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District Administration and Police Administration's Appeal, Do not tell your ATM card password to anyone


Bemetara 

Appeal for general citizens to be cautious of interest and chit fund companies, appeal has been made by the district administration and police administration. Likewise, it has been advised to avoid the misuse of ATM cards and frauds from them. Giving information in this regard, senior Superintendent of Police, Mr. H.R. Manhar told that some private companies are luring people more interest and earn huge earnings from the public and later they are able to settle their business. So, not coming to anybody's illusions, do not lose their original capital even after getting more interest.

The senior superintendent of police said that in the same way, thugs and sly vicious people call the people to get their password by threatening them to get the ATM block, saying that I am speaking from a bank that your ATM card is going to be blocked. If you want to keep your password tell? In such a situation, an unknown caller does not have to disclose his 16 digit password and neither the ATM's four digit password can be used to swindle with a lot of thugs and then with his hard earned earnings.

In the ATM center, you also get an unknown person in the name of cooperating who replaces your ATM card. Such people also need to be cautious.Senior Superintendent of Police told that the people are called upon to loot lakhs of rupees or prize money, and for that you submit a few percent amount to the tax group, after which you will be given a check or a bank draft. Be careful with such people, if they are deposited in their account by the thugs, they are asked to deposit more money.




Assembly election 2018 Voting for the three assembly of the district on 20th November Code of Conduct Immediately Improved


Bemetra 09 October 2018: - With the announcement of assembly elections 2018 in the district, the Model Code of Conduct has become immediate effect. Notification will be issued on October 26 for the election of Bemetra, Saza and Navagadh respectively in the three assembly constituencies of the district. Last date for nomination will be November 2, scrutiny of nomination papers (scrutiny) 03 November, last date for withdrawal of nomination will be November 5, voting date 20 November and counting will be done on 11th December. The entire process of assembly elections will be completed by December 13.
Follow Model Code of Conduct - District Election Officer Mahadev Kaware has instructed all government servants, political parties to follow Model Code of Conduct. He has said that all the workers should be fair and edit the election work with fair value. General Conduct for Political Parties and Candidates- No party or candidate should do any such work, which would increase existing differences between different castes and religious or linguistic communities or create a feeling of hatred or create tension. When other political parties are criticized, it should be restricted to their policies and programs, old practices and work, it is also necessary that all aspects of personal life should not be criticized, which should be related to the leaders of other parties or Should not be from the public activity of the workers, there should not be any criticism about other parties or their workers, who on the allegations whose truths Certified not occurred or break based on torsional went stated facts. To get votes, communal or communal sentiments should not be asked. Mosques, churches, temples or other places of worship should not be used as a platform for campaigning.

All parties and candidates should be honest with all such acts, which are "corrupt practices" and crimes under the election system - such as bribing voters, converting voters, impersonating voters, 100 polling booths Doing election campaigning within the meter, making public meetings during the 48 hour period ending the term for the end of voting and voters Take the ride to the polling stations and bring them back from there. All political parties or candidates should try to respect that they respect the right of peaceful and lawless domestic life of every person, even if they are against any of their political ideas or actions, opposing the thoughts or actions of the people Do not resort to the methods of organizing or holding demonstrations in front of their houses in any circumstances Should. Any political party or candidate should not allow his followers to use the land, buildings, premises, walls, etc. without the consent of the person for hanging banner, pasting information, writing slogans etc., without his consent. Political parties and candidates should ensure that their supporters do not create obstacles or dissociate obstacles in meetings, conferences etc. organized by other parties. A political party activist or auspicious people should not cause disturbances by asking questions in orally or in writing in public meetings organized by other political parties or by distributing the parachutes of their party; Where the meetings are being held by the other party, the posters removed by one party were not removed by the other party workers. Should not.
Meetings- The political party or candidate should inform the local police officers about the location and time of a proposed meeting at an appropriate time from time to time so that they can make necessary arrangements for controlling traffic and maintaining peace. . The political party or the candidate should already make sure that in that place where there is a proposal to make a meeting, no restrictive or prohibitive order (prohibition) is not applicable, if such orders are in force, then strictly follow them. Should be done if such exemption is required from such orders, then they should apply for time and get the discount. If there is a permission or license (license) for the use of loudspeakers or any other facility in connection with a proposed meeting then the party or the candidate should apply to the concerned officer very soon and get his permission or license. It is mandatory for the organizers of a meeting that they get the help of Police posted on duty to deal with the people who try to disturb or otherwise spread the disorder. Organizers should not take any action against such individuals themselves.

