling TRS told TOI that aspirants are keeping their fingers crossed as KCR made many promises to leaders at the time of their joining TRS.


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Hold lawyers body poll online: Telangana high court | | Live Newspaper Hyderabad


HYDERABAD: Making it clear that changes cannot be made to the mode of to the Telangana high court advocates association after the issuance of a poll notification, Justice T Amarnath Goud on Monday directed the election authorities appointed for the purpose to stick to the poll schedule announced on June 17. The poll is scheduled to be held on June 30 in online mode.
The judge gave this direction while hearing a petition filed by Ponnam Ashok Goud, who is contesting as president, challenging the latest decision of the authorities to conduct the election through a ballot paper. They say that they have made this change following requests from some candidates.
According to Ashok, the original schedule had said that the poll will be held online. “Changing the mode from online to physical after the commencement of the poll process is unlawful,” he said. The judge agreed with him and directed the poll authorities to conduct the election through online mode only it was decided earlier.


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Latest News Today – Election Commission Rejects Trinamool Congress’s Request


Election Commission Rejects Trinamool Request For Recount In Nandigram

“But I will go to the court because I have heard there were some malpractices,” Mamata Banerjee

New Delhi:

The Election Commission has rejected the Trinamool Congress’s appeal for a recount of votes at Nandigram, where Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had faced her aide-turned arch rival Suvendu Adhikari. 

After a day of yo-yo counting the Election Commission had declared that the Chief Minister had lost by 1,736 votes in the contest that was the centrepiece of the assembly election in the state.

The Trinamool Congress had declared the counting process “fishy”. Ms Banerjee had alleged “malpractices” and said she would approach the courts.

“Let the Nandigram people give whatever verdict they want, I accept that. Nandigram was a sacrifice that was needed in the larger victory. We have won the state,” said the Chief Minister, whose party is heading for a stupendous 210-plus seat victory.

“But I will go to the court because I have heard there were some malpractices,” she had said earlier this evening.


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Latest News Today – Bengal Assembly Election, Babul Supriyo: Voted For Cruel


'Voted For Cruel Lady': BJP's Babul Supriyo On Trinamool's Big Bengal Win

Babul Supriyo is the BJP’s Lok Sabha MP from Asansol (File)


BJP MP Babul Supriyo broke with tradition on Sunday evening as he refused to congratulate the ruling Trinamool Congress on an emphatic win in the 2021 Bengal Assembly election.

In a short but angry Facebook post Mr Supriyo said the Bengali voters had made a “historic mistake” and lashed out at party chief Mamata Banerjee, whom he labelled a “cruel lady”.

“Neither will I congratulate Mamata Banerjee… nor do I wish to say I ‘respect’ the people’s verdict… sincerely think people of Bengal made a historic mistake by not giving BJP a chance… by electing this corrupt, incapable, dishonest government and a cruel lady back to power,” he ranted.

“Yes, as a law-abiding citizen, I shall ‘obey’ the decision taken by the people in a democratic country… That’s it !! Nothing more – Nothing less !!” Mr Supriyo declared.

The post was later deleted.


BJP MP Babul Supriyo posted this message on Facebook before deleting it a short while later

Mr Supriyo’s cabinet colleagues, though, have been more gracious.

Union Ministers Rajnath Singh and Nirmala Sitharaman have wished Ms Banerjee on her win.

“Congratulations to the Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee on her party’s victory in West Bengal assembly elections. My best wishes to her for her next tenure,” Mr Singh said.

Congratulations Mamata Banerjee and All India Trinamool Congress (on) being elected again in the Assembly election. Good wishes for your next tenure,” Ms Sitharaman tweeted.

In his own fight, Mr Supriyo – one of four MPs roped in by the BJP, in an unusual move, to contest in a state election – is trailing to the Trinamool’s Aroop Biswas from Tollyganj.

Mr Biswas is up by over 50,000 votes as of 6.45 pm, according to the Election Commission website.

The Trinamool is en route to a dominant win, with the latest trends showing it will win 210+ seats to the BJP’s 80-odd. The victory is all the more surprising given how tight the race was expected to be.

The win, though, has been marred by news that Ms Banerjee has lost to the BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari, her former right-hand man; the two were locked in a high-stakes prestige battle from Nandigram.

In her initial remarks Ms Banerjee has played down the significance of her loss, arguing that it is more important for the Trinamool to win than any one person.


