MP Panchayat Election: The election schedule for the elections in Madhya Pradesh has been announced by the State Election Commission. Voting for this is to be held on 5 January 2023. With the announcement of the election schedule by the State Election Commission on Friday, the Model Code of Conduct has also come into force in the concerned areas.
Voting from EVM for district member
In fact, on January 5, voting is to be held on 63300 vacant seats in Madhya Pradesh. Along with this, voting will also be held for 200 posts of sarpanch and 9 posts of district member. According to the electoral rules, the election of the post will be done by ballot while for the sarpanch and district member, voting will be done by EVM machine.
election schedule announced
Along with the announcement of the election schedule by the State Election Commission, it has been said that the work of publication of election information and receipt of nomination papers will start from December 15, 2022. Apart from this, the last date for filing nomination papers has been kept on December 22. Is. The scrutiny of the direction letter will be held on December 23. The last date for the withdrawal of the names of the candidates has been kept on 26 December. Allotment of symbols to the candidates will also be done on December 26.
Voting on 5 January, result on 9 January
Polling in the constituencies will be held on January 5, 2023. Counting for the post of Panch will be done at the polling stations immediately after the polling is over. While the counting for Sarpanch Janpad Panchayat member and District Panchayat member will be done from EVM on January 9, 2023 from 8:00 am at the development block headquarters. According to the State Election Officer, the results of Janpad Panchayat member will be declared on January 9, while the result of District Panchayat member will be declared on January 10, 2023.
By-election for 61936 panch, 122 sarpanch to 9 district panchayat member
In the matter, Commission Secretary Rakesh Singh says that by-elections are being conducted for 61936 panchs, 122 sarpanch to 9 district panchayat members. Out of these, the tenure of 1364 panch and 78 sarpanch has ended. For whom elections are also to be held.