The party or candidate conducting the procession should already decide on which time and place the place will start, which route will go through and at what time and where will it end, usually a change in the program Should not be. Organizers should advise local police officers about the program in advance so that they can make the necessary arrangements. The organizers should ensure that no restrictive order (prohibition) is in force in the areas through which the julos to pass, unless a special exemption by the competent authority is given, the restrictions should be followed, the traffic The rules and restrictions should also be followed carefully. Organizers should arrange for such procession in such a way that it can be possible to get a procession without interruption or obstruction in traffic. If the procession is too long, then it should be organized in pieces of appropriate length so that at convenient intervals especially In places where the procession is to go through the intersections, the route can be given from time to time for the halted traffic and thus To avoid congestion Ri traffic. The arrangements for the procession should be such that as far as possible, they should be kept on the right side of the road and the instructions and advice of police posted on duty should be strictly followed.
If two or more political parties or candidates have proposed to procure a procession by the same route or part of it at about the same time, then the organizers should establish a connection between them long before the time and plan such schemes to create conflicts in the procession Do not interfere or obstruct traffic. The support of local police will always be available to make satisfactory arrangements. For this purpose, the parties should contact the police as soon as possible. Regarding walking with things carried by people involved in the procession, whose unwanted elements can be misused in special moments of excitement, political parties or candidates should have maximum control. Any political party or candidate should not carry the effigies of members of other political parties or their leaders, burn them in public place and other similar performances.




Instructions for preventive action while maintaining law and order during elections


Bemetra 07 October 2018: In relation to the preventive action taken by the Collector and District Magistrate Mahadev Kaware, in connection with the proceedings of the preventive law system for peaceful and fair elections during the 2018 elections, according to the Election Commission of India, New Delhi, Superintendent of Police Bmeetra. Is directed. As per the order of Collector and District Magistrate, the proceedings against persons involved in the pre-election crimes, the provisional action should be taken under section 110, 151, 107, 116, of Tamil Nadu and all the pending warrants and their regular review, against the offenders. Section 144 Penalty Code of Procedure People from outside the district should be monitored strictly. In this regard, not only should be monitored, but also should be thorough checking of hotels, lazes, taverns and Dharmashals regularly. If any undesirable element is found during the investigation, immediate action should be taken against it. If there is a habitual criminal in the gambling act in the district, they should also be monitored and strict control should be placed on gambling, speculative etc.. It should be strictly controlled for illegal sale of liquor. Announced the dry day. Action under the Arms Act It should also be taken care of not only in the field of fatal weapons and illegal weapons etc. It should also be taken care of. The hidden elements should be monitored on bail. Action should be taken against History Sheeter Badmashs Due to the announcement of the results of the Lari small vehicle and all other vehicles, intensive investigation should be done to the effect that the undesirable elements can not carry out arms and ammunitions from outside in the constituency. The collector has said that the instructions should not be followed to fulfill the data, but in the district, there was peaceful atmosphere during the assembly elections and undesirable elements could not get any opportunity. Those polling stations have been declared sensitive, the above mentioned activities should be specially done in those areas and reviewed in its time-bound manner. The District Magistrate has directed the Superintendent of Police to issue necessary instructions to the concerned station officer in order to make the assembly election fair, smooth, peaceful.




Restriction on sound expander devices


Bemetra 07 October 2018: - Collector and District Magistrate, Shri Mahadev Kaware, in view of the Assembly Elections 2018 in the district keeping in mind the use of Sharad Sound Extensively in Bemetara District Border Area and Prohibition of Babel and Motor Vehicle, Be afraid, they have restricted the cause of panic or irritation. Collector and District Magistrate have banned these by using the powers conferred by Section 4, 5, 10 and 11 of the Babel Control Act, 1985. Prohibition of acute music as per the order of the District Magistrate - Sound Extension Machine will not be played or played in the middle of the night from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Restriction on the use of Sound Extension Machine - Sound Extension Machine will not be played or played in the middle of the night from 10 AM to 6 PM and any sort of noise will be restricted in the said period. Similarly, a person will not play such an electrical harness from the vehicle in such a way that the general pedestrian gets scared or the person who is causing a tension or panic is heard.

In the exception of this prohibition, Section 13 of the Act, which will not be applicable to those who have been granted exemption by law. If a person requires exemption for special purpose, he will be able to get written permission from the Sub-Divisional Magistrate. While allowing the Sub-Divisional Magistrate, it will be able to grant permission while fixing the conditions and deadlines. If permission is given after the permission of the Sub-Divisional Magistrate, if the recommendations are not being followed then the permission can be canceled. The loud speaker will be confiscated when the loud speaker is played without permission. This order will remain effective from October 06 until the upcoming order. All the police stations of the district police stations have been instructed to take action with force to ban the use of sound expander devices.




Suspension of arms licenses


Bemetra 07 October 2018: - Collector and District Magistrate, Shri Mahadev Kaware, in the district, has decided to suspend arms licenses in the public interest to safeguard the peace of the people and keep peaceful and unbiased election in view of the Legislative Assembly election 2018. The District Magistrate has suspended all the arms licenses of the district under section 17 (b) of the Ordinance Act 1959 with immediate effect. This order will be effective from 06 October 2018 until the upcoming order.




