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Meeting of Political Party Representatives and Candidates Today


Koriya 29 Nov.

In the chairmanship of district election officer and collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, a meeting of representatives and candidates of all the political parties of the district has been called in the meeting of District Collectorate at 11.30 am on November 30. The meeting will be discussed in connection with the counting program and related preparations related to it.




'Assembly Elections-2012' Counting of votes will be done on 11th December at 8.00 pm in Rajshree Uttam Ramanuj Higher Secondary School, Bacunathpur.


According to the notification issued by the Election Commission of India, Korea, 28 November 2018 / District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narinder Kumar Dugga said here that the work of counting of the Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018 was announced by the Government, at 11.00 hrs on December 11, at the Adarsh ​​Ramnuj Higher Secondary School, Bacunditpur. Will be started.
District Election Officer Shri Narinder Kumar Dugga said that the polling was held on November 20 for the Assembly constituency of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Assembly constituency of Manipur and assembly constituency-3-Baikunthpur on November 20. The District Election Officer informed that the candidate for the constituency of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Mr. Krishnana Prasad Cherava, Mr. Gulab Kamro, Mrs. Chandravadevi Pavel, Mr. Krishan Kant Nagvanshi, Pooja Singh Poaya, Mr. Madan Lal, Mr. Shyam Singh Murkum, Mrs. Sukhamanti Bai, Mr. Shreean Singh, Vidhan Sabha area no. 2 candidate from Manindergarh Dr. Vayya Jaiswal, Mr. Shyam Bihari Jaiswal, Shri Aditya Raj D Mrs. Ambika Singhdev, Mr. Bhaiyalal Rajwade, Mr. Ravneesh Singh, Mr. Lakhan Lal Srivastava, Mr. Satish Kumar Singh, Mr. Digambar Singh, Mr. Deepak Kumar and Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3, Bekunditpur, Shri. , Shri Bihari Lal Rajwade, Sri Ram Pratap Sahu, Sri Lava Singh Uday, Sri Sunil Singh, Mr. Sanjay Singh Kamro, Mr. Gopal Singh, Mr. Chinn Amani Sandily Shri Ram Narayan Sahu went the Preshit information for counting.

 




Counting of votes will be done on 11th December at 8.00 pm in Rajshree Uttam Ramanuj Higher Secondary School, Baikunthpur.


Koriya 28 Nov.

According to the notification issued by the Election Commission of India, District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga said here that the work of counting of the Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018 will be started from 8.00 am on December 11, in the Government, Adarsh ​​Ramanuj Higher Secondary School, Baikunthpur.

District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga said that the polling was held on November 20 for the Assembly constituency of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Assembly constituency of Manipur and assembly constituency-3-Baikunthpur on November 20.

The District Election Officer informed that the candidate for the constituency of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Mr. Krishnana Prasad Cherava, Mr. Gulab Kamro, Mrs. Chandravadevi Pavel, Mr. Krishan Kant Nagvanshi, Pooja Singh Poaya, Mr. Madan Lal, Mr. Shyam Singh Murakam, Mrs. Sukhamanti Bai, Mr. Shreean Singh, Assembly constituency No. 2, Manindergarh candidate Dr. Vayya Jaiswal, Mr. Shyam Bihari Jaiswal, Mr. Aditya Raj David, Mr. Jaljit Singh Poaya, Mr. Pratap Singh, Dr. Florence Nightingale Sagar, Mr. Lakhan Lal Srivastava, Mr. Satish Kumar Singh, Mr. Digambar Singh, Mr. Deepak Kumar and Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3, Bekundipur candidate Smt. Ambika Singhdev. Information for the counting of votes has been made for Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwade, Shri Bihari Lal Rajwade, Shri Ram Pratap Sahu, Sri Lava Singh Uday, Sri Sunil Singh, Shri Sanjay Singh Kamro, Shri Gopal Singh, Shri Chintamani Sandhilya and Shri Ramanarayan Sahu.

 




Constitution Day was celebrated by District Legal Services Authority


Koriya  28 Nov.

