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Instructions for immediate removal of advertisements and hoardings


Surajpur 08 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KC Deveshnapati has said that the Code of Conduct comes into effect from the date of announcement of the Assembly Election 2018 declaration on Oct 06, 2018. Therefore, adhering to the Model Code of Conduct, the advertisement and billboards attached to the government funds have been directed to be removed immediately.




Assembly election 2018 Ban on leave


Surajpur 08 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Shri KC Deveshnapati has said that keeping in view the Legislative Assembly election 2018, all the officers / employees posted in the district have been ordered that neither the prior permission of the updater will go on leave nor will Headquarters will leave.




Current or former bank accounts No election allowance through A separate for all types of election expenditure A new bank account is mandatory It is necessary to open a new account at least one day before enrollment 50 thousand rupees in the respective constituency Not allowed to carry more with cash


Surajpur 08 October 2018 / As per the Election Commission of India, every candidate in Chhattisgarh assembly constituency has been told that a separate new bank account will be opened for all types of election expenditure. Election expenditure will not be allowed through existing or former bank accounts. It is necessary to open a new account at least one day before enrollment. It has also been clarified that in the constituency concerned, no more than Rs. 50 thousand in cash will be allowed to walk with cash. The Chief Electoral Officer of the State, Shri Subrata Sahu, has directed the candidates to open new accounts of this type of candidates in the meeting of State Level Bankers.

It is noteworthy that according to the Election Commission of India, it is compulsory for the daily expenditure of the candidates concerned to be mentioned in their election expenditure audit. For this, it is mandatory for the candidate to open a separate bank account for expenditure to be spent. The candidate will not be allowed current or former bank accounts for this purpose. All expenses are to be made by this new bank account. It is mandatory to open this bank account candidate at least one day before enrollment enrollment. The details of this new bank account are to be submitted by the candidate at the time of nomination. This bank account can be opened at any place in the state and in any bank (which also includes Co-operative Bank and Post Office). The bank account can be opened by the joint name of the candidate or the candidate and his agent, but the joint can not be opened with the members of his family if the member of the family is not the election agent.

It is also clarified that the candidate will spend all the expenditure for the election from this account. For the expenditure, it is mandatory to pay the amount of up to twenty thousand rupees only through check. The lesser amount can be withdrawn from the account. In order to open the said bank accounts, instructions have been given by the Chief Electoral Officer Chhattisgarh at the state level bankers meeting. Shri Sahu also informed the guidelines of the Election Commission of India, that during the entire election process during the ideal conduct, any candidate or his election agent or any of his workers will be entitled to 50 thousand in the constituency during the election period. Money is not allowed to carry more than Rs.




Meeting of Standing Committee and political parties concluded


Surajpur 07 October 2018 / In the presence of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KC Deesanapati and Superintendent of Police Mr. G. S. Jaiswal and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, review meeting of the Standing Committee and Political parties for Legislative Assembly General Election 2018 tomorrow Done in the meeting room of the joint district office. The collector gave detailed information regarding the code of conduct.

During the election campaign during the Model Code of Conduct, Mr. Deveshapati 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 told in the training that in each polling booth, voters are being motivated to vote for free and autonomous voting in polling day and also the information given by the Election Commission to the voting machine connected to VVP. Is going. In the voter cell, the valet unit and VVP 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 details of the entire process and code of conduct were given by Shri P.C. Soni. 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.




Prints and electronic media representatives were trained in VV Pat machine


In the presence of Surajpur 07 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. KD Deesanapati presided over and Superintendent of Police, Shri G. S. Jaiswal, today, the training of VVP machine was organized in addition to press conferences regarding the code of conduct of print and electronic media representatives. . It was told in the training that in each polling booth, voters are being motivated to vote for free and autonomous voting in polling day and also the information given by the Election Commission to the voting machine connected to VVP. Is going. In the voter cell, the valet unit and VVP 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.




One day training for Nodal officers / employees of Code of Conduct (MCC), Election Expenditure Monitoring Team (EEM) and Media Certification and Supervision Committee (MCMC) on October 08


According to the information received from Surajpur 05 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KD Devasanapati, Additional Collector and Deputy District Election Officer, Shri K.P.C., according to the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) formed in the district for the preparation of the upcoming Vidhan Sabha General Election 2018, Nodal Officer / Staff of Election Expenditure Monitoring Team (EEM) and Media Certification and Supervision Committee (MCMC) In the lobby of the district panchayat Surajpur held on October 8, 2018 afternoon went held a one-day training to 12 hours. In all the above training, all concerned have been directed to appear inevitably.




Municipality seizes illegal hoardings, action taken by CMO


Surajpur 05 October 2018 / According to the information received from the Chief Municipal Officer Shri Ghanshyam Sharma in the direction of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KC Deesanapati, the illegal hoardings in the city are prepared by the joint team under the leadership of CMO Shri Ghanshyam Sharma and the main road and office of the city. The seizure of illegal hoardings was carried out in front. CMO said that the removal proceedings of illegal hoardings will continue even further. In the city, due to illegal hoardings, there is a loss in revenue to the municipality and there is a problem in traffic. The joint team removed illegal billboards after taking action after marking illegal billboards.




Training of Sector and Zonal Officers


Surajpur 05 Oct1018- In the direction of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KC Deesanapati today on 5th October, 2018, the training of Sector and Zonal officers under the chairmanship of Chief Executive Officer Zilla Panchayat Surajpur Shri Sanjiv Jha in the meeting room of Surajpur District Panchayat concluded. In the training, the District Panchayat CEO Mr. Jha instructed the coordinator to organize the minimum basic facilities in the polling booths and instructed to give immediate information regarding the violation of Model Code of Conduct to the District Administration. For example, in each polling booth, 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 attached 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. Voters have been instructed to take corrupt conduct and polling day not to drink alcohol and follow the code of conduct. Today the machines were displayed by Master Television Male Dr. Mahendra Pandey on 05th October, as well as full information about the entire process and code of conduct that Mr. PC Soni did. 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.
On this occasion, Sector / Zonal Officers, including Training Assistant Nodal Officer Mr. Ajay Mishra, District Education Officer, Mr. Rajesh Singh were present in the training.




Date for pre-matric, post-matric and merit-cum-minus scholarships increased under minority scholarship scheme


Surajpur 05 Oct1018 / Assistant Commissioner in the direction of Collector Shri KC Deesanapati, according to information received from the Tribal Development Department Dr. Lalit Shukla, new and renewal application from students in pre-matric, post-matric and merit-cum-mins scholarship scheme under minority scholarship scheme 30 Online was invited till September 2018. In which the Government of India should partially amend the modification of the minority pre-matric, post-matric and post-matric and post-matric scholarship and the date of renewal application for pre-matric scholarship up to 15th October 2018 and post- Matriculation and merit-cum-mins have been scheduled for the scholarship by 31 October 2018.

 




Four lakh rupees sanctioned to a beneficiary of natural calamity victims


According to the information received from Surajpur 05th October 2018 / Collector Shri K.D.Desanapati, according to information received from Additional Collector Shri KP Sai, financial assistance of Rs four lakh has been given to a beneficiary of the natural victim. According to the release order, the financial assistance of four lakh rupees has been sanctioned to his father Sibal Kavte, the nearest ward of the deceased due to snakebite death of 30 July 2017, Shyam Bai father of the deceased resident Gram Durati, died on July 30, 2017, according to the release order. . In anticipation of this allocation, the demand number 58 will be deemed to be in the anticipation of the allocation in the financial year 2017-18 under the Top 2245 Natural Disaster Relief.




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