AP Municipal Elections Schedule- 2014

Publish Date:Mar 11, 2014





State Election Commissioner P. Ramakanth Reddy said that Election Commission worked on Sunday to release the schedule on a war-footing to comply with the Supreme Court orders on March 7.

He blatantly blamed the past State government for the present situation and despite several reminders the Government failed to respond to finalize the reservations for municipalities and PR bodies. Now the elections to the municipalities, panchayat raj institutions, Assembly and Lok Sabha seats were scheduled to be conducted at one go which will cause a lot of inconvenience to the State govt. machinery and the support staff who have to help in the electoral process. Answering a question regarding postponing the Municipal elections which is back to back with the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections , he clearly said that cannot be done and the commission would abide by the Court rulings. GHMC Hyderabad would go for elections in November.

Municipal Election Schedule  for 146 municipalities and 10 municipal corporations w.e.f 10-03-2014

    Last date for receipt of nominations- 14-03-2014
    Scrutiny of nomination -15-03-2014
    Last date for withdrawal of nominations and publication of list of candidates contesting- 18-03-2014
    Date of Poll – 30-03-2014
    Date of repoll( if any)- 01-4-2014
    Date of Counting- 02-4-2014


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AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu today wrote a letter to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh requesting him to resolve nativity issue. In his letter, Chandrababu asked the home minister to amend the article 371 (D) and (E) in the constitution to enable the people, statement government employees and all others, who wants to comes and settles in the state or in the upcoming capital Amaravati treated as natives of AP state.

Telangana Chief Minister KCR actually planned to dissolve the two main opposition parties TDP and Congress parties before next general elections. He is successful to some extent. He attracted several top leaders of both parties by throwing bait to them.

Publish Date:Oct 12, 2015

Police disrupts Jagan Mohan Reddy’s six days’ hunger strike on the early hours of Tuesday. First, the police asked him to discontinue his hunger strike, but when he refused, they informed that they are shifting him to Guntur Government Hospital following the advice of doctors.

Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh’s campaigning seems to be peculiar than Lalu Prasad Yadav’s campaigning in Bihar Assembly elections.

Jagan Mohan Reddy claims that he is fighting for AP and its people but not for his own sake or interests. He blames AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu for not stressing the Centre for special status. He demands for withdrawal of two union ministers of TDP from the Modi government in protest on this issue.

YSR Congress leaders are blaming statement government for ignoring his hunger strike. They are also blaming the doctors for manipulating Jagan’s health check-up records and for not releasing regular health bulletins on his health condition. Now, senior journalist Devualapalli Amar, who generally appears in Sakshi media, blames national media for not giving coverage to Jagan Mohan Reddy’s hunger strike.

Even before EC declares the bye-elections schedule for Narayankhed assembly constituency that was necessitated with Congress MLA Krishna Reddy’s sudden death, unexpected developments are taking place in the political circles.

Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli (63) has been elected as the 38th Prime Minister of Nepal. Elections become inevitable as the two main political parties- Communist Party of Nepal and National Congress Party couldn’t come to consensus on whom to make Prime Minister of the country.

First out of five phases elections for Bihar Assembly begins on Monday morning. Polling for 49 seats out of 243 seats will be held today in 10 districts from 7 am to 5 pm. However, polling will conclude at 3-4 pm in some constituencies where Maoists influence is very high.

YSR Congress leaders are now speaking more about their leader Jagan Mohan Reddy’s deteriorating health condition and Lab reports than the purpose they are agitating for.

As usually, YSR Congress party chooses exactly a very wrong time for its leader Jagan Mohan Reddy’s indefinite hunger strike. Although, YSR Congress leaders are aware that the AP Government is gearing for a historical event of laying foundation stone for Amaravati in a very big way, they made him sit for hunger strike ahead of this mega event.

While, the AP government is gearing for foundation stone laying ceremony for its capital city Amravati by Prime Minister Narendra Modi October 22nd, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) gives it a shock by issuing stay orders prohibiting any construction activities in the ear marked area of capital zone.

Opposition parties in Telangana are conducting a statewide bandh today protesting TRS government’s attitude towards farmers. They are demanding the government to clear all crop loans at one time by releasing Rs. 8, 500 crores.