In the main hospitality of District and Session Judiciary and District Legal Services Authority President Vijay Kumar Ekka, District Dayal Service Officer, Bakundathpur, was celebrated on November 26, in the district headquarter of Bakunthpur, Nakshuntala Higher Secondary School, Prema Bagh, celebrated the Constitution Day. In his address, in his address, giving information about the structure and history of the constitution, he said that constitution is the largest law. We reside in a democratic republic, where everyone has the similarity of prosperity and opportunity. He also gave everyone in the program the path of introduction of the Constitution.

Extending the importance of the constitution to the school students, Baburunthpur Additional District and Sessions Judge, Bakrunathpur said that all the laws of our country have been created within the purview of the Constitution. They gave information about the fundamental rights and duties provided by the Constitution. On this occasion, the school principal, academicians and large number of students were present. The program was run by the Secretary of District Legal Services Authority, Bekundipur, Ms. Sage Nayak.

 




'Assembly Elections-2012' Safeguarding all the counting centers and strong rooms of the state: Shri Subrata Sahu


Korea, 28 November 2018 / Chief Electoral Officer Shri Subrata Sahu has said that there has been a strong security arrangement of three levels in all the counting centers and in the Strong Room of the state. Shri Sahu said that the Strong Room and the Counting Center are CCTV Cameras and armed security forces are under tight supervision.
It is known that on 27th November, at 8.00 pm, at the Chief Electoral Officer's office, the CEO Mr. Subrata Sahu was asked to give a memorandum regarding the security arrangements of the counting centers of the Congress Constituent Assembly. On this, Shri Sahu gave detailed information about the strong security arrangements made at the counting centers and the Strong Room while assuring the delegation. Shri Sahu told the delegation that the security arrangement of the counting centers is very strong. He said that necessary action is being taken by examining every aspect and facts of the complaint that he has taken regarding security. Mr. Sahu said that according to the guidelines of the Election Commission of India, the security of the counting centers is the first priority and there is no lack to take special care of it.




Polling in more than 80 percent in Korea district Voting in four polling booths of Bharatpur Sonhatt assembly constituency


Korea, 22 November 2018 / more than 80 percent voting has been registered in the three assembly constituencies of the district.
In Bharatpur-Sonhat assembly constituency number 01, 84.11 percent polling was held. Out of 78 thousand 461 male voters, 66 thousand 586 male voters voted, which is 84.87 percent. Of the 79 thousand 440 female voters, 66 thousand 229 women voted, which is 83.37 percent. 3.01 percent increase in the total vote-share compared to the Assembly election year 2013. Which includes 4.04 male and female 1.97 percent women. Polling in Bharatpur-Sonhat Assembly constituency, Nignohar, Canto, Seharadad and Kurti, has been held. In Dadriya Dand, 99.01 voted in Baragi, 98.68 in Bairagi, 98.44 in Majhavankhurd, 98.21 in alarm, 97.94 in Gharanei, 97.45 percent polling in Salongkhurd.
Similarly, Assembly constituency No. 02 Manindergarh has 74.03 per cent polling. Out of 66 thousand 562 male voters, 49 thousand 489 male voters exercised their franchise. Whose reprise is 74.35. Of the 63 thousand 471 female voters, 46 thousand 780 women used their franchise. Whose yield is 73.70. 2.75 percent increase in the total vote-share compared to the assembly election year 2013. Which includes 3.63 percent male and 1.75 percent women. Assembly constituency number 02 in the highest number of polling booths in Manindergarh, 93.28 in Kochi, 91.22 in Kochi, 90.51 in Panari, 90.46 in Kodimar, 90.36 in Chhippipi, 90.15 in Akhardand, 90.14 in Ratanpur, 89.87 in Tikkulua, 89.68 in Bhandarai, 89.68 in Kadreva 89.61 percent polling was held.
 There was a total of 81.18 percent voting in Vidhan Sabha Area No. 03 Baikunthpur. Out of 79 thousand 614 male voters, 65 thousand 349 males voted against which 82.08 was polled. Of the 78 thousand 915 female voters 63 thousand 347 women used their franchise, which is 80.27 percent. In the total vote count increased by 2.42 percent compared to the Assembly election year 2013. Which includes 3.43 percent male and 1.38 percent women. At the same time, the highest number of voting centers in the constituency of Bekundipur were 99.17 in Thakurpur, 96.81 in Chopan, 95.28 in Sardi-3, 95.19 in the Shardoha, 95.02 in Robo, 94.99 in the Rathga, 94.87 in Tengni, 94.74 in Umjer, 94.48 in the Scandal, and There were 94.47 percent polling in Ainjokla.




