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Nine parties oppose proposal for simultaneous elections

  NEW  DELHI , JULY 9th

Political parties were separated on the issue of holding    simultaneous Lok sabha     and Assembly elections  during consultations with the Law Commission of India.

As many as nine parties expressed their uncertainties while four parties supported the move.

The two major national parties — the BJP and the Congress — stayed away from the Law Commission’s deliberations. The BJP has, however, written to the Law Commission Chairman, Justice B.S. Chauhan, stating that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has always argued in favour of simultaneous polls and sought time to submit their detailed response later.

Jul 09, 2018
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