On September 23, the committee on simultaneous elections will hold its inaugural meeting. Ram Nath Kovind


The first meeting of the high-level committee to consider and offer suggestions for holding simultaneous elections will take place on September 23, according to an announcement made by the former president Ram Nath Kovind on September 16.

Ram Nath Kovind is the chairman of the high-level committee, as is well known.

The Union government had earlier on September 2 constituted the eight-member committee to investigate and offer suggestions for holding Lok Sabha, state assembly, municipalities, and panchayat elections at the same time.

On Saturday, Kovind told reporters at this location that “the first meeting will take place on September 23.”

Earlier on September 14, Telangana BJP President G Kishan Reddy stated that the state’s Assembly elections would go as scheduled and have no impact on the concurrent elections.

The central government has not yet made a decision about the “One Nation One Election” (ONOE), he added.

Reddy had stated to reporters, “There are several well-known individuals on it (the committee). Deliberation is required. That is our goal. However, the Telangana polls will go place when they should. There is no connection between the simultaneous elections in Telangana and “one nation, one election.”

He continued, “We will participate in elections as scheduled without worrying about simultaneous elections. He declared, “We will overthrow this corrupt and family-based party (ruling BRS).

According to Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi, the Indian government has scheduled an all-party meeting on September 17, one day before the start of the five-day extraordinary session of parliament.

Joshi said on social media site X that all relevant leaders had received the meeting invitation through email.

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