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Essential to keep an eye on EVM and VV pat machine - Collector Shri Deveshnapati


Today's meeting of the deadline was held in the presence of Surajpur 10 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. KD Deesanapati and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha and Additional Secretary Shri KP Sai. In the meeting, the Collector Shri Dev Senapati informed that directing Zonal Officer and Sector Officers of the District for the Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 said that to ensure electricity, water, toilets, ramps, wheel chair, mobile connectivity by visiting polling booths under their own sect Do it. They informed that informing the Chief Executive Officer of the municipality and the Chief Executive Officer of the Janpad Panchayat and the Assistant Returning Officer regarding the postings, political posters, banners, buildings, premises located in their respective sectors. The collector said that in order to apply banner posters in private buildings like hotels and malls, the building owner will have to get permission. He said that after receiving the EVM and VVPat machines by the Presiding Officer, the Sector Officer will ensure that they will be evacuated in the scheduled bus. Collector Shri DeSanapati said that 48 hours before polling, there will be complete restriction on all types of publicity and 100 meters of polling station No promotional material can be made in the periphery. He said that the eve of the polling will be ensured to remain in Tehsil headquarter so that the timely introduction of the Mappole and voting can be done. They said that it is compulsory to make a videography of McPaul, and if there is no videographer, the video can also be made from smart phones, strict instructions to make sure that they can be successfully packed by seven o'clock in the morning.
On this occasion, SDM Surajpur Dr. Subhash Singh Raj, SDM Bhayyathan Smt. Jyoti Singh, SDM Pratappur Mr. CS Pankara, Deputy Collector, Mr. Ravi Singh, were present along with the Zonal and Sector Officers.

 




Udaydasta Dal constituted to monitor the distribution of cash, liquor or other items during election


Surajpur 10 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. KC Deveshnapati said that distribution of cash, liquor or any other item to the satisfaction of the voter is a bribe and it is a punishable offense. Flying teams have been formed under each police station to monitor the distribution of cash, liquor or other items during the elections. They have appealed to all that in order to avoid seizure by flying squads, any person who is taking huge amount of cash in any constituency during elections, then documents showing the funds and its final use (Such as PAN card and copy thereof, copy of business registration certificate, bank pass book showing cash withdrawal / copy of bank statement, regular In cases of heavy transactions, in case of copy of cash book, marriage invitation and hospital admission etc., the certificate of final use of cash should be submitted).

 




'Assembly Elections-2012' Proceedings of property deformation act in the state So far, two lakh 17 thousand 969 hoardings, Poster, wall writing, banner-flags removal action


Surajpur, October 10, 2018 / Chief Electoral Officer Shri Subrata Sahu said that the proceedings under the Property Discrimination Act have been intensified under the Vidhan Sabha Elections-2012. Under this, action has been taken to remove two lakh 17 thousand 969 hoardings, posters, wall writing banners and flags from government assets for the period of 8th October. Including removal of one lakh 10 thousand 286 hoardings and posters 69 thousand 745 wall writing and 37 thousand 917 banner flags etc. Similar actions will be taken against government assets as well as private assets. For this, necessary instructions have been given to collector and district election officials.
He informed that till the October 7th, one lakh 34 thousand 578 hoardings and posters, wall writing, banner flags were removed. Including 74 thousand 645 hoardings and posters 41 thousand 642 wall writing and 18 thousand 291 banner flags. Similarly, on 8th October, 83 thousand 391 properties under act of deception were done. In which 35 thousand 641 hoardings and posters, 28 thousand 104 wall writing and 19 thousand 646 banner flags were removed.
It is notable that the Model Code of Conduct has been effected from October 6, 2018 in the state, keeping it in view, action is being taken under the Property Discrimination Act. Which will continue even further.
Control panel installed
A control room has also been set up at the office of Chief Electoral Officer. The telephone number of this control room is 0771-4913677. Any citizen can also provide information on the said telephone number for property deformation related complaints.
Property deformation act
Section 3 of the Property Discrimination Prevention Act states that anyone who distorts it by writing or marking any marking of ink, patch, color or any other substance in public view without the written permission of the owner of the property, It will be punishable with up to Rs. 1000. It has been stated in the order issued under the Act that before any political party or candidate contesting election, banners on any private property, posting of posters, flags or color related to election campaign, before being written with Khadiya, the owner of private property Make the necessary documents available in the election office from the written consent of No political party or candidate will be able to do so without the permission of the Swami to write his supporters, followers to the followers, hang banners, paste the notices, slogans etc. This includes building, land, courtyard etc. If there is a banner on any private property without any consent, poster sticking, election campaign flag or written by color or account, property will be found to be distorted, it will not only be punished under the Property Discrimination Prevention Act, but The expenditure incurred in the removal will be done with the candidates contesting elections, political parties, etc., like the land revenue arrears. With this, the expenditure incurred will be linked to expenditure accounts of political parties or candidates. Penal action will be taken under the Code of Indian Penal Code and the Code of Punishment Code.




