With just a unmarried nomination filed for the lone Rajya Sabha seat in Arunachal Pradesh until Tuesday, the final date for doing so, BJP nominee Nabam Rebia seems all set to be elected to it.
Mr Rebia is the lone candidate within the state to report his nomination for the Rajya Sabha election slated for June 19, Joint Leader Electoral Officer D J Bhattacharjee stated.
He had filed his papers on Monday after the BJP central election committee nominated him as its candidate the day ahead of.
Mr Rebia might be declared the winner with none election if he does no longer withdraw his nomination throughout the stipulated time, stated the state legislative meeting secretary Okay Habung, who has been appointed the returning officer via the Election Fee.
The scrutiny of the nomination papers might be hung on June 10 and June 12 is the final date for withdrawal of nominations, Mr Bhattacharjee stated.
The election procedure might be finished via June 22, he stated.
Mr Rebia, who represented the state within the Rajya Sabha for 2 consecutive phrases from 1996 to 2002 and once more from 2002 to 2008 as a Congress candidate, had additionally served the state as its speaker and cupboard minister.
The Election Fee had on June 2 issued notification for containing elections to the lone Rajya Sabha seat in Arunachal Pradesh together with different states.
Mukut Mithi of the Congress is the incumbent Rajya Sabha MP from the northeastern state. His tenure will finish on June 23.
The 60-member Arunachal Pradesh meeting has 41 BJP MLAs, adopted via seven of Janata Dal(United. Congress and Nationwide Peoples Birthday celebration(NPP) have 4 participants each and every, the Peoples Birthday celebration of Arunachal one and 3 independents. The JD-U and the NPP are supporting the Pema Khandu-led BJP executive within the state.