Political ads require authentication one day before voting


Jashpur 15 November 2018 / Chief Election Officer of Chhattisgarh Shri Subrata Sahu has said that in the print media, it is necessary to get the political advertisement published before the voting day and one day before voting day to the district level and the state level MCMC committee. Thus, the pre-certification of the political advertisement of the political party, candidate or other institution being published on November 19 and 20 is necessary.

 




Issuance of orders on any kind of survey


Jashpurnagar 15 November 2018 / Collector Dr. Priyanka Shukla informed that in any period of forty eight hours before the expiry of the election, any opinion poll is a crime under section 126 (a) and section 126 (b) of the People's Representation Act.
          He said that in addition to Chhattisgarh, the Chief Electoral Officer has given information through a letter that in any polling area, by any person, in the voting area, for the elections in the polling area, No output vote can be conducted during the hours of the hour. Also, the result of an outburst vote can not be interpreted in front of the public by printing, electronic media, motion picture, television or any other apparatus during such period, nor can it be published through the publication or Promotions can be broadcast in any other way.

 




Assembly election 2018 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Exam on 06 April 2019 Application for admission in class 6th Last date of online 30th November 2018


Korea, November 15, 2018 / Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Bacunathpur, has been fixed for the selection of the examination for admission in class VIII on 06 April 2019. For this, any student or guardian can apply for free on the web site by November 30, 2018, through the free and complete application form and complete application form. For this, students studying in class 5th in government or recognized school will be eligible to be born between 01.05.2006 to 30.04.2010 (both dates are included). The certificate issued by the Principal of the school studied for online application, the signature of the student's photo, signature and family or guardian is necessary. For more information, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Canapara, Baikunthpur can be contacted. Apart from this, mobile number 9425581947, 9630649112 and 9425848357 can also be contacted.




Assembly election 2018 Distribution of all ex-servicemen, widows and serving soldiers of the district will be given to the professionals. Interested candidates will be contacted by November 30


Korea, November 15, 2018 / District Sainik Welfare Officer said here today that the dependents of all ex-servicemen, widows and serving soldiers in the district will be given vocational training in Computer Basic, Stitching for Women and Home Short Industry Course. For this, he has requested all the interested candidates to contact the office of District Sainik Welfare Officer, Bekundippur, by telephone no. 07836-234021, till November 30.

 




Assembly election 2018 Notice to 12 candidates who did not submit account expenditure


In the Legislative Assembly elections in 2018 by the Election Commission of India, November 15, 2018, the election expenditure has been told to the candidates to submit the expenditure to the observers. In the same episode, the accounts of election expenditure are being presented before the expenditure observer, Mr. Pradeep Shukla, by the candidates of all 3 assembly constituencies in Korea district. But 12 candidates did not appear in the inspection dates held by Expenditure Observers on November 11 and November 14, nor were the accounts of their election expenditure presented. The expenditure observer took it seriously and instructed the returning officer to issue notice to them. Likewise, other candidates have been instructed to issue the letter to the concerned returning officer for the speedy completion of other related pitfalls.
Returning Officer of Bharatpur-Sonhat, Vidhan Sabha area number one, has issued notices to Mrs Chandravadevi Pavale, candidate of the Bharatiya Janata Party, for not presenting the absence and absence of election expenses in the inspection dates. Similarly, the Returning Officer of Manindergarh, Mrs. Tulika Prajapati, candidate of Janata Dal (United), Dr Florence Nightingale, candidate of Aam Aadmi Party, Mr. Satish Kumar Singh, Independent candidate Mr. Digambar Singh, Mr. Deepak Kumar and Janta Congress Chhattisgarh (J) candidate Mr. Lakhan Lal Srivastava has issued notice.
Mr. Narendra Singh Dugga, returning officer of Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3, Baikunthpur, has not been present in the inspection dates and for not comparing the election expenses, Gondwana Ganatantra Party candidate Shri Sanjay Singh Kamro, Independent candidate Shri Ramnarayan Sahu, Mr. Gopal Singh, Mr. Chintamani Sandilya, candidate of the Indian Panchayat Party, Shri Ram Pratap Sahu, Janata Kangre Candidate Chhattisgarh (j) Mr. AB has issued a notice to Red raajwade.
Returning officers have re-examined the candidates concerned to ensure that they submit their account with the clarification clarification within 48 hours from the date of issue of this letter. Otherwise, in view of the failure to submit accounts under Section 77 of the Representation of the People Act, against them, action will be taken under the provisions of Indian Penal Code 171 (1) and withdraw them with immediate effect, such as the provision of permissible permissions for vehicles etc. They will be taken for themselves, for which they themselves will be liable.




