Assembly Election 2021 LIVE updates: The BJP mentioned Shah will handle conferences in at Margarita and Nazira in Assam after which go to Kharagpur in West Bengal within the night
Assembly Election 2021 Latest updates: The BJP has mentioned that Union Home Minister Amit Shah will handle two public conferences at Margarita and Nazira in Assam on Sunday. He will then depart for Bengal the place he’ll maintain a highway present in Kharagpur within the night.
Altogether 267 contestants are within the fray for the primary section of polling for 47 seats of the Assam Assembly, whereas 408 others filed nominations for 39 constituencies of the second section, the CEO workplace mentioned on Saturday.
Joint Chief Electoral Officer Rahul Das mentioned out of 295 nominations within the first section, 10 had been rejected and 18 candidates withdrew their papers.
The outstanding candidates who will contest within the first section from the BJP are Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal(Majuli), Speaker Hitendra Nath Goswami (Jorhat), ministers Ranjit Dutta (Behali), Naba Kumar Doley (Jonai) and Sanjoy Kishan (Tinsukia).
NDA alliance companion AGP ministers Atul Bora (Bokakhat) and Keshab Mahanta (Kaliabor) can even attempt their political luck in the course of the first section of polling on 27 March.
Assam Pradesh Congress Committee president Ripun Bora (Gohpur), Congress Legislature Party chief Debabrata Saikia (Nazira), AICC secretary Bhupen Borah (Bihpuria) and former ministers Bharat Narah (Naoboicha), Pranatee Phukan (Naharkatiya) and Rakibul Hussain (Samaguri) are contesting within the first section.
The destiny of Assam Jatiya Parishad (AJP) president Lurinjyoti Gogoi from Duliajan and Naharkatiya seats, and jailed anti-CAA activist and Raijor Dal chief Akhil Gogoi from Sivasagar will likely be determined within the first section.
Meanwhile, a complete of 408 candidates filed nominations for the 2nd section of Assembly elections in the course of the stipulated time-frame until Friday, Das mentioned in an official launch.
From the ruling BJP, ministers Parimal Suklabaidya (Dholai), Bhabesh Kalita (Rangia), Pijush Hazarika (Jagiroad) and Deputy Speaker Aminul Haque Laskar (Sonai) have filed their papers for the second section.
Other outstanding BJP candidates are Diganta Kalita (Kamalpur), Rama Kanta Dewri (Morigaon), Jitu Goswami (Barhampur), Mihir Kanti Shome (Udharbond), Gautam Roy (Katigora), Nandita Garlosa (Haflong) and Jayanta Malla Baruah (Nalbari), the assertion mentioned.
AGP’s Aziz Ahmed Khan (Karimganj South) additionally filed papers, whereas the Congress’ Kamalakhya Dey Purkayastha (Karimganj North), Ajit Singh (Udharbond), Sum Ronghang (Diphu), Kishor Kumar Bhattacharyya (Kamalpur) additionally submitted their nominations.
Zakir Hussain Laskar (Hailakandi) and Suzam Uddin Laskar (Katlicherra) from AIUDF, Rihon Daimari (Udalguri) and Durga Das Boro (Kalaigaon) from BPF, and Munin Mahanta (Morigaon) from CPI have additionally utilized to contest within the second section.
Former deputy speaker Dilip Kumar Paul, who resigned from the BJP after he was denied a ticket, is contesting as an Independent from Silchar.
The final date of nomination for 39 constituencies of the second section was Friday, scrutiny is on 15 March and withdrawal is 17 March. Polling for this section will likely be held on 1 April.
Elections to the 126-member Assam Assembly will likely be held in three phases with 40 seats within the third section going to polls on 6 April.
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