Assembly Elections 2023 in five states to be held next month

We are here to talk about the election, which is the most controversial topic for those people, who keep an interest in politics. Elections in five states are to be held next month. People are curiously waiting for this voting let us tell you that the data says over 161 million people will vote in assembly elections next month across India. This information is announced on the day of Monday, pressing the trigger on the home stretch of the 2023 poll season leading up to the general elections next summer. We will try to cover all the details about the news. Let’s continue the article.

Assembly Elections

According to the report, One by one we will take a look at the state’s seats and votes. First, we will discuss Mizoram, which is the smallest poll-bound state with 40 seats, and voting will happen on 7 November. Elections in Chhattisgarh will take place on 7 and 17 November and Chhattisgarh has a 90-member assembly, that will be held in two phases on the mentioned dates. Let’s talk about Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Telangana, where voting will happen on 17, 23 and 30 November, respectively. Several things remain to tell you about the news, which you will find in the next section of the article.

On the basis of the report, we want to clear that these votes will be counted on 3 December. Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar mentioned the polls in these states’ different importance because they will act as the final assembly elections before the general elections in the year 2024. The five-state elections are widely seen as a virtual semi-final for the Lok Sabha polls because of May next year and a sandbox for shaping electoral narratives coalition arrangements and leadership decisions. Scroll down the page to learn more information about the news.

Furthermore, Three of the five states-Rajasthan, Chattisgarh, and Madhya Pradesh will also feature near-bipolar contests between the Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress, giving an opportunity to test the power of the two national parties that will go head to head in nearly a third of all Lok Sabha seats. These are also the first elections since the G20 Summit and will show to what extent the government’s efforts to blunt anger about the boom have worked on the ground. We have shared all the details about the news, which we have fetched from other sources to make this article for the readers. If we get any further details we will tell you first at the same site. Stay tuend for more updates.

Rashmi Mathur

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