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.


The ban on Opinion poll and surveys on print and electronic media and cinema houses will also be effective till December 07.

Koriya 20 Nov.

The Election Commission of India has banned any kind of exit poll for publishing or publishing results of any kind of exit polls till the completion of the election process during the assembly elections of five states including Chhattisgarh. In this regard, Chhattisgarh Chief Electoral Officer Shri Subrata Sahu has urged all media institutions to ensure compliance.He said that its violation would be considered as a violation of Model Code of Conduct Code. Referring to the notification issued by the Election Commission of India, Shri Sahu said that the process of conduct of general elections in the states of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram and Telangana states is under process. Voting in 18 constituencies in the first phase in Chhattisgarh has ended on 12th November and on 20th November, voting will be held for the remaining 72 constituencies in the second phase.

He said that on 28th November in Madhya Pradesh and Mizoram and on December 07 in Rajasthan and Telangana, voting is going to be done. According to the provisions of section 126 (a) of the Public Representation Act, 1951, there is a ban for the period notified by the Commission for organizing any exit poll in this period and publishing and publishing its findings. He said that keeping in view this, under the provisions of sub-section (1) of section 126 (a) of the Public Representation Act, 1951, the Election Commission of India will announce the expiration of these states till 7pm on December 12, 2018, till 5.30 pm on November 12, 2018. To ban the poles and publish or publish its results by the pint and electronic media or to spread it in any other way. Has been received.

According to the notification, in the opinion of Section 126 (1) (b) of the Public Representation Act, 1951, in any electronic poll in any electronic media during the 48 hours ending at the scheduled time for the end of voting in respect of general elections, any opinion poll Or any other polling survey, including the results of any election related issue, will also be banned. He said that the restriction of exit poll, Opinion poll and poll surveillance will not be published or broadcast by any means, through print media, electronic media, cinema and television etc. through any means. This violation will be considered a violation of Model Code of Conduct and legal action will be taken against those who do so.

Mr. Sahoran did a distance of 3 kilometers

Jashpur 20 Nov

There was so much enthusiasm for this festival of election within the X-Army Personnel, that within a distance of 3 kms, he came to the polling station, Turrialod, assembly Jashpur, to his village Balmeer. I vowed to serve the country, and voting is essential for strengthening the country's democratic structure, Shri Sahoran said. It is noteworthy that Shri Sahoran is paralyzed but he has never given up on physical inability to dominate his power.

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.

Webcasting of 85 polling stations in the district


Webcasting of 85 polling stations of three assembly constituencies of the district was webcasting under the assembly elections. Webcasting was also done in the 2 booths of Saza assembly constituency of Bemetara district under the Dhadha block. These polling stations were directly linked to the Election Commission of India, New Delhi, the Chief Electoral Office, Chhattisgarh-Raipur and District Election Office. Collector Mahadev Kawre today observed the webcasting process from the Temporary Election Control Room set up in Agricultural Produce Market.

Increasingly taken part in women's election in the Sanghi booth

Bemetara 20 Nov.

Four assembly booths were set up in the three assembly constituencies of the district under the Legislative Assembly election 2018. This booth has been set up to increase voting percentage and promote women's awareness. Sangwari polling centers were created in the 4 block headquarters of the district. These include the polling station no. 112 (a) of ma Shaw West Room No. 11, Berla Voting Center No. 191 (a), Primary School Building, Navagad Polling Station No. 153, Government East. Shaw The new primary school building is included in the Kabir Kuti ward, Bemetara. In addition to the Presiding / Polling Officer, the security personnel were women too. Who played their duties with full speed till the voting process.

The enthusiasm seen in people against voting in the district

Bemetara 20 Nov.

In the Bemetara district, people took part in the popular vote of democracy. In the election, the people used to express their satisfaction with the Voterable Paper Audit Trail (VV Pat) for the first time used voters that this initiative of the commission is very commendable. After voting for the voter of his choice, his name and logo will be VV. Looking through pat. Especially young voters and Millennium Voters saw great enthusiasm.The youth increased their participation in the election. Nirabai Patel, 90-year-old Biraj Bai Sahu of village Matka and Village Khamharia of Navagadh constituency, has voted 95 years. Somewhere in the Bemetara district, Saas-Bahu, Nand-Sister-in-law, came together to vote and nowhere with friends and neighbors. There was a lot of enthusiasm about voting in women. In rural areas, women left their entire work from morning to go and vote for themselves.

The village's long queues were seen from 8 am in village Gunjera, Chakayya, Jhulna, Ahiyakhakhor, Sarda. Women also appreciated the cooperation found at the polling booths. In the district, 4 women voting centers have come to vote. People also liked the arrangements made for voters at polling booths. Security arrangements were made in sensitive polling stations of the district.



Collector observed on the day of voting

Bemetara 20 Nov.

Polling was held in the district today on Tuesday under the second phase of assembly elections. Collector and District Election Officer Mahadev Kawre inspected the polling booth, Gunbarbod polling center under Bemetara assembly constituency this morning. Apart from this, he also reviewed the polling of two polling booths and new primary schools established in the agricultural produce market premises. On this occasion, CEO of District Panchayat s. Alok was also present.

Seats closed 48 hours before voting country / foreign liquor shops


The second phase of the Legislative Assembly election 2018 is to be held on November 20, 2018. As per the instructions issued by the Commercial Tax Excise Department Raipur, Collector and District Magistrate, Mr. Hiralal Nayak, using the powers conferred in sub-section (1) of Section 24 of the Excise Act, 1915, all the domestic / foreign liquor shops operated in the district, 48 Hours before ie November 18, 2018 evening, from 5.00 pm to 20 November 2018, the said period is declared dry-day. All the country / foreign liquor shops in the district have been directed to ban seal and illegal liquor manufacturing / transportation / storage / holding of liquor.

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