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Assembly election 2018 Activism of the common people increased in C-Vizil More than a thousand complaints received from the app Immediate action on the complaints of liquor, blanket distribution and political propaganda in the temple

For the second phase of elections in Korea, November 15, 2018 / Chhattisgarh, voting will be held on November 20 in 72 seats. The activities of political parties and candidates are increasing rapidly. Political cognition and activism have also increased in the general public. The complaints of the Model Code of Conduct from the people are being received continuously by the Election Commission of India on the C-Wijel App (Citizen's Vigil App). The complaints have so far crossed the figure of one thousand. After this app has been activated, till November 14, a total of one thousand two hundred and five complaints have been received. Of this, more than 98 percent has been solved, while the balance is being processed.
          Officials said that in the received complaints, 714 required action was taken, while 469 were canceled. Because such complaint was without evidence or incomplete information. The operation on 22 is on. Receipt of grievances received by candidates from the supporters, distribution of liquor, blanket distribution, unauthorized banners - posters are being received. On the basis of these complaints, the FIR has been registered by the watchdog to the FIR along with the seizure. After the complaint of liquor distribution in Kataghora and Korba, the seizure of the material was taken immediately after taking immediate action. There was a complaint of blanket distribution in Narayanpur. The action on which the blankets received at the site were also seized. Similarly, in the Shankar Nagar area of ​​the fort, a complaint was received regarding the political advertisement in the temple, the complaint received on the spot was found correct and an FIR has been lodged against the advertisers. Complaints are the complaints of the highest number of unauthorized banner posters. Apart from this, other matters of violation of code of conduct, including unauthorized transportation of publicity material, are included.
   There are many people who are complaining about C-Visil, who are unable to send proper evidence with the complaint. Apart from this, the complaints are being submitted with incomplete information. Many complaints in received complaints are therefore invalid.
  Of the complaints received from the C-Vizel App, 288 complaints were received in Raipur, followed by 135 in the fort and 116 complaints in Raigad. Similarly, in the lowest Balrampur, 6 and Dantewada and Bijapur 7-7 complaints have been received.
 A separate control room has been set up in the Chief Electoral Officer's office to solve the complaints received on C-Visel. Chief Election Officer Mr. Subrata Sahu is personally monitoring the action taken on complaints received daily.
Efforts are being made to ensure the adherence of Model Code of Conduct during assembly elections-2012 in the state. The Election Commission of India has started an Android-based app during the assembly elections and has arranged to issue a complaint to the Commission for prompt action for violation of the code of conduct. This app can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store.
       It is worth mentioning that the picture and video of the error can be sent through the app through the applying the error during the election process. During the election, if any voter finds that the Code of Conduct is being violated, then he can send his complaint to this app. For this, the complainant can download the photo or video of the event directly by loading the C-vidil application down on the phone. To distribute money or gift for the voter, giving provocative speeches, without permission banner-poster, liquor distribution, making arrangements without permission, unauthorized material transport, meeting after expiry of promotional time, 200 meters of polling center, including publicity Only the complaints of any other code of conduct violation can be done through this app.

Information about the C-tips given to Presiding and Sector officials through video conferencing

Koriya 14 Nov

Chhattisgarh's Chief Electoral Officer office today gave detailed information of the C-Topps app to the Presiding and Sector Officers through the video conferencing in the video conferencing room of the District collectorate and Video conferencing room of NIC.

It was informed in the video conference that through C-Topps App, tracking of all election activities of polling parties would be tracking. The Election Commission of India, Chief Election Officer Chhattisgarh, Collector and District Election Officer, Returning Officer and Superintendent of Police from the Website Desboard, monitor the activities of the polling parties through the Sea Topps app. Information about the departure of polling parties, time to arrive in the polling station, the mopspole and voting start will be given from the Sea Topps app.

Information about voting percentages of women and men will also be updated in this app every two hours after the voting starts. The voting poll results will be the final ballot poll. In this way, every activity will be monitored from the departure of the polling party from the C-Topps app to the return of polling parties and collection of material by voting parties after the completion of polling. It was also informed in the video conference that the highly cumbersome polling centers would not be effective. Following video conferencing, detailed information was given by C. Narendra Kumar Dugga, Returning Officer of District Election Officer and Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Bakuntalpur.

