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Goa Assembly Election 2017

Single Phase (40 Constituencies)
Date of notification:11 January 2017
Last Date of Nominations18 January 2017
Scrutiny of nominations19 January 2017
Withdrawal of candidature:21 January 2017
Polling Date4 February 2017
Counting of Vote11 March 2017
Date of Completion 15 March 2017




Last Updated on April 17, 2017 .





 

     


     

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