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Assembly Elections- 2018: The last date for Chhattisgarh polls is now November 7


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                                                      Campaign on social media linking youth with voting

The last date for contesting 'Chhattisgarh Votes' operated on Facebook by Chhattisgarh's Chief Electoral Office office, has now become 07 November 2018. Those who have not yet participated in it, they can be entitled to a prize by participating in it till November 07. The rules and conditions required for joining the competition are available on the website of the Chief Electoral Officer's office. In the Chhattisgarh Voting Competition, the participants will receive the lyrics for a specified limit in their social media pages, with a certificate, cash prize of Rs.500 to Rs.50,000 will be awarded. This innovative campaign to increase the voting percentage through the creativity of the main electorate office to motivate young voters to vote has been started from the past 01 August. The last date for participating in the first was October 14, which has now been extended to November 07. Facebook page and Twitter handles have been prepared by the Chief Electoral Office to use social media to connect more citizens to the electoral process and make them aware about voting.

By joining these two social media platforms, the 'Chhattisgarh Votes' campaign has been launched to know all the activities of general civil assembly elections and to make their participation. This will not only increase the participation of youths in the electoral process, but also create a transparent system. This innovative initiative is being taken in a link to the voter awareness campaign to ensure smooth, well-organized and inclusive elections in the state. Many interesting competitions are being organized under this. In it, painting, sketch, photo and slogan writing category have been kept, for which seven subjects have also been given. Participants must post their posts on topics given to participate in this. Various categories of awards have been created based on the upcoming themes.

Important topics like Ethical Voting, Voter Awareness, My Vote-My Rights, Smooth Elections, Why Voting Vote, No Voters, Voting-Strengthening Democracy, etc. have been set up to participate in the competition. There are options for participants to participate in the Chhattisgarh Votes campaign. These include picture painting competition, photo competition and slogan (slogan writing) competition. Participants can introduce their skills by selecting the mode at their own discretion.

 

 




All measures will be taken to make peaceful polling in Naxal-affected districts of Chhattisgarh: Mr. Subrat Sahu


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During Chhattisgarh assembly elections, arrangements will be made to ensure security of peaceful voting in Naxal-affected districts. In the meeting of the Election Commission of India on October 25 in New Delhi, there was an intense discussion about security arrangements in the Naxal-affected areas during the assembly elections in the state.

Chief Election Commissioner Shri O.P. In the meeting chaired by Rawat, along with senior officials of the Election Commission of India and the Home Ministry, Chhattisgarh Chief Electoral Officer Shri Subrat Sahu also joined the meeting.

Chief Election Officer Shri Subrat Sahu said that in the meeting of the 25th October, there was a special discussion regarding security arrangements for voting in 18 assembly constituencies of the first phase of Chhattisgarh. In the Naxal-affected areas of Bastar division and Rajnandgaon district, voters can use their franchise without fear,For this, adequate security arrangements are being made. He said that serious discussions were held in the meeting today on various topics related to the deployment of security forces, the movement of polling parties, security of polling booths and voter awareness.

Shri Sahu said that Helicopter is being arranged to bring the voting party to the most sensitive polling stations in terms of security. Chief Election Commissioner Shri O.P. Rawat, in the meeting, the collectors and district election officials of all the eight districts of the first phase,Through the direct contact through the video conferencing from the Superintendent of Police and the respective range of Police Inspectors, take the information of preparations made for smooth and inclusive elections and give necessary guidelines regarding security arrangements.

 




Assembly election 2018 District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga observes the training of Presiding Officers


Korea, October 24, 2018 / District Election Officer and Collector, Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, under the Legislative Assembly election 2018, today saw the training of the Presiding Officers in the Government Adrash Kanya Higher Secondary School, located at the District headquarters of Baikunthapur, Korea. The District Election Officer said that the presiding officer appointed in the polling party to conduct election work is a vital role. He gave presidency officers the discretion of discharging their duties and obligations as Team Manager. He said that the better the training would be, the easier the election would be. He also instructed to study the guidelines given by the Election Commission to expand the fair, independent and peaceful elections and carefully listen and execute the things stated in the training. On this occasion, he instructed the presiding officers to work together to coordinate among themselves.
The District Electoral Officer said that every trainee should conduct the operation of EVM machine itself. They instructed to ensure all necessary arrangements before the voting date and on the day of voting. He did the E.V.M. Voices of voting, EVMs to polling parties To prepare for voting, E.V.M. Fixing Errors in E.V.M. The ballot unit, the functioning of the control unit, caution during voting, and the necessary action and process, the procedure for the seal of the ballot unit and control unit and after the completion of the poll, Guided instructors to provide. The questions and their queries were addressed by the members of the polling team in training. He went to each room and conducted a thorough inspection of the election work of the polling parties and gave the necessary instructions to the trainers. He said that if any member of the election party is feeling uncomfortable in any work related to the election, then in case of dilemma, then they must resolve the master tanners. He gave several suggestions along with the questions from the voting training team regarding the operation of EVM, keeping vigil over the material during the distribution of the material, keeping the required work in the election process marked as a check list, and other important points. They gave necessary instructions regarding the arrangements and facilities for the voters, including EVM, ballot unit, VV pat, booth preparation, mock pole, ballot account, voter register, voter list. It is worth noting that this training will last till October 25.

