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Chief Electoral Officer made direct contact with voters on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube


Surajpur 

Chhattisgarh's Chief Electoral Officer, Mr. Subrata Sahu, has been on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for one hour from 12 noon to 1 a.m. During this time, he answered the questions of many voters and resolved their curiosity.

Under the Chief Electoral Officer Votant Awareness Program, the people who are interested in making better access to voters and encouraging them to vote in the upcoming assembly elections. Thousands of people joined them through Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, and asked questions about the preparations, procedures and arrangements for the elections. During the live, additional Chief Electoral Officer Shri S. Social media wing officers and technical staff were also present on the election including Bhartidasan and Joint Chief Electoral Officer Shri Sameer Vishnoi.

Chief Election Officer Shri Subrata Sahu said during a live chat on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube that in Chhattisgarh, the elections will be held in two phases on November 12 and November 20. With the announcement of election programs, Model Code of Conduct has come into effect in the state. He appealed to the people to name them in the maximum number of voters' list. Focusing on voting, use your franchise without any temptation or pressure. The Election Commission of India is fully committed for independent and unbiased election. All necessary controls and monitoring are being ensured to ensure compliance of Model Code of Conduct.

Shri Sahu also told the voters about the online mobile app C-VIIL, which is being used for the first time in the state for complaints of violations of Model Code of Conduct. He informed that any Android-based smartphone camera using this app can register a complaint through the Three-G or Four-G Connection, by taking photographs of the violation of the Code of Conduct or making a video. The complainant will get information about the action taken on his complaint within 100 minutes through the app. This app will start working after the nomination process begins for the first phase of the state from October 16. It can be downloaded from Google PlayStore.

While voting on Facebook and Twitter, during the election, voters made laws, arrangements for the Model Code of Conduct, Election Expenditure, nomination process, voter list revision and new name, voter identity card, arrangement for polling party, social work by candidates and political parties during the election. Media use, publicity, action of property deformity, arrangement at polling booths for divisions, postal ballot expenses Est, asked a number of questions about electronic voting machines and Vivipat.

 




Nodal officer to be appointed for postal ballot distribution in districts


Surajpur 

                                                 Monitoring instructions on postal department for unusual transactions on savings accounts

 

Chief Election Officer Shri Subrata Sahu has asked the Director of Indian Postal Services to appoint nodal officers for distribution of the postal ballot in each district. They have instructed to ensure the compliance of the guidelines of the Election Commission of India for the distribution of postal ballots and to ensure its return after voting. During a review meeting held in the office of Chief Electoral Officer, he said that the posters nominated by the Postal Department will be delivering daily returning ballot papers to the Returning Officer of the respective assembly constituencies till 3 pm. Candidates or their representatives will be present at the time of delivery of postal ballot papers.

During the meeting, Mr. Sahu directed the officers of the Department of Posts to make available information regarding the unusual transaction in the savings bank accounts in the post office to the District Election Office. He said that the Department of Posts should be cautious of any transaction and report of unusual transactions to the concerned Election Office immediately. Chief Electoral Officer said that all recognized political parties and candidates contesting election will be informed in writing in this regard. The receipt of the number of postal charges received daily will be made available by the District Election Officer. He said that on the day of counting day, the arrangement for admission to the Legislative Department of the postal department in all the assembly constituencies will be arranged by the District Election Office.

In the meeting, Additional Chief Executive Officer Dr. S. Bhartidasan, Joint Chief Electoral Officer Shri Sameer Vishnoi, Regional Director of Postal Department Shri M.B. Mr. Baz, Assistant Director Mr. Yadav, Deputy Chief Election Officer Mr. U.S. Mr. Jageshwar Kaushal was present in Agrawal and Nodal Officer for postal ballots.


 




Constituency-wise flying squad members constitute for continuous monitoring of check posts


Surajpur 

Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. KC Deveshnapati has said that in the forthcoming assembly election 2018, for the purpose of monitoring election expenditure, the Legislative Assembly, Area-wise in-charge, did a partial research in the order issued earlier to check post and police staff for continuous surveillance on the check post. The Flying party team has been constituted in the assembly area. In the first shift in the first shift for the assembly constituency 04-Premnagar Aengta Tara Barrier, from 08 am to 10 pm, in-charge officer in charge of the airport, Tehsildar and Executive Magistrate, Premnagar, Mr. Teerath Prasad Jaiswal, Incharge Officer, Check Post Deputy Engineer Public Works Department, Mr. Shivbachan Singh, Police Staff Mr. Nandlal Singh, Rakshak Shri Satyendra Dubey, Rakshak Shri Jayjeet ToPpo is set Duti.

