CET clashes with Karnataka poll date may be put off
| Monday | 11th March, 2019
We will meet the PU director and other officials, discuss the issue and then take a call on whether to postpone CET,” Girish said.
I doubt we’ll be able to vote,” said Rekha Bhatkal, a resident of Sadashivanagar.“The turnout could be less due to vacation.
BJP state general secretary and spokesperson N Ravi Kumar was confident holidays won’t affect the election.
There is also the issue of non-availability of examination rooms during election time.
“As a family, we generally go out of station and will do this time too.