Restricted officials, employees' leave


Bemetra 07 October 2018: - The Election Commission has started the process of assembly elections by the Election Commission of India. Keeping this in view, Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware, keeping in mind the Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018 in the district, has restricted any type of leave of the officials, employees with immediate effect. According to the order of the collector, without any permission from the competent authority, no officer / employee will also go on casual leave and will not leave the headquarter without permission.




Assembly election 2018 : Collector's meeting of Sector officials


Bemetra: Collector, District Election Officer, Shri Mahadev Kaware, held a meeting of sector officers in the collectorate assembly hall at 11 am on Tuesday, 06.09.2018, concluding the assembly election in fair district and peaceful settlement. The Collector said that all the Sector Officers should inspect all the polling booths coming in their sector and get information about the basic amenities. Receive information about drinking water ramps and facilities in the polling booth of the district. Instructions were given to submit the inspection report in the District Election Office. The Collector directed the officials to ensure strict adherence to the Model Code of Conduct issued by the Election Commission of India. Voters Variable Paper Audit Trail (VV Stomach) Machine was also exhibited during the meeting. The Collector told the officials that ensure the voting center does not have any party banner within the 100 meters radius. Ensure that the candidate's name and fato and symbols are not printed in voter's slip. There will be restrictions on carrying mobile citizen's mobile in the polling booth. But the presiding officer will be exempted. The collector informed that web casting will be done in some of the polling booths of the district, which will be connected directly to the Election Commission of India. None of the candidates will be able to vote on the basis of religion consensus. Apart from this, they will not use any religion site to demand votes under their propaganda. The name of the publisher and printer will be mandatory in the template and poster. Collector, Municipal Council and CMO of Nagar Panchayat. Instructed that he should immediately remove the hoarding. ADM in the meeting Deputy District Election Officer Shri K.S. Mandavi was present.

 




Start of the Megels Rubella (MR) campaign from Village Jhal and Dhangaon in Bemetra district


Bemetara collector Mahadev Kaware launched the Meijs Rubella (MR) campaign from Saturday morning onwards. Children were criticized after Nasta. Even in village Dhangaga, the collector took note of the injuries incurred by many children in his presence and the children who came to know of the food and made food for them, in their surveillance. Updated: 06/10/2011 08:18 - 11:11 Things from the primary and middle school children of Dhangao
The Meijles Rubella vaccination campaign has been started in the district, under which all babies from 09 months to 15 years have to vaccinate Rubella. Bemetara District Collector Mahadev Kaware visited the vaccination campaign on Saturday morning at 8 am and reached Dhangau village. Chief Medical and Health Officer of the District Dr. Satish Sharma, District Vaccination Officer Dr. Sharad Kohada, Commissioner of Rajiv Gandhi Education Mission, Kamod Thakur, BEO. Apart from Arun Khare Sarpach Gram Panchayat Jhal, Mrs. Neera Sahu, besides teachers of the school teachers and villagers were present. Collector Kaver said that this campaign is being started on the instructions of the government, even before that the criticism has been taking place so that there is no further sickness. Appealing to the rural people, the way in which you played your active participation in the pulse polio vaccination campaign 20-22 years ago, in the same way, people will also provide their support in this campaign. There are 200 children in rural Jhalal Primary School and 116 children in middle school, who will be vaccinated. Under the campaign, 2 lakh 61 thousand 782 children have been identified for vaccination in Bemetra district. Under the campaign in District Bemetra, about 261782 children of 1364 Government / private schools, Madarsa and 1055 Anganwadi children will be immunized by placing Measles Rubella (MR) vaccine. Will do In order to make the Miguel's Rubella vaccination campaign successful, the support team is taking the help of a total of 109 ANM, 44 MPW, 1874 Matanin, in the vaccine team, and a supervisor has been given responsibility for each team. Chief Medical and Health Authorities, Dr. Sharma, gave detailed information about the campaign and called upon the parents to provide support for the vaccination program. On this occasion, Principal reader, Mrs. Sushma Thakur, Mitanin Smt. Dutti Verma, Gram Dhanagaon, on the occasion of A.N.M. Pushpa Mehar teacher Pawan Tiwari, Mrs. Savita Sharma, Mitanit Smt Sunita Yadav were present.

 




T.D.S. Workshop in relation to deduction


BEMETARA

On Monday, October 1, at the collectorate meeting room, G.T. TDS under the Act Regarding the implementation of the deduction, the workshop of all the Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDOs) of the District will be held after the meeting of the time-limit in the collectorate meeting room.




Timeline meeting on 01 October


BEMETARA

On Tuesday, October 1, at 10.30 pm, in the collector's meeting room, the TL meeting will be held in the collectorate to be held in the collectorate. The date of the meeting has been changed due to the government holiday on October 02 in the celebration of Gandhi Jayanti.




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