December 8, 2022
Assembly Bye Election: Gola Gokarnath Assembly seat: By-election announced, polling on 3 November, counting of votes on 6

Assembly Bye Election: The Election Commission on Monday announced by-polls to seven vacant assembly seats in six states on November 3. Bypolls will be held in two seats Mokama and Gopalganj in Bihar, Andheri (East) in Maharashtra, Adampur in Haryana, Munugode in Telangana, Gola Gorakhnath in Uttar Pradesh and Dhamnagar in Odisha. The Election Commission said that the notification for the by-polls would be issued on October 7. The Election Commission said in a statement that the counting of votes would take place on November 6.

The Election Commission has announced by-elections to be held in 7 assembly seats in 7 states of the country. It also includes Gola Gokarnath assembly seat in Lakhimpur district of Uttar Pradesh. Where polling will be held on November 3. The nomination process will start from October 14 and the results will be declared on November 6. Let us tell you that BJP MLA from Gola Gokarnath assembly seat Arvind Giri died of heart attack on 6 September 2022 while coming from Lakhimpur to Lucknow. After which by-election is going to be held on this seat.

Election commission issued notification

The Election Commission has issued a notification for the 7 seats where by-elections are to be held. In which Gola Gokarnath Assembly of Uttar Pradesh, Andheri East of Maharashtra, Mokama and Gopalganj of Bihar, Adampur in Haryana, Munugode of Telangana and Dhamnagar of Orissa are included.

The process of election will start from this day

The notification for the elections will be issued on October 7. Nominations will take place on October 14. The scrutiny of nominations will be done on October 15. October 17 has been fixed as the date of withdrawal. Polling will be held on November 3 and the results will be out on November 6. The entire election process will be over on November 8.

BJP MLA Arvind Giri died on 6 September

In the 2022 assembly elections, BJP candidate Arvind Giri won the Gola Gokarnath seat. Arvind Giri, who started his career as a physical trainer at Gola Inter College, entered active politics in 1995 and was elected as the President of Gola Municipality.

In 1996, he contested from the Samajwadi Party from Hyderabad Assembly (now Gola) seat and became an MLA for the first time. After this in 1996, 2002 and 2007 represented the seat in the assembly as an SP MLA. In 2017 Arvind Giri switched party and won from his Gola constituency as a BJP candidate.

In 2022, he once again won as a BJP candidate, but he died of a heart attack on 6 December. Arvind Giri is survived by his wife Sudha Giri, two sons and two daughters.

Arvind Giri’s wife may be BJP candidate

Sudha Giri, wife of late Arvind Giri, who won the election five times from Gola Gokarnath seat, can be nominated by the Bharatiya Janata Party from this seat. Because Arvind Giri had a very strong hold in his assembly and this was the reason why he became an MLA for the fifth time. In such a situation, in the absence of Arvind Giri, people’s sentiments will be attached to his wife and she can win the election.

Administration removed flag hoardings

The administration became active as soon as the election program was released from the Election Commission for the bye-election on the vacant seat of the assembly constituency 139 Gola Gokarnath. On the instructions of District Election Officer, DM Mahendra Bahadur Singh, the teams formed under the leadership of Returning Officer/Deputy District Magistrate (Gola) Anurag Singh campaigned and distributed all the publicity materials, holdings, banners etc. Removed through JCB. During this, Police Officer (CO), Tehsildar Vinod Gupta, BDO Kumbhi, EO Napap Gola PN Dixit were present.

Let us inform that the administration became active as soon as the election program of the assembly Gola Gokarnath by-election 2022 was released. Every aspect is being closely monitored to ensure compliance with the code of conduct. Under this, the administration got the hoardings and banners put up by political parties in different police station areas of Gola assembly constituency. Along with this, people are also being informed about the code of conduct.

The administration became active as soon as the election program was released from the Election Commission for the bye-election on the vacant seat of the assembly constituency 139 Gola Gokarnath. On the instructions of District Election Officer, DM Mahendra Bahadur Singh, the teams formed under the leadership of Returning Officer/Deputy District Magistrate (Gola) Anurag Singh campaigned and distributed all the publicity materials, holdings, banners etc. Removed through JCB. During this, Police Officer (CO), Tehsildar Vinod Gupta, BDO Kumbhi, EO Napap Gola PN Dixit were present.

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