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India State Assembly Elections 2008

Five of the Indian states - Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram - will go for Assembly elections in the month of November and December this year.
The elections will judge the mood of the voters for the India General Elections, scheduled for early next year. The states of Delhi and Mizoram will face the ballot on November 29 whereas for BJP ruled Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, the dates of Assembly polls have been fixed to be December 4 and November 25 respectively. The people of Chhattisgarh, one of the Naxalite affected states, will choose their representatives in two phases on November 14 & 20.

Chhattisgarh - The state, led by BJP government, has been facing the heat of Naxalites for quite some time and it will be a major poll issue in the state. The assembly elections here are scheduled for November 14 and 20.

Delhi - The term of the legislative assembly of NCT of Delhi is schedule to expire on 17th December 2008. The state has been ruled by the Congress for the last one decade and Delhi Assembly elections will be test of its popularity.

Madhya Pradesh - The term of the state assembly, with the largest number of seats among the five states, is expiring on December 14, 2008. People of Madhya Pradesh will cast their vote on November 25.

Mizoram - The term of Mizoram legislative assembly is also ending on December 14 and the people here will use their Adult Franchise on November 29, along with Delhizens.

Rajasthan - The second largest state in terms of number of assembly constituencies, among the five states appearing for polls, Rajasthan has BJP government in power. January 14, 2009 is the day when the term of the legislative assembly of the state will expire and elections here are scheduled for December 4, 2008.

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India State Assembly Elections 2008

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