Assembly Polls 2022: The Central Election Commission has written a letter to the Chief Electoral Officer and Chief Secretary of the five states where assembly elections are to be held early next year, directing them to ensure that any officer associated with the election process is posted in their home district. Don’t stay In this order, the Central Election Commission has also given information about the term of the Legislative Assemblies of the five states.
For example, the term of Uttar Pradesh assembly is till 14 May 2022 and the term of Uttarakhand assembly is till 23 March 2022. The term of Punjab Legislative Assembly is till March 27, 2022, the term of Manipur Legislative Assembly is till March 19, 2022 and the term of Goa Legislative Assembly is till March 15, 2022. The important thing is that if the Central Election Commission conducts the elections of all the states together, then it is also becoming clear that the upcoming assembly elections will be completed before March 15. Because the term of the Goa Legislative Assembly is only till March 15.
It is worth noting that the assembly elections are to be held in these five states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Manipur and Goa next year. The Election Commission has already become active regarding this.
Instructions are usually issued by the Election Commission before the Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha elections so that the officials do not interfere in the election process in any way and the democratic process remains fair and free.
“The commission expects that no such officer shall continue to be attached or posted on election duty against whom any criminal case is pending in the court,” the commission said in the letter.