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Voting with a newborn child of two days, parents named 'Vidhan'

Jashpur 20 Nov.

In Jashpur district, a couple voted with their two-day newborn child this morning. The name of this child born right before the Assembly election, he has kept 'Vidhan'. Smt. Meena Paharia and her husband, Shri Krishna Paharia, of the Special Backward tribe of Navapara village voted with their two-day's newborn son, in the polling station No.-53, Pandharapat of Jashpur assembly constituency.

Mrs. Meena Paharia, after showing the vote on her finger after showing her proudly said that this opportunity of voting comes once in five years. So much pain can be taken for this. They say that there is a festival of democracy, I am proud of voting. All people must vote for ensuring participation in the government. 'Legislative' was born on Sunday, November 18 at seven in the evening.


A crowd of budding voters in the ideal polling booth

Jashpur 20 Nov.

In the district of Jashpur, the Adarsh ​​polling station has been made. There is a crowd of voters in the Adarsh ​​polling center. Various facilities have been made available to all voters in this polling station. Take your photo by voting in voter polling center at Uttara, for which selfie zone has been created. A wheelchair has also been kept for the elderly voters or the Divya voters. So that they do not have any scope to go to the voting machine. The Kidons zone has been created for these children of the voters standing in line to vote for the small children who come with voters who came to vote. So that the children may not be consoled

If any of the voters who come to the polling are concerned about any kind of health related care, then the first aid arrangement has also been arranged in the Adarsh ​​polling center. In which the doctor and the necessary medicines have been kept. E-rickshaw system has also been arranged in the entire polling booth to overcome the worsening of the old and old voting in the polling station. Apart from this, keeping in mind the facilities of voting, arrangement for drinking water, sitting chair, toilets and sun protection has also been arranged in the Uttara Voting Center.

'Review meeting concluded with officers of Armed Forces coming from Digar District to bring peace to the upcoming assembly elections 2018'

Review meeting with officials of the forces coming to the security arrangement for assembly elections 2018 in presence of Police Observer, Mr. Deepak Kumar Sinha and General Observer Shri Yogesh Kumar, Superintendent Jashpur, Shri Prashant Singh Thakur, in the meeting room of Jashpurnagar 17th November 2018 / Reserved Center Jashpur. Finished In the meeting, Superintendent of Police, Jashpur Mr. Prashant Singh Thakur gave information about the geographical situation of all the assembly constituencies of Jashpur district and gave information about the neighboring states of Jashpur and the areas connected to the border.
In the meeting, the Police Observer, Mr. Deepak Kumar Sinha, in view of the geographical situation of Jashpur district, he said that the Jashpur border is connected to other districts, so that the route is connected to another state in which more security is required. He directed the officers and employees to perform their duties with utmost caution while raising their morale. Also, point wise information about what should be the duty of each employee in the polling booth. Apart from this, how should the police work be done, how should they behave towards the voters, and clear instructions on how to discharge their duties on the polling booth.
During this time, General Observer, Mr. Yogesh Kumar called on all officials of the polling booth and asked about the safety of the polling booth and what precautions should be taken from voting to the counting of votes and carefully cautiously Inspired to discharge duty. Information about the entire polling booth of Jashpur district has to be given so that no obstacles will arise in the forthcoming assembly elections and successful voting can be done in the district. "On this occasion, with the Police Observer and General Examination Officer and Superintendent of Police, All the top officials of the Armed Forces were present.

'Released Release of Directory Guide'

Jashpurnagar 17 November 2018 / Information related to upcoming assembly election 2018 'Election Directory Handbook' was released by the Superintendent of Police Mr. Prashant Singh Thakur on Friday. It was released by the Police Observer Shri Deepak Kumar Sinha and General Observer Shri Yogesh Kumar and the officials of the Edak Company. In this book, clearly details of all the assembly areas of Jashpur district were shown through the map and general instructions have also been issued regarding the election for the police and it is clear that what police personnel should do on polling day What to do and various information related to the major legal provisions related to elections and voting and the security of counting votes. The Ilit.
         In addition, the list of police officials in the book and the police stations and mobile numbers of the names and names of the police in charge of all the sections have been mentioned and the name and mobile number of the officials engaged in election has been mentioned so that the officers posted in duty No difficulties, in case of adverse circumstances, their high officials can be contacted and all the voters of Jashpur Includes information centers.


