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Details of Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Elections -2013 schedule dates, notification and constituencies
The Siren for Panchayat elections 2013 in Andhrapradesh state has ringed. The elections will be conducted in three phases for around 21491 village panchayats. This article will give complete details of Andhrapradesh Panchayat elections - 2013like important dates related to nomination and elections along with the schedule of revenue division wise polling.
Andhrapradesh state chief election commission has issued notification for organizing Panchayat elections -2013 in 22 districts of the state. Around 21491 village Panchayats are going for elections from the 21592 Panchayats and the election will conducted in 3 phases. Around 2, 19,753 polling stations and 1, 32,066 ballet boxes are going to utilized for the Panchayat elections. The election code will comes under act with immediate effect. The number of women voters is more in compare with men voters. As 50 percent, Panchayats are reserved for women, 10746 villages and 103789 wards are going to have women representatives as Sarpanchs and ward members. Here below you can find the Panchayat elections Schedule and details of revenue divisions that are going for polling in three phases.
Schedule of Andhrapradesh state Panchayat Elections -2013
The issue of notification for Panchayat elections and the receiving of nominations: 09-07-2013(from morning 10:00 a.m - evening 5:00 p.m)
The display of wards-wise voters list:09-07-2013
Last date for the filling of nominations: 13-07-2013
Nominations scrutiny: 15-07-2013
Appealing before RDO regarding the rejection of nominations: 15-07-2013
Appeals solutions by RDO: 16-07-2013
Withdrawal of nominations: 17-07-2013(By 3:00 p.m)
List of competing candidates: 17-03-2013
First phase of polling: 23-07-2013
Second phase of polling: 27-07-2013
Third phase of polling: 31-07-2013
Time of polling: Staring from morning 7:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m
Counting and declaration of winner: After 2:00 p.m on the polling day
Details of voters
Total voters: 3, 94, 01855
Men voters: 1, 96, 49,114
Women voters: 1, 97, 52, 741
Details of Revenue Divisions going for polls in first phase
Around 6963 village, Panchayats and 69450 wards are going for election at first phase on 23-07-2013. Here below you can find the names of the Revenue divisions (29) which contain the villages that are going for the Panchayat elections.
Asifabad, Utnoor, Penukonda, Tirupati, Rampachodavaram, Rajamundry, Tenali, Peddapalli, Manthani, Badrachalam, Nuzivid, Kurnool, Gadwal, Narayanpet, Siddipet, Bhuvangiri, Nizamabad, Ongole, Rangareddy east, Kavali, Atmakur, Srikakulam, Paderu, Parvathipuram, Mulugu, Eluru and Kadapa.
Details of Revenue divisions going for polls in second phase
Around 7738 village, Panchayats and 78160 wards are going for election at first phase on 27-07-2013. Here below you can find the names of the Revenue divisions (29) which contain the villages that are going for the Panchayat elections.
Adilabad, Mancherial, Dharmavaram, Chittor, Kakinada, Peddapuram, Guntur, Jagitial, Sirsilla, Khammam, Vijayawada, Nandyal, Mahboobnagar, Medak, Nalgonda, Suryapet, Bodhan, Kandukur, Chevella, Nellore, Palakonda, Vishakhapatnam, Narsipatnam, Vijayanagaram, Mahboobabad, Narsampet, Kovvur, Jangareddygudem and Rajampet.
Details of Revenue divisions going for polls in third phase
Around 6890 village, Panchayats and 69968 wards are going for election at first phase on 31-07-2013. Here below you can find the names of the Revenue divisions (29) which contain the villages that are going for the Panchayat elections.
Nirmal, Anantapur, Madanapalli, Amalapuram, Narsaraopet, Karimnagar, Kothagudem, Palvoncha, Machilipatnam, Gudivada, Adoni, Nagar Kurnool, Vanaparthi, Sangareddy, Miryalguda, Devarakonda, Kamareddy, Markapur, Vikarabad, Gudur, Naidupet, Tekkali, Anakapalli, Warangal, Janagoan, Narsapur and Jammalamadugu.
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