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Assembly election 2018 : 7 lakh 87 thousand 703 voters will use their franchise


Mahasamund 17 Nov.

A total of 1,773 polling stations have been set up in the four assembly constituencies under the Assembly Elections-2014 in the district by the Election Commission of India. There are 7,87,703 voters in total. Which includes 3 lakh 91 thousand 304 male voters, 3 lakh 96 thousand 106 female voters, the other 21 and service voters 272. Assembly constituencies - 268 polling stations under the Sarai Pali, 286 polling booths in assembly constituency -40 busas, 273 polling stations in 41 assembly constituencies-41 Khalari and 246 polling stations under Assembly constituency-42 Mahasamund. Of these, there are one lakh 90 thousand 751 voters in Saraypali assembly constituency, in which male voters 95 thousand 882 and women 94 thousand 811 voters, the other two voters and service voters are 56.

There are 2 lakh 5 thousand 542 voters in the assembly constituency. Among them, male voter is one lakh two thousand 369 and female one lakh 3 thousand 78 voters, the other three voters and service voters 92. Khallari assembly constituency has one lakh 99 thousand 230 voters. These included male voters 98 thousand 559 and female one lakh 621 voters, the other 8 voters and service voters are 42.

There are 1 lakh 92 thousand 180 voters in Mahasamund assembly constituency, in which male voters 94 thousand 494 and female 97 thousand 596 voters, the other 8 voters and service voters 82.
 Similarly, the Divajangan voter of the district is 6 thousand 629. Among them, 4 thousand 889 voters of bone disrupted, 796 voters of visually impaired and 941 voters of hearing impediment.

Among them, there are 1127 voters in Basti disrupted in Saraypali, 191 voters of visually impaired and 389 voters of Hearing Impact. There are 1175 voters in Basti disrupted buses, 209 voters of visually impaired and 253 voters of hearing impediment. There are 1348 voters in Basti disrupted in Khallari, 230 visually impaired and 130 voters disrupted. There are 1239 voters of Basti disrupted, 167 voters of visually impaired and 169 voters disrupted in Mahasamund.




ssembly election 2018 Various programs ranging from 100% voting in Belsunda polling station


Mahasamund Organizing various programs for voting cent percent of voting in the Village Belasonda Ankit Model Polling Station for voting on 20th November under the voter awareness sweep plan under the direction of the Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Himashikhar Gupta. was done. On this occasion, Dr. Malti Tiwari District Nodal Officer, Shri Ajay Kumar Raja, Smt. Saraswati Verma, Government Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya Post Graduate College, Mahasamund under the leadership of Shri Niaz Ali Indian, National Service Scheme of Government Mother Karma Indian of Education College, Self-Seven Students Students Voters voted by the ideal polling station selected for assembly elections by Displaying the view of voting in Divya, elderly, third gender, young voter, rural women's costumes for non-voting. On this occasion, arrangements for police and Kotwar were also shown in this scene. Also it was also displayed. Divisions were shown carrying the booth to the wheel chair. On this occasion, voters were encouraged by going out of the house with slogan. Students dance in the awareness awareness-based awareness song on the village intersection. All the members of the family and those whose age is 18 years old have been made voter ID and they have been sworn in to inspire voting.

 