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Latest News Today – Election Results 2021: Counting Day For India’s Biggest


Counting Day For India's Biggest Election Amid Pandemic: 10 Points

Election Commission on Tuesday banned all victory processions on the day of or after counting of votes

New Delhi:
Counting of votes for the Assam, Bengal, Kerala, Puducherry and Tamil Nadu Assembly polls – held between March 27 and April 29 – starts 8 am, amid a devastating second Covid wave and concerns the process could lead to a even bigger spike.

Here are your ten points on this big story:

  1. The battle for Bengal is likely to make the biggest headlines, with the Trinamool and the BJP having waged a bitter, and at times crass, campaign. The biggest fight will be for Nandigram, where Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and the BJP’s Suvendhu Adhikari, her ex-protege and whose December defection triggered a flood of exits, will face-off against each other.

  2. In Assam the BJP is looking for a second straight term and has allied with the Asom Gana Parishad and the UPPL (United People’s Party Liberal) to secure the state. The Congress campaigned hard to reclaim its one-time bastion. Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma are two of the biggest names on the ballot.

  3. In Tamil Nadu and Kerala, the BJP is looking to make inroads into states where it is a minor player. While it is fighting on its own in Kerala, in Tamil Nadu the BJP has allied with the ruling AIADMK. In Kerala the incumbent LDF is hoping to buck tradition and win re-election. The Congress-led UDF is the other main alliance. In Tamil Nadu the Congress has allied with MK Stalin’s DMK, with whom it enjoyed a very successful time in the Lok Sabha polls.

  4. The Election Commission on Tuesday banned all victory processions on the day of – or even after – the counting of votes. Amid concern over the spike in cases – and facing criticism over failure to enforce its own rules – the poll body has also said candidates will not be allowed inside counting centres without either a negative Covid report (no older than 48 hours) or confirmation that they’d received both their vaccine shots.

  5. NDTV’s poll of exit polls (warning: exit polls can often get it wrong) gives Ms Banerjee an edge in Bengal. The Trinamool should win 148 of 294 seats and the BJP 130 – a significant return in a state where it has so far been an outlier. The Congress-Left pairing will win 12 seats or fewer, the polls say.

  6. In Tamil Nadu the exit polls predict a sweep for the DMK and its allies, which includes the Congress; they are likely to win 173 of 234 seats. The ruling AIADMK and the BJP’ will win 58. In Kerala, the Left-led LDF front is likely to retain power with 87 of 140 seats.

  7. In Assam and Puducherry exit polls suggest disappointment for the Congress. The BJP is expected to retain power in the former by winning 73 of 126 seats and win the latter, where it is an alliance led by the NR Congress of former Chief Minister N Rangaswamy, with 18 of 30 seats.

  8. All five elections were held as India was hit by a massive surge in coronavirus cases. On March 14, two weeks before the first phase there were fewer than 25,000 new cases per day. On March 27 there were around 62,000 and, by April 29, there were well over 3.5 lakh per day. On Saturday the country crossed the four-lakh mark for the first time.

  9. As the situation worsened, parties were criticised for holding massive rallies. In Bengal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held events attended by thousands and at which social distancing was almost non-existent. Rallies in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Assam and Puducherry also drew large numbers, as political leaders and voters disregarded Covid-appropriate behaviour and violated the laws.

  10. The Election Commission – which had ordered parties to ensure Covid-appropriate behaviour was followed at their events – was criticised for appearing to do nothing. Last week the Madras High Court said the poll body “should probably be booked for murder”. Late Saturday the Commission hit back and filed a complaint in the Supreme Court.


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Latest News Today – Will Mamata Banerjee Retain West Bengal? State Election


Will Mamata Banerjee Retain Bengal? State Election Results Today

The Election Commission has banned victory roadshows and vehicle rallies.

New Delhi:

Counting of votes will be held today in the high-stakes Assam, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry assembly elections, overshadowed by the raging COVID pandemic, as the BJP seeks to consolidate its hold over more states and the Congress along with its allies attempts to regain lost turf.

There will be 2,364 counting halls as compared to 1,002 halls in 2016 in 822 assemble constituencies, a more than 200 percent increase, in view of the COVID guidelines, according to the Election Commission which had drawn flak from the courts over the conduct of polls during the pandemic.

At least 15 rounds of sanitisation will be carried out at each polling centre, besides social distancing and other precautions, including a ban on gatherings, will be strictly followed, officials said.

They said counting of votes will begin at 8 AM and continue late into the night. As many as 1,100 counting observers will watch the process and candidates and agents will have to produce a negative COVID test report or double dose of vaccination certificate to get an entry.

Exit polls have forecast a tight contest between the incumbent Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress and the BJP in the crucial West Bengal assembly polls and put the ruling saffron combine ahead in Assam while projecting that the Left alliance will retain Kerala, a feat unseen in four decades.

