BJP has told to hold elections simultaneously in the country, right next year, elections in 11 states together| latest political news
- BJP also met the Election Commission
- Next year all the elections together
- The BJP, taking this plan to reduce the expenditure
New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has endorsed holding elections together in the country. According to sources connected with the party, next year 11 states can be held together in elections. Preparations have already been started for this. BJP has put emphasis on holding elections together in the country to curb the expenditure in elections. According to sources, after the BJP’s stand, Assembly elections in three states of the country can be delayed. In the same state, in 2019, the elections in which the elections are to be held can be done simultaneously. Although no one has formally said anything so far. Sources attached to the party said that there is no concrete proposal to delay or delay the elections of the states and this idea has not been formally discussed within the party.
This is also because the constitutional validity of such steps must be kept in mind. However, after the end of the term of the Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh legislatures next year, the speculation of establishing President’s rule for some time in these states has not been stirred. Meanwhile, there is news among all that the government can also convene an all-party meeting to hold elections together in the country.
Comments The Central Government is contemplating convening an all-party meeting to make common consensus on the election of Lok Sabha and Legislative Assemblies. This meeting can be conducted by the Law Commission after the recommendation of the legal framework in this case. According to sources related to the government, an all-party meeting can be convened in the coming days to increase the scope of discussion between the leaders on the issue of holding elections simultaneously but the final decision has not been taken yet to convene the meeting.
Sources said that the government is awaiting the report of the Law Commission which will present the legal framework to bring the two elections together. After the report comes to the government, there will be a detailed discussion of it. Keep in mind that the commission, which is probing the feasibility of taking the election together, had earlier asked the political parties to give their views before finalizing their report.