New Delhi: By-elections to seven meeting constituencies in six states shall be held on 3 November. The counting of votes and the outcomes shall be declared on 6 November, the Election Fee of India (ECI) stated on Monday,
Bypolls shall be held in two constituencies of Bihar, and one every in Maharashtra, Haryana, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha.
In Bihar, bypoll will happen in Mokama and Gopalganj. In Maharashtra, by-election shall be held happen in Andheri East, whereas in Haryana it would for Adampur seat.
In Telangana bypoll shall be held for Munugode seat. Voting shall be held for Gola Gokrannath and Dhamnagar (SC) in Odisha.
In response to the ECI schedule, 14 October is the final date to submit nominations. Candidates can withdraw their nomination on or earlier than 17 October. The by-elections need to be accomplished earlier than 7 November.
In Bihar, the bypoll was necessitated in Bihar’s Mokama after the seat fell vacant put up disqualification of Anant Kumar Singh of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), the-then MLA from Mokama, in July after his conviction in a case.
By-election in Bihar’s Gopalganj will happen after BJP’s Subhash Singh, who held the Gopalganj seat, handed away in August.
Maharashtra’s Andheri East, Uttar Pradesh’s Gola Gokrannath and Odisha’s Dhamnagar constituencies too fell vacant following the demise of their respective legislators.
In Haryana, resignation by Kuldeep Bishnoi, and by Okay Rajagopal Reddy in Telangana, led to the seats on the Adampur and Munugode segments vacant respectively.
With inputs from businesses