Returning officer of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Returning Officer, RA Kuruvanshi, Returning Officer of Vidhan Sabha Area No. 2 Mannagar, Mrs. Tulika Prajapati, Presiding and Sector Officer were present in the video conference.

For the second phase of voting Chief Electoral Officer Li-Video-Conference

Directions given to District Electoral Officers

Polling will be held in 72 constituencies in the second phase on November 20

Chief Election Officer, Shri Subrat Sahu, on 13th November, through video conferencing on November 13 in connection with the polling in the 72 constituencies in the second phase, after the first phase of polling in the first phase of Chhattisgarh assembly elections 2007, Of He took information related to election results from District Election Officers of the respective assembly constituencies for the second phase and gave necessary directions.
They gave necessary instructions regarding the re-reporting of polling parties with the nuances of the technical aspects of EVM and VVPAT, including ensuing departure of polling parties.
During the video conferencing, Additional Chief Electoral Officer Dr S. Bhartidasan, Joint CEO, Smt. Padmini Bhoi Sahu and Dr. K.K.R. Other officers including Singh, Master Trainer Pulak Bhattacharya, and Mr. Rupesh Verma were present.

Legal service program will be held till 18th November at district and tehsil level

Korea, November 13, 2018 / Secretary of District Legal Services Authority, Baikunthpur, said here today that the conduct of the Legal Services Program till November 18 at the district and tehsil level in the guidance of District and Sessions Judge and Chairman of District Legal Services Authority Baikunthpur, Mr. Vijay Kumar Ekka. Will be done. In which free legal services will be made available to the weaker sections of society and marginalized persons by the Legal Services Institute. For this, Legal Assistance Desk will be set up on the lines of Door to Door appointed by the Legal Aid Clinic and PLV by the Home Home Campaign and the judicial premises of Bakundathpur and Mannagar, Chirmiri and Janakpur. Legal aid will be provided to the parties in the legal aid desk. Apart from this, organizing a legal literacy camp in the community building, schools and prisons through painting competition and all the judicial officers in collaboration with Education Department, Nalsa and Chh. The film related to the legal issue provided by State Legal Services Authority Bilaspur will also be displayed.


Assembly election 2018 : Notice to the amount of expenditure Mr. Sanjay Singh issued notice to

Koriya 13 Nov

Returning Officer of Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3 Baikunthpur, Shri Narendra Singh Dugga has given the information of expenditure in writing to Mr. Sanjay Singh Kamro, in connection with the special item of promotion put on his personal social media (Facebook) page. Notice is issued, So that expenses incurred under section 77 (2) of the Representation of Pupil Act 1951 can be added to their expenditure account. He said that the daily monitoring of the publicity material is being done on all the media of the media by the media scrutiny and certification committee at the district level.


Assembly election 2018 District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga did inspection of EVM commissioning work

Korea, November 13, 2018 / District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga reached the Government Ramanuj Higher Secondary School here today and reviewed the commissioning work of EVM machines for the forthcoming assembly elections 2018. On this occasion, he gave the necessary guidance 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. He gave the Public Works Department the ability to ensure adequate arrangement of tent, furniture, light and sound system etc.
District Election Officer and Collector Mr. Dugga said that the distribution of the material to the polling parties would be done on 18th and 19th November and the material will be withdrawn after the voting on November 20 and the counting of votes will be done on December 11. In the meantime, Mr. Dugga gave necessary instructions to the officers present on the occasion to ensure all the arrangements, so that the election process can be done successfully without interruption. On this occasion, Additional Collector Shri R. A. Kuruvashi was present.

Assembly election 2018 Notice to 18 candidates who did not submit expenditure accounts In the immediate and forthcoming dates, expenditure register will not be presented before the observer, as per the order of the Election Commission of India.