Similarly, in the first shift for Barabspur Barrier from 08 am to 10 pm, Officer-in-Charge of the Udgadasta tehsildar and Executive Magistrate Ramanujanagar Shri Shabab Khan, Incharge Officer, Check Post Deputy Engineer, Shri. Ajay Kumar Patel, Police Officer, Mr. Vivek Pandey, Police Officer, Shri Shree Ghanshyam Sonwani, Rakshak Shri Sanjay Yadav and second shift in the night from 10.00 am to 8.00 pm, Officer-in-Charge of the Flying Officer, Deputy Engineer, Zilla Panchayat, Ramanujanagar, Mr. Surendra Pankara, Incharge Officer, Public Works Department, Mr. Pramod Kumar Gupta, Police Officer, Mr. Anil Bhagat, Rakshit Shree Ranjit Singh and the dancer of Dhananjay Sirdar have been appointed. In the first shift for the dearness barrier, from 8 am to 10 pm, in-charge officer in charge, in-charge, in-charge Tehsildar and Executive Magistrate, Premnagar, Mr. Teerath Prasad Jaiswal, in-charge officer, check post, Deputy Engineer, Chhattisgarh, Mr. Yogendra Kumar Mishra, Police Officer, Mr. Devnarayan Yadav, Police Officer, Mr. Raghavendra Sail Rakshak Shri Dinesh Thakur and second shift in the night from 10 am to 8 pm in charge Officer, Flying Officer, Deputy Engineer, Graduate Service, Mr. Rishikant Tiwari, Incharge Officer, Check Post Deputy Engineer Public Works Department, Mr. Kalyan Singh Porte, Police Staff, Mr. Vinod Singh, Police Officer, Mr. Vinod Singh, Chandra Kumar Sahu, Rakshak Pravin Ekka has made a duty.

Deputy Engineer Lt. Swamy, Mr. Vikash Prashant Singh, Incharge Officer, Check Post Deputy Engineer, Lt.V. Mo Kaif Anjaam, Police Staff, Mr. Rakshak Sharma, Mr. Harishankar Tiwari, Rakshak Shri Devanandan Rajwade, Rakshak Shri Naveen Singh and Officer-in-Charge in the Second Shift, Officer-in-charge, Deputy Engineer, Mr. Subhash Kumar Sinha, Incharge Officer Check Post Deputy Superintendent Lt. Sw. Ram, Shri K.R. Gupta, Police Mchari Q 0 constable Ashok Sahu, Constable Anil Minz, constable Shri Shantanu Singh has been appointed.In the first shift for Shivprasadnagar Barrier, Officer-in-Charge Officer, Ondnasta Naib Tehsildar and Executive Magistrate, Sub-Tehsil, Bhatgaon, Smt. Sangeeta Sai, Incharge Officer, Check Post Deputy Engineer, Electrical Rural Mechanical Service, Shri Raju Jangade, Police Staff, Mr. Bishun Dev Pankara, Raksh Chandra Sai Rajwade, Mukeshwar Verma and Officer in charge in Second Shift Flying Dasta Deputy Engineer, Water Resources Department, Bhaiyathan Mr. RS Thakur, Incharge Officer, Check Dy. Deputy Engineer, Mr. Swamy, Mr. Amit Rai, Police Officer, Mr. Devnarayan Pankara, Police Commissioner, Mr. Jai Prakash Singh, Rakshak Shri Sonu Singh. In the first shift for Biharpur Chandni Barrier, In-charge Officer OndaDasta Naib Tehsildar and Executive Magistrate Ondi, Mr. Salik Ram Gupta, Incharge Officer, Deputy Superintendent, Graduate, Mr. Amit Kumar Tamarkar, Assistant Sub Inspector, Ganga Prasad, Police Superintendent, Mr. Sunder Lal, In-charge Officer, Flying Day Deputy Engineer Water Resources Department Ri Lokesh Rajvadeh, the officer in charge Czech Post Upabhiyanta g 0 entries 0 0 Sri Kishore Kumar Khalkho, policeman Q 0 constable Mr Lalchand Kujur, constable Rajendra Pratap Rajvadeh, Constable Mr Capal Kashyap has been appointed.

