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Nominations to ULB election concludes

Nagaland News

Dimapur, June 11: Forty one candidates from various political parties filed nominations for Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) elections. On June 11, the last day for filing nominations, 10 candidates submitted their nominations, bringing the total number of candidates contesting under KMC to 41.
Two candidates are from the INC, 19 from the NDPP, 11 from the NPP, and 9 Independent candidates. Also, among the 41 candidates, 19 are female.
Bhandari: On the last day of filing nomination papers for ULB Election to the Town Council Bhandari, 7 candidates from different Wards filed their nomination papers on June 11.
Out of the total 7 candidates, 3 were from the BJP, 2 from INC and 2 were independent candidates. 2 women candidates who also filed their nominations were from the Women Reserved Wards of Ward No-1 and Ward No-4.
Altogether, 21 candidates filed nominations from 9 wards of the town. 6 women who filed their nomination are contesting for the Women Reserved seat. The process of filing nomination concluded peacefully as scheduled.
Phek: Altogether 25 candidates from various political parties filed their nomination papers for the ULB elections under Phek Town Council and submitted to the ADC & RO, Phek, Ruopfukuotuo Noudi and SDO(c) & ARO, Tsenthungo E. Ngullie.
The candidate includes 11 from NPF with 4 women candidates under women reserved seats; 10 from NDPP with 4 women candidates under reserved seats for women; One candidate from BJP, 1 from NPP and 2 Independent candidates filed their nomination till June 11.
Pfutsero: 29 candidates have filed their nomination papers to ULB election 2024 for Pfutsero Town Council till June 11. Altogether 29 candidates are contesting the ULB elections in 11 wards under Pfutseo Town Council with 18 male and 11 female candidates.
Mokokchung: Nomination process for Mokokchung Municipal Council (ULB) election concluded peacefully on June 11. A total of 35 candidates officially filed their nominations at the office chamber of the ADC, Mokokchung, Chumlamo Humtsoe.
Among these candidates, 24 were male aspirants, while 11 female contenders to represent the 18 wards of Mokokchung Municipal Council.
Mangkolemba: Eight female candidates have submitted their nominations for the Mangkolemba town council election 2024, bringing the total number of nominated candidates to 20 from nine wards. Among them, seven women will be running from the designated seats in ward 1, 4, and 7. Additionally, there is one woman candidate from NDPP contesting for the general seat in ward 9 of Mangkolemba town.
The 20 contenders consist of 8 from the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), one from Indian National Congress (INC), and 11 Independent candidates.
Medziphema: 21 candidates filed their nomination for ULB election in Medziphema for 9 wards Town Council under 5 Ghaspani-11 A/C Chumukedima.
On the last day of filing nominations following candidates have filed their nomination papers before the ADC & RO, James Swu: Vikehiepie Siria, NDPP, Ward-9; Abei Thepa, NDPP, Ward -8; Bano Khanyo, NDPP, Ward-6; Seyievino Vitsu, NDPP, Ward-7; Kelengunuo, NDPP, Ward-4; Visako Rino, Independent, Ward-6.
Altogether 21 candidates including 8 females and 13 male from different political parties have filed their nomination paper on the last date of nomination.
Chozuba: The process for nomination to the Chozuba Town Council ended on June 11 as per notification by the State Commission of Nagaland.
According to the Additional Deputy Commissioner & Returning Officer, Dr. Diana Patton, nominations from 29 candidates were received which included nine women and 20 men.
There are nine wards under the Chozuba Town Council with sequence number were 1 Zasemuru- Khutsazho; 2 Nyohokharu; 3 Phakuzho; 4 Chozu; 5 Muzaboka; 6 Thozhe; 7 Rikhu- Dzuluba; 8 Rikhuba- Vethozho and 9 Thujiba- Timeba.
(Page News Service)

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