Training for EVM / MCMC / MCC for Assembly General Election 2018 today


According to information received from Surajpur 10 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Shri K.D. Devsanapati, Additional Collector and Deputy District Election Officer, Mr. KP Sankar, while amending the date and time for training in respect of EEM / MCMC / MCC, today 11 October 1, 2018, from 1 p.m. to 04 p.m. Chief Electioning Officer Chhattisgarh Raipur, in the video conferencing Training by medium has been organized. Therefore, be sure to attend mandatory conference hall in district office, including its assistants for training conducted through video conferencing in prescribed time and time in the said training.




Assembly general election 2018 : Nodal officer of postal ballot and CEO of all the districts Trained in postal ballot


Surajpur 

Collector and District Election Officer Shri K.C. In the presence of Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat, in the presence of DevSanapati, on 10th October 2018, in connection with the postal ballot in the Joint District Office meeting, the nodal officer of the postal ballot, Chief Executive Officer of all the district panchayats, Pc Sony and Mr. S.P. Detailed information about the postal ballot process was given by Nishad. All such public servants who are a voter but are unable to vote in their polling booths while exercising their duties in the election, they can vote with all the postal ballots. Application for postal ballot is applied in format 12 for voting.

This application is received by the nodal officer of the postal ballot and the Legislative Savarkar registers the postal ballot paper for all Vaidya applications. For this purpose, the format 13A, 13B, 13C and 13D are issued for the voter by completing all necessary information. In the 13th anniversary of the envelope containing 13 ball envelopes in which there is a ballot, the 13th largest envelope in which both the documents are kept in the declaration and ballot paper after closing the seal in the 13th envelope while 13D is directed only for the voter.

After the evaluation, 13 c is placed in a large envelope training site, in the assembly-wise ballot box kept by the nodal officer. During the first training of polling parties, application form for postal ballot will be made available in format 12. During the second training, voting should be done by the nodal officer on the training site, through the entire system of voting. To maintain the transparency of voting on the day of voting, political party candidates should be asked to be present by informing them.

A gazetted officer should also be arranged to verify the voter's manifesto on the polling day. After the ballot, the ballot ballot will be sealed in front of the candidates in the strong room, which will be arranged to be delivered in the presence of candidates in the counting time at the counting place. The team of Nodal Officer should issue a postal ballot with great caution and in the marked copy of the electoral rolls for all the issued postal ballots, the seal of the release of the PDB should be placed in the respective voter's column in the black ink. There is a need to take special precautions in it, because the voter who gets sealed for issuing the PB in the electoral roll, is eligible to vote only with the postal ballot.

The information of the postal ballot issued per day should be given by the nodal officer to the District Election Officer. In the last, the numerical information of the total issued and received postal ballots is given by the Nodal Officer to the District Election Officer.
On this occasion, the nodal officer of the postal ballot and the chief executive officer of all the district panchayat were present.

 




13 vehicles seized for illegal mining


SURAJPUR

Collector Shri K.C. In the direction of DevSanapati, Mineral Officer Mrs. Triveni Devangan today while carrying illegal mineral transport with her team, 13 vehicles have been seized and kept in the police station for custody.

They said that 06 cars were found to transport 03 truck ballast, 02 tractor ballast and 01 407 truck bricks in Surajpur police station and illegal transport of a hawaii ballast in Vishrampur police station and 03 vehicles filled with sand in Jaynagar police station, 02 vehicle brick And a hawk ballast was found illegally transmitted.




Legislative Assembly General Election 2018 : Meeting of Standing Committee and Political Parties held in Vidhan Sabha area 06-Pratappur


SURAJPUR

Collector and District Election Officer Shri K.C. The meeting of the Standing Committee, Monitoring Committee and Political Parties for the Legislative Assembly General Election 2018 in Vidhan Sabha area 06-Pratappur was held in the presence of DeSenaNapati and the Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat and Returning Officer Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha.During the election campaign during the Model Code of Conduct, Mr. Deveshnapathy was informed about the restriction of going to house-to-house contact, use of SMS, Whatsapp, telephone and loud speaker etc. from 0700 am to 08.00 pm during the election campaign.

In the context of the order passed by the Supreme Court, the Election Commission of India has amended the para-02 (para -02) dated 05 September 2018, as mentioned in the above reference letter, that "during the 6th Model Code of Conduct, during the election campaign house Use of contact, SMS, WhatsApp, telephone and loud speaker etc. will be restricted from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM so that the common citizen According to the above information, the information given above will be brought to the notice of all the officials of the recognized state level political parties and all registered parties with respect to all the authorities and affiliates related to the election process and it should be widely publicized in the district. It will be taken care of that the Model Code of Conduct is applicable in the state. Programming is. Above instructions will automatically take effect.

