State Election Commissioner Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar on Saturday, released the Panchayat Election notification.
Nonetheless, he said that the notification is subject to the result of the Supreme Courtroom, which is hearing the Condition government’s argument against keeping elections.
The elections go as for every routine and Nimmagadda had requested the point out governing administration to comply with the election code of conduct and the principles.
More than releasing the notification, Nimmagadda dedicated the press meeting to educate some constitutional classes to the state authorities, typically directed to chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Nimmagadda insisted that elections to the area bodies really should be held as for every routine and claimed it as constitutional obligation of the govt. But, he was silent on who stopped him from satisfying this constitutional obligation in 2020.
The SEC also claimed that Covid 19 is not hazardous now and there were elections held and being held elsewhere in the nation. But, he was conspicuously silent on why did he postpone the elections on covid 19 excuse, wherever there was no actual risk in March 2020.
The SEC said that individual passions are not essential in keeping the elections. If so, why is he not taking into consideration the objections of the employees to be uncovered to the public and exposed to Covid 19.
He experienced established apart each stage raised by the state governing administration in the system and even now promises that he was duly adhering to the court directions.
The courtroom experienced requested the SEC and the federal government to function with each other. But, he wishes the federal government to perform as he decides, as the chief secretary Adityanadh Das said in a single of his letters to the SEC.