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District Transportation Department releases order for vehicle owners Action on the vehicle will be prohibited


According to information received from Surajpur, November 16, 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Shri K.C.Devsenapati, according to information received from the District Transport Officer, Mr. Atul Asayya, in the General Assembly Elections 2018, the prison inmates may not be able to get the vehicle for election work. The District Transport Department has issued a decree for the vehicle owners that in case of non-availability of vehicles in the prescribed time on the instructions of the RTO officials, action will be taken against the respective vehicle owners against the Public Representation Act. In this case vehicle owners can be imprisoned for one year. In case of defiance of the order, a case will be lodged against the vehicle owner under section 168 of the IPC and section 167 of the People's Representation Act. In the scenario of assembly elections, 380 vehicles are required in Surajpur district, in which 15 passenger buses and 200 small trains will also be used for election. He said that in view of the requirement of vehicles for the election, vehicle demand has been demanded from the owners of the vehicle, and due process of action will be taken against them.




Legislative Assembly General Election 2018 Officers appointed to coordinate and communicate and share office information


Surajpur, November 16, 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Shri K.C.Devsenapati has said that in the context of the general election of 2018, the Police Observer appointed by the Election Commission of India, New Delhi, Mr. Sandeep Singh Chauhan, IPS (Legislative Assembly 04-Premnagar and 05-Bhatgaon) To coordinate and share dialogue and official information, the Deputy Collector of Surajpur district, Mr. Wahidur Rahman Shah Mobile Number 79870-01223 has been appointed.

 




Inspection of Strong Room by Chief Election Officer Shri Sahu


Surajpur 15 Nov.

During today's visit to Surajpur by Chhattisgarh Chief Election Officer Mr. Subrata Sahu, the officers were given necessary instructions to the officials while inspecting the Strong Room of the Vidhan Sabha area 04-Premnagar, 05-Bhatgaon and 06-Pratappur, in the Government's IIT Bhawan Parri, Surajpur. He also inspected the voting, distribution room, storage room and counting rooms installed in Government IIT Building, Parri, Surajpur.

While inspecting the venue for the media gallery by Shri Sahu, the media representatives visited and visited the meeting and meeting room. During the counting, he reviewed the gallery set for the visits of political parties and media representatives. Inspecting the spot for distribution of Electronic Voting Machine and VVPAT by Shri Sahu, the officers instructed them to easily distribute and store EVMs. During the inspection, the security nodal officer of the assembly election and the Inspector General of Police Raipur Mr. Deepanshu Kabra, Additional Chief Electoral Officer Dr. S. Bhartidasan, Collector and District Election Officer, Shri KC Devsenapati, Joint Chief Electoral Officer, Smt. Padmini Bhoi Sahu, Superintendent of Police, Shri G.S. Jaiswal, Returning Officer of Pratappur Vidhan Sabha area, Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha and other officials were present.




Legislative Assembly General Election 2018: Complete sealing work in the presence of candidates and representatives


Surajpur 15 Nov.

Commissioning of Electronic Voting Machines (Siling) for the Legislative Assembly election for the three General Assembly elections in 2018 today, Returning Officer of Collector and District Election Officer and Returning Officer of District Assembly Premnagar in Suri Vajpur, Mr. K. Deesenaapati, general observer of Vidhan Sabha Pratappur IAS Mr. Bijay Kumar Nayak , General Assembly of the Assembly, Bhatgaon, IAS, Shri Amgothu R Naik

The engineers and sector officials of ECIL (Electronic Corporation of India Limited) were present in the presence of the General Observer of the Assembly constituency Prem Nagar IAS Shri A. Tambikanta, the candidates and their representatives. A total of 926 machines were commissioned on the last day of the sealing. There are a total of 293 machines for Assembly constituency Premnagar, 328 machines for Bhatgaon assembly constituency and 305 machines for Pratappur. Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. KC Devsenapati, while taking stock of the EVM commissioning, give necessary instructions to the sector officials and voting officers. During this time, he got information regarding preparedness by asking the number of ballot units and VVPAT being commissioned by sector officials. He told the sector officials that in the slip of the EVM and VVPat machine being commissioned, must write the name of the polling number and polling station and paste it into the machine.

Be sure to insert VVPAT testing seal behind each slip of the emblem removed from VVPAT during commissioning. After sealing, put the slices in a pink colored envelope and paste the required information above the envelope. He said that the list of ID number of each machine has been prepared,

Make sure to match the machines being commissioned from that list, in order to avoid any kind of dilemma. The collector said that keep VVPAT away from the sunlight directly, so that due to sunlight the machine does not get any malfunction. He directed the Sector officials to send back the Strong Room after certifying with the concerned election officer if the allotted EVMs and VVPat machines were commissioned under the Randomization.

