Press Reporter News Service
Mohali, July 26
Because the elections to the native our bodies are to be held in October, the Native Our bodies Division has requested the Municipal Company (MC) to submit particulars of all 50 wards with their inhabitants by July 30.
Even because the date for the elections to the Municipal Company and municipal committees is but to be determined, the notification says that elections will likely be held in all 50 wards of the MC.
It has been determined that elections will likely be held for all 50 wards of the MC. Seats have been reserved for candidates. — Kamal Kumar, Municipal Commissioner, Mohali
As many as 2.36 lakh voters will train their proper to franchise, the notification provides. It additional states that as many as 25,000 voters are Scheduled Caste and 5 seats have been reserved for a candidate from their neighborhood, two for girls (SC), three for Backward Courses and two for girls (BC). As many as 43 seats are for the overall class, together with 23 for girls and 20 for males.
Kamal Kumar, Municipal Commissioner, Mohali, stated the Native Our bodies Division had sought particulars concerning the wards and inhabitants by July 30. Dates for elections have been but to be determined, he added. “It has been determined that the elections will likely be held for all 50 wards. Seats have been reserved for candidates,” he stated.
Balbir Singh Sidhu, Cupboard Minister and native MLA, stated, “We’re prepared for the elections. Folks of town have seen growth prior to now few years.”
Within the final time period of the Municipal Company, which ended on April 26 this 12 months, the Congress had 14 councillors, SAD-BJP and Azad group 33 councillors whereas there have been two unbiased councillors within the Home. Realtor and former Mayor Kulwant Singh was re-elected to the submit for 5 years.
Earlier, the elections to the civic physique have been held in February 2015 when SAS Nagar recorded a mere 60.5 per cent voting, which was decrease than the Lok Sabha elections of 2014 when town had reported 70 per cent polling.