Divya Votant Awareness Sammelan concludes at Bagbahara


Under the theme Smooth, Inclusive of Mahamamand, November 16, 2018 / Legislative Assembly Election 2018, Director and Collector of District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta, and Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue and Assistant Returning Officer, Bagbahara, Shri D.D. Under the guidance of Mandavi, a conference was held in the town hall of Bagbahara from 11 am onwards to participate in Divine People's participation in easy voting for Divyanjnon. Divya voters played their part in the conference from the Khalari assembly panchayats. Mr. Pankaj Dahire, Chief Executive Officer of Janpad Panchayat Bagbahra welcomed all the people present in the Vidhan Sabha elections in 2018, provided detailed information about the facilities given by the Election Commission to the Divisions and in all the Divisions on November 20 in the Legislative Assembly elections Appeals to use the franchise.
Presented by the people of Divya, people are proud to be a voter, by putting a badge. Vision Interrupted Vidyalaya presented songs on voter awareness through Karmapaper's Divas. Kavita, Song, Nukkad Natak, Rawat Nacha Program was presented by the young voters of the college regarding voter awareness programs. Demand for voting through wheelchair was presented by Divyanganj. Song related to voter awareness was presented by Kasturba Residential School. In between, Surat Jhan Bhulahu was sloganing the words of Mr. Yahu ji and voting for people through various slogans of voter awareness. All the devotees were sworn to motivate themselves and all members of their family to vote. On this occasion, Shri Vishwanath Panagahi, Member of the District sweep committee, Secretary, Mr. Mr. Rekhraj Sharma, Assistant District Nodal Officer of Sweep, Mr. Pramod Kumar Kannauj, Mr. K.R. Kawachi, Assistant Professor, Shri Om Prakash Maravi, Tehsil office, Mr. Rajesh Kaushik, Mr. Tandon, Mr. Shashi Pratap Singh, Mr. Lakhanlal Sahu, Mr. Niranjan Sahu, Teacher Manoj Chandrakrakar, Rekha Chauhan, Mr. Lokesh Yadav and others including Anganwadi workers and college youth of Bagbahara. Voters were present. The program was conducted by Shri Vijay Sharma and the gratitude was given by Shri Gagan Sharma.




Assembly election 2018 The arrangement for the arrival and lodging of the polling parties


As per the directive of the Election Commission of India, 16 November 2018 / India, in the Mahasamund district, the distribution centers of 39-Saraipali and 40-buses were arranged in the Government Child Higher Secondary School Sarai Pali and the Legislative Assembly 41 Khalari and 42-Mahasamund Distribution Center Mandi Prangan Patiyazar Mahasamund. is. 17 organizations and Dharamsala have been acquired in Saraypali for staying on November 18, 2018, for the purpose of implementation of the Election Commission's directive for the employees' welfare. In front of the pre-matric child hostel post office, Saraypali, behind the girl hostel, Saraipali, in front of Mandir High School, All India Radio. Government High Secondary School Behind BEO Offices, MS GO In front of the Government East Secondary School Ram Temple, in front of the Government Girls Pre-Secondary Shala Sarai Pali Meera Sadi Center, the Government Girls High Secondary School Sarai Pali, Saraswati Shishu Mandir, Jhilmila Saraipali, Agharia Hostel Saryapali, Raja Virendra Bahadur Singh Government College Sarai Pali, Agrawal Dharamshala Sarai Pali, Geeta Bhawan Saraypali, Ivas Woodland School, Saryapali, K.G. Convent School Sarai Pali, Pre Matric child hostel, Saraipali, Post Matric child hostel, Saraipali, RBC, towards hospital road. Arrangements have been made at places such as Bhawan, Saraipali etc.
 Similarly, 12 institutions have been acquired in Mahasamund, among them the Green Valley School Ashram Complex Mahasamund, Chhattisgarh. Higher Secondary School, Broonda Chowk, Mahasamund, Saraswati Shishu Temple, Bhalasar Road, Mahasamund, Government Child High School Secondary School, Near Mahamasamund, Babusha Samskar Higher Secondary School, Mini Stadium, Mahasamund, Aasi Bai Golchha Mahasamund, Chandraya Public School Bagbahara Road, Mahasamund, New Holi Maheshamand, Dev Culture School Club, Parra Mahasamund, Wadden in front of Faith School New Mandi Road Memorial School Bronda square mahasamund and Dikpi.ask Arrangements have been made to stay at the school Bagbahara Road, Mahasamund.
 At the same time, for the polling booths in the Mahasamund and Khallari Assembly, 13 buses from Mahasamund, 8 buses from Bagbahara and 7 booths from Pithora will be sent to the yatra. Similarly, for the polling booths of Saraipali and Basana whose duty is located in Khallari and Mahasamund, seven buses from SaraiPali, 9 from Busana and 10 from Pithora will leave for Mahasamund. At 8 am and 9 am, buses will depart from Mahasamund, Bagbahara, Pithora, Basna, Sarai Pali.

