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Assembly Elections -2018: EVM machines sealed from double locks

Assembly Elections -2018: EVM machines sealed from double locks

Koriya 21 Nov

The EVM (CU, BU, VVPET) machine was sealed in a strong room. In the presence of observers and candidates coming from the Election Commission of India, EVM machines were sealed with double locks in a strong room built in the premises of Ramanuj Higher Secondary School, Bacunathpur, voting material return center, located at the district headquarters. In addition to EVM, a copy of the Machpole slip seal, plastic box, a copy of the ballot paper, the Makpole Certificate and the declaration of the Presiding Officer was also kept.These men will be released directly on 11th December ie counting of votes. The security of the strong room has been entrusted to the security forces of the Reserve Bank. In the presence of observers and returning officers, a review of the finished elections was reviewed by political parties' candidates and their agents.

On this occasion, the general observer of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Mr. Vazir Singh Goyat, General Assembly of MP, Mr. Raneender Kumar, General observer of Assembly constituency-2 Manindergarh, General S. Sukumar Swamy of Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3, Bakundipur, Assembly Area Number One Returning Officer of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Mr. R. A. Kruvanshi, State Assembly No. 2, Returning Officer of Manindergarh, Mrs. Tulika Prajapati, Returning Officer of Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3, Bakundipur, Shri Narendra Singh Dugga, Superintendent of Police, Mr. Vivek Shukla, the candidates of political parties and their agents along with the officials were present.




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