Gujarat Vidhansabha Election November 2020 Date
Gandhinagar: The by-election program for eight seats of Gujarat Assembly has been announced. According to the schedule announced by the Central Election Commission, polling will be held in Gujarat on November 3 and the results will be declared on November 10. In Gujarat, Gadha, Kaprada, Limbdi, Abadsa, Dang, Morbi, Dhari and Karjan will be polled for eight seats. 
Polling will be held on November 3. Kareena resigned. Due to which these seats are currently vacant. Abdasa - Pradhyuman Jadeja, Dang - Mangal Gavit, Kaprada - Jitu Chaudhary, Karjan - Akshay Patel, Gadda - Pravin Maru, Dhari - J.V. Kakadia, Limbdi - Soma Patel, Morbi - A by-election is to be held on the seat vacated by the resignation of Brijesh Merja. BJP welcomes state presidential election. BJP workers are ready for elections. - Besides, Brijesh Merja said that BJP will win the Morbi seat. - Pradyuman Singh said that BJP will win with a huge majority and Pradyuman Singh Jadeja claimed that my ticket has been decided. Before the by-elections in Gujarat The same Congress has come into action mode. Gujarat Congress in-charge Rajiv Satav will hold a meeting with the state president and Leader of Opposition regarding the 8 vacant seats in the state in the next two days. Apart from this, Rajiv in-charge will also hold a meeting with the observers of 8 seats.

After the meeting of the Election Commission held in Delhi, the date of by-elections was announced today in 11 states including Bihar-Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh. The Election Commission said on Tuesday that voting for 56 assembly seats in various states would be held on November 3. In Bihar, voting for Valmiki Nagar Lok Sabha seat will be held on November 7. The count will take place on November 10. The commission has decided that by-elections will not be held in 7 seats of Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Stay tuned for every update and information related to the by-election.

Kamal Nath said that the people will give a stern answer to those who toppled an elected government. The people of the state will give a stern answer to those who overthrew an elected government by killing democracy. Kamal Nath tweeted about this in Hindi, ‘Congress flag will definitely fly on these seats and we will defeat BJP on these seats. This by-election will be a strong response to those who insult the mandate, constitutional values ​​and democracy.

These constituencies are Rangpara, Sibsagar in Assam, Kuttanad and Chavra in Kerala, Tiruvotyamur in Tamil Nadu, Gudiyattam (SC) and Falakat (SC). According to the Election Commission, inputs have been received from these states which may face difficulty in holding elections. The Chief Secretary / Chief Electoral Officer of Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal sent inputs to the Election Commission. The decision on when to hold elections on these seats will be taken later.

Elections will be held on these eight seats of Gujarat. 
Speaking of Gujarat, by-elections have been announced today in Kaprada, Dang, Limbdi, Gadda, Dhari, Morbi, Karjan, Abadsa. Jitu Chaudhary from Kaprada, Mangal Gavit from Dang, Soma Patel from Limbdi, Pravin Maru from Gadda, JV Kakadia from Dhari, Brijesh Merja from Morbi, Akshay Patel from Kaprada and Pradyumansinh Jadeja from Abadsa resigned. As a result, these seats have become vacant. It is to be mentioned that there are a total of 18.71 lakh voters and 2494 polling stations in these 8 assembly constituencies of Gujarat. The system will be tested to see if social distance between them is observed.
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The Election Commission has announced by-elections for 56 Assembly seats and one Lok Sabha seat in several states, including Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Odisha, Nagaland and Manipur. Voting for these seats will take place on November 3 and counting will take place on November 10. However, the Election Commission has decided that by-elections will not be held for 7 seats in Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal.