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By-polls to fill Panchayat seats in Haryana to be held on July 9

On July 9, Haryana’s gram panchayats, panchayat samitis, and zila parishads will hold by-elections to fill vacancies in a variety of positions.

The election schedule was made public on Thursday by Dhanpat Singh, the state election commissioner for Haryana.

A total of 1,983 seats, including 1,958 panches, 18 sarpanches, five members of panchayat samitis, and two members of zila parishads, will be up for grabs between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.

According to Singh, the deputy commissioner-cum-district election officer (panchayat) will shortly publish the election notice, after which nomination papers can be filed between June 21 and June 26 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

He stated that the nomination forms would be examined beginning at 10 a.m. on June 27. The deadline to withdraw your candidacy is June 28 at 3 p.m.

He added that the poll panel may alter the date and time of the count in the event of a recount. The counting of votes will take place immediately following the conclusion of the poll.

The election commissioner stated that the panchayati raj institutions will be subject to the model code of conduct beginning on Thursday.

He stated, “Until the completion of the election process, no officer or official connected with the election work in these institutions would be transferred from his or her place of posting.”

Additionally, Singh stated that voters will have access to the NOTA (none of the aforementioned) option.

Faridabad and Hisar districts will host the elections for zila parishad members. In the districts of Charkhi Dadri, Hisar, Kaithal, Rewari, and Yamunanagar, there will be elections for panchayat samitis.

All districts, with the exception of Ambala, Dadri, Faridabad, Gurugram, Jhajjar, Kaithal, Nuh, Panipat, Rohtak, and Sirsa, will hold elections for sarpanches.

The officer went on to say that panch elections will be held in every district of the state.

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