 




Assembly election 2018 Shri Bhagat will be in charge for the control room.


District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga appointed Joint Officer of Khadi Village Industries Mr. J.L. Bhagat as the Officer-in-Charge for the Controlled Room in the district, in the direction of Chief Electoral Officer, for smooth operation of Korea, 24th of October 2018 / Assembly Elections 2018. Have done The charge officer's mobile number is 9424131043 and the control room telephone number is 07836-232888 and the mobile number is 7049565466.




Assembly election 2018 Ban on foreign travel from government work


In the implementation of the Model Code of Conduct of the Legislative Assembly Elections of Korea, October 24, 2018, the Chief Secretary of the General Administration Department of the State Government has banned illegal travel till the end of the assembly elections. In this regard, the General Administration Department has issued circulars to all the collectors, the office bearers and the heads of the departments of the state, to end the Vidhan Sabha election process, or restricted the exemplary travels from the expenditure of the corporation, board or commission.




Assembly election 2018 Regarding not applying the birth centenary of Pt Deendayal Upadhyay till the election


In the pursuit of Model Code of Conduct of the Legislative Assembly, 2018, Secretary of the State Government's General Administration Department issued instructions for publication or not being printed in all official records of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Birth Centenary till the end of the Vidhan Sabha elections. Have done It may be noted that the General Administration Department had issued the order on May 4, 2017 that the Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Birth Centenary's logo was issued in government advertisements along with literature instructions and publication. But now the General Administration Department has issued circulars to all the collectors, cadres and departments of the state, not to use the Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay logo to use the legislation till the assembly elections.

 




District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga did a casual inspection of Ramanuj Higher Secondary School


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District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Duga conducted an accidental inspection of the Government Ramanuj Higher Secondary School here today. The government Ramanuj Higher Secondary School has been selected for the distribution of material to the voting parties in the Korea District for 2018 election, the return of post-poll return and the counting of votes. On this occasion, he gave the Public Works Department the surety to ensure adequate arrangement of tent, 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. Subsequently, 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 peacefully without interruption.

 




Discussion of political parties on various topics including criminal record, expenditure and media certification


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Chief Election Officer Shri Subrata Sahu on 22 October met with representatives of political parties to discuss various issues related to election. He gave detailed information of various aspects related to Model Code of Conduct with the announcement of election to representatives of political parties. During this, he informed the representatives of political parties about the violation of the Code of Conduct, directly to the public about the C-Vigil app. The meeting was attended by Bharatiya Janata Party, Indian National Congress, Chhattisgarh Janata Congress (J) and Bahujan Samaj Party representatives.
Chief Election Officer Shri Sahu told in the meeting that according to the Supreme Court, the candidates of the election must make public the information of their criminal records. For this, it is mandatory to publish and circulate prominently in newspapers and electronic media. The format for publication has also been determined. After the filing of nomination and the candidate has to be broadcast at least three times before both the voting.

Shri Sahu told in the meeting that certification of publicity material is necessary for promotion. For this, the District level and State level Media Certification Committee has been formed. The promotional material prepared at the level of political parties will have to be certified by the State Certification Committee, whereas it is compulsory to certify the prepared material at the level of the candidate at the level of the District Level Certification Committee. Broadcast pre-certification is mandatory for the promotion of electronic media, while in print media it is mandatory for a limited opportunity. This certification will be mandatory for publicity in the print media 48 hours prior to the end of voting. Electronic media such as TV, radio, F.M. Candidates or political parties will have to apply at least 3 days in advance for broadcasting in channels, e-newspapers, cable TV, SMS and public places in visual audio, while another person, institution or trust can apply for 7 days in advance. Will be able to do it.