And commissioning of reserved machines. He instructed the sector officials to be patient and seriously commissioning of the commissioning of machines today. It is known that the EVM and VVPAT machines allocated for the three assemblies have been kept in the Strong Room located at the IIT Bhavan Parri, Surajpur. These machines are being protected by the CRPF jawans. On this occasion, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat and Returning Officer of Pratappur Vidhan Sabha Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, Bhattgaon Vidhan Sabha constituency's election officer Mr. KP Sai, Deputy Collector Mr. Ravi Singh, SDM Surajpur Dr. Subhash Singh Raj, SDM Pratappur Mr. CS Pandara, SDM Bhayyathan Mrs. Jyoti Singh along with other officers were present.




Political ads require authentication one day before voting


Surajpur 15 Nov.

Mr. Subrat Sahu, Chief Electoral Officer of Chhattisgarh, has said that the authentication of the political advertisement published in the print media and a day before polling day is essential from the district level and the state level MCMC committee. Thus, the pre-certification of the political advertisement of the political party, candidate or other institution being published on November 19 and 20 is necessary.




Medical treatment instructions for voting staff


Surajpur 15 Nov.

According to the letter issued by the Chief Electoral Officer of Chhattisgarh on 9th November, according to the directive of the commission regarding the provision of medical treatment to the security forces, officials and employees associated with the election work while relaxing the rules of Sanjivani Sahayata during the Legislative Assembly elections 2018. Has received.

Collector and District Election Officer Shri K.C. Devsenapati said that during the Vidhan Sabha elections 2018, relaxing the rules of Sanjeevani fund, providing security to the security forces, officers and employees related to the election process, in relation to providing medical treatment to the Superintendent of Police, Chief Medical and Health Officer, in-charge of the vehicle system and in charge of staff welfare cell Kari asked to take necessary action as directed by the Commission.

Chief Electoral Officer has informed that in order to provide Medical treatment by the central Reserve Police, Outside security forces, Teachers cadre of panchayat and urban bodies, Non-governmental employees such as bus driver, cleaner etc, special category, Sanjivani Saha Yojana Regarding the guidance received from the commission. For election work, employees of Central Police Force from outside the state will be eligible for contingent treatment assistance under Sanjivani Saha for any type of accident under the geographical boundaries of the state during the election duty.

Such voting personnel, ie panchayat teachers, urban body teachers, who are not regular employees of the state government and whose cases are not considered under normal circumstances under the Sanjivani Sahayata Fund, they also have been given Chhattisgarh State For any type of accident under the geographical bounds, contingency assistance under Sanjivani Sahayana Saha Received will be eligible. During the election duty of non-government employees, such as drivers, conductors, cleaners, assistants etc. engaged in the election work, the eligibility of accidental aid assistance under the Sanjivani Sahayana Saha for any type of accident under the geographical boundaries of Chhattisgarh State will be eligible.




Guidelines for necessary arrangement near polling station


Surajpur 15 Nov.

Collector and District Election Officer, Shri K.C. Devsenapati said that directions have been issued to ensure the necessary arrangements near the voting center by the Election Commission for the smooth conduct of Legislative Assembly Election 2018. He has asked the dutiful officers and employees to ensure the action as directed by the Commission. Various instructions have been issued by the Commission for prevention measures near polling booths and for establishment of election booth by political parties and candidates. He said that no booth will be established by any political party or candidate within the 200 meters of polling booth. Even if there is more than one polling station, only one booth of the candidates will be established outside the 200 meters of polling place.

According to the season, instructions have been given to make booth by installing an umbrella, tarpaulin, cloth for two people by placing a chair and 1 table, and not to be covered with Kanat or tent. Each candidate who wants to install booth, returning officer will be informed in writing in advance, including the name of polling station, along with the written permission from the concerned official or local authority such as corporation, municipal, district council etc. The workers present in the booth have to keep these permissions together to present the police, electoral officials. Such booths will be used for distributing non-official identity slips to voters. This identity slip candidate will be nominated in the format prescribed by the candidate, names of political parties, symbols. Only one banner on the booth where the candidate's name, party and election symbol can be displayed.

Such a banner should not be more than 3 feet long and one and a half feet chaudee. This banner will be removed by the authorities after its violation. Under any circumstances, the voters who have entered the crowd or polling will not be gathered on the booth. According to the rules established by the commission, it will be recognized by being engaged in an inked ink finger. The workers present on the booth will not obstruct the voters who are going to cast their vote, going to the other booths booths or obstruct the independence of the voters' franchise. No voter will be tempted and bound to come to the booth so that he comes in a particular booth and the voter can take non-official identification slip for voting by going to the booth of the candidate or party candidate.

