A collapse of the law and order
prompted the Meghalaya government to adjourn the first ever
municipal elections in the state.
A top municipal officer from Nalgonda district of Andhra Pradesh was on Monday caught red-handed by sleuths of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) while accepting a bribe of Rs 50,000.
Meghalaya government has decided to solicit public opinion on a bill that envisages reforms on the municipal act, paving the way for holding of first ever civic polls in the state since it attained statehood.
West Bengal government has been
assured of 18 companies of central forces against its demand
of 132 companies for the May 30 civic polls in the state.
Gujarat High Court has directed the State government to form Municipal Corporation at state capital Gandhinagar in accordance with constitutional requirement within six months.
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