Similarly, the officer in charge of the first shift for Kdgwan barrier under constituency 06-Pratappur flying squad Naib Pratappur dog 0 Poonam Rashmi Tigga, official Czech Post Deputy Engineer of Water Resources in charge of Mr. P 0 Ekka, policeman Q 0 constable Mr. Rvinand Singh, constable Mr. Rajnish Patel, constable Shri Karan Singh Netam and in-charge of the second shift, Officer-in- 0 entries 0 service Mr. Avinash Raj Sinha, take the officer in charge Czech Post Sub Engineer welcome 0 0 0 entries Mr Gyanesh Mishra, policeman constable Mr. Vishal Gupta, constable Shri Aniruddha Pankra, Constable Mr Inderjit Singh went to put stand down. Chandura (Benaras Road) barrier for the officer in charge of flying squad Naib and Executive Magistrate Pratappur Ms. rituraj Singh, officer in charge Czech Post B. R. C. Pratappur Ramesh Sharan Singh, policeman constable Mr. Dlsay Koram low and charge in the second shift officer flying squad Upabhiyanta welcome entries  Mr. Vimlesh Singh, Officer-in-Charge, Check Post Technical Assistant, MNREGA Pratapu Mr. Dharmendra Singh, policeman constable Anurag Yadav, constables Vikas Singh went to put stand down. Silfili (Rajpur road) officer in charge of the first shift for barrier flying squad Naib Pratappur dog Poonam Tigga, post officer in charge of Czech Deputy Engineer District Panchayat Pratappur Mr. Manoj Pankra, policeman Q 0 constable Rajesh Kumar Yadav, constables in Mr. Narendra Nikunj and Second Shift Incharge Officer Onda Dasta Deputy Minister, Grameen Services Mr. Avinash Raj Sinha, Incharge Ri Czech Post Sub Engineer g 0 entries 0 service Mr. Pankaj Kumar Gupta, policeman Q 0 constable Mr Raghuvar Singh, constable Dinesh Kumar Bhagat has been appointed.

 

 




Constituency-wise flying squad members constituted for continuous monitoring of Sector and polling booth


Surajpur 

Collector and District Election Officer Shri KD Devsanapati has said that in order to monitor the election expenditure for the upcoming assembly elections 2018, the Legislative Assembly, Area-wise in-charge officer, Executive Magistrates and Police employees, for continuous surveillance of the Sector and polling station, While making amendments, the Flying Squad Party has been constituted in the assembly constituency. In the first shift from 08 am to 10 pm, Nodal Officer, Sub Divisional Magistrate, Surajpur, Dr. Subhash Singh Raj, Incharge Officer, Naib Tehsildar and Executive Magistrate, Pilkhra, Smt. Garima Thakur, and Police Inspector, Shri NP Rajwade, Rakshak Shri Ashok Sonawani, Women Arakshar Santoshi Verma police station Surajpur, in-charge officer Tehsildar and executive magistrate Ramanujnagr Mr. Shabab Khan, Police Officer Assistant Sub-Inspector Shri Hiralal Sahu, Rakshak Shri Sanjay Singh Rajput, Women's Reservoir Sindhu Kujur, In-charge Officer in-charge Tehsildar and Executive Magistrate, Mr. Teerath Prasad Jaiswal, Police Inspector, Assistant Sub-Inspector, Mr. Basant Gupta, Rakshak Surendra Singh, Women Rakshak Nikki Mishra Duty In charge and in second shift from 10 am to 8 am in charge Officers Sub-engineer low.svg.v Shri Shailendra Kumar Patale, Police Staff Assistant Sub-Inspector Shri Ram Singh, P. R. Shri Vikas Singh, Rakshak Shri Jhumuk Lal, In-charge Officer, Deputy Superintendent of District Panchayat Ramanujanagar Mr. Surendra Pankara, Police Officer, Assistant Sub-Inspector, Mr. Ranjit Sonwani, Rakshak Shri Ram Kaskal Yadav, Shamalal Sahu, In-charge Officer, Deputy Superintending Engineer, Govt. Premnagar Shree Rishikant Tiwari, Police Sub-Inspector Sub-Inspector Shri Subbal Singh, Rakshak Bhaineshwar Singh, Rakshak Shri Nirmal Singh have been posted as Duty.

