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District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga voted with his wife Mrs. Kirti Bala Dugga and the District Superintendent of Police Mr. Vivek Shukla.


Koriya

District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga with his wife Mrs. Kirti Bala Dugga and District Superintendent of Police, Shri Vivek Shukla, voted in the polling station No. 131, located in Oddi village under the assembly constituency of 03 no. Contributed to strengthening On this occasion, he urged the voters to vote for fear and inducement. Then, District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, Smt. Kirti Bala Dugga and the District Superintendent of Police Mr. Vivek Shukla encouraged the present voters by dragging selfies in the selfie zone created in the polling booth.




Assembly election-2018 : Polling station No. 131, located in Odhi, was the elderly woman of more than 95 years and first time voter also voted with voters.


Koriya 20 Nov.

In the polling station No. 131, located in Odgi village under the assembly constituency No. 03 of KOREA district, elderly woman Smt. Sakhun Bargah, aged more than 95 years of Village Kenapara I, voted today with great enthusiasm. He has been making significant contribution in strengthening democracy with the past several years.On the other hand, Odhik Naka's First Time Voter Ms. Kirti Mishra also contributed to the strengthening of democracy by voting for the first time with regular voters. On this occasion, a large number of voters also gave their valuable vote. It is noteworthy that under the sweep activities undertaken in the district, there is a lot of enthusiasm among the elderly as well as the women and youth.

 




The ban on Opinion poll and surveys on print and electronic media and cinema houses will also be effective till December 07.


Koriya 20 Nov.

The Election Commission of India has banned any kind of exit poll for publishing or publishing results of any kind of exit polls till the completion of the election process during the assembly elections of five states including Chhattisgarh. In this regard, Chhattisgarh Chief Electoral Officer Shri Subrata Sahu has urged all media institutions to ensure compliance.He said that its violation would be considered as a violation of Model Code of Conduct Code. Referring to the notification issued by the Election Commission of India, Shri Sahu said that the process of conduct of general elections in the states of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram and Telangana states is under process. Voting in 18 constituencies in the first phase in Chhattisgarh has ended on 12th November and on 20th November, voting will be held for the remaining 72 constituencies in the second phase.

He said that on 28th November in Madhya Pradesh and Mizoram and on December 07 in Rajasthan and Telangana, voting is going to be done. According to the provisions of section 126 (a) of the Public Representation Act, 1951, there is a ban for the period notified by the Commission for organizing any exit poll in this period and publishing and publishing its findings. He said that keeping in view this, under the provisions of sub-section (1) of section 126 (a) of the Public Representation Act, 1951, the Election Commission of India will announce the expiration of these states till 7pm on December 12, 2018, till 5.30 pm on November 12, 2018. To ban the poles and publish or publish its results by the pint and electronic media or to spread it in any other way. Has been received.

According to the notification, in the opinion of Section 126 (1) (b) of the Public Representation Act, 1951, in any electronic poll in any electronic media during the 48 hours ending at the scheduled time for the end of voting in respect of general elections, any opinion poll Or any other polling survey, including the results of any election related issue, will also be banned. He said that the restriction of exit poll, Opinion poll and poll surveillance will not be published or broadcast by any means, through print media, electronic media, cinema and television etc. through any means. This violation will be considered a violation of Model Code of Conduct and legal action will be taken against those who do so.




Children of Baikunthpur, children of child house child in Korea district, in the Hausla 2018 program


Koriya 17 Nov.

Hosala program was organized by the State Child Protection Committee, Raipur, on 15th November, Women and Child Development Department. In which children of Child Development Organizations of Korea District participated immensely. In the state-level hospitality program organized by Chief Minister of Women and Child Development Department M. Geeta, Mr. Takeshwar of the Child Home Child of Korea District has won the first position.

On the other hand, Mahesh Mali got the first position in a high jump and honored the respective regions of Korea District and Sarguja Division. On this occasion, the legal co-probation officer Mr. Pankaj Kumar Verma made his important contribution. On receiving the first place, District Program Officer Mr. Chandresh Sisodia has congratulated the child.




Notice issued to 27 candidates till date till date by District Media Audit and Monitoring Committee constituted for upcoming assembly elections


Koriya 17 Nov.

