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Delhi Municipal Corporation elections dates to be announced today evening

New Delhi | MCD Election 2022: With the conclusion of assembly elections in five states of the country, the dates of Municipal Corporation Elections 2022 are going to be announced in Delhi today. The State Election Commission has completed the preparations for this and the date of election will be announced today at 5 pm. After which the election code of conduct will also be implemented in Delhi.

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One lakh employees will fulfill the responsibility
According to the information, Delhi Municipal Corporation Election 2022 (MCD Election 2022) can be held in the second week of April. The Election Commission has allowed each candidate to spend a maximum of Rs 8 lakh in the election. According to the information of the Election Commission, about one lakh employees will be engaged in the election process to complete the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections. For which the plan of the commission has been prepared.

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Election will be held for 272 wards
Delhi Municipal Corporation elections will be held for 272 wards. In such a situation, one returning officer i.e. 70 SDM has been appointed as RO for each assembly. With this, 20 percent of the employees will be kept in reserve.

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Will have to go through corona restrictions for campaigning
Even though there is news of relief from the corona infection in Delhi, but during the election campaign, all the parties will have to go through the corona restrictions. In such a situation, the information about the election campaign will have to be given to the District Magistrate 48 hours in advance. No road shows, bike rallies etc. will be allowed without permission and under DDMA guidelines. The number of star campaigners has been fixed at 10 and for unrecognized parties at 5.

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