Seats closed 48 hours before voting country / foreign liquor shops


Balrampur 12 Nov

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 i.e. 18 November 2018 evening closing 5.00 hrs to 20 november 2018 In the said period, all the country / foreign liquor shops in the district have been directed to close seal and to sanction a complete ban on the illegal manufacturing / transportation / storage / holding of liquor-purchase drugs.




Observers take a meeting of sector officials and give them information about the election


Balrampur 12 Nov

In the presence of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak, the Election Commission of India, by the Election Commission of India, the Legislative Assembly election No. 078, the General Observer appointed for Ramanujganj, Mr. K.C. The general observer appointed for Chaman and 08 Samarri, Mr. Indra Singh Rao and the Police Observer, Mr. Mahesh Ghurye gave necessary information regarding the election by taking a meeting of sector officials in the meeting of the old district panchayat.

Mr. K.C.Chaman, General Observer appointed for Ramanujganj at the meeting. Chaman told the sector officials that all of you have now become the employees of the Election Commission of India. You must be aware of every activity of the election process. Along with the Sector Officer, you have also received magisterial power. Therefore, taking all the activities related to the election seriously, take the election task.

He said that on the day of polling day you must stay in the mockpole in a polling station of your Sector. Assembly constituency 08-General Indra Singh Rao of Samri gave detailed information on what to do to the Sector Officer on the day of voting, as well as to ensure the sector officials that all the material related to voting was made available to the voting parties. Yes or No.

They asked to mockpol in presence of polling agents appointed by the candidates one hour before voting and start the polling work at the scheduled time. Mr. Rao got information from the Sector officials about the process after the end of polling. Police Observer Shri Mahesh Ghurye said that some of the polling centers were inspected by me, where good arrangements have been made for voting. He asked the Sector officials to keep the contact number of the Police Administration and instructed them to immediately inform senior officers about any untoward incident or suspicious of untoward incident. Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak told the sector officials that you have understood all the work related to all the elections.

All the Sector Officers once again visit their Sector and ensure all necessary facilities in the polling stations. He asked all officers to use their ballot from the postal ballot. The Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Shri Shiv Anant Tayal also gave information regarding his responsibilities during the elections from the Sector officials. E.C.I.L. in the meeting Engineer and Master Trainer of Hyderabad, Shri N.K. E.V.M. by Devangan And VV Detailed information about the operation of pat machine was given.

 




Instructions regarding conducting no output vote during the period of 48 hours before voting


Surajpur  12 Nov

Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. KC Devsenapati has said that any person, under section 126 (a) and section 126 (1) (b) of the People's Representation Act, in any polling area, During the period of forty-eight hours, the election will not conduct an exit poll during the period fixed for the end of voting for any election in that voting area and the result of an outburst vote will be printed on the basis of print, electronic media , Will not show any electionary talk to the public by other means of television, or similarly, nor do I Will not transmit in the publication or publicity or any other manner of any kind through.




Conducted training of Presiding Officers and Voting Officers


Surajpur  12 Nov

In the presence of Collector and District Election Officer Shri KC Devsenapati and in the presence of Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Shri Sanjeev Kumar Jha, on 11th and 12th November, 2018, the Government Government Higher Secondary School, Surajpur, Government Girls Higher Secondary School Surajpur and Government Revati Raman Mishra College Surajpur In the training of presiding officers and voting officers, concluded.

The total button is pressed with the marked copy of the electoral rolls, the voter SGP, the total button and the voter register. After this, voting ended announcement was announced by pressing the Close button. Procedure for closing the McPoll certificates in a black envelope and plastic boxes is given. Detailed information was given regarding Challenge Vote, Proxy Voter Information about the postal ballot and information about the affidavit was given.

In the energetic envelope, sealed a certain 5 envelopes and put it in a large envelope and bring it open. The presidency diary, ballot accounting, announcement of presidency and information of 16 points is to be unveiled. Nodal Officer Training in Training Shri Rajesh Singh, Assistant Nodal Officer Shri Ajay Mishra was present. Training was given by Mr. P. C. Soni and Dr. Mahendra Pandey. The training of VV Pat, training of VV Pat including training of EVMs and VV Pat machines and control units in different types of errors and fixation were provided for obtaining voting material in the training and obtaining all type of (69) types of goods.

Process of Process and Sealing of the Mok Poll Process of General Elections, Challenge Voter, Tender Vote, Information of the person related to the help of blind, Shanthelang and the experimental voting under 49 (MA) were given. In the polling station, information was given about the process of giving ballot paper to agents and giving it to the agents. After the end of the polling (5 o'clock), the proper information of the process of issuing the slip was made.




Illegal collection coachiyas- 1.55 lakh worth of paddy seized from middlemen


Koriya

The raids were conducted by the investigation team formed in the direction of the Collector Shri Narendra Singh Dugga on November 5 last year by Amle and Krishi Yog Mandi of Food Department, Baikunthpur, Amle of Manendragarh, who conducted illegal collection of paddy straw in the district. In which Mr. Sanjay Singh Kushwaha's shop has 50 quintals in Village Amher resident of Viktodhal block of Baikunthpur district. And Vikaskhand Khadgawan village Podi, resident of Suresh Jaiswal, was arrested for procuring 38.80 quintals of paddy without any documents, and seized it.

The value of the confiscated paddy under the Mandi Act is Rs. 1 lakh 55 thousand rupees. Collector Dugga has given instructions to carry out such action continuously and to take strict action against the concerned if found to be doing such work.

 




Assembly election-2018 : Under the sweep program, the lights will be lit by 18 November, prompting voters to vote


Koriya 6 Nov

District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga reviewed the preparations for the work and election of various departments in the weekly time-limit meeting held in the District Collectorate's meeting here today. Mr. Dugga discussed about the present situation of procurement of paddy from the farmers at the support price in the procurement centers. In the meeting, they provided necessary instructions to the concerned to conduct intensive scrutiny of paddy procurement, preventing irregularities and continuous inspection of procurement centers.

District Election Officer Mr. Dugga has directed the concerned officials to ensure timely delivery of medical