Maharashtra, Haryana, Arunachal go to the polls next month

      The process for forthcoming Assembly elections in Maharashtra, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh will begin formally with the issuance of notification on Friday. The prospective candidates would be able to file their nomination papers till September 25. The prospective candidates can file nomination papers to the Returning Officer or to the Assistant Returning Officer from Friday till September 25. The assembly elections in three states are expected to be a litmus test for all major parties after the Lok Sabha elections. The vote-counting will take place on October 22. It is notable that all the three states that are ruled by Congress, which shares power in Maharashtra with NCP as a major coalition partner. Maharashtra has a 288-member Assembly, Haryana a 90-member House and Arunachal Pradesh Assembly has 60 members. There are 2,061 polling stations in Arunachal Pradesh, 12,894 in Haryana and 82,028 in Maharashtra.

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