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Inspection by Election Observer and Returning Officer

Jashpur Nagar, November 13, 2018 / Independent, Electoral Observer (General), IS Shri Parthasarthi Mishra, was present on 12th November, 2018 at the training center Government Higher Secondary School, Kunkuri, for the purpose of discharging the responsibility of independent, transparent and peaceful election. Inspect the presiding officers included in the examination after the training.
 After the test, the discussions were discussed with the members of the polling team by the Patron Sir. He cautioned everyone that the mistakes made due to the absence of information or negligence on the training site must be resolved in the minds regarding the rules regulating of the elections.
                      After the training site, the Patron sir, the returning officer, Kunukuri Mr. Kuldeep Sharma, along with the Sub-Divisional Officer, Kunukuri Mr. RN Pandey, was present at Mangal Bhawan Kunkuri. Here he addressed the meeting of the Sector Officer, BLO, Kotwar, Academic Coordinator Officer. Mr. Kuldeep Sharma appealed to contact Door to Door with complete hard work, inform the voters of the absentee voting and ensure 100 percent voting in the remaining last seven days for voting and completed till November 15 for distribution of slip to all the voters. Directed to work with capacity.

Acceptance of 16 lakh 25 thousand for the affected families and 4 in road accidents in natural calamity

Jashpur Nagar 13 November 2018 / Financial Assistance grant amount of 16 lakh 25 thousand has been sanctioned for four victims of natural calamities and one affected family in road accident. When the death of Umesh Ram father Rajendra Ram of Village Gullu of Manora Tehsil of Manora tehsil died on June 15, 2018, the nearest heir of the deceased was Rs 4 lakh for the father of the deceased, Madhubala father of Surendranath Pradhan resident of Bhilvantoli village of Kunukuri tehsil. After the death of 28 April, 2018, the financial assistance of Rs. 4 lakhs for the mother of the deceased, Knowledge crores have went sanctioned.
              Balmaiet Bai, a resident of Karanpur village of Monora Tehsil, from Sarpanchashh, After the death of Majiia Rama on July 7, 2018, Rs 4 lakh for the Nani Panduri Bai of the nearest heir of the deceased, after the death of Janak Ram father Madu Ram, resident of village Chitakavai of Kunukuri tehsil, on August 10, 2018, the wife of the deceased Jaanki 4 lakh rupees for Bai and in the road accident, Khaspur tehsil village resident of village Agdeih, resident of Alfius Khokkho, Father Simone Khalkho died on June 14, 2018, after the death of the nearest heir of the deceased. 25 thousand rupees have been sanctioned for the Saroj Khokho.

Recovery of 127 quintals of food grains from 10 traders, 28982 rupees recovery

Jashpurnagar 06 November 2018 / Procurement of the raids in Jashpur, Kunkuri and Manora development areas by State / State Sector Sections team was done on the last day. Food officials said that during the proceeding, recovery of 127 quintals of foodgrains was collected for 28 thousand 982 rupees by traders having illegally storing no documents without any documents.
                             He informed that after collecting the total of 127 quintals of food grains from 10 traders under Mandi rule, Mandi charges under Mandi Act amounted to Rs. 21 thousand 86 rupees, and the settlement fee of Rs. 7 thousand 500 rupees. 28 thousand 982 was collected and deposited in the government account.

Observers observed various monitoring rooms

Jashpur Nagar 03 November 2018 /

Various chambers and polling stations for the assembly elections were examined today by the general observer of Jashpur, Jashpur, appointed for the Legislative Assembly, 2018, Mr. Yogesh Kumar, IAS, Kunakuri observer Dr. Partha Sarathi Mishra and Pathalgaon observer Mohammad Ashfaq.

During the inspection, he has established control form in the Collectorate office, account room set for election, room for monitoring of TV channels under MCMC, Monitoring Cell of Social Media, Civil Aviation Redressal Cell and other polling stations. done inspection. During this period, he took information from employees employed for monitoring for various rooms and also gave necessary instructions.

Installation of single window for permission of election campaign rally, amusement, loudspeake

Jashpurnagar 03 November 2018 /

During the assembly election 2018, a single window has been set up in Jashpur district office for the permission of election campaign rally, general assembly and loud speaker by candidates of political parties. Shri R.S. Parihar, Sub-Divisional Officer Police Jashpur has been appointed in-charge officer. In which the duty of the officer-employees posted in the district has been imposed.

