Preparations for elections in the constituencies of three disqualified MLAs started

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Preparations for elections in the constituencies of three disqualified MLAs started


News / Election Commission of India   /   Jun 01, 2015
Kulbir Manhas
Kulbir Manhas
Kulbir writes about politics, social issues and technology. He has worked in an NGO for several years.

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Imphal: After the disqualification of three MLAs of All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) from the House by the tribunal of Speaker of Manipur Legislative Assembly under the Tenth Schedule of Indian Constitution, the meeting was held on May 30 to begin preparations for holding bye-election in the respective constituencies of the disqualified MLAs at the office of DC Imphal West at Lamphelpat.

The three AITC MLAs who have been disqualified are Kh Joykishan (Thangmeiband Constituency), Th Bishwajit Singh (Thongju Constituency) and O Lukhoi Singh (Wangoi Constituency). The speaker disqualified them on May 27 by invoking anti-defection law.

The meeting, which was to begin at 11 am as per the official circular, started at 11:25 am under DC Imphal West, Ningthoujam Geoffrey.
The meeting was convened to begin preparations for holding the election following the disqualification.

 On the other hand, Manipur Legislative Assembly issued a notification on May 30 saying  that the seats of MLAs in the Assembly Constituencies of Thangmeiband, Thongju and Wangoi have been declared vacant following the disqualification of its MLAs.

Besides, a copy of the notification of the notification was also sent to the ECI on May 30. Also, a copy of the judgement order assessed by the tribunal of speaker disqualifying the MLAs was also dispatched to the Commission on May 29.

An official gazette notification will be out declaring the vacancies of MLA seats in the respective constituencies soon.

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