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Telangana MLC (Teachers Vidhan Parishad) Election Counting Result

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Telangana MLC (Teachers/Graduates) Election Counting  LAC (Legislative Council for Teachers/Graduates Constituencies)  Election Live Counting  Result 2017 Booth, Party, Winner Candidate Wise on 20th March 2017 The states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh had MLC polls. The Election Commission of India (ECI) announced that the polls will be conducted and released a complete schedule of poll for both the states. The list of voters and polling booths was soon released. The ECI notified the State Election Commissions (SECs) to make every essential arrangement. The parties were instructed to follow the code of election.

The voters were also told about various processes of voting. The voters were approved consent to utilize their casual leave too on the voting day. The examinations were deferred by particular boards and universities which were planned on the polling date. The voters were instructed not to possess their mobile phones in the polling stations. Voters are required to give the obligatory documents. These papers are the evidence of identity that will allow the voters eligible to vote. These credentials include passport, EPIC, voter card, PAN card Aadhar card etc.

In the state of Andhra Pradesh there are two teachers’ constituencies and three graduates’ constituencies that were included for a voting session on 17th of March 2017 (Wednesday). The voting initiated from morning 8 o’ clock and ended in the evening 6 pm. Voters were educated to take part in election within the given timing. Any person who came later than these hours was not permitted to cast vote.

In the state of Telangana there are two teachers’ constituencies and three graduates’ constituencies that were included for a voting session on 9th of March 2017 (i.e. Thursday). The voting initiated from morning 8 o’ clock and ended in the evening 6 pm on the day. Voters were educated to take part in election within the given timing. Any person who came later than these hours was not permitted to cast vote. The graduates’ constituencies that will have poll in Telangana are Warangal, Ranga Reddy, Mahabubnagar, Khammam, Hyderabad, and Nalgonda. The teachers’ constituencies were Ranga Reddy and Mahbubnagar.

Live Update – Telangana MLC (Teachers/Graduates) Election Counting Results 2017

The Central and State government staff members in both the states have been granted an official holiday for the purpose of election session. The private organizations have been instructed to give a casual leave or make other preparations for the same purpose. The ECI aims to get highest number of voters to take part in election, as it is a mark of strong democracy.

The Election Commission of India (ECI) decided to postpone the Telangana MLC (Teachers/Graduates) Election Counting from 15th of March to 20th March 2017. The delay in the declaration of Telangana MLC (Teachers/Graduates) Election Counting Result was announced after analyzing that the Telangana MLC (Teachers/Graduates) Election Result of one of the constituency can manipulate the voters and their decision to vote in other constituencies.

 The Telangana MLC (Teachers/Graduates) Election Counting Result of both these states are much awaited to fill the vacant seats.

Updated: March 20, 2017 — 2:10 am
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