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Observers observed the Strong Room Overview

Bemetara 06 November 2018: - Under the Legislative Assembly Election 2018, appointed observer of three assembly constituencies of the district, Sujit Kumar (IAS), Bemetara- Ranjith Kumar (IAS) and Navagadh v. S KV for area Muralidharan (IAS), Police Praetor Shagun Gautam (IPS) observed the Strong Room built for Bemetara, Navagad and Saza, in the three assembly constituencies of the district on the farm produce market premises at Bemetara this morning. Done During this period, they also examined the voting material distribution-deposit room, chalk-chamber security system and counting room. Collector Mahadev Kaware gave information about preparations for the assembly elections. ADM on this occasion And Deputy District Election Officer K.S. Mandavi, Sub-divisional Magistrate Bemetra D.N. Kashyap, A.S.P. Vimal Kumar Bass, along with other officials were present.

Time to meet observers

Bemetara 06 November 2018: Under the Legislative Assembly Election 2018 by the Election Commission of India, Sujit Kumar (IAS), Bemetara-Ranjith Kumar (IAS) for the appointed observer of the three assembly constituencies of the district. And Navagadh VS KV for area Time to contact Muralidharan (IAS) has been fixed. Interested common citizens can visit New Circuit House (Berla Road) at Bemetra from 9.30am to 10.30hrs.


Collector gives basic facilities in polling booths

Bemetara 06 November 2018: - Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware this afternoon, through video conferencing, CEO of the district panchayats of Navagad, Saja and Berla of the district. Take information about the basic facilities in the polling booths, taking the meeting of the municipal officials and the meeting. On this occasion, CEO of District Panchayat s. Alok, A.D.M. And Deputy District Election Officer K.S. Mandavi, Returning Officer, Saja Umashankar Sahu, Navagadh DS Uike, AME of Bemetra DN Kashyap and R.P. Chancellor, CMO Bemetra Mohinder Sahu, CEO of the Janpad Panchayat Deepak Thakur was present.
Shri Kavare inquired about arranging ramps and wheelchairs for furniture, electricity, water, lights in polling booths. Also know about the validity of Latitude-Vertical Writing outside the polling station. Voting support centers will be set up for voters' facilities. Webcasting of 75 polling stations in the district will be held by the Election Commission of India, Chief Electoral Officer Chhattisgarh and District Election Officer, Bemetra. Collector said that 5-5 Model polling stations will also be created in every assembly constituency of the district. In which the polling booth will be made attractive, along with the name plate of the Presiding Officer will be placed. In the polling booth, an allocation of Rs 1500 per polling booth has been issued for the necessary arrangement. District Collector of the District Panchayats Has directed that they should soon convene a meeting of Panchayat Secretaries and Employment Assistants and ensure necessary arrangements in the polling booths. The collector said that the name of the woman Pink Booth has been changed to booth now. Which will be established in four places in the district. Under the Vidhan Sabha area- Bemetara, under the polling station no. 18, the government's new primary school ward no. 21 Bemetara and polling station no. -191 government primary school building, Berla, assembly constituency - Voting center no. 122 (a) under Government Under the Upper Secondary School Building, Saza, Navagad, the polling station no. 153 is in the government's pre-secondary school Navadgad. It will be from the presiding officer to the voting officer and the security guard woman.

28 lakhs will be the expenditure limit of candidate, details of expenditure will be given.


Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kawre said that during the assembly elections, the limit of each candidate's expenditure has been fixed by the Commission for Rs. 28 lakhs. Officers of the Flying Squad will constantly check during the Code of Conduct and will provide information to the concerned Returning Officer and District Electoral Officer on the transport of more than Rs. If the amount of more than Rs. 10 lakh is being transported, then it will be informed to the Income Tax Department. The collector said that the candidates are free to campaign but the permission of the landlords will be necessary before putting propaganda material in private buildings. After getting permission, the information will also be given to the District Election Office so that its expenditure may be included in the candidate's account.