 




Assembly election 2018 Third training of polling parties on 18th November


Mahasamund The third training of polling parties will be held on November 18, 2018 from 2 pm to 5 pm, under 16 November 2018 / Assembly Election 2018. In this training, the officers and employees who will be voted as the voters, will be included in the training. Among them, number one to 150 polling personnel will be present in the Government Model Higher Secondary School Mahasamand in Vidhan Sabha Mahasamand-42. In the Government Ashbai Higher Secondary School, Mahasamund, the voting will be held from 151 to 246 and all the reserved constituencies will be present in the assembly. Similarly, in Vidhan Sabha Khallari-41, Vedner Memorial Higher Secondary School Mahasamund will be present in the polling booth No. 1 to 273 and all the reserved constituencies of Vidhan Sabha Khallari. For the Assembly Basana-40, the IEMS will be present in the polling station No. 1 to 286 in Kurla and all the reserved seats will be present in the assembly. Likewise, in the Assembly Saraipalali- 39, the group number 1 to 210 and the Gopinath Ashram Joganipali Quetta will be present in the polling station No. 211 to 268 and all the Reserves assembly constituencies will be present in St. Platty Shala Quetta.

 




Legislative Assembly Election 2018: The arrangements for the arrival and lodging of the polling parties


Mahasamund 15 Nov.

As per the directive of the Election Commission of India, the Legislative Assembly in the Mahasamund district has been set-up 39-Saraipali and 40-buses for distribution centers of Government School Higher Secondary School Sarai Pali and Assembly of 41 Khalari and 42-Mahasamand Distribution Center Mandi Praghana Patiyazar Mahasamund. 17 organizations and Dharamsala have been acquired in Saraypali for staying on November 18, 2018, for the purpose of implementation of the Election Commission's directive for the employees' welfare. In front of the pre-matric child hostel post office, Saraypali, the women's hostel behind the girl hostel, in front of the temple high school, All India Radio. Government High Secondary School BEO's Office, M. S.G. In the presence of the Government East Secondary School Ram Mandir, Government Girls Pre-Secondary School Saraipalali Meera Sari Center, Government Girls High Secondary School Saraipalali

Saraswati Shishu Mandir Jhilmila Sarai Pali, Agharia Hostel Saryapali, Self. Raja Virendra Bahadur Singh Government College Sarai Pali, Agrawal Dharamshala Sarai Pali, Geeta Bhawan Saraypali, Ivas Woodland School, Saryapali, K.G. Caveant School Saryapali, Pre Matric child hostel, Saraipalali, Post Matric child hostel, Saraipali, RBC, towards hospital road. Arrangements have been made at places such as Bhawan, Saraipali etc.

Likewise, 12 institutions have been acquired in Mahasamund, in which the Green Valley School Ashram Compalex Mahasamund, Chh. Higher Secondary School, Broonda Chowk Mahasamund, Saraswati Shishu Temple, Bhalasar Road, Mahasamund, Government Child Higher Secondary School, near the mini stadium, Mahasamund, Babus Sanskar near Higher Secondary School, Mini Stadium, Mahasamund Ashi Bai Golchha Mahasamund, Chandrayaan Public School Bagbahra Road Mahasamund, New Holi Faith School, New Mandi Road, Mahasamund, Dev Culture School Club, Para Mahasamund, Vedner Memorial School, Brooda Chowk, Mahasamund and DPS. Arrangements have been made to stay at the school Bagbahara Road, Mahasamund.

Simultaneously, for the polling booths in Mahasamund and Khallari Assembly, 13 buses from Mahasamund, 8 buses from Bagbahara and 7 booths from Pithora will be sent to the yatra. Similarly, for the polling booths of Saraipali and Basana whose duty is located in Khallari and Mahasamund, seven buses from Saraipali, 9 from Busana and 10 from Pithora will leave for Mahasamund. At 8 am and 9 am, buses will depart from Mahasamund, Bagbahara, Pithora, Basna, Saraypali.




Display of sweep activities in the Bagbahra for Divyang voters


Mahasamund 15 Nov.

Under Sweep Program, various activities have been organized to make the voters aware about the Assembly Election 2018, accessible and well-organized and inclusive themes in Town Hall, Bagbahra, on 16th November. In which young voters performed Nookak Drama, Song, E.L.C. Activities will be organized in partnership with Divya voters etc. For this, departmental officer revenue and assistant returning officer, Bagbahara, have been given responsibility for the work of the officers of different departments.




