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District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga did a casual inspection of Ramanuj Higher Secondary School


District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Duga conducted an accidental inspection of the Government Ramanuj Higher Secondary School here today. The government Ramanuj Higher Secondary School has been selected for the distribution of material to the voting parties in the Korea District for 2018 election, the return of post-poll return and the counting of votes. On this occasion, he gave the Public Works Department the surety to ensure adequate arrangement of tent, light and sound system etc. District Election Officer and Collector Mr. Dugga said that the distribution of the material to the polling parties would be done on 18th and 19th November and the material will be withdrawn after the voting on November 20 and the counting of votes will be done on December 11. Subsequently, Mr. Dugga gave necessary instructions to the officers present on the occasion to ensure all the arrangements, so that the election process can be done peacefully without interruption.


Discussion of political parties on various topics including criminal record, expenditure and media certification


Chief Election Officer Shri Subrata Sahu on 22 October met with representatives of political parties to discuss various issues related to election. He gave detailed information of various aspects related to Model Code of Conduct with the announcement of election to representatives of political parties. During this, he informed the representatives of political parties about the violation of the Code of Conduct, directly to the public about the C-Vigil app. The meeting was attended by Bharatiya Janata Party, Indian National Congress, Chhattisgarh Janata Congress (J) and Bahujan Samaj Party representatives.
Chief Election Officer Shri Sahu told in the meeting that according to the Supreme Court, the candidates of the election must make public the information of their criminal records. For this, it is mandatory to publish and circulate prominently in newspapers and electronic media. The format for publication has also been determined. After the filing of nomination and the candidate has to be broadcast at least three times before both the voting.

Shri Sahu told in the meeting that certification of publicity material is necessary for promotion. For this, the District level and State level Media Certification Committee has been formed. The promotional material prepared at the level of political parties will have to be certified by the State Certification Committee, whereas it is compulsory to certify the prepared material at the level of the candidate at the level of the District Level Certification Committee. Broadcast pre-certification is mandatory for the promotion of electronic media, while in print media it is mandatory for a limited opportunity. This certification will be mandatory for publicity in the print media 48 hours prior to the end of voting. Electronic media such as TV, radio, F.M. Candidates or political parties will have to apply at least 3 days in advance for broadcasting in channels, e-newspapers, cable TV, SMS and public places in visual audio, while another person, institution or trust can apply for 7 days in advance. Will be able to do it.

Responding to the questions of the political parties in the meeting, Shri Sahu said that the expenditure incurred by the candidate starts from the day of implementation of the code of conduct. In such a situation, it will be seen that the nomination has not been done by him during the public program before enrollment. In case of maturity, the expenditure of the event will be included in the candidate's electoral expenditure. In addition, he said that the use of flags and stickers set by the workers of political parties and candidates will not be considered a violation of the code of conduct but their expenditure will be included in the expenditure of the party or candidate. While addressing the questions of the political parties during the meeting Mr. Sahu said that for the promotion of social media, the Election Commission has directives. The instructions received from time to time in this regard will also be exposed to political parties.

During the meeting with political parties, Additional Chief Electoral Officer Dr S. Bhartidasan, Joint Chief Electoral Officer, Smt. Padmini Bhoi Sahu, Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Shri U.S. Agarwal, Assistant Chief Electoral Officer Shri Srikant Verma, other officials of election work were present.




Partial amendment in the order of Legislative Officers appointed for the licensing of Observers


For the forthcoming assembly election 2018 by the Election Commission of India, District Election Officer and Collector, Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga appointed the Legislative Liaisoning Officers for the purpose of liaisoning the general observer appointed at the district level level for smooth conduct of various election related work at the district level. Has made aesthetic reconciliation.

