In the bye-election of Nalagarh and Renuka Assembly Constituencies of the State on 30th November, 2011, 120253 electors will cast their vote. It includes 11,89,65 general electors and 1288 Service electors. Chief Electoral Officer Narinder Chauhan said that elaborate arrangements have been made to ensure peaceful, free and fair elections in the State. Chief Electoral Officer Narinder Chauhan met representatives of all the Political Parties related with Revision of Photo Electoral Rolls and bye-elections.

Chief Electoral Officer also provided one CD containing data of electors in Nalagarh and Renuka Assembly Constituencies to the representatives of recognized political parties on the occasion. He said that with the announcement of bye-election in the State, the Model Code of Conduct had come into force from 1st November, 2011 till the declaration of the result by the Returning Officer concerned after counting was over on 4th December, 2011 in the whole District of Solan and Sirmaur. He requested them to direct concerned District President to attend the Standing Committees meeting constituted for the purpose as and when convened by the concerned District Election Officers.

Narinder Chauhan also requested them to ensure strict compliance of the provisions of Model Code of Conduct and directions etc. issued by Election Commission of India from time to time. He further said that any violation of Model Code of Conduct would be dealt with in accordance with the directions of Election Commission of India. Chauhan further said that out of total 1,20,253 electors, 63781 male electors and 56472 female electors would exercise their franchise, including 990 male service electors and 298 female service electors in Nalagarh and Renuka Assembly Constituencies.

Nalagarh Assembly Constituency has total 67,780 electors including 66,770 General electors and 1010 service electors. Renuka Assembly Constituency has total 52473 electors out of which 52195 are General Electors and 278 Service Electors.

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