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Punjab Elections 2022 – No nominations on January 30: CEO Dr Karuna Raju

Chandigarh, January 29, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
The Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab Dr. S Karuna Raju on Saturday informed that no nomination papers for the Vidhan Sabha Polls would be filed on January 30, 2022 in view of holiday.

Disclosing this, Dr. S Karuna Raju said that as per the schedule announced to file nomination papers for the upcoming Vidhan Sabha Polls 2022 elections started with issuance of notification on 25 January, 2022 which would remain continue till 01 Febuary,2022.

The CEO informed that 30 January, 2022 being Sunday is a holiday. Therefore, nomination papers would not be presented to the Returning Officer on that days.

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