According to the Election Commission of India, the meeting of District Media Audit and Monitoring Committee constituted for the forthcoming assembly elections is being done by the Chairman of the Committee and the District Election Officer Mr. Narendra Dugga. Various aspects of social media are being monitored by the MCMC members and the notice is being issued against the concerned people on the suspicious news. In this link, 27 notices have been issued to the candidates of different political parties by MCMC so far. Apart from this, the observers appointed for the district are also taking time to get information about the activities of MCMC. It may be mentioned that in the committee, the Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat, Mrs. Tulika Prajapati, Additional Collector Mr. R. A. Kuruvashi, the Departmental Officer Revenue of Bekundipur section, Mr. PV Khes, Assistant Manager of Mannagar, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, Mr. Ratnesh Kumar Jharia, Bekundipur An independent senior citizen of village Mahalpara is a member of Sri Satya Prakash Gupta.

In the committee, District Public Relations Officer Shri Laxmikant Kosaria is discharging his obligation as Member Secretary. This Committee will examine the applications for the scrutiny of advertisements for political parties, candidates, other persons related to the general elections of the assembly, during the period of the applicability of the Code of Conduct related to election for telecasting, political advertisement on cable networks. Is settling.




Assembly election 2018 District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga reviewed the distribution material distribution center Distribution of content to polling parties today


Korea, November 17, 2018 / District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, today, after reaching the voting material distribution center government Ramanuj Higher Secondary School, took stock of EVMs and VVPates together with the entire voting material for the forthcoming assembly elections 2018. During this period, he got information about the dispatch of polling parties and the arrangements for material return and counting.
District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Duga filling the voting forms and sealing at the designated places in machines, connecting the control unit, ballot unit and VVPAT together, pre-polling moppole and then pressing close, result and clear button. Regarding the training provided in relation to the inevitability of the CRC and the inclusion of indelible ink in the finger of the voters Received information and provided necessary instructions to the concerned
District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, during the observation, also examined the selected cells in Ramanuj Higher Secondary School for distributing the material to the voting parties in the Korea district for assembly elections 2018, for return of post-poll return and counting of votes. Thereafter, he took information from the concerned authorities regarding the acquisition of vehicle for the election in Korea's district. It is worth mentioning that the distribution of the material to the polling parties will be done on 18th and 19th of November and the material will be withdrawn after the voting on November 20 and the counting of votes will be done on December 11. Officers who had important role in the assembly elections were present on this occasion.

 




Assembly election 2018 Notice to 03 candidates who did not submit accounting expenses and candidates


In the Legislative Assembly elections in 2018 by the Election Commission of India, November 17, 2018, India has asked the candidates to submit the expenditure of expenditure before the expenditure observers. In the same episode, the accounts of election expenditure are being presented before the expenditure observer, Mr. Pradeep Shukla, by the candidates of all 3 assembly constituencies in Korea district. But 03 and the candidates did not appear in the inspection dates held by the Expenditure Observers on November 11 and November 14 nor were the accounts of their election expenditure presented. The expenditure observer took it seriously and instructed the returning officer to issue notice to them. Likewise, other candidates have been instructed to issue the letter to the concerned returning officer for the speedy completion of other related pitfalls.
Returning officer of Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Bakunthpur, Mr. Narinder Kumar Dugga issued notice to non-meritorious candidate Shri Ramnarayan Sahu, Mr. Chintamani Sandhilya and candidate of Indian Panchayat Party Mr. Ram Pratap Sahu for not showing the absence and absence of election expenses in inspection dates. is.
Returning Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga has re-examined the candidates concerned that by 18th November, make sure to submit accounts with their satisfactory explanation. Otherwise, they will be prosecuted under the prescribed provisions of the Indian Penal Code 171 (1), in view of the failure to submit the accounts under section 77 of the Representation of the People Act.

 




Assembly election 2018 Criminal cases newspapers and TV Notice to Shri Sanjay Singh Kamro for issuing notice in channels


According to the order of Election Commission of Korea, 17 November 2018 / India, the returning officer of the District Election Officer and the Returning Officer of the Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Bakundathpura, Mr. Narendra Dugga has issued the newspapers and TVs of criminal cases. In connection with the release of channels, Mr. Sanjay Singh has issued notice to the comrades. According to the Election Commission of India, whether the criminal cases are pending or in the case of dushasiddhi cases in the past, after the last date of withdrawal and two days before the date of polling, newspapers and TVs on three occasions Channels have been expected to publish declaration about such criminal cases. But in the two newspapers (Chhattisgarh and Haribhoomi), the evidence has been presented to the Office of Mr. Sanjay Singh Kamro. Returning Officer of District Election Officer and Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur, Mr. Narendra Dugga on three occasions, newspapers and TVs. The channels have been issued in order to provide newspapers and cuttings of TV channels to the CD office of the channel, so that the above evidence can be pressed for the state election officer Raipur.




