Assembly Election: The Election Commission has changed the date of counting of votes for Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim assembly elections.

Assembly Election: The Election Commission has changed the date of counting of votes for Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim assembly elections. The Election Commission has changed the date of counting of votes from June 4 to June 2. Let us tell you, the Commission had earlier announced that the counting of votes for both the assembly elections will be done along with the counting of Lok Sabha elections on June 4. The Commission said that since the tenure of both the Assemblies is ending on June 2, the date has been changed. The Commission said that there will be no change in respect of the schedule for the parliamentary constituencies of Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim. Assembly elections are also to be held in Andhra Pradesh and Odisha along with parliamentary elections.

Election Commission had announced elections on Saturday

It is noteworthy that the Election Commission had announced the dates for Arunachal Pradesh Assembly elections yesterday i.e. on Saturday. Elections are being held for all 60 seats of the state in a single phase. Voting for the state will be held on April 19. The date for counting of votes was earlier fixed for June 4, which has been changed to June 2 today. At the same time, in Sikkim also general elections and assembly elections are being held simultaneously. Voting will be held here in a single phase on April 19. Counting of votes will take place on June 2. There are 32 assembly seats in Sikkim.

Sitaram Yechury said this

On the schedule for Lok Sabha elections announced by the ECI, CPI-M general secretary Sitaram Yechury said that the ECI must have its own reasons for announcing a long schedule, they have constitutional rights as well as responsibilities. He said that our only request to the Election Commission is to keep the code of conduct in mind during this long period, because there will be voting at some places and rallies will also be held, this will have an impact. We want the Election Commission to make a code of conduct, which is valid for all political parties.

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