Karnataka Elections 2018: EC says polls be held on May 12, counting on May 15

The polling for the state assembly elections in Karnataka will be held on May 12.

The Election Commission announced the poll schedule on Tuesday.

The counting of votes for the state assembly elections will be held on May 15, Chief Election Commissioner O P Rawat said in a press conference at the poll-panels headquarters, Nirvachan Sadan, in New Delhi.

Altogether 49682357 voters are expected to exercise their franchise to elect the next legislative assembly of the State, Rawat, flanked by Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa and Sunil Arora, said.

The term of the current State Assembly would end on May 28.The polling for the state assembly elections in Karnataka will be held on May 12.

The Election Commission announced the poll schedule on Tuesday.

The counting of votes for the state assembly elections will be held on May 15, Chief Election Commissioner O P Rawat said in a press conference at the poll-panel’s headquarters, Nirvachan Sadan, in New Delhi.

Altogether 49682357 voters are expected to exercise their franchise to elect the next legislative assembly of the State, Rawat, flanked by Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa and Sunil Arora, said.

The term of the current State Assembly would end on May 28.***

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