District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Dugga expressed gratitude to the citizens, media representatives of the district and officers and employees involved in the voting work.


Korea, November 22, 2018 / District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, all the three District Assembly constituencies of Korea District, after the completion of peaceful polling, all citizens of the district, media representatives, retaining officers, assistant retaining officers, micro observers, flying squads, video Surveillance team, expense accounts team, control room, call center staff, media certification and scrutiny The committee, expressing gratitude to the jawans of various companies of the police and the force engaged in security including the BLO, appointed by the Nodal Officers, Sector Officers, Master Television Nurses, the appointed Presidency Officer for the polling booths of different committees directly engaged in the poll. In the district, continuously with the direct and indirect involvement of the civil servants and common people in fulfilling the election. Yoga has expressed its sympathy and good luck.
He said that we live in a democratic country where every citizen has the right to vote and he can choose his person as his representative. More and more citizens of Korea's district have made their participation in this democratic system. All necessary arrangements were made for the preparation and security of the district level for preparing and securing the fair and peaceful polling in the district. The officials of the administration have worked diligently and completed the process of election in a fair and peaceful manner. Shri Narendra Dugga thanked the representatives of the print and electronic media for their contribution and said that they played an important role in making awareness through reaching the people in every major news related to the administration.

 




Assembly Elections -2018: EVM machines sealed from double locks


Koriya 21 Nov

The EVM (CU, BU, VVPET) machine was sealed in a strong room. In the presence of observers and candidates coming from the Election Commission of India, EVM machines were sealed with double locks in a strong room built in the premises of Ramanuj Higher Secondary School, Bacunathpur, voting material return center, located at the district headquarters. In addition to EVM, a copy of the Machpole slip seal, plastic box, a copy of the ballot paper, the Makpole Certificate and the declaration of the Presiding Officer was also kept.These men will be released directly on 11th December ie counting of votes. The security of the strong room has been entrusted to the security forces of the Reserve Bank. In the presence of observers and returning officers, a review of the finished elections was reviewed by political parties' candidates and their agents.

On this occasion, the general observer of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Mr. Vazir Singh Goyat, General Assembly of MP, Mr. Raneender Kumar, General observer of Assembly constituency-2 Manindergarh, General S. Sukumar Swamy of Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3, Bakundipur, Assembly Area Number One Returning Officer of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Mr. R. A. Kruvanshi, State Assembly No. 2, Returning Officer of Manindergarh, Mrs. Tulika Prajapati, Returning Officer of Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3, Bakundipur, Shri Narendra Singh Dugga, Superintendent of Police, Mr. Vivek Shukla, the candidates of political parties and their agents along with the officials were present.




District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga voted with his wife Mrs. Kirti Bala Dugga and the District Superintendent of Police Mr. Vivek Shukla.


Koriya

District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga with his wife Mrs. Kirti Bala Dugga and District Superintendent of Police, Shri Vivek Shukla, voted in the polling station No. 131, located in Oddi village under the assembly constituency of 03 no. Contributed to strengthening On this occasion, he urged the voters to vote for fear and inducement. Then, District Election Officer Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, Smt. Kirti Bala Dugga and the District Superintendent of Police Mr. Vivek Shukla encouraged the present voters by dragging selfies in the selfie zone created in the polling booth.




Assembly election-2018 : Polling station No. 131, located in Odhi, was the elderly woman of more than 95 years and first time voter also voted with voters.


Koriya 20 Nov.

In the polling station No. 131, located in Odgi village under the assembly constituency No. 03 of KOREA district, elderly woman Smt. Sakhun Bargah, aged more than 95 years of Village Kenapara I, voted today with great enthusiasm. He has been making significant contribution in strengthening democracy with the past several years.On the other hand, Odhik Naka's First Time Voter Ms. Kirti Mishra also contributed to the strengthening of democracy by voting for the first time with regular voters. On this occasion, a large number of voters also gave their valuable vote. It is noteworthy that under the sweep activities undertaken in the district, there is a lot of enthusiasm among the elderly as well as the women and youth.

 




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