E.w.m. Sealing Machine in Strong Room


Bemetara 21 Nov.

Peaceful voting is concluded tomorrow for the three assembly constituencies of the district under the Legislative Assembly elections 2018. After this, machines have been continuously continuing since late evening. Today, EVMs in the presence of representatives of the political parties, candidates and observers of today's political parties. The machines were sealed in strict security in the strong room made in local agricultural produce market premises.

The said machines will now be taken out for counting on December 11, 2018, on counting of votes. The responsibility for the security of the strong room has been entrusted to the Border Security Force (BSF) jawans. Collector and District Election Officer Mahadev Kawre, Senior Superintendent of Police H.R. Manhar, along with observer Saja-Sujit Kumar, Betematera- Ranjith Kumar and Navagad KV Murlidharan, A.D.M. And Deputy District Election Officer K. S. Mandavi, Returning Officer Saza - Umashankar Sahu, Navagad - D.S. Uike, including candidates and their agents were present on this occasion.




Assembly Elections peacefully concluded District Election Officer expresses gratitude


Bemetara 21 Nov.

District Election Officer has thanked the common citizens for the voting work for the Assembly elections 2018, when the fair, uninterrupted and peaceful completion is done. Collector Shri Kavare said that the process of voting for Saja, Bemetra and Navagadh of the three assembly constituencies of the district was fully completed under the second phase on 20th November. Election results will be announced on December 11. They have expressed gratitude towards the officers, employees of all the departments, officers and jawans of the police and central security forces, all the candidates and political parties, including the common citizens, who have cooperated in smooth conduct of the voting.

The District Election Officer has praised the role of media in promoting peaceful and fair polling and the information of all aspects of the election process to the general public and thanks to the print and electronic media journalists for this. The collector said that the guidelines issued by the Election Commission from time to time reached the common citizens through the media.




All EVM machines reaching the Strong Room, sealed in the front of the representatives Strong Room


Surajpur 21 Nov.

The second phase of Vidhan Sabha General Election -2018 was completed on 20th November 2018 and voting parties reached the skilled strong room including EVM and VVPat machine. Collector and District Election Officer Shri K.C. Devsenapati General Observer Premnagar Mr. A. Tambikanta, General Observer Bhatgaon Shri Amagothu Mr. Ranganike and General Observer Pratappur Mr. Bijay Kumar Nayak And in front of the representatives of the assembly candidate, all EVMs along with VVPat machines were sealed in the government's I-PT building Strong Room at Parri, Surajpur.

Collector and District Election Officer Shri Devsenapati said that these EVMs and VVPat machines, kept in the strong room, will be tightly protected by security personnel and in the presence of candidates and their representatives will now be taken out on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 days on counting day .Security forces have been deployed to protect the voting site of the Government Eye Building Bhawan Parri, Surajpur. For the three assembly constituencies of Surajpur district, 711 voting centers and 134 polling booths of Vadaf Nagar of Balrampur district under Pratappur assembly were created.There were 45 candidates in the three assemblies.

During this time, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat and Returning Officer of Pratappur Vidhan Sabha, Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, Additional Collector and Returning Officer of Bhatgaon Assembly, Mr. KP Sai Deputy Collector, Mr. Ravi Singh, SDM Surajpur Dr. Subhash Singh Raj, SDM Bhayyathan Mrs. Jyoti Singh, SDM Pratappur Mr. CS Pankara and other officials and representatives of the candidates were present.




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.




Assembly Elections 2018: Functioning of Voter Register


Mahasamund

After the voting under the Legislative Assembly election 2018, the work of scuttle of voter register in the presence of collector and district election officer, Mr. Himshikhar Gupta and observers, Assistant Returning Officers and the representatives of various political parties in Krishi Upaj Mandi Patiyajar was completed. These include Assembly-39 Saraypali, Assembly-40 settling, Assembly-41 Khallari and Assembly-42 Mahasamund.




Strong room seals will be tight security arrangements


Balrampur 21 Nov.