Similarly, in the first shift for assembly constituency 06-Pratappur from 08 am to 10 pm, Nodal Officer, Divisional Magistrate Pratappur, Mr. CS Pankara, In-charge Officer Naib Tehsildar and Executive Magistrate Pratappur Ms. Rituraj Singh, Police Staff Deputy Inspector Shri Sadam Chauhan, Devraj Ram, women's reserve Anima Minj, in-charge officer Naib Tehsildar Police Superintendent of Police Poonam Tigga, Assistant Sub Inspector Shri Sohan Singh, Police Inspector Shri Ashwani Pandey, and Rakshak Shailesh Singh have been deployed in the second shift and in the second shift from 10.00 am to 8.00 pm, the Officer-in-Charge of the Deputy Engineer, Lt. Swamy, Mr. Vimalsh Singh, Police Staff, Assistant Sub-Inspector Shri Bajrangi Lal, Principal Mr. Navalasai Ram, Mr. Rajkumar Kanchav, Reserve Officer, Deputy Officer in charge Ntri g 0 entries 0 0 Mr. Avinash Raj Sinha, police staff inspector Mr R 0 n 0 Bhagat, constables Mr. Amleshhwar Singh, constable put Dyuti Mr. Manoj Rai.

 

 




Instructions for submission of Arms of license stripes to nearest police station


Surajpur is the Oct 12, 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Mr KD Devasanapati, that notification has been issued for the Assembly elections 2018. According to which, voting for the Legislative Assembly Election 2018 in Surajpur District is scheduled for 12th November 2018 in Phase I and 20th November 2018 in Phase-I and counting on December 11, 2018. According to Section 17 of the Ordinance Act, 1959, according to Section 17 of the Arms Act, the weapon license of all the licenses of the Surajpur district will be held from October 06, 2018 to December 11, 2018, as per the declared code of conduct for law and order. Suspended with immediate effect. In the suspension period, the licensed will submit their weapon to the nearest police station and after 11 December 2018, the suspension order will be automatically canceled.

 




Training of Nodal Officers of Media Attestation and Monitoring Committee


Surajpur October 12, 2018 / Today on 12th October, 2018, in the presence of the District Collector, District Collector of Surajpur Mr. Sanjeev Jha, in the presence of Chief Executive Officer of the Collector and District Election Officer, Shri KC Desh Senapati, in the meeting room of district Panchayat in the presence of District level Media Certification and Nodal Officers of Monitoring Committee. Finished
In training Mr. Deveshapati said that the common means of campaigning are propaganda by vehicle, propaganda by loudspeakers, election meetings and electoral rallies, and advertisements from the print media (newspapers) in the current powerful sources of election campaign, electronic media (Television channel, cable channel, e-newsletter, bulk sms), election pamphlet, falexshi, banner, poster Including advertising. He informed that political advertisements by political parties / candidates in electronic media, TV channels, local cable network, e-newspapers, permission to print advertisement expenses on the print media, not showing in election expenditure account, Political advertising, and criticism of aspects of the personal life of any other candidate in political advertising or speech Is. The training of district level media attestation and surveillance committee in the monitoring, monitoring political advertisements in print and electronic media, allowing broadcasting of political advertisements on electronic media, permitting transmission of pad news, publishing in electronic media Allow political affiliation to be advertised, print and electronic media, and Monitoring political advertisements, patched pad news, reporting to the retiring officer in violation of Model Code of Conduct in the media area, after receiving permission for the review of the received application (approved, rejected, back for modification) When it is broadcast, monitor it, record the broadcast ad, take action on the broadcast advertising of the baggage permit To give report to the Returning Officer, PAD News: To advertise the advertisement within the press, and to make a notice to the candidate through the Returning Officer. In the committee, District Election Officer, Chairman, Deputy District Election Officer, a first class officer of the Information and Broadcasting Department, recommended by the Press Council of India / Independent citizen and DPRO / District Information Officer / equivalent Member Secretary.
On this occasion, Nodal officers and staff of District level Media Certification and Monitoring Committee were present in the training.




Sub jail Surajpur was inspected by the Secretary of District Legal Services Authority


In the guidance of Surajpur, 12 October 2018 / District Judge / District District Legal Services Authority, Shri D.L. Katakwar, Deputy Inspector Surajpur was inspected by Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi, Secretary, District Legal Services Authority, Surajpur. During inspection, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi examined the security of the prison, while inspecting the quality of rice, pulse, vegetable quality of the food items found by the detainees and inspecting the Legal Aid operated in the jail, the prisoners were given the services of the clinics. Having heard about the problems of the prisoners while talking about. Mr. Tripathi said that the prisoners who are not able to appoint an advocate for the prosecution of their case, if they report to the advocate in the clinic or go to the cell, then request the judge to provide free advocate for the lobby for my case. is. Mr. Tripathi told the prisoners that legal services were provided free of charge by the Legal Services Authority and also who told who could avail the free service. Secretary, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi gave detailed information about the procedures in the case till the court, the pleading for the prisoners, the process of appealing, the rights of prisoners, remand, arrest warrants, registration of first information report and the court.
During the inspection, Jail Superintendent Mr. AK Shukla, PLV Surajpur Shri Satya Narayan Singh, Umesh Kumar and other employees of the jail were present.




