Vellore Lok Sabha election to be held on August 5
- The results would be announced on august 9.
- The last date of filling nomination in july 18.
- The poll that was to be held on April 18 was rescinded following seizure of cash from a DMK functionary.
CHENNAI: Election to Vellore Lok Sabha constituency, which was cancelled after seizure of money from the premises of a DMK functionary, would be hung on August 5, the Election Commission of India (ECI) reported on Thursday. The outcomes would be reported on August 9.
An announcement from the ECI said race newspaper warning would be issued on July 11. The last date for documenting papers is July 18. Assignments will be investigated on July 19, and the last date for pulling back the candidature is July 22.
Model code of conduct has come into force with immediate effect. All administration vehicles given to chose agents would be pulled back promptly, Vellore authority A Shanmuga Sundaram said. Nodal Officers would be delegated in the blink of an eye, he included.
The decision to the body electorate was initially planned for April 18 along that in different voting demographics in Tamil Nadu. Be that as it may, the decision was revoked in the wake of seizure of unaccounted cash from the premises of a DMK functionary who was near gathering competitor Kathir Anand.
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