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Bihar Panchayat elections: Brides from other states will not be able to contest elections

Bihar Panchayat elections: Brides from other states will not be able to contest elections

In the nomination, the problem of caste certificate has arisen for those women candidates who are originally from other states, who are married in Bihar.

Panchayat elections have been announced in Bihar. Preparations are going on from the side of the candidates to enter the elections.

But meanwhile, there is no good news for those who get married to girls from other states.

Regarding the caste certificate from the State Election Commission, in the instructions issued to all the districts, it has been said that only those who have the caste certificate issued by the Bihar government can file nominations.

Bihar Panchayat elections: Brides from other states will not be able to contest elections

The instructions issued by the commission have made it difficult for the brides coming from other states in Bihar.

According to this instruction, only caste certificates will be accepted by the Bihar government in the nomination of seats reserved for the caste.

This means that for the seats which are reserved for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes, only the caste certificate of Bihar will be valid.

Referring to the order issued by the Bihar government in 2011, this order has been given by the commission.

In the nomination, the problem of caste certificate has arisen for those women candidates who are originally from other states, who are married in Bihar.

Such women will have to obtain a caste certificate issued by the CO at the local level. But their caste will be equal to the reservation category of the father.

Bihar Panchayat elections: Brides from other states will not be able to contest elections

Let us inform you that elections will be conducted in 11 phases in the state. Model code of conduct was also implemented in rural areas only after this announcement.

State Election Commissioner Dr Deepak Prasad had told in a press conference that elections would be held for 2,55,022 posts of 8072 panchayats.

The first phase of polling will be held on September 24 and the 11th phase will be held on December 12.

Polling will not be conducted in the first phase in the districts where there is a problem of floods. All remaining phases will cover those areas. In the first phase, voting is to be held in 10 districts.

These include Kudra in Kaimur, Belaganj and Khijrasarai in Gaya, Dawath and Sanjhauli in Rahatas, Govindpur, Aurangabad in Nawada, Kako in Jehanabad, Sonbhadra in Arwal, Vanshi, Suryapur, Tarapur in Munger, Sikandra in Jamui and Dhoraya in Banka. .

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AUTHORDeepa Chandravanshi

Deepa Chandravanshi is the founder of The Magadha Times & Chandravanshi. Deepa Chandravanshi is a writer, Social Activist & Political Commentator.

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