The Indian Election Commission has released the dates for the upcoming assembly elections 2023 in five states: Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, Rajasthan, and Telangana. The elections will occur from November 7 to 30: Chhattisgarh on November 7 and 17; Mizoram on November 7; Madhya Pradesh on November 17; Rajasthan on November 23; Telangana on November 30, and results will be available on December 3.
Poll Body Chief: “These 5 States Will See 1/6th Of All Voters In India Cast Their Ballots.” From October 17 to November 30, voters can update their registration information. Incorporated election expenditure tracking is a new initiative by the Indian Election Commission (EC), with information requests from political parties now due by October 31.
Assembly Elections 2023: Election Commission announced dates for five states’ elections
Assembly Elections in five states will occur next month, with results coming on December 3.
Polling dates became public
The dates for the upcoming month’s Assembly elections in five states will get released by the Indian Election Commission. Assembly Election dates became public by the polling organization for Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, Rajasthan, and Telangana.
Results will be out on December 3
Chhattisgarh will hold two rounds of voting on November 7 and 17, while Mizoram will vote on November 7. On November 17, Madhya Pradesh will hold elections, followed by Rajasthan on November 23 and Telangana on November 30. On December 3, the outcomes will get announced.
Here are the state-wise polling dates for assembly elections 2023
Chhattisgarh: November 7 & 17
Madhya Pradesh: November 17
Mizoram: November 7
Rajasthan: November 23
Telangana: November 30
About the number of constituencies in each of the states
The BJP-led Madhya Pradesh Assembly will select state lawmakers from 230 constituencies, while the Congress-ruled Rajasthan Assembly will have 200 seats. The battle for 119 Assembly seats in Telangana will pit the governing Bharat Rashtra Samithi against the BJP and the Congress.
Congress is ready to take on the BJP in the 90-seat Chhattisgarh assembly, and both parties will try to gain support in the 40-seat Assembly of Mizoram, which continues to be presided over by the Mizo National Front.
Poll Body Chief: “These 5 States Will See 1/6th Of All Voters In India…”
From October 17 through November 30, voters may update their registration information, according to Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar. He continued, “There will be 1.77 lakh polling locations in 5 States, and 1.01 lakh of those will have webcasting capability.”
The head of the election commission on the question of Jammu & Kashmir elections
According to Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar, the Election Commission will decide regarding the J&K elections at the appropriate time, considering the local election schedule and security conditions.
Integrated surveillance of election expenditures
Incorporated election expenditure tracking is a new initiative by the Indian Election Commission (EC). Information requests from political parties must now be made by October 31. The EC will also have information about the political party’s spending. According to India’s Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar, we spent six months preparing so everyone could use the facility.