Assam Assembly polls: CM Sarbananda Sonowal files nomination from Majuli
Sonowal wrote in his time line "With the blessings of the people, we are moving forward towards victory...
MAJULI- Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Tuesday filed his nomination from Majuli Assembly constituency for the second time, ahead of the Assembly polls.
Sonowal wrote in his time line “With the blessings of the people, we are moving forward towards victory…
In the past, the love of the people of Majuli made me blessed. This unlimited love-blessings and unconditional support has inspired me to continue working towards a better and prosperous Majuli.
Today amidst the unprecedented enthusiasm of everyone, I have submitted my nomination form for the 2021 election at the office of the Commissioner of Majuli”.
In Assam, elections shall be held in three phases. The first phase of notification is March 2 and 47 seats in 12 districts will go to the polls. The last date of nomination March 9 and the date of poll is March 27.
In the second phase, 39 constituencies in 13 districts will go to the polls on April 1. A total of 41 constituencies in 12 districts will go to the polls on April 6.
The term of the 14th Legislative Assembly of Assam is up to May 31, 2021. The Assembly elections for 126 seats will be held in three phases starting from March 27.
In 2016 Assembly polls were held in two phases. A total of 2,32,44,454 electors will elect the candidates in Assam for the 15th Legislative Assembly of Assam.
Of the 126 seats, the number of reserved seats for SCs is eight and for STs, it is 16. The number of polling booths in Assam has been increased from 24,890 to 33,530, an increase of 35.71 per cent.