Puducherry West Bengal Tamil Nadu Kerala Assam Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Election 2016 Brief Report of Vidhan Sabha Poll Schedule, Date, Voter list, Counting Result 2016
The date for conducting Vidhan Sabha elections in the five states has been finally declared by the Election Commission of India (ECI). The states in which the polling session is required are West Bengal, Puducherry, Assam, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. This Assembly election is going to be the biggest one in the year 2016. It is going to be the “Election of the Year” because the election session in the 184 constituencies of the five states will be covering more than 16.98 crores of the registered voters.
The Election Commissioner of India, Nasim Zaidi declared that as 184 assembly constituencies of five states will be covered thus the polling will be conducted in phases. The vidhan sabha election session in the five states will be held from the month of April to the month of May. The date from which the polls will begin from is April 4th 2016. The polls will end on the 16th of May 2016 in all the states. The announcement led to the implementation of the model code of conducts in all the constituencies of the states.
West Bengal Tamil Nadu Kerala Assembly Election 2016 Brief Report
The state of Assam will be having polls in two phases. The first phase Assam Vidhan Sabha (Assembly) Election will be conducted on the 4th of April and 11th of April 2016 respectively. The state of Assam is preparing itself for the election sessions. The Election Commission of the state of Assam has declared and publicized all the necessary details and information regarding the polls. The people in the state have been asked to keep themselves updated and be active participant as the eligible voters. The SEC has instructed the political parties in the state to to strictly adhere themselves to the model code of the elections which has already been imposed. The parties have begun their campaigning and the hunt for the most promising candidates has begun.
The first phase in the state of Assam will be covering 65 constituencies while the second phase will envelop a total of 61 constituencies. Assam has a total of 1,98,66,496 eligible voters.
On the other hand the state of West Bengal Vidhan Sabha/ Assembly Election will have in six phases. The polling in West Bengal will be a crucial one for the State Election Commission. This is because the newly included voter who have become Indian citizens after the exchange of enclaves between India and Bangladesh. The state of Bengal will have its 6 sessions on 4th, 11th, 17th 21st, 25th and 30th of April and last phase on 5th of May 2016. The state of West Bengal has 6,55,46,101 registered voters. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th phase of West Bengal Vidhan Sabha will cover 18, 56, 62, 49 and 53 constituencies. The sixth one will cover a total of 25 constituencies. The West Bengal has also geared up for its six session of polling. The State Election Commission of West Bengal has informed the assembly constituencies to prepare for the polls. The political parties have started to look for their promising candidates.