Responding to the questions of the political parties in the meeting, Shri Sahu said that the expenditure incurred by the candidate starts from the day of implementation of the code of conduct. In such a situation, it will be seen that the nomination has not been done by him during the public program before enrollment. In case of maturity, the expenditure of the event will be included in the candidate's electoral expenditure. In addition, he said that the use of flags and stickers set by the workers of political parties and candidates will not be considered a violation of the code of conduct but their expenditure will be included in the expenditure of the party or candidate. While addressing the questions of the political parties during the meeting Mr. Sahu said that for the promotion of social media, the Election Commission has directives. The instructions received from time to time in this regard will also be exposed to political parties.

During the meeting with political parties, Additional Chief Electoral Officer Dr S. Bhartidasan, Joint Chief Electoral Officer, Smt. Padmini Bhoi Sahu, Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Shri U.S. Agarwal, Assistant Chief Electoral Officer Shri Srikant Verma, other officials of election work were present.

 

 

 




Partial amendment in the order of Legislative Officers appointed for the licensing of Observers


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For the forthcoming assembly election 2018 by the Election Commission of India, District Election Officer and Collector, Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga appointed the Legislative Liaisoning Officers for the purpose of liaisoning the general observer appointed at the district level level for smooth conduct of various election related work at the district level. Has made aesthetic reconciliation.

District Election Officer, for the constituency serial number Bharatpur-Sonhat, Mr. Vijay Minj, Executive Engineer, Public Health Engineering Department, and Executive Engineer of Rural Engineering Service for Manindergarh Mr. Jitendra Kumar Devangan and Assembly Area No. 3 of Bakunthpur. For PMGSY Executive Engineer, Mr. Navin Mehta, has been appointed as the Legislative Liaisoning Officer for the liaisoning of the general observer of the area. Likewise, he has appointed the expenditure observer and Project Officer of District Panchayat Korea Mr. ML Mandavi as Legislative Liaisoning Officer for the Liege of Sweep Observer, to the Executive Engineer of Water Resources Division, Bekunditpur, for the entire assembly constituency, Mr. V.S. Sahu. The District Election Officer has entrusted the appointed liaisoning officer with the responsibility of arranging all facilities to the observer as per the Election Commission's order.

 




Seasonal Events for Voter Awareness in Korea District


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For the voter awareness in Korea district, the participation of all classes in a continuous event will be encouraging, only results will be encouraging in the voter turnout in the district. Considering the motivation, the District and Sessions Judge, Mr. Vijay Kumar Ekka expressed his appreciation with the presence of the Chief Guest of Sweep Garva Program at Ramanuj Mini Stadium. Judge Mr. Ekka, while proposing the events of the District Sweep Committee, said that the vote of democracy will be strong only by voting. On this occasion, District Election Officer and collector of the country Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga said that every voter should use his franchise in the forthcoming election. Encouraging the creation of Sweep Committee, District Election Officer Mr. Dugga said that India has made its place of importance for democracy in the world map. The power of the country's democracy is in voter's vote. Therefore, we have to be conscious so that every voter has to be aware of the participation in the forthcoming poll.

Parekh Police Captain Mr. Vivek Shukla said that every voter should use his franchise so that the country and democracy can be strengthened. He said that by avoiding any temptation and being fair and bold, all voting will be done on November 20. District Sweep Committee Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat, Smt. Tulika Prajapati said that the District sweep committee is continuously organizing different types of different voters to take the voters of every section of the society to the polling station. is. With the presence of the target group in all the programs, the awareness campaign is increasingly moving towards the target. On Wednesday evening, Garba voter awareness program was organized at Ramanuj Mini Stadium, District Headquarters, Baikunthpur. On this occasion guests started the lamp lighting program. After this, nearly two dozen groups of youth have excited everyone by presenting Garba dance on awareness songs.

On the occasion, Assistant Professor Mr. M.C.Himdhar and Fishery Officer Mr. Mohar Cai Sonawani inspired the voters for voting on Pandwani lines to vote for the voters. On this occasion, local songwriter Shri Sunil Manikpuri, a prominent campaigner of Voter Awareness Campaign, presented his classical songs. The District and Sessions Judge provided voter resolution to the present community. After this, consolation prizes were given to first, second, third, and all as encouraged participants of Garba Contest based on their presentation. The platform was conducted by Mr. Umesh Jaiswal. On this occasion, Additional Superintendent of Police, Smt. Nivedita Pal Sharma, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Shree Kaus, Chief Executive Officer of Janpad Panchayat Baikunthpur, Mr. Apurva Priyesh Topp, Assistant Project Officer DSK Mishra, Swachh Bharat Mission, National Livelihood Mission and Urban Livelihood Mrs. Yashodhara Tiwari, along with other officials and staff, will be present in large numbers.

 

 




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