Assembly election 2018 Certification required for polling day before voting and voting day


Korea, November 15, 2018 / District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga said that according to the instructions given by the Election Commission of India, 20 November polling day under polling 2018 and one day before polling day i.e. 19th November will be published in print media Certification of Political Advertising (Pre-Certification) from the District Level Media Certification and Monitoring Committee (MCMC) The Vshyk. He said that according to the guidelines of the Election Commission of India, no political party or candidate or any other organization or person will publish the publication of political advertisement in the print media one day before polling and on polling day unless published. The subject matter of the advertisement has not been verified by the media certification and scrutiny committee. He said that the relevant editor will be personally responsible for violation of this rule.




Assembly election 2018 Certification required for polling day before voting and voting day


Korea, November 15, 2018 / District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga said that according to the instructions given by the Election Commission of India, 20 November polling day under polling 2018 and one day before polling day i.e. 19th November will be published in print media Certification of Political Advertising (Pre-Certification) from the District Level Media Certification and Monitoring Committee (MCMC) The Vshyk. He said that according to the guidelines of the Election Commission of India, no political party or candidate or any other organization or person will publish the publication of political advertisement in the print media one day before polling and on polling day unless published. The subject matter of the advertisement has not been verified by the media certification and scrutiny committee. He said that the relevant editor will be personally responsible for violation of this rule.




Assembly election 2018 Chief Electoral Officer reviewed the preparations for the election by visiting Korba, Raigad and Jashpur Inspection of polling stations and counting places Important instructions given by the meeting of officials


Korea, November 15, 2018 / Chhattisgarh Chief Electoral Officer Shri Subrata Sahu reviewed the preparations for assembly elections on 14th November, visiting Korba, Raigad and Jashpur districts. He reviewed the polling stations and counting places in three districts. Shri Sahu reviewed the preparations for the voting taking the meeting of the officers of the District Election Officers and Election Officers and gave them necessary instructions. Meanwhile, Additional Chief Electoral Officer Dr s. Bhartidasan, Joint Chief Electoral Officer Shri Sameer Vishnoi, Deputy Chief Election Officer Mr. U.S. Agarwal and the security nodal officer of the Assembly election and Inspector General of Police Deepanu Kabra were also present.
Chief Election Officer Shri Sahu inspected the polling stations in three districts and instructed them to ensure the arrangement of ramps for electricity, water, toilets, furniture and lighting. He also informed about the commissioning, randomization of electronic voting machines, distribution of postal ballots on time to officials / employees, webcasting balloting centers and women polling booths being made for women voters. He asked for adequate security of Strong Room and Counting Sites. Shri Sahu directed the MCMC to make certification mandatory for advertisements to be published in print media a day before polling day and polling day.
During the review of the security arrangements of polling stations and counting sites, the security nodal officer and Inspector General of Police, Shri Deepanshu Kabra, in the assembly, said that the deployment of adequate personnel for security in the sensitive areas. They instructed to make preparations necessary for the control of the crowds in and around the polling stations, in advance. Chief Election Officer Mr. Subrata Sahu asked for necessary arrangements for providing information about the Ma'pole and the voting percentage every two hours on polling day. He has directed the concerned candidates and political parties to issue notice to the cases of paid news while ensuring strict adherence to the Model Code of Conduct.

