EC changes Rajasthan polling date to November 25 from November 23 | India News

NEW DELHI: The Election Commission on Wednesday shifted the polling date in Rajasthan by two days to November 25 to avoid a clash with the large-scale weddings and social gatherings planned across the state on November 23.
The poll body said it had received representations from various political parties and social organisations for a change in the date of poll “considering the large scale wedding/social engagement on that the day which may cause inconvenience to large number of people, various logistic issues and may lead to reduce voters’ participation during poll”.The issue was raised in various media platforms as well, as per an EC statement.

“The commission, having considered these factors and representations, has decided to change the date of poll from 23rd November 2023(Thursday) to 25th November 2023,” informed the poll panel.

Assembly elections in Mizoram, Chhattisgarh, MP, Rajasthan and Telangana: Watch the complete schedule

EC had announced the poll schedule for five states on October 9. While polling for Chhattisgarh shall be held in two phases on November 7 and 17, Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Telangana will have a single-day poll on November 7, November 17, November 25 and November 30 respectively.
Counting for all five states will be held on December 3 and the poll process completed by December 5.
As per the revised schedule for Rajasthan, all timelines except the polling date shall remain unchanged. The poll notification will be issued on October 30. The last day for filing of nominations is November 6. Scrutiny of nominations will be done on November 7 and candidatures may be withdrawn by November 9.

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