For the Congress, the exit polls predicted that it may fall short in Assam and Kerala and lose in Puducherry to the opposition alliance of AINRC-BJP-AIADMK.

The only good news for the Congress was from Tamil Nadu, where the exit polls predicted that the DMK-led opposition alliance, of which it is a part, will trounce the AIADMK-BJP coalition.

The poll results in the four states and the UT are also likely to reflect how the handling of the COVID pandemic has played on the voters” mind.

Polling was held in eight phases in West Bengal between March 27 and April 29, in Assam in three stages on March 27, April 1 and 6, while votes were cast in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and the Union Territory of Puducherry in a single phase on April 6, when the COVID surge had begun in many of the states.

Kerala, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal are among the 11 states that account for 78.22 per cent of the total active cases, according to the Health ministry.

A three-tier security arrangement is in place in West Bengal’s 108 counting centres and at least 292 observers have been appointed and 256 companies of central forces deployed across 23 districts of the state that voted in a gruelling election marred by violence and vicious personal attacks.

The result will decide whether Mamata Banerjee, who has been in power for 10 years and is arguably fighting the toughest poll of her political career, has been able to thwart the challenge by the battle-hardened election army of the BJP led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.

The BJP, which had just three seats in the 294-member Assembly in the 2016 Assembly polls and went to win 18 out of 42 seats in the 2019 Lok Sabha election, had pulled out all stops in the state in a determined bid to oust Ms Banerjee, a vocal critic of Prime Minister Modi, and add another state to its tally of 17.

The Left-Congress alliance is third main contestant in the state.

In Tamil Nadu, both Dravidian parties — AIADMK and DMK — went into the election without their stalwarts, J Jayalalithaa and M Karunanidhi.

Chief Minister K Palaniswami and his deputy O Panneerselvam will cement their position as successors of Jayalalithaa if the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham (AIADMK) retains power though it faces an uphill task especially after the rout in the 2019 Lok Sabha election when the DMK-led alliance won 38 out of 39 seats.

The AIADMK had scored successive wins in 2011 and in 2016, when Jayalalithaa bucked the anti-incumbency trend — the first by anyone in nearly three decades in the state.

After a narrow defeat in the last assembly election where several exit polls had predicted his party’s win, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) chief MK Stalin spearheaded a determined election campaign this time and vigorously toured the state to take on the ruling AIADMK.

AIADMK ally BJP, which had not won any seat in the last polls, is contesting in 20 constituencies. Another AIADMK ally PMK is contesting from 23 constituencies.

The Congress, an ally of the DMK, is in the fray in 25 Assembly segments.

Actor-politician Kamal Haasan’s Makkal Needhi Maiam-led combine is also in the fray.

There are 75 counting centres across the state and all arrangements are in place to smoothly conduct the exercise, which would be monitored by observers, authorities said.

In Kerala, the Left Democratic Front (LDF) is seeking to break the state”s four-decade-old trend of swinging between the communists and the Congress-led United Democratic Front.

As many as 957 candidates, including Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, 11 of his Cabinet colleagues, Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala, senior Congress leader Oommen Chandy, ”Metroman” E Sreedharan, former Union Minister KJ Alphons and BJP State president K Surendran, among others, were in fray in the election to the 140 seats.

The BJP,which had won one seat in 2016, is confident of garnering more seats this time

The poll is significant for Kerala Congress (M) chief Jose K Mani who recently snapped decades-long ties with the UDF and joined hands with the Left front.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had camped in the state for several days and taken part in dozens of corner meetings and rallies, with the party hoping that the state will herald a turn in its electoral fortunes after a series of disappointments in recent years.

In Assam, the ruling BJP is facing a challenge from ”Mahajoth” or ”Grand Alliance” comprising the Congress, AIUDF, Bodoland Peoples” Front (BPF), CPI(M), CPI, CPI(ML) Liberation, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and the Anchalik Gana Morcha (AGM).

The BJP has an alliance with the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP), the United People”s Party Liberal (UPPL) and the Gana Suraksha Party (GSP),

The party had scripted history by winning the traditionally Congress-dominated state in 2016, after remaining on the fringes.

In Puducherry, the AINRC-led NDA and the Congress-led Secular Democratic alliance are in a contest. While AINRC fielded candidates in 16 of the total 30 constituencies the BJP is contesting nine seats while the AIADMK is contesting five seats.

The Congress-led government in the Union Territory had collapsed just before the elections.

Counting will also be held in four Lok Sabha seats and 13 assembly seats across 13 states where bypolls were held.

The EC has banned victory roadshows and vehicle rallies.