After the voting of the Vidhan Sabha elections 2018, on 20th November, voting material was deposited in the Government College Balrampur by the polling parties. Today Collector and District Election Officer / Retiring Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak and General K.C. Chaman, in the presence of candidates and representatives of political parties, Assembly constituency No. 07-Ramanujganj's EVM. And VV Pat machines were sealed in the Strong Room and sealed.

In the presence of EVMs in the presence of candidates, representatives of the candidates and representatives of the political parties, Mr. Shiv Anant Tayal, the retiring officer of Samari and the general observer Mr. Indra Singh Rao, assembly constituency no. 08. And VV Pat machine was sealed in the Strong Room. The Central Reserve Police Force personnel personnel have been deployed by the Election Commission for the security arrangements made in the college.




All EVM machines reaching the Strong Room are sealed in front of the delegates.


Jashpur 21 Nov.

The second phase of Vidhan Sabha General Election -2018 was completed on 20th November 2018 and voting parties reached the efficient Strong Room today with EVMs and VVPad Machin. Collector and District Election Officer Dr. Priyanka Shukla General Observer Jashpur, General Observer Kunakuri and General Observer Pathholanga and Assembly Exemplars were sealed in the Strong Room located in Dodkachaira Model School in front of all EVMs with VVPET machines.

Collector and District Election Officer said that these EVMs and VVPED men, kept in the strong room, will be tightly secured by security personnel and in the presence of candidates and their representatives will now be taken out on Tuesday, Dec 11, 2018, on the day of counting. Security forces have been deployed to protect the counting of votes located in Dodkachaira Model School. It is known that 846 polling stations were made for three assembly constituencies of Jashpur district.




Legislative Assembly Election 2018: Collector and District Election Officer expressed gratitude on completion of smooth and peaceful polling


Mahasamund 21 Nov.

Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himshikhar Gupta has expressed gratitude towards the citizens of the district, including all officers, employees, security personnel, who have done editing and completing the voting process, after completion of peaceful and depleted polling in all four assembly constituencies of Vidhan Sabha under 2018. . He said that the duty of employees and officers was imposed for voting in large numbers, Those who have thoroughly discharged their duties and responsibilities in smooth conduct of the voting with full commitment, while the security personnel also carried out their security responsibilities very well. The citizens of the district, with full support, expressed their faith in democracy using the franchise, taking part in the voting with full enthusiasm, keeping in view the electoral systems.

New voters too took part in the use of franchise for the first time, while senior citizens and voters also voted. The District Election Officer also expressed gratitude towards the media representatives, who conveyed the information of all types of news coverage and made it known to all. Scout-guides, NCC and NSS students played a useful role during voting, This election work is not well edited without the cooperation of the drivers engaged in other tasks of carrying polling parties, which are commendable, with complete dedication and duties of their duty, this work has been edited, for this, all the drivers congratulations Is eligible for.

Apart from this, all other organizations, including self-help groups, social organizations, have all played their role and their work has been commendable, all are eligible for congratulations. He congratulated everyone for giving gratitude to all.

 




Assembly election 2018 : EVM and VPPAT sealed in safe tight room after polling


Mahasamund 21 Nov.

Under the Legislative Assembly election 2018, voting was held on November 20, 2018 in all the four Assembly Constituencies of Saraypali, Basna, Khallari and Mahasamund, from where all the EVMs and VVs PATs obtained after polling were sealed securely in the strong room set up in Agricultural Produce Market Patiyazar Mahasamund. was given. All machines under the guidance of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Himshikhar Gupta were kept in a safe and strong room.

During this time, all the general observers appointed by the Election Commission in the district, Returning Officer, Assistant Returning Officer, Additional Collector of all the State Legislatures, Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Joint Collector Mr. Shiv Kumar Tiwari, Deputy District Election Officer, Shri B.S. Officials and representatives of political parties, including Murmur, were present in particular. District Election Officer said that voting was done in peaceful and smooth manner in all four assembly constituencies of the district. After voting, all Electronic Voting Machines and VVPATs have been sealed and placed here in a strong room. There is adequate security arrangements for this.




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.




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