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The Election Commission of India has announced the schedule for the assembly election in Goa, Punjab, Manipur, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.

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Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra said for the 690 Legislative Assembly seats of the five states all elections will be completed in seven phases.

  • For 403 seats of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly whose term is ending in May, election will be completed in seven phases i.e. first phase on February 10th, second phase on February 14th, third phase on February 20th, forth phase on February 23rd, fifth phase on February 27th, sixth phase on March 3rd and seventh phase on March 7th respectively.
  • For 117 seats of the Punjab Legislative Assembly whose term is ending in March, election will be completed in single phase on February 14.
  • For 70 seats of the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly whose term is ending in March, election will be completed in single phase on February 14.
  • For 60 seats of the Manipur Legislative Assembly whose term is ending in March, election will be completed in two phases on February 27 and March 3 respectively.
  • For 40 seats of the Goa Legislative Assembly whose term is ending in March, election will be completed in single phase on February 14.
  • The results of all five states will be announced on March 10.
  • Basic preparations will be taken to ensure Covid-19 safe election, hassle-free voter experience and maximum voters participation
  • A total of 18.34 crore electors including service voters will take part in this election. Out of this, 8.55 crore are women electors.
  • EVMs and VVPATs will be utilized in all the polling stations. Election Commission has already made arrangements to ensure an adequate number of EVMs and VVPATs for the smooth conduct of elections. In case of Senior citizens above 80 years of age, persons with disabilities and Covid-19 patients vote by postal ballot can be cast.
  •  No yatra, procession, road show, cycle bike, padyatras or vehicle rally or physical rally by political parties will be allowed up to 15 January. The situation will be reviewed and fresh instructions to be issued later.

            No victory processions will be allowed after declaration of the results.

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