India’s daily coronavirus tally crossed the grim milestone of four lakh on Saturday, while the deaths rose to 2,11,853 with 3,523 fresh fatalities. The infection tally rose to 1,91,64,969 with 4,01,993 new cases, while the active cases crossed the 32-lakh mark.


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Latest News Today – Assembly Election 2021: Cash, Liquor Bribe At Record


Record Rs 1,000 Crore Liquor, Cash Bribe Seized In Polls: Election Commission

The seizure of illegal inducements to voters crossed the record value of Rs 1,000 crore.

New Delhi:

The seizure of illegal inducements to voters, such as liquor and cash, during the ongoing polls to five assemblies and by-polls to some seats has crossed the record value of Rs 1,000 crore, a whopping jump of over four times since the 2016 polls, the Election Commission said Friday.

An Election Commission “progressive” report, which will get updated as the remaining phases of poll are conducted, said the maximum Rs 446.28 crore was seized in Tamil Nadu, where the elections have already ended, followed by West Bengal (Rs 300.11 crore), where four phases are yet to take place.

Polling in Assam, Kerala and the Union Territory of Puducherry has also finished. Counting of votes for these five assemblies is slated to be held on May 2.

The poll-panel called these seizures by its various field and technical enforcement teams a “historic milestone” achieved “for the first time in any assembly electoral process”, meaning during simultaneously-held assembly polls.

“The stupendous rise in seizure figures is because of better preparedness and multi-pronged strategy of the Commission. The Commission conducted exhaustive reviews at various levels which included review meetings with enforcement agencies of the state/UT and central agencies,” the Election Commission said in a statement.

The agencies of the Union government primarily include the Income Tax Department, the Customs and GST directorates and the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU).

According to data compiled till Thursday, the Election Commission said, Tamil Nadu had reported a total seizures of Rs 446.28 crore, West Bengal Rs 300.11 crore (so far), Assam 122.35 crore, Kerala Rs 84.91 crore, Puducherry Rs 36.95 crore.

Additionally, the seizure of cash, liquor, drugs and other freebies of Rs 10.84 crore was reported in constituencies that saw by-polls during the same period, it said.

The total value of these seizures stands at Rs 1001.44 crore while it was Rs 225.77 crore in these five assemblies during the 2016 assembly polls.


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Latest News Today – Sushil Chandra To Take Over As New Chief Election


Sushil Chandra To Take Over As New Chief Election Commissioner Tomorrow

Sushil Chandra will replace Sunil Arora as the Chief Election Commissioner of India (File)

New Delhi:

Sushil Chandra has been appointed as the new Chief Election Commissioner of India. He will take charge on Tuesday and serve for a little under a year before retiring on May 14, 2022.

Mr Chandra, 63, who was appointed Election Commissioner in February 2019, weeks before the Lok Sabha election, replaces Sunil Arora as India’s top poll official. During his term in office he will oversee the conduct of polls in five states – Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Uttarakhand and Manipur.

Before his two-year tenure as an Election Commissioner, Sushil Chandra was Chairman of the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) and, since his appointment, has worked on 10 state elections.

Mr Chandra ascends to the Election Commission’s top post at a time when it is being fiercely criticised for failing to apply the rules evenly – to both the ruling BJP and opposition parties.

Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee – handed a 48-hour ban this evening by the outgoing CEC – has accused the poll body of ignoring transgressions by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other senior BJP leaders as they campaign for the ongoing Assembly election in the state.

A defiant Ms Banerjee, who has rejected the Commission’s allegations that she sought votes on communal grounds, asked why complaints had not been filed against those who made polarising references to a “mini-Pakistan” while campaigning in the high-profile Nandigram constituency.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi last week unleashed a two-word tweet amid a dual controversy in the Assam election – over officials transporting an EVM in a BJP candidate’s car, and the last-minute halving of a ban on Assam minister and senior BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sarma.

The Commission also had to weigh in after central forces opened fire after a “misunderstanding” outside a Bengal polling booth last week, resulting in the death of four people.

It was also forced to defend itself on Sunday after a tweet urging people to vote in the Bengal election was flagged for invoking the armed forces. The Commission said the rules in question were only applicable to political parties and their campaigns.

Sunil Arora, 64, the outgoing CEC, most notably oversaw the conduct of the 2019 Lok Sabha election and the Bihar Assembly election in October and November last year – which was the first major electoral exercise amid the coronavirus pandemic.

His final responsibilities included polls in Assam, Bengal, Kerala, Puducherry and Tamil Nadu, and, in what could be one of his final acts in charge, handed Ms Banerjee a 48-hour ban.

