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- Last Updated: Friday, 16 December 2016 15:49
BSP Candidate List Chandigarh Municipal Corporation Elections 2016
Municipal elections are supposed to be held in Chandigarh on 18th December and the counting of votes would be done on 20th December. The Election Commissioner of Chandigarh Shri Rakesh Mehta announed the elections date.
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BSP Candidates List Ward Wise for Chandigarh Municipal Corporation Elections 2016
|Ward No.||Candidates Name|
|Ward No.1||Shiteejit Sharma|
|Ward No.5||Parvesh Devi|
|Ward No.7||Jagir Singh|
|(BSP Chandigarh unit president)|
|Ward No.14||Naresh Chalia|
|Ward No.15||Shiksha Kumari|
|Ward No.18||Kapil Bhardwaj|
|Ward No.19||Jahid Sikandar|
|Ward No.21||Surjit Singh|
|Ward No.26||Net Ram|
Chandigarh Municipal Corporation Elections Schedule 2017 Announced:
|Chandigarh Local Body Election Dates 2017|
|Filling of Nomination||22 Nov to 29 Nov|
|Scrutiny of Nomination||30 Nov|
|Last Day of candidates Withdrawl||3rd Dec|
About Chandigarh Municipal Corporation Elections 2016
- Campaigning would be allowed till 5 PM on December 17.
- There are 26 wards in Chandigarh in which the elections will be held. There are 5,07,190 voters in the city, out of whom 2,70,358 are male and 2,36,819 are female and 13 of them are third gender. There are about 460 polling booths.
All the 26 wards have been divided between seven returning officers before whom nominations will be submitted. The nominations will be filed between 11 am and 3 pm on all the working days.
A security of Rs 6,000 for each candidate will be deposited in cash with the returning officer at the time of filing nomination papers and Rs 3,000 in case of a Scheduled Caste candidate.
There will be three election observers and three election expenditure observers.
If a contesting candidate has to hold meetings, the party or the candidate will have to inform the local police authorities about the venue and time for any proposed meeting well in time. No mikes or speakers will be allowed after 10 pm. If a procession has to be taken out, the party or candidate will have to inform the police about it.