The training was also given to the standing committee and political parties in the meeting. It was informed in the training that in each polling booth, voters are being motivated to cast ballot for free and autonomous voting in polling day, and the voting machine of the Election Commission, which is VV Pat is connected to the information given to the voters. Voter unit and VV in voter cell Pat machine will be kept. ' After voting by the voter, the number of candidates voted in VVPt's display segment, the name of the candidate and his simbal will be displayed for seven seconds which 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, at the same time, the candidate will get the lamp ready for the valet unit and at that time the slip will come out from VVP and the voter slip stand will remain for seven seconds in the slip.

After this there will be a slip in the drop box, at the same time the candidate will get a red lamp of the lamp and control unit and at the same time there will be a whip for 10 seconds. This will know that our voting has fallen. Voters have been instructed to take corrupt conduct and polling day not to drink alcohol and follow the code of conduct. Full information about the entire process and code of conduct was given in the training. 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. Practical information about the use of the VW pat machine for the standing committee and political parties present in the training.




Prohibition of democracy as a result of assembly election 2018


Surajpur 08 October 2018 / Collector Shri K.D. Devsanapati has said that the preparation and process related to the date of assembly elections and election related elections has been started. Hence, every month, the Janjarsan will be adjourned till the next order in the district office.

 




To maintain law and order, preventive injunctions are issued in entire areas of Surajpur District


Surajpur 08 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Shri K.D. Devsanapati has said that the preparation and process related to the date of assembly elections and election related elections have started. Therefore it seems necessary to maintain public perception in the district. In this context, in order to maintain law and order during the above elections, using restricted powers under section 144 (1) of the Penal Code, 1973, prohibition prohibitory orders have been issued in the entire area of ​​the district Surajpur. In which any person carrying any type of fatal weapon such as gun, rifle, pistol, spear, ball, barkha, sword, Guptis, Khukheri, blackjack etc., and explosive material, under the premises of Surajpur District and Surat District District Surajpur The place will not run in the common roads, roads and other places. No political party or candidate will remove armed slaughtering and will not create objectionable slogans and will not display objectionable posters etc. Junk District Office Building Surajpur and Joint District Office Building Surajpur From Sunday House, Bhaiyathan Check to Mahgawan and Agrasen Check to the stadium from any kind of demonstration, Chakkajam, Putla combustion and General Sabha will be barred in any situation. Under the Surajpur district, any political party or person will give duly written information to the competent authority 24 hours prior to organizing the proceedings of the assembly, except for the place mentioned in Kandika-3 and only after receiving the permission, the concerned political party or person will conduct the mango- The rally will be organized for procession etc. No political party or person will organize the general meeting under any religious place or around 100 meters of the district under Surajpur and neither use the religious places for any kind of political purposes. No political party or person will announce any sloganeering or propaganda and statement through the Sound Extensor mechanism of any political party or person, without the permission of the competent authority, under Surajpur District. Although it is necessary for ordinary citizens of Surajpur district to hear before issuing injunction orders, but it is not possible to be heard before giving separate information due to circumstances and time constraints. Therefore, unilateral order has been passed under section 144 (2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973. The Class-I of this order will not be applicable to those persons, officers / employees, who are required to carry sticks or arms for their work. This order will not be applicable to the government officials / employees, who have been appointed police officers to maintain law and order during election. This order will not apply to those people, who are required to keep the sticks due to physical impairment / old age or lameness. This order will be effective till December 11, 2018.




Preventing the movement of sound expander device (loudspeaker)


Surajpur 08 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer Shri KC Deveshnapati has informed that notification for the Assembly elections 2018 has been issued. According to which the first phase of polling for the assembly elections 2018 in Surajpur district is scheduled for 12 November 2018 and the second phase is 20 November 2018 and the counting is scheduled for 11 December 2018. In accordance with the provisions of Section 5 of the Chhattisgarh Babel Control Act, 1985 and Sound Pollution (Control and Regulation) Rule 2000, in accordance with the following conditions, in accordance with the following conditions, in the Surajpur district, till the declared election process is completed, in accordance with the rules of law and election code. The movement of sound expander device (loudspeaker) has been restricted. In which from 06 October 2018 to 11 December 2018, the revenue borders of entire Surajpur district are declared a Babel control area. No political party or person will use any kind of sound expander device in any assembly, procession, jalsa or moving vehicle or in any other way without obtaining permission before 48 hours prior to the competent authority and without giving prior notice to the police. For the above purpose, Additional District Magistrate posted in Surajpur district, all the Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Tehsildar and Executive Magistrate has been declared as the competent officer for acceptance. Use of loud speaker or public speaker system or any other kind of sound amplifier used in stationary condition or in any type of vehicle during general meetings or for any other situations for election purposes, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm It can not be done in the middle of the o'clock. Vehicle registration will be mandatory with the permission of the vehicle when it is promoted and if the use of speaker / sound expander devices after the specified period has been spent in the use or permission of the loudspeaker / sound expansion instruments, the sound expansion The equipment and vehicle will be seized and legal action will be taken against the culprit. Penal action will be taken against persons violating the order, Public Representation Act against the political parties and Chhattisgarh Bail Control Act, 1985.




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