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Rajya Sabha Elections To Be Held on June-19

Rajya Sabha Elections

Rajya Sabha elections for 18 seats due since long time due to outbreak of corona pandemic will be finally held in this month. Voting will be held on June 19 for 18 seats in the Rajya Sabha of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya and Rajasthan. Giving this information, the Election Commission said that the votes will be counted at 5 pm on the same day and the results will be declared.

It was avoided due to the Corona epidemic. Let us tell you that the tenure of the last elected representatives of all these seats has been completed. Due to the Corona crisis, the Election Commission issued an order on April 3 and postponed elections for all these seats till further orders.

After the nomination process for 18 seats of Rajya Sabha, voting was still pending. These include four seats in Andhra Pradesh, two in Jharkhand, three in Madhya Pradesh, one in Manipur, three in Rajasthan, four in Gujarat and one in Meghalaya.

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