Notices have been issued to 18 candidates who do not submit expenditure accounts by returning officers of the three assembly constituencies of Korea, November 13, 2018 / Korea District. He told that the concerned candidates or their expense agent was notified for presenting the expenditure account register on November 11, but the expenditure account register was not submitted on the date set by the candidate or his expense agent. The Election Commission of India has mandated to expend the expenditure accounting inspection in front of the Expenditure Observer in person or through the election agent at least three times during the campaign period. Returning officers have said that action will be taken according to the order of the Election Commission of India, not to present the expenditure accounts of the expenditure accounts to the expenditure auditors in the immediate and upcoming dates of the concerned candidates.
It is notable that the independent candidate Mrs. Tulika Prajapati, the returning officer of the Assembly constituency-2, Manindergarh, was elected as the independent candidate Mr. Deepak Kumar, Mr. Digambar Singh, candidate of Aam Aadmi Party Mr. Satish Kumar Singh, Janta Congress candidate of Chhattisgarh (J). Shri Lakhan Lal Srivastava, Janata Dal (United) candidate Dr. Florence Nightingale, National Edwana Party candidate Mr. Jljit Singh Poya, Goendwana Republic Party candidate Mr. Aditya Raj David, Indian Panchayat Party candidate Mr. Pratat Nisnh Bharatiya Janata has issued notice to the party's candidate, Mr. Shyam Bihari Jaiswal.
Likewise, Shri Ramanarayan Sahu, Shri Gopal Singh, Shri Chintamani Sandilya, candidate of National Gondwana Party, Mr. Lave Singh Uday, Janata Congress, Chhattisgarh (non-partisan candidates who did not submit expenditure audited by returning officer of State Assembly No. 3, Bakunthpur) J.K. candidate Shri Bihari Lal Rajwade, candidate of Aam Aadmi Party Mr. Sunil Sih The Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Mr. Biyalal raajwade Indian Panchayat Party candidate Mr. Ram Pratap Sahu and Goendwana Republic Party candidate Sanjay Singh also feature has also issued notices.

At each stage of the scheduled time for voting Media will not be able to broadcast the Opinion Poll

Koriya 12 Nov

In view of the Legislative Assembly election 2018 by the Election Commission of India, the restrictive of publishing and circulating the result is to organize the exhibit under the provisions of section 126A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 and notify the period. It is noteworthy that the notification for the assembly elections of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram and Telangana was issued by the Election Commission of India on October 6, 2018. Under this, on November 12 in Chhattisgarh, the first phase for 18 assembly constituencies in eight districts and on November 20, for the 72 constituencies of 19 districts, has been decided in the second phase.

Using the powers under sub-section (1) of the Public Representation Act, 1951 for the assembly elections, the Election Commission of India, keeping in view the provisions of sub-section (2) of this section, on 12th November from 7 am to 7 pm on the evening of December 7 The period between half past five o'clock is notified as such period.

Under the notification issued by the commission on 6th October 2018, regarding the current general elections of the State Assembly of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram and Telangana, operating any type of exit poll and publication of the results by print or electronic media or promotion It is also prohibited to spread it in other ways.

It has also been clarified by the Election Commission of India that under Section 126 (1) 'B' of the People's Representation Act, 1951, in each phase, for any termination of voting, during any 48 hours, Also, the performance of the opinion poll or the results of a polling survey or election related matters is restricted.

Assembly election 2018 : Legislative Assembly Seed Number for Bharatpur-Sonhat Sector Officer Appointment

Koriya 12 Nov

District Election Officer Shri Narendra Singh Dugga has made an annual correction in the Sector Officer Appointment of the Regional Sector No. Bharatpur-Sonhat. He was promoted by Mr. Priyalesh Prasad, sector officer of Sector No. 13 Jury. Due to accidental accident of Assistant Engineer, Public Health Mechanic Sub-Cluster Janakpur, Veterinary Assistant Engineer of Veterinary Hospital, Nagpur Dr. Komal Prasad Rai has been appointed as Sector Officer in place of Mr. Priyalesh Prasad.

Assembly election 2018 : The three general observers and police observers discussed the election with the district election officer and the superintendent of police

Koriya 12 Nov

In the case of action plan related to the security arrangements made under the Assembly Election 2018, the assembly constituency of Bharatpur-Sonhat general observer Mr. Wajir Singh Goyat, Assembly Area No. 2, Manendragarh general observer Mr. Ranendra Kumar

District Collectorate District Collectorate, District Collectorate, District Collectorate and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga and District Superintendent of Police, Mr. Vivek Shukla, jointly organized the District Observatory in Collectorate Office, Vidhan Sabha area No. 3, Baikunthpur. Discussed with On this occasion, District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Duga discussed the details of the preparations made for the observers engaged in the voting parties and preparedness for the assembly elections in the three assembly constituencies of the district. He also gave information about the government's efforts to ensure voting in the district. In the discussion, the District Superintendent of Police Mr. Vivek Shukla briefly provided the complete security arrangements made in the district.



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