If any officer is negligent in the immediate compliance of written instructions, then he is guilty of discharging governmental obligations. Commission to maintain law and order in the election process at the voting site on polling day and on counting day on counting day, bringing the cell phones, cardless phones, wireless phones, etc. within the radius of 100 meters of these sites and other persons authorized in the house. And does not allow use. These guidelines have been directed to bring all the candidates, their election agents and all the political parties in compliance with the information and strict adherence.




Issue of objectionable / ineligible list of Multipurpose Health Worker (Female / Male)


Surajpur 15 Nov.

According to the information received from Chief Medical and Health Officer, Dr. V. Vaish, in the direction of Mr. K.C.Devsenapati, Collector, till July 22, 2018 for training of Multipurpose Health Worker (men) and for Multipurpose Health Worker (Women) training till 03 October 2018, Chief Medical and Health Officer The application was invited in the office.Whose character / ineligible list can be viewed from the notice board of the office and the notice board of the website of Surajpur District. Candidates / candidates in the said list are required to submit claim objection if they can appear in the office Chief Medical and Health Officer Surajpur by 05.00PM on November 19, 2018. No claim will be entertained on the claim objection received after the prescribed.




Training today on 16th November at Government Children's Higher Secondary School Surajpur


Surajpur 15 Nov.

According to information received from Collector and Deputy District Election Officer, Mr. KP Singh, in the direction of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. K.C. Devsenapati, the election material distribution and collection center for the assembly elections 2018, IIT Bhawan Parri Surajpur, Districts for Distribution and Storage Duties of the work officers / employees in different offices of has gone. In which the Department of Materials distribution and Storage Officer for the Regional Area 04 Premnagar Mr. H.R. Kanwar V. Officer, District Panchayat, Surajpur, 05. Incharge Officer for distribution and collection of material for Bhatgaon, Mr. Upendra Tiwari, Taxpayer Officer, District Panchayat, Surajpur, and Distribution of material for 05 Pratappur.

And Mr. S.N. Patel, the Chief of the charge in-charge, has been appointed as the Assistant Commissioner of Tribal Development Surajpur. Training of all the designated officers / employees for distribution and collection of legislative election material will be done today at 16:00 in the Government Children's Higher Secondary School Surajpur on November 16.




Start of silting work in presence of candidates and representatives The collector has given the necessary directions to the zonal and sector officials


Surajpur commissioning of Electronic Voting Machines (Siling) for the three Assembly seats for Surajpur, 2018 Assembly constituency, Collector and District Election Officer, Surajpur and returning officer of Vidhan Sabha constituency Premanagar, Shri K. Deesenaapati, general observer of assembly Pratappur IAS Mr. Bijay Kumar Nayak, General Assembly of Assembly, Bhatgaon, IAS, Shri A Engineers and sector officials of ECIL (Electronic Corporation of India Limited) were present in the presence of Magothu R Naik, General Assembly of the Assembly constituency Premnagar, IAS Shri A. Tambikanta, candidates and their representatives. Today, on the first day, a total of 79 machines were commissioned. There are a total of 20 machines for assembly constituency Premnagar, a total of 40 machines for Bhatgaon Assembly constituency and a total of 19 machines for Pratappur.
Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. KC Deveshnapati, while taking stock of the EVM commissioning, give necessary instructions to the sector officials and voting officers. During this time, he got information regarding preparedness by asking the number of ballot units and VVPAT being commissioned by sector officials. He told the sector officials that in the slip of the EVM and VVPat machine being commissioned, must write the name of the polling number and polling station and paste it into the machine. Be sure to insert VVPAT testing seal behind each slip of the emblem removed from VVPAT during commissioning. After sealing, put the slices in a pink colored envelope and paste the required information above the envelope. He said that the list of the ID number of each machine has been prepared, with the matching number of machines being commissioned from that list, so that no dilemma is available. The collector said that keep VVPAT away from the sunlight directly, so that due to sunlight the machine does not get any malfunction. He directed the Sector officials to certify the allotted EVMs and VVPat machines during the commissioning of all machines under the Randomization and after returning the certified to the concerned election officer, send back the Strong Room and do commissioning from reserved machines. He instructed the sector officials to be patient and seriously commissioning of the commissioning of machines today. It is known that the EVM and VVPAT machines allocated for the three assemblies have been kept in the Strong Room located at the IIT Bhavan Parri, Surajpur. These machines are being protected by the CRPF jawans.
On this occasion, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat and Returning Officer of Pratappur Vidhan Sabha Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, Bhattgaon Vidhan Sabha constituency's election officer Mr. KP Sai, Deputy Collector Mr. Ravi Singh, SDM Surajpur Dr. Subhash Singh Raj, SDM Pratappur Mr. CS Pandara, SDM Bhayyathan Mrs. Jyoti Singh along with other officers were present.




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