Voters of Tamri Sector burnt human chain and lamp and resolved to vote


Mahasamund 15 Nov.

Under the guidance of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Himshikhar Gupta and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mahasamund and President District Sweep Committee, Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi today, according to the Sweep Action Plan in Tamari, Khallari Vidhan Sabha, to motivate more and more people to vote. To fulfill the goal of hundred percent vote under Voter Awareness Campaign Various programs were organized for the purpose, In which chiefly the government high school, in the field of Tamari, by writing hundred percent votes in rotation, constructing a human chain, burning a lamp in the field and centering 100 percent votes, drawing on finger through Rangoli, was inspired to create a picture and vote Took oath to vote.

The voters present were encouraged to vote by securing the name of Mr. Jahangir Bhuttohu Ji by Secretary Sweep Mr. Rekhraj Sharma and slogans and other slogans. The program was attended by people from Tamari and nearby villages Patraparpali, Khurshi Pahar, Chandrapur Sivni, Sonamundi, Karhidihi, Salhebhantha, Deori, Brahmandih. Assistant District Nodal Officer Sweep Mr. Pramod Kumar Kannauj, Development Block Education Officer Mr. K.R. Kovachi, Principal of Government Higher Secondary School Temari, Mr. Sandeep Sahu, Teacher Vijay Sharma, P.T.I. H.R. Devganan College Assistant Professor Om Prakash Muravi, Taxation Officer Lakhanlal Sahu, Sunder Sahu, package coordinator Neelima Sahu, secretary Chandrakant Sahu, Swachh Bharat Mission, Preeti Pandey, Krishna Deewan, Sajjad Khan Manju Tharani, Anganwadi workers and officials were present in the rural areas.




Legislative Assembly Election 2018: Financing of Micro Observer Training


Mahasamund 15 Nov.

On the guidance and direction of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himshikhar Gupta, for the smooth editing of Vidhan Sabha Election 2018, today the Central Officers and Bankers were trained as micro observers in the Zilla Panchayat's meeting room. On this occasion, Mr. Dipchand, observer of Sarai Palali assembly, - D.J. Jadeja Assembly- 41 Mr. Badri Nath Choubey, observer of Khallari, Assembly- 42, Mr. R., observer of Mahasamund. The training of micro observers was done in the presence of Rajesh Kumar. So that the work of voting can be done in a proper manner. He specifically emphasized cooperation and co-ordination with the presiding officer and voting party. He said that all the micro observer polling stations should be reached at the scheduled time. Keep coordination with sector officials. The general observers appointed by the Assembly also guided micro observers.

Training by Master Trainer Shri Himanshu Bharati through Power Presentation On this occasion, officers of District Bankers, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, Kendriya Vidyalaya, LIC, including Lead Bank officials were present.




Arrangement of strong security forces during the voting in the district The Superintendent of Police apprised the observers about the availability and arrangement of the security forces.


Mahasamund General observer general observer, Mr. Deepchand, appointed for the four assembly seats in the district including Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta, Mr. D.J. Jadeja, Shri Badri Nath Choubey, Shri R. In the presence of Rajesh Kumar, Expenditure Observer, Shri Ram Singh Shekhawat and Security Observer Dr. Siddharth Mohan Jain, Superintendent of Police, Mr. Santosh Kumar Singh, held a meeting of the Collectorate here today to arrange for the security forces to complete the poll in the district in connection with the assembly elections 2018. In connection with detailed information through PowerPoint presentation. He said that adequate arrangements have been made for the security forces for the purpose of conducting smooth polling in the district. He said that uniformed and special police officers would be deployed at all booths. The Superintendent of Police told that the security forces will be deployed at the places like Strong Room, Thana, Naka Point etc. He also informed about the Naxal-affected, sensitive, politically sensitive places. He said that each camp of the paramilitary forces will be deployed in the Naxal affected areas at 16 places in the district. Out of these forces, the forces will be deployed in the Naxal-affected areas of polling stations. In this regard, he explained the distribution system and their deployment of security forces in this regard. The meeting was also conducted by the Director of Information and Science, Shri Anand Soni and the Micro Observer was also randomized. Apart from this, details of webcasting locations were also provided in detail. On this occasion Additional Officers including Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan were present.




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