BANGALORE NEW DELHI: 15 ministers have got big relief. The Supreme Court on Tuesday
banned the Karnataka by-election and three-member bench The disqualification of the
legislator was challenged by the Supreme Court
The Election Commission’s advocates said the election could be postponed until the verdict
of the case is finalized. Empty fields cannot be left empty for more than 6 months. Thus,
the Supreme Court order must be published within 6 months.
. But refused a quick inquiry. Though the case came up for hearing on the 16th, the case
was postponed due to a backlash from the trial. Thus the trial commenced from the 22nd.
The commission was set to hold a single-phase election for 15 constituencies in the states.
The 30th was the final day for submission of the nomination. October 3 was the last date to
withdraw the nomination. The voting process will be held on October 21 and the results will
be announced on October 24, the commission said. Thus, if the case is not settled within
30 years, the disqualification is likely. , which has called for an election after the case has
been adjourned, adjourned the hearing to 22nd.Preparing to run the vane conducted by the
As per the Election Commission’s announcement, Hirekuru’s undefeated MLAs BC Patil, MTB
Nagaraj of Hosakote,ST Somashekhar of Yashwantpur, Anand Singh of Vijayanagar, K
Sudhakar of Chikkaballapur, Shivaram Hebbar of Yallapur, Roshan Begum of Bijapuram In
the constituencies of MLA Gopalya, Shrimant Patil of Kagawada, H.Vishwanath of Hunsur
and Narayana Gowda of KR Pate.