Training of Zonal / Sector and Executive Magistrates


On October 11, 2018, the training of zonal / sector and executive magistrates was done in the presence of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. KD Deesanapati, President and Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat, Surajpur, Shri Sanjeev Jha, in the meeting room of Surajpur October 12, 2018 / Pilkhha Kheer.
In the training, detailed discussion was done by collector Shri Deveshnapati in connection with the election of barricades of electoral work, errors related to voting machines and improvement. Collector Shri DeSanapati and District Panchayat CEO Shri Sanjeev Jha discussed the questionnaire and its solution with Master Trainer, Mr. P. C. Soni and Dr. Mahendra Pandey. District Election Officer Shri K.D. Devsanapathy instructed the voting officers and the presiding officers to conduct tehsilwar intensive training skillful teachers in the schools. In each polling booths in the training, voters are being motivated to vote for free and autonomous voting in the polling day, along with the information given by the Election Commission's said machine which is connected to VVP. In the voter cell, the valet unit and VVP machine will be kept. After voting by the voter, the number of the candidates voted in VVP Pat, the candidate's name and his simbal will be displayed for seven seconds and the voter will be able to see. Voting booth compartment will be re-verified from the wallet unit and VV pat machine screen. As soon as voter will be voted out, at the same time, the candidate will get the lamp ready for the valet unit and at that time the slip will be drawn from VVP pat. As soon as the slip will remain in the voter slip stand for seven seconds, then the slip will drop in the drop box, at the same time the candidate will get a red lamps for the lamp and control unit and at the same time the whip will be heard for 10 seconds.

 

This will know that our voting has fallen. In training, E.V. M.M. and V.V. Pat machine is involved in the polling day by mixing the machines at the time of the Mole Poll and after watching the activities, the pole is to be done. The blind voting voter will need the person who helps in the voting even after getting information of the Braille script, because the blind voters will not be able to see the demonstration on the VV pat screen. Procedure for getting all voting materials and returning to returning office is given.
On this occasion, Sector / Zonal Officers including Election Training Assistant Nodal Officer Mr. Ajay Mishra, District Education Officer, Mr. Rajesh Singh and all Deputy District Presidents and Tehsildars, Naib Tehsildars were present in the training.




Promotions under voter awareness program


Surajpur 11 October 2018 / Under the direction of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KD Devasanapati and under the guidance of the Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat and Nodal Officer, Sweep District Surajpur, voters in EVMs and VVPat machines in all areas in the district. Pay by trained Master Trainers about the nuances of voter machine Is being received, and through the Third Gender and Divine people, voters are being called upon to vote for the strengthening of democracy in the coming assembly elections. About 70 percent of the voters of the polling booth have been given information in the 710 polling booths in the district. The work of spreading publicity in 102 Hate Markets, 29 Bus Stands and 05 Railway Stations is going on fast in the district. Dr. Mohan Sahu and District Coordinator of Sweep for Voter Awareness Vigilance Vigilance, Awareness Rally is being organized successfully through various departments of the district under the monthly work plan laid down by Gaus Beg. In accordance with this, the Women and Child Development Department, through Anganwadi workers and aides of the district, was asked by the women officers of the department to take part in the voting on November 20, 2018. The work of District Program Officer Mr. Muktanand Khunt is being done in all the six development blocks and village panchayats to awaken the women through the women employees belonging to the department.




Instructions for preparing necessary preparations for elephant affected areas for assembly elections 2018


Surajpur, October 11, 2018 / Collector Shri K. Deveshnapati has informed that in the assembly elections in Vidarbha 06-Pratappur, the meeting of the flying squadrons, statutory surveillance team and political party in 2018, meeting of the compliance of Model Code of Conduct and evem and VV Pat Conducting the necessary meeting in connection with training, assembly constituency 06-Pratappur will be elephant affected area. Rann polling parties, voters and to Phnucne work Voting by other polling stations the necessary parties and polling parties have been directed to one Mndladikari Surajpur to avoid any unnecessary hardship to vote after the material back to be the necessary preparations for this. So that there will be no interference in the assembly elections 2018.

 




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