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EC announces bypolls to six Rajya Sabha seats

IndiaTimes Saturday, 15 June 2019
The Election Commission on Saturday announced bypolls to six Rajya Sabha seats on July 5, including the one vacated by BJP chief Amit Shah following his election to the Lok Sabha. Notifications will be issued on June 18 and elections and counting of votes will be held on July 5.

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