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Kerala Elections 2016 Dates & Schedules


Kerala Assembly Elections 2016 Dates



Poll EventDates ( All 140 ACs)
1Issue of Notification 22.04.2016 (FRI)
2Last date for making Nominations29.04.2016 (FRI)
3Scrutiny of Nominations30.04.2016 (SAT)
4Last date for withdrawal of candidature02.05.2016 (MON)
5Date of Poll16.05.2016 (MON)
6Counting of Votes19.05.2016 (THU)
7Date before which election process shall be completed21.05.2016 (SAT)
 All 140 ACs will go to poll on a single day


Some important Points by Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi

Around 17 crore voters will cast their vote in assembly elections in these five states
Photographs of all candidates will be present on the EVMs to eliminate confusion for voters
A symbol for NOTA to be used in AssemblyElections, in place of the word
Polling stations increased: 25,000 in Assam, 21,498 in Kerala, 65,616 in Tamil Nadu, 77,247 in West Bengal & 913 in Puducherry
More than 18,000 VVPATs in 64 assembly constituencies will be used in the upcoming state polls
75,000-80,000 paramilitary troops for AssemblyPolls in five states



Last Updated on : March 5, 2016



 

     


     

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