The candidate has to submit his expenditure details from time to time in the Expenditure Monitoring Branch of the District Election Office.
EVM and VVPAT-collector said that this time VVPat machine is also being used in the election. Through this machine, voters will be able to see the votes given by them for seven seconds. The Collector also gave information about the EVM Operating System. Publication of publicity material will be given information - The collector said that in preparing any type of template for the campaigning of the candidate, it must be compulsorily written in the name of the publisher and printer and the number of published copies.

He said that in this regard, all information must be sent to the District Election Office in regular format in the prescribed format.
Instructions related to Paid News - Mr. Kaware said that the Media Certification and Monitoring Committee (MCMC) has been constituted for the investigation of paid news. This committee will examine cases of paid news in all newspapers and electronic media. If any news seems to be the nature of paid news then the committee will also issue notice to the candidate in this regard.

Collector's meeting of the candidates, Appeal to follow Model Code of Conduct


Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware today took a meeting of the candidates participating in the election held in the collectorate meeting room and appealed to the compliance of the Guidelines issued by the Election Commission of India and urged them to abide by it. The election symbols were allotted to the candidates by returning officers of the three assembly constituencies of the district, thereafter. On this occasion, District Magistrate of the district Saja Observer Sujit Kumar (IAS), Bemetra's observer Ranjit Kumar (IAS) and NVG Assembly area KV Muralidharan (IAS), police observer Shagun Gautam (IPS), Bemetara district Superintendent of Police H.R. Manhar, A.D.M. K.S. Mandavi was also present.

Giving information about the guidelines issued by the Election Commission of India in view of the Assembly elections, the Collector said that the District Election Officer has appealed to follow the Model Code of Conduct for guidance of political parties and candidates. No party or candidate should do any such thing which would increase existing differences between different caste and religious or linguistic communities or create a feeling of hatred or create tension. When other political parties are criticized, it should be confined to their policies and programs, prior record and work. Collector Mahadev Kawre said that all aspects of personal life should not be criticized, which are not related to the public activity of other party leaders or workers. No criticism should be made about parties or their workers

Those allegations which have not been established, or which are based on distorted statements. To get votes, communal or communal sentiments should not be asked. Mosjido, churches, temples or other places of worship should not be used as a forum for publicity. All parties and candidates should be honestly avoided from all such activities, which are corrupt practices and crimes under the election process. Examples include bribing voters, intimidating voters, impersonating voters, casting votes within 100 meters of polling booths, making public meetings during the 48 hour period ending for the termination of voting and voters Moving from the vehicle to the polling stations and bringing them back is covered under corrupt conduct.

All political parties and candidates should try to respect that they respect the rights of each and every peaceful and uninterrupted house of life, even if they are not opposed to its political views or actions. In order to oppose the thoughts or actions of individuals, they should not resort to demonstration in front of their homes or resort to any conditions. No political party or candidate should allow any of his followers to use land, buildings, gates, wall etc. without his permission for making flag flags, hanging the flag, writing information slogans, etc., to his followers. Political parties and candidates should ensure that their supporters do not create obstacles or dissociate them from meetings, conferences etc. organized by other parties. A political party activist or auspicious people should not create disturbances by verbally or in writing in public meetings organized by other political parties or by distributing presents of their party. The procession should not be taken by any party from those places where the meetings are being held by another party. Posters imposed by a team should not be removed by other party workers.





Intensive scrutiny of food institutes was done


On the instructions of Collector and District Magistrate Shri Mahadev Kawre, a comprehensive investigation of various food institutions of Bemetara Nagar was conducted by a joint team of the Food Department, Food and Drug Administration and Department of Napa-weave department today. During investigations, two kg cylinders were spoiled and two kg cylinders were destroyed in the miscreant 08 kg Khowa and 02 kg of Chamcham in M ​​/ s Bhawani Sweets Durg Road, as well as commercial use of domestic gas cylinders.

05 kg Khowa damaged from Saraswati suites Durg road was destroyed. 01 Kg lost was destroyed by Mandela sweets, the inedible Jalebi color was destroyed from Shivam Sweets. Similarly, Lakshmi Hotel, Anmol Hotel, Line Dairy, Nirmal Sweets, Gagan Hotel were examined and keeping khechen clean, not eating Khowa and other food items on the newspaper.

