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140 candidates barred from contesting civic polls
State Election Commission took the decision

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140 candidates barred from contesting civic polls

State Election Commission took the decision

Hyderabad, March 28, 2008

Nearly 140 candidates who lost the election to the office of ward members of Vijayawada Municipal Corporation in September 2005 have been disqualified from contesting any election for three years for any office under the provisions of the Hyderabad Municipal Corporation Act, 1955.

The State Election Commission took this decision on the ground that the 140 candidates had failed to submit final accounts of election expenses to the office of ward members of the Vijayawada Municipal Corporation despite several reminders to them.

The order that issued yesterday said that the contesting candidates have to file expense accounts within 45 days from the date of declaration of results and the deadline had expired on November 9, 2005.

Andhra Pradesh on March 28, 2008

CAG Report tabled in the Assembly
APIIC indicted for incorrect land allotment

1,700 Sub Inspectors to be filled up
Government gives green signal for recruitment

140 candidates barred from contesting civic polls
State Election Commission took the decision

ACB officials conducted searches at the residence of a Tahsildar
Unearths Rs. 60 lakh worth assets

Apex Court directs HC to proceed with complaint against Margadarsi Financiers
Division Bench passed the order while disposing of a special leave petition

Teacher suspended on the charge of leakage of English paper
Probe launched against two officials and a student in this connection

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