Assembly general election 2018 Voting material delivery on November 19

Jashpurnagar 17 November 2018 / Assembly elections under General Election 2018 will be held in the district of Jashpur from 8 am to 5 pm on 20th November. Additional Collector and Deputy District Election Officer have informed that voting material will be distributed to voting parties from 7 pm on November 19 and voting parties will be dispatched to polling stations. They have said that work will be taken to get back the material till late night after the polling ends on 20th November.
Deputy District Election Officer said that two centers have been set up for distribution of material in the district. The distribution of contents of constituency no. 12-Jashpur and constituency of 13-kuncuri will be distributed to the Government Child Higher Secondary School, Jashpur. Content distribution for Vidhan Sabha constituency no. 14 Pathhalgaon will be done in Government Thakur Shobhasinh College, Pathalgaon. He also said that from the remote places for election work, they will be present in Jashpur and Pathalgaon on November 18. Alternate arrangements for officers and employees of these polling parties have been done by the district administration.

Recovery of 1414 quintals of food grains from 14 traders for 32143 rupees

Jashpurnagar 16 November 2018 / In the district, proceedings of the raids in the district were done on the last day by the inter-state border inquiry party. Food officials said that during the proceeding, recovery of 149 quintals of foodgrains was collected at a cost of 32 thousand 143 rupees after 14 traders illegally stored the business without distributing any documents.
He informed that after collecting the total 149 quintals of 14 food grains from 14 traders under Mandi rule, Mandi charges under Mandi Act 25 thousand 343 rupees disbursed duty 498 rupees and settlement fee of Rs. 6 thousand 300 rupees 32 thousand 143 rupees were collected and deposited in the government account.


Issuance of orders on any kind of survey

Jashpurnagar 15 November 2018 / Collector Dr. Priyanka Shukla informed that in any period of forty eight hours before the expiry of the election, any opinion poll is a crime under section 126 (a) and section 126 (b) of the People's Representation Act.
          He said that in addition to Chhattisgarh, the Chief Electoral Officer has given information through a letter that in any polling area, by any person, in the voting area, for the elections in the polling area, No output vote can be conducted during the hours of the hour. Also, the result of an outburst vote can not be interpreted in front of the public by printing, electronic media, motion picture, television or any other apparatus during such period, nor can it be published through the publication or Promotions can be broadcast in any other way.


4 lakh 94 thousand seized

Checking of vehicles in Jashpur Nagar 14 November 2018 / Garden Tahsil was done on November 13, 2018. The garden tehsildar said that during the check, the vehicle number was found in the CG-15 / DF / 7100 Cratea vehicle by Mr. Sujit Agrawal carrying 4 lakh 94 thousand 440 rupees. He said that Santosh Pankar's document was not submitted when inquired with Mr. Sujit Agrawal. Due to which the said amount was seized.


Divyang Shri Rana Das, with the Chief Electoral Officer, signed the voter's oath in the Jash Pran signature campaign and voted to vote

Jashpur Nagar, 14 November 2018 / Today, the Chief Electoral Officer of the state, with his entire team, arrived in Jashpur to review the preparation for the election in Jashpur district. Under the Jash Pran signature campaign in the Collectorate premises, Divya Sri Rana Das, who does not have both hands - presiding to vote, signed a voter's oath with the Chief Electoral Officer, and also the condition of all Divya Sahi Appeal to vote percentage. The Chief Electoral Officer also appealed to the voters of Jashpur to exercise their franchise on 20th November


Chief Election Officer of the state, Mr. Subrata Sahu, reached Jashpur

Jashpurnagar 14 November 2018 / Chief Electoral Officer of the State, Shri Subrata Sahu, reached here today at 12 noon to review the preparation for the election in Jashpur district. Here he inspected the polling station and the counting center. After which the meeting of the officers in the meeting room of the District Office is held.
                 During inspection Shri Sahu reviewed the counting centers established at Dodkachira Model School. After which inspection of the polling station established in the Adarsh ​​New School, the polling station established at the polling booth and the child higher secondary school. During the inspection, he directed the concerned authorities to ensure the water, toilets and other necessary arrangements in the polling booth.
Meeting of Li Officers in the District Room of the District Office
             Chief Election Officer, Mr. Subrata Sahu, after the inspection, took a meeting regarding the election to the meeting room of the District Office. Additional Chief Electoral Officer Shri S. Bharati Dasan, IG Shri Dipanchu Kabra, District Election Officer and Collector Dr. Priyanka Shukla, Police Superintendent, Shri Prashant Singh Thakur, CEO District Panchayat Shri Kuldeep Sharma, other officers and employees of the district were present.

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