West Bengal Panchayat Poll: State Commission Gives BIG Indication, Elections Could Be Held In THIS Month

Preparations have started in almost all camps in Bengal. Meanwhile, there is big news about West Bengal Panchayat Elections 2023. According to the sources of the State Election Commission, Panchayat elections could be held in February-March next year. Panchayat polls are conducted with the help of the state police. Similarly, the draft list of 20 districts with seat reservations will be published on Wednesday. The election notice may be published in January. The poll is likely to be in February-March 2023.

According to sources from the Electoral Commission, the draft list of 20 districts will be published on Wednesday. If a political party has problems with this, it can file a complaint with the district magistrate and the election commission by November 2. The final list will then be published at the end of November. As of now, there are plans to conduct polls with the state police. The official report on the panchayat elections will be published in January next year. However, there is no possibility to vote before February. In the month of December, the work of reserving the posts of head, deputy head, president, vice president, president begins.

In addition to the panchayat elections, there were also questions about when the Howrah municipal elections would be held. Although Howrah’s municipal elections were supposed to take place this year, it didn’t happen. Rather, work is underway to convert the 50 departments into 66 departments. So, even if not this year, Howrah municipal elections could be held in 2023.

The BJP has argued that there should be no elections in Bengal without central forces. But the state election commission relies on the state police for panchayat elections. When asked about it, Dilip Ghosh, Vice President of BJP All India said, “I think the panchayat election will be held in February. Because there will be the Madhyamik exam in March. But the committee will do what the state government says. However, we will protest if the elections are held without central forces. In Kolkata, the municipal vote has been forcibly looted. We are trying to vote unilaterally. Without it Trinamool cannot win.”

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