The single window political party and candidates have been set up to allow the use of vehicles for non-commercial, remote, uncontrolled airports, helipad purposes, public meetings, rally, procession, use of sound equipment and election campaign.

Assembly general election 2018 2 nomination papers rejected in nomination papers

Jashpurnagar 03 November 2018 /Nomination papers were examined in Jashpur district under Vidhan Sabha General Election 2018 and due to various shortcomings the nominations of 2 candidates were canceled. During the scrutiny of nomination papers, today the nomination papers of 2 candidates of the assembly constituency of Pathalgaon-14 were canceled due to various reasons.

According to information received from Returning Officer's office, his nomination papers have been canceled after not fulfilling the criteria set by Mr. Anil Kumar Pahha and Swabhiman Party's Mr. Jagat Ram Bhagat of Indian Tribal Party of Pathholanga Assembly Area-14.

It is worth mentioning that 45 candidates had filed nomination in Jashpur district. Of these, nomination papers were filed by assembly constituencies of Jashpur-12 to 14, assembly constituency Kunukuri -13 to 15 and Pathholanga assembly constituency -14 to 16 candidates. After the nomination was canceled, there are 14 candidates remaining in Pathholanga assembly constituency. The candidates will be able to withdraw their names by November 3, 2018 till 3 PM.

20 nominations filed on Thursday


Under the Vidhan Sabha General Election 2018, on November 01, 2018, Jashpur assembly in Jashpur district has filed nomination papers from 9 to 12 candidates. Shri Emanuel Kerketta, Shri Krishna Gopal Namdev, Shri Gaganmani Bhagat, Shri Govind Ram Bhagat, Shri Pradeep Singh, Shri Nan ram Bharadwaj, Shri Rohit Lakra, Shri Vishnu Ram and Mr. Harsh Pandey, today submitted their nomination papers from Jashpur Vidhan Sabha-12 .

Attractive paintings for seismic app awareness

Jashpur 1 Nov.

Under the guidance of District Election Officer Dr. Priyanka Shukla, attractive pictures have been made in the Collectorate office for awareness of C-vigil app. These colorful pictures made near the main gate of the Collectorate office are unmatched by the coming general public and the candidates coming to the nomination. In this picture interesting details have been inscribed about the installation and use of C-Vigil app.

Mercury held on 21st October to bring progress in the mizals rubella vaccination

Jashpur 1 Nov.

A mercury meeting was organized on October 21, 2018 to bring progress in the Mijuls Rubella vaccination by Mitanan MT Hulasi Bai and Mitanin Blake Coordinator. The women in which the signatures were taken.

Chief Medical and Health Officer said that in a news letter in a news letter the news was published that "the violation of the Code of Conduct by the authorities after the selection of Mitanine" and the Chief Medical Officer and Health Officer informed that on October 21 the village No Mitananin has been selected in Chik Basti of Kurakunga. This news was completely published without information which is antitrust and baseless.

Recovery of 650 quintals of paddy from 6 shopkeepers for stolen 36308 rupees

Jashpur 1 Nov.

The proceedings of the casual raids in Gram Lodam and Jashpur conducted by the Inter-State Sector Detection Party on the last day. In which 6,600 quintals of rice was recovered from 6 shopkeepers, 36 thousand 308 rupees. Food officials said that 100 quintals of Laxmani shopkeeper Shri Ashok Kumar Gupta here, 25 quintals here in Shri Santosh Kumar Sahoo, 10 quintals from Sivdhani Gupta and 300 quintals here in Jashpur Nagar, 300 quintals, Sarafat An illegal collection of 150 quintals of rice from 65 quintals and Gupta traders here without any valid documents Were less addressed.

He informed that if the illegal storage was done under the Mandi rules, total 650 quintals from 6 shopkeepers will be given at the rate of 2 percent of the total amount of Rs. 20 thousand 280 rupees per month, and the non-availability of record amount of Tk. Due to the penalty of Rs 14 thousand rupees, 36 thousand rupees 308 was collected and deposited in the account of the government.

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