District Election Officer, for the constituency serial number Bharatpur-Sonhat, Mr. Vijay Minj, Executive Engineer, Public Health Engineering Department, and Executive Engineer of Rural Engineering Service for Manindergarh Mr. Jitendra Kumar Devangan and Assembly Area No. 3 of Bakunthpur. For PMGSY Executive Engineer, Mr. Navin Mehta, has been appointed as the Legislative Liaisoning Officer for the liaisoning of the general observer of the area. Likewise, he has appointed the expenditure observer and Project Officer of District Panchayat Korea Mr. ML Mandavi as Legislative Liaisoning Officer for the Liege of Sweep Observer, to the Executive Engineer of Water Resources Division, Bekunditpur, for the entire assembly constituency, Mr. V.S. Sahu. The District Election Officer has entrusted the appointed liaisoning officer with the responsibility of arranging all facilities to the observer as per the Election Commission's order.


Seasonal Events for Voter Awareness in Korea District


For the voter awareness in Korea district, the participation of all classes in a continuous event will be encouraging, only results will be encouraging in the voter turnout in the district. Considering the motivation, the District and Sessions Judge, Mr. Vijay Kumar Ekka expressed his appreciation with the presence of the Chief Guest of Sweep Garva Program at Ramanuj Mini Stadium. Judge Mr. Ekka, while proposing the events of the District Sweep Committee, said that the vote of democracy will be strong only by voting. On this occasion, District Election Officer and collector of the country Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga said that every voter should use his franchise in the forthcoming election. Encouraging the creation of Sweep Committee, District Election Officer Mr. Dugga said that India has made its place of importance for democracy in the world map. The power of the country's democracy is in voter's vote. Therefore, we have to be conscious so that every voter has to be aware of the participation in the forthcoming poll.

Parekh Police Captain Mr. Vivek Shukla said that every voter should use his franchise so that the country and democracy can be strengthened. He said that by avoiding any temptation and being fair and bold, all voting will be done on November 20. District Sweep Committee Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat, Smt. Tulika Prajapati said that the District sweep committee is continuously organizing different types of different voters to take the voters of every section of the society to the polling station. is. With the presence of the target group in all the programs, the awareness campaign is increasingly moving towards the target. On Wednesday evening, Garba voter awareness program was organized at Ramanuj Mini Stadium, District Headquarters, Baikunthpur. On this occasion guests started the lamp lighting program. After this, nearly two dozen groups of youth have excited everyone by presenting Garba dance on awareness songs.

On the occasion, Assistant Professor Mr. M.C.Himdhar and Fishery Officer Mr. Mohar Cai Sonawani inspired the voters for voting on Pandwani lines to vote for the voters. On this occasion, local songwriter Shri Sunil Manikpuri, a prominent campaigner of Voter Awareness Campaign, presented his classical songs. The District and Sessions Judge provided voter resolution to the present community. After this, consolation prizes were given to first, second, third, and all as encouraged participants of Garba Contest based on their presentation. The platform was conducted by Mr. Umesh Jaiswal. On this occasion, Additional Superintendent of Police, Smt. Nivedita Pal Sharma, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Shree Kaus, Chief Executive Officer of Janpad Panchayat Baikunthpur, Mr. Apurva Priyesh Topp, Assistant Project Officer DSK Mishra, Swachh Bharat Mission, National Livelihood Mission and Urban Livelihood Mrs. Yashodhara Tiwari, along with other officials and staff, will be present in large numbers.



Legal Awareness Camp was held at Government Higher Secondary School, Batra and Government High School, Lakshmipur.

According to the information received from the Secretary of District Legal Services Authority, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi, in the direction of District and Sessions Judge Mr. DL Cuttwar, Surajpur, a legal awareness camp was organized at Government Higher Secondary School, Badara and Government High School, Laxmipur.
In the above camp, Shri Shiv Prakash Tripathi said that our Constitution is mentioned in the Indian constitution, in which our obligations have been given with rights. Shri Tripathi said that the law is made by the government when it is needed for our security, which is our duty to follow. Only by following the law will the country's development and our security system be maintained. He said that law is equal to all, but it is seen that economically weaker sections are being chased by the reach of justice. Because of which reservation was made in the law. Similarly, people of poor classes were going back to the legal battle due to economic weakness. In view of this, the Legal Services Authority Act 1987 was created in which free justice was arranged. Shri Tripathi said under this Act, the Nalsa-Sarsa-Dalsa-Taluka Legal Service Committee is working in the entire country, which is meant to provide easy accessible justice system. Explaining the function and interpretation of the Legal Services Authority in detail, the Right to Education, Right to Equality, Motor Vehicle Act, Tonehi Harassment Act, Abduction, Cyber ​​Crime Sexual Exploitation and Pakos in detail.
By giving information of the Juvenile Justice Act, Child Marriage Prevention Act, related to children, Child Protection Officer, Mr. Manoj Jaiswal, explained the proceedings of the legal process and police administration with children working against the law in detail. In the above camp, Principal Mrs. Rakshas Srivastava, Principal, Mr. K.P. Women, PLV Shri Vikash Kumar Prajapati, Shri Satya Narayan Singh, Shri Umesh Kumar and all teachers and students of the Vidyalaya were present.