Instructions have been given to leave the weight of sweets in the kitchen while working for the gloves and cap on the hand of the kitchen and weighing for the sale of sweets. Also, the instructions for not using domestic gas cylinders and blue kerosene were given. In the investigation team, Mr. Geetesh Dutt Mishra was the Assistant Food Officer, Mr. Roshan Verma Food Safety Officer, Shri Damodar Prasad Verma Nattaulal Inspector, Shri Varun Patel Sample Assistant.


Today's scrutiny of nomination papers in the collectorate


Under the assembly elections today, scrutiny in the presence of candidates by Returning Officers of Sajja, Bemetra and Navagadh, situated in collectorate from 11 am on Saturdays.

Returning officer Mahadev Kawre for the Bemetra assembly constituency, for the US Returning Officer D.S., appointed for Sahu and Navagadh Uikeke scribbled On this occasion, General Observer appointed by the Election Commission of India on the occasion- Mr. Sujit Kumar (IAS), Bemetara Mr. Ranjith Kumar (IAS) And Navagadh Shri KV Murlidharan (IAS) was also present. According to the program issued by the commission, the last date for nomination withdrawal has been fixed on Monday 05 November 2018. The symbol will be allocated after 3 o'clock on 05 November.

Training of employees engaged in distribution of voting material on 9th November

Bemetra 03 Nov 2018: - Training of employees appointed for the Saja and Bemetara assembly constituencies for distribution and return of Vidhan Sabha General Election 2018. Now, the employees appointed on 08th November were posted on November 09 at 12 noon in the district office, Bemetara. is. Likewise, the training of the staff appointed for the assembly constituency of Navagad will now be held at the office collector's auditorium on November 12 at 4 pm.


The Collector has given instructions to the bankers to give information of more than one lakh rupees in transit

Bemetra 03 Nov 2018: - Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware issued instructions to the bankers and directed them to present online information of transactions of more than one lakh rupees in the District Election Office every day. The audit expenditure of all types of expenditure will be done by a separate newly opened bank account. Any common citizen carries a cash amount of more than Rs 50,000, he will have to give account of it during the investigation, for which he will have to show the valid documents. The collector told the bankers that if a bank has more than one branch in the district then appointing a nodal officer instructed to give information about the transaction. The District Magistrate said that ATM If the amount is for refilling, then the information related to it should be given to the Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) of the concerned area.
They also instructed that in order to maintain the correctness of the election process as per the Election Commission of India, the District Election Officer will seek the following information regarding suspicious cash transactions made from banks during the election process. According to which, in the last two months, without any examples of deposits or withdrawals, extraction of extraordinary and doubtful amount of more than one lakh rupees or withdrawal in bank account during election. During the election process, without any prior example of such transfer in the district / constituency, R.T.G.S. Unusual transfer of funds in the account of different persons in a bank account through one through To deposit or withdraw cash deposits of more than one lakh rupees in the bank account of the candidates or their wife or their dependents, as mentioned in the affidavit filed by the candidates and who is available on the website of the Chief Electoral Officer. During the election process, the withdrawal or depositing of cash amount of more than one lakh rupees from the account of the political party. Any other suspicious cash transaction which can be used to give bribes to the electors. The information will be processed by the District Election Officer and wherever it is suspected that cash amount can be used to give bribes to the voters, then Flying Squaid can be asked to take necessary action after thorough investigation. However, if the amount of money to be deposited is more than Rs. 10 lakh in cash, then its notice will be sent to the nodal officer of the Income Tax Department for necessary action under income tax laws.


Toll-free number established for election related information

Bemetra 03 Nov 2018: - Toll-free number 18002332126 has been established for information regarding assembly election 2018 and the mobile number - 9479262143. In which 07711950 and 1800111950, 18002337010 for information related to income tax and control number - 07824222326 in collectorate Bemetra and Election Control Room has also been established. Whose telephone number is - 07824-222103.

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