 




Assembly election 2018 Activism of the common people increased in C-Vizil More than a thousand complaints received from the app Immediate action on the complaints of liquor, blanket distribution and political propaganda in the temple


For the second phase of elections in Korea, November 15, 2018 / Chhattisgarh, voting will be held on November 20 in 72 seats. The activities of political parties and candidates are increasing rapidly. Political cognition and activism have also increased in the general public. The complaints of the Model Code of Conduct from the people are being received continuously by the Election Commission of India on the C-Wijel App (Citizen's Vigil App). The complaints have so far crossed the figure of one thousand. After this app has been activated, till November 14, a total of one thousand two hundred and five complaints have been received. Of this, more than 98 percent has been solved, while the balance is being processed.
          Officials said that in the received complaints, 714 required action was taken, while 469 were canceled. Because such complaint was without evidence or incomplete information. The operation on 22 is on. Receipt of grievances received by candidates from the supporters, distribution of liquor, blanket distribution, unauthorized banners - posters are being received. On the basis of these complaints, the FIR has been registered by the watchdog to the FIR along with the seizure. After the complaint of liquor distribution in Kataghora and Korba, the seizure of the material was taken immediately after taking immediate action. There was a complaint of blanket distribution in Narayanpur. The action on which the blankets received at the site were also seized. Similarly, in the Shankar Nagar area of ​​the fort, a complaint was received regarding the political advertisement in the temple, the complaint received on the spot was found correct and an FIR has been lodged against the advertisers. Complaints are the complaints of the highest number of unauthorized banner posters. Apart from this, other matters of violation of code of conduct, including unauthorized transportation of publicity material, are included.
   There are many people who are complaining about C-Visil, who are unable to send proper evidence with the complaint. Apart from this, the complaints are being submitted with incomplete information. Many complaints in received complaints are therefore invalid.
  Of the complaints received from the C-Vizel App, 288 complaints were received in Raipur, followed by 135 in the fort and 116 complaints in Raigad. Similarly, in the lowest Balrampur, 6 and Dantewada and Bijapur 7-7 complaints have been received.
 A separate control room has been set up in the Chief Electoral Officer's office to solve the complaints received on C-Visel. Chief Election Officer Mr. Subrata Sahu is personally monitoring the action taken on complaints received daily.
Efforts are being made to ensure the adherence of Model Code of Conduct during assembly elections-2012 in the state. The Election Commission of India has started an Android-based app during the assembly elections and has arranged to issue a complaint to the Commission for prompt action for violation of the code of conduct. This app can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store.
       It is worth mentioning that the picture and video of the error can be sent through the app through the applying the error during the election process. During the election, if any voter finds that the Code of Conduct is being violated, then he can send his complaint to this app. For this, the complainant can download the photo or video of the event directly by loading the C-vidil application down on the phone. To distribute money or gift for the voter, giving provocative speeches, without permission banner-poster, liquor distribution, making arrangements without permission, unauthorized material transport, meeting after expiry of promotional time, 200 meters of polling center, including publicity Only the complaints of any other code of conduct violation can be done through this app.




Reserve E.V.M. in the presence of observers Randomization of


Bemetara November 14, 2018: - In the presence of observers under the Assembly Elections on Wednesday in the collectorate meeting, Reserve EVM after sealing. Randomization was done. The Election Commission of India, Mr. Sujit Kumar, Observer of Saja Assembly, Beantra Mr. Ranjith Kumar, Navagadh Mr. K. V. Muralidharan in whose presence was remanded. Meanwhile, Collector and District Election Officer Mahadev Kawre, ADM, and Deputy District Election Officer s. Mandavi District Information Science Officer (NIC) Rohit Chandravanshi, E.V. M. Nodal Officer Examined Choudhary, Representatives of various Political Parties - Keshav Namdeo, Sunil Namdev, M.L. Verma and Sanjay Agrawal were present.

 




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