Chhattisgarh Election 2018 – Dates, Polling Schedule, Updates, Parties & More: India, known for its democracy, here the elections are held every 5 years where people are given chance again to choose their Chief minister or the prime minister indirectly by voting directly to their MLA’s or MP’s, in the same case the CG state elections are due to be held in 2018 as the tenure of 5 years about to expire in 2018, the Chhattisgarh State Elections Date 2018 will be announced by EC soon, so right now there is no information regarding the exact dates or notifications but once the EC declares the same, we may update it here for you.
Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2018 – Dates, Polling Schedule
- Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2018 Notification (Issue of Public Notice by EC): Not Available
- Last date for filing Nomination forms: Not Available
- Scrutiny of Nominations: Not Available
- Last Date of Withdrawal of Nominations: Not yet Announced
- Chhattisgarh Assembly Polls Date: Announced: Not Available
- Hours of Poll: Same Expected as Last time
- Chhattisgarh Assembly Re-Polling (if required): Not Available
- Chhattisgarh Assembly Election Results/Counting of Votes: Not Available
The tenure of the current assembly ends on 5 January 2019 as per Wiki, but in very cases the EC conducts the polls throughout the state either in single phase or multiple phases which is dependent on many factors and once the elections are held the counting of votes will be done sooner, although no date has been announced yet, so before expiry of tenure the Election Comission could conduct the polls which is mostly expected in the last quarter of the year which is not yet confirmed but we will update it once the information is available. Share this website with your friends also to get latest updates on the Chhattisgarh elections. Once the polling time is near the Election Commission through the Press conference or official website of ECI, will announce the all details which are needed, so still then stay tuned with us to get latest updates and much more.
There are lot of updates prior to the elections, there are many regional and national level parties which could contest the polls, let us check the previous time results, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won 49 seats which is a clear majority without the alliance, Indian National Congress (INC) able to win 39 but it wasn’t pure majority to form the government where as other parites including the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and independent candidates won 02 seats which makes the total figure of 90 Vidhan Sabha seats or the Assembly elections, this was last time’s polling information but this time the new political party which was formed by Arvind Kejriwal etc named AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) may or may not be contesting the polls.