Lok Sabha elections: 60 candidates rejected nomination papers, three fielded by themselves
After completing the nomination papers for 10 Lok Sabha seats in Haryana, they were examined on Wednesday. The election dream of 63 candidates was broken. On Wednesday, the Election Commission rejected his nomination due to lack of documents during the withdrawal of nomination papers. On the other hand, three candidates withdrew nomination. Now there are 240 candidates in the election season.
Joint Chief Electoral Officer Dr Inderjit said that a total of 303 candidates had filed nominations. Nomination of 63 candidates was canceled after found out the drawbacks during the scrutiny of nomination papers on Wednesday. Nominations of seven to seven candidates from Ambala and Kurukshetra have been canceled for five-five and Sonepat, Bhiwani-Mahendergarh and Gururgram Lok Sabha constituencies. One in Sirsa, 18 in Hisar, 10 in Karnal and 3 nominations for Faridabad has been canceled.
Apart from this, two candidates have withdrawn their enrollment in another Gurugram in Rohtak. Now there are 18 candidates in Ambala, 25 in Kurukshetra, 21 in Sirsa, 28 in Hisar, 21 in Karnal, 29 in Sonepat, 22-22 in Rohtak and Bhiwani-Mahendergarh, 27-27 candidates in Gururgram and Faridabad.
26646 policemen, 14025 homeguards and 65 companies, under the supervision of Election
Polling for Lok Sabha elections in Haryana will be held on May 12 in the sixth phase. In this, one crore 79 lakh 49 thousand 639 voters will be able to use their franchise. For polling, 19 thousand 425 polling stations have been set up on 10 thousand 288 polling locations across the state. There will be 90 liter polling booths and the same ideal polling station. Haryana Police will have 26 thousand 646 employees, 14 thousand 25 home guards and 65 armed forces personnel of the Central Armed Police force.
This information was given in the meeting of the officers who were taken in Chandigarh by the Central Election Observer Raghav Chandra, appointed for Haryana and Punjab. The preparations for the Lok Sabha elections were reviewed in the presence of Chief Electoral Officer Rajiv Ranjan and various officials. So far 99 thousand 123 licensed arms have been deposited in the state police stations. People are against this arrangement and consider their right to be cruelty.
It was told in the meeting that so far 2915 complaints have been received on National Grievances Redressal System related to violation of Model Code of Conduct in Haryana. Of these, 77 complaints are pending. 2013 complaints have been received on C-Vizel App, out of which only one is being claimed pending. The liquor and cash amount of 13 crores 62 lakh 43 thousand 987 has been forfeited by the Haryana Police, Excise Department and Income Tax Department, which means that the use of liquor and money is going to be open in this election.
A total of 2 lakh 81 thousand 532 liters of liquor has been seized by the Excise Department and Haryana Police, which is worth 4 crore 72 lakhs 19 thousand 583 rupees. Police has seized drugs worth Rs. 5 crore 4 lakh 70 thousand 489 rupees. Gold ornaments and other valuables worth Rs.1.12 million 93 thousand 40 rupees have been seized. According to Rajiv Ranjan, 23 thousand 80 control units, 44 thousand 475 ballot units and 24 thousand 682 VVPat machines will be used in the state