Assembly election 2018 Information about the voting will be done on time through C-Taps Application: Mr. Subrata Sahu The Chief Electoral Officer has taken an election preparations for six districts including Korea in two days.


Korea, November 17, 2018 / Chief Election Officer, Mr. Subrata Sahu, has reviewed the preparations for the six districts in the last two days and gave necessary directions to the officials. During the two-day stay, he reviewed the preparations related to election of Sarguja, Surajpur, Korea, Balrampur, Janjgir and Balodabazar districts. On Friday, on the second day of the tour, he reviewed the preparations by meeting with officials in Balrampur-Ramanujganj, Janjgir-Champa and Baludabazar-Bhatapara district. During this, he also reviewed the polling stations and counting places.
Chief Election Officer Shri Sahu today instructed the officials to ensure basic arrangements in the polling and counting centers and arrangement of ramps for the divisions during the meeting with officials in the three districts. He also informed about the commissioning, randomization of electronic voting machines, distribution of postal ballots on time to officials / employees, webcasting balloting centers and women polling booths being made for women voters. Shri Sahu instructed to ensure power supply during the elections.


Chief Election Officer Shri Sahu asked for adequate security of the Strong Room and counting sites. Mr. Sahu instructed all Sector officials to download the C-Tapps application in mobile and train them in connection with its usage.
Shri Sahu took information about awareness campaigns and programs being run in different districts for voter awareness. While appreciating the innovative efforts being made for this, he hoped to get more votes in this phase. He said that in the way the youth and women have got awareness about the voting. It has increased expectations of 100 percent of the vote.
Nandal Officer and Inspector General of Police, Dipanshu Kabra said that the propaganda will be fully blocked by the rally and meetings during the 48 hour period of polling and ensure the use of vehicles in the number fixed by the political parties. Shri Kabra instructed the officials to ensure the arrangements for the oustees in the assembly constituencies to leave the place 48 hours before polling.
Additional Chief Electoral Officer Shri S. Bhartidasan said that candidates in the print media in the second phase of polling on November 19 and 20, can publish candidates, political parties or other organizations after the certification from the political advertisement media certification and monitoring committee.


Shri Sahu visited the polling booth of Patna, Sangari polling station of Jamia Nagar and material distribution and return and counting site of the District of the District, located in the district headquarters, Baikunthpur, after observing various rooms by visiting Rajshree Ramnuj Higher Secondary School, Bakundathpur and there, electricity, water, toilets, furniture And to ensure the arrangements of ramps etc. for the Divisions. During this time they saw the programs of voter awareness organized at these places. He also took part in the voting booth organized by students and ordinary citizens in the Bakunthpur District Collectorate Complex. He praised the huge and attractive Rangoli made under the Voter Awareness Campaign to inspire voters. Shri Sahu also appreciated the various programs and efforts being run under voter awareness in Korea district.
On this occasion, the security nodal officer of the Assembly election and the Inspector General of Police Mr. Deepanu Kabra, Additional Chief Electoral Officer Dr s. Returning Officer of Bhartidasan, District Election Officer and Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur, Mr. Narinder Dugga, District Superintendent of Police, Mr. Vivek Shukla, Joint Chief Electoral Officer, Smt. Padmini Bhoi Sahu, Returning Officer of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Assembly Area No. Shri R.A. Kurnavanshi, Assembly Area No. 2, Returning Officer, Maninderagar, Mrs. Tulika P Other prominent officials were present at the meeting.




Assembly election 2018 : Chief Election Officer Shri Subrat Sahu appreciated the various programs and efforts being run under voter awareness in Korea district


Koriya 16 Nov.

Chief election officer Shri Subrat Sahu has been present in the district headquarters of Baikunthpur on November 15 for reviewing the election functions. He observed the Patna and Jamgahna Sangwari polling booths which came under the Baikunthpur Vikaskhand in Korea District. During this time they saw the programs of voter awareness organized at these places. He also took part in the voting booth organized by students and ordinary citizens in the Bakunthpur District Collectorate Complex.

He praised the huge and attractive Rangoli made under the Voter Awareness Campaign to inspire voters. Shri Sahu appreciated the various programs and efforts being run under voter awareness in Korea district.




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