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LS Polls: BJP Unveils election in-charge and co-in-charge for various states

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) declared the election in-charge and co-in-charge for various states ahead of the Lok Sabha elections on Wednesday. Captain Abhimanyu has been assigned the role of in-charge for Assam, Nitin Nabin for Chhattisgarh, OP Dhankhad for Delhi, Dinesh Sharma for Maharashtra, M Chuba Ao for Meghalaya, Ajeet Ghopchade for Manipur, Devesh […]

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) declared the election in-charge and co-in-charge for various states ahead of the Lok Sabha elections on Wednesday.

Captain Abhimanyu has been assigned the role of in-charge for Assam, Nitin Nabin for Chhattisgarh, OP Dhankhad for Delhi, Dinesh Sharma for Maharashtra, M Chuba Ao for Meghalaya, Ajeet Ghopchade for Manipur, Devesh Kumar for Mizoram, Nalin Kohli for Nagaland, Abhay Patil for Telangana, and Avinash Rai Khanna for Tripura.

Additionally, Shriraghunath Kulkarni has been appointed as co-election in-charge for Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Alka Gujjar for Delhi, Nalin Kumar Katil for Kerala, Nirmal Kumar Surana for Maharashtra, Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya for Maharashtra, Sanjeev Chauraisa for Uttar Pradesh, Ramesh Bidhuri for UP, and Sanjay Bhatia for UP.

The Lok Sabha elections are scheduled to occur over seven phases commencing on April 19. Vote counting will be conducted on June 4.

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