With input from ANI


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Latest News Today – Mamata Banerjee Gets Election Commission Notice For


Mamata Banerjee has already been “warned” by the Election Commission (File)

New Delhi:

The Election Commission on Wednesday evening issued a notice to Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for “openly demanding votes on communal grounds” while campaigning in Tarakeshwar in Hooghly district on April 3, ahead of the third phase of elections.

Ms Banerjee, 66, has been directed to explain her remarks within 48 hours of receipt of the notice, failing which the Commission said it would “take a decision without further reference to you”.

The notice is based on a complaint by a BJP delegation led by Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi.

According to the poll body, the complaint refers to the following section of Ms Banerjee’s speech.

“… I am requesting my minority brothers and sisters with folded hands… don’t divide the minority votes after listening to the devil… who had taken money from the BJP… He passes many communal statements and initiates clashes between Hindus and Muslims… comrades of the CPM and BIP is roaming around with money given by BJP to divide the minority votes”.

The comments, the poll body said, violated the RP Act and the Model Code of Conduct.

Trinamool MP Mahua Moitra then hit back, tweeting: “Mamatadi issued notice by Election Commission on BJP’s complaints. What about TMC complaints… at least keep up the farce of impartiality”.

On Tuesday Prime Minister Narendra Modi – campaigning in Cooch Behar ahead of the fourth phase on April 10 – took a swipe at Ms Banerjee over these comments.

Didi (Ms Banerjee), recently you said all Muslims should unite and not allow their votes to be divided… means you are convinced the Muslim vote bank has also gone out of your hands, the Muslims have also turned away from you,” the Prime Minister said.

“Had we said the same thing that all Hindus should unite, everybody would have criticised us. The EC would have sent us notices. We would have been censured,” PM Modi added.

Muslims constitute about 27 per cent of Bengal’s population and, in earlier elections, they were a reliable vote bank for Ms Banerjee. In this poll though, the entry of two Muslim leaders – AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi and a religious leader from Furfura Sharif – has complicated matters.

The Chief Minister has been openly critical about both – linking them to the BJP and its attempts, she says, to split Muslim votes and ensure that it does not come to her party.

“A traitor has emerged from Furfura Sharif who has taken money from the BJP. You must remember you (the BJP) can’t win in Bengal through treachery,” she had said.

The Election Commission and Ms Banerjee have sparred several times over the course of a crass campaign, including last week, when she was warned over a “factually incorrect” complaint.

Ms Banerjee had visited a polling booth at Nandigram – the scene of her 2011 triumph and from where she is taking on protege-turned-rival Suvendu Adhikari this year.

While there she was stuck inside a room as BJP and Trinamool supporters faced off outside. Ms Banerjee accused the poll body of failing to maintain law and order during polling.

The Commission hit back and said Ms Banerjee’s action were fraught with “immense potential to have adverse effect on the law and order across West Bengal and maybe in some other states”.

Bengal votes next on April 10, with four more phases after that. Results will be declared May 2.

With input from PTI


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Latest News Today – Assam Assembly Election: 90 Voters, 171 Votes In Assam


90 Voters, 181 Votes In Assam Polling Booth. 6 Officials Suspended

Assam votes in a three-phase Assembly election, with the third on Tuesday (Representational)


Six polling officials have been suspended in Assam after the Election Commission found that 181 votes had been cast at a booth in Dima Hasao district that had only 90 registered voters.

The booth is in the Haflong constituency that voted in the second phase on April 1. Officially the constituency – won by the BJP’s Bir Bhadra Hagjer in 2016 – recorded only 74 per cent polling.

Sources said the poll body plans to issue a re-poll order for this booth, which was an auxiliary polling station for the main centre. An official order to this effect has yet to be issued.

“The Presiding and 1st Polling officer, in their statements, have admitted that they allowed the voters registered against the main polling station to cast their votes in the auxiliary polling station,” a press release from the Election Commission said. 

According to news agency PTI, Seikhosiem Lhangum (Sector Officer), Prahlad Ch Roy (Presiding Officer), Parameswar Charangsa (1st Polling Officer), Swaraj Kanti Das (2nd Polling Officer) and Lalzamlo Thiek (3rd Polling Officer) have been suspended, with immediate effect.

The poll body cited “dereliction of duty” in its suspension order.

Assam is holding a three-phase Assembly election that began on March 27. The second phase was held last week and the third, and final, phase, is scheduled for Tuesday.

The ruling BJP is bidding for re-election and is fighting a challenge from the Congress-led ‘mahajot‘, or opposition alliance, that includes former ally BPF, or Bodoland People’s Front.

Results of the election will be declared on May 2.


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