Provisional merit list for multipurpose health worker training session 2018-19 Claims objection till October 23

Korea, October 17, 2018 / Chief Medical and Health Officer said here that provisional merit list has been issued for men and women's multipurpose health worker training session 2018-19. An overview of the ongoing list can be done on the notice board of the Chief Medical and Health Officer's office and on the website's preliminary report. Claims objections have been invited till October 23, with complete evidence regarding the list released.


'Assembly election 2018' For the promotion of national and recognized regional parties Free time to get on Doordarshan AIR Guidelines issued by the Election Commission of India for promotion of Doordarshan Aakashani The instructions of the Commission must be strictly followed.

Korea, October 17, 2018 / India Election Commission has issued guidelines for providing free broadcast time on Doordarshan and Akashwani for the promotion of national and recognized regional political parties. According to the revised provisions of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, there is a provision for providing equal time for the promotion of all recognized political parties on the electronic broadcast media of Central Government (Doordarshan and All India Radio). Under this act, Chhattisgarh will also provide free time for promotion to national and recognized regional parties during the forthcoming assembly elections by public broadcaster Prasar Bharti Nigam. This facility of promotion of political parties in the state will be given to the Doordarshan and Akashwani Regional Broadcasting Centers and the broadcast centers located in the capital. It will also broadcast the Doordarshan and other relay centers of Akashwani located in Chhattisgarh.

Date and time of the broadcast
Initially, a uniform period of 45 minutes will be provided to all the national parties and the regional territories recognized in Chhattisgarh on regional networks of Doordarshan and Akashwani. Based on the performance of the political parties in the previous assembly elections, they will be allotted additional time. No more than 15 minutes to be broadcast at a time. For the political parties to campaign on Doordarshan and Akashwani, the time will be given from the last day of filing of nomination for the first phase of voting, two days before the voting of each phase. Prasar Bharati Nigam will determine the actual date and time for publicity in consultation with the Election Commission of India. The date and time of the broadcast will be fixed on the basis of the technical limitations of the operation of Doordarshan and All India Radio and the time available there.

Transcript must be submitted before the broadcast
Political parties must strictly adhere to the parameters set by the Commission for publicity on Doordarshan and Akakaka. For recording the recording and its transcript must be submitted in advance. The group can record broadcasting material (subject matter) in a studio with the technical quality set by Prasar Bharti Corporation or Doordarshan-Aakashwani on their own expenditure. Alternatively, they can record its recording with Doordarshan and AIR and also in their studios located in the capital.

Organizing discussion and debate
Prasar Bharti Corporation will also organize a maximum of two discussions and debate on the Doordarshan and Aakashanki (Chandis Kepennevad, Dandkamungam), while giving time to the public. All eligible political parties can nominate one representative for these programs. In consultation with the Prasar Bharti Corporation, the Election Commission of India will determine the names of the coordinators for these discussions and debate.

Mandatory Guidelines for Broadcasting
The Commission has given strict instructions to political parties for the content of the broadcast. During the campaign, criticism of other countries, attacks on religion or community, malicious or defamatory, inciting violence, contempt of the court, conviction of the loyalty of the President and the judiciary, the unity of the nation, affecting sovereignty and integrity, Content that is individually criticized will not be allowed.

Allotment time for broadcasting for the promotion of parties
All National Political Parties on Doordarshan and Aakashwani, with minimum 45-45 minutes of broadcasting time for promotion, have been allocated time on the basis of their performance in the last assembly election. For broadcasting from the central and regional centers in the capital, the all-India Trinamool Congress in Chhattisgarh has 45 minutes, Bahujan Samaj Party gets 61 minutes, Bharatiya Janata Party gets 194 minutes, 47 minutes for Communist Party of India, Communist Party of India (Marxist) 45 Minutes, 191 minutes for the Indian National Congress and 46 minutes for the Nationalist Congress Party.

Media Certification Committee has certified the advertisement for the broadcast

Korea, October 17, 2018 / First Meeting of the Media Certification and Monitoring Committee constituted to ensure the adherence of Model Code of Conduct during the election, Additional Chief Electoral Officer Dr. S. Till October 16th, under the chairmanship of Bharathidasan The application for pre-certification was discussed in the meeting and after the consent of the members, a certificate of no-objection was issued for the broadcast. On October 16, only one application was received by the committee.
In the meeting, Dr. Renuka Shrivastav (Returning Officer of Raipur South), Chairman of the Certification Committee, Smt. Padmaja and Doordarshan Program Head Mr. P.K. Srivastava was involved. According to the Election Commission of India, one media certification and monitoring committee (MCMC) has been constituted in each district and in every district. The Additional Chief Electoral Officer is the Chairman of the State Level Certification Committee formed by the Chief Election Officer. Apart from this, Returning Officer of one assembly constituency of Raipur district and one of the Principal Category Officers of the Information and Broadcasting Department.

Notification for voting for first phase of voting in the state On the first day no candidate filed nomination

On October 16, 2018 / Chhattisgarh, notification was issued for the first phase of assembly elections on October 16. With this, the nomination process started. On the first day, no candidate has filed his nomination papers for the 18 assembly seats. In the first phase, nomination papers for 12 seats of Bastar division and 6 seats of Rajnandgaon district are to be filed.
It is worth mentioning that nominations can be filled up to 18 seats for the first phase of the elections going to be held in two phases. Nomination papers will be checked on October 24 and the candidate will be able to withdraw his name till October 26. For the first phase, the voting will be held on 12th November whereas the counting for both phases will take place on December 11.
In this first phase elections, a total of 31 lakh 79 thousand 520 voters will be able to exercise their franchise in respective assembly constituencies. 4 thousand 336 polling stations have been set up to ensure 100 percent polling. In this phase 16 lakh 21 thousand 839 women, 15 lakh 57 thousand 592 male and 89 third gender voters will be able to use their franchise.

Instructions to make people aware about voting under sweep program in district


The meeting of the District Sweep Core Committee was held in the meeting room of Yeha District Collectorate under the chairmanship of District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga. In the meeting, the District Election Officer said that voter awareness program is being run by the District sweep committee, Korea under the name of 'Sangari Chhe Vote Dare Bar' under the systematic voter education and electoral participation (sweep) program in the three assembly constituencies of the district. Under the Sweep program, under the Sweep program, women belonging to self-help group formed under National Rural Livelihood Mission and MLS livestock, Prime Minister Ujjwala scheme, under the Chief Minister's Food Assistance Scheme, along with eligible beneficiaries, sports organizations, police and city forces personnel, MNREGA workers A big and influential awareness program for local people, farmers, Gave instructions for organizing On this occasion, he said that a program has been made for voting by Divyang Mitan, for voting of Divyang voters, supported by the district. He said that to provide proper arrangement of housing, food, drinking water, toiletries etc. for the polling party, the concerned authorities were given necessary instructions. Apart from this, the political parties have also been given the facility of making online application for the procession. During this time, he directed the concerned Executive Magistrate and Police team to work with mutual coordination for videography of all the printing press operated in the district. On this occasion, Additional Collector Mr. R. A. Kuruvanshi, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mrs. Tulika Prajapati, Additional Superintendent of Police, Smt. Nivedita Pal Sharma, District Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue, Chief Executive Officer of all district panchayats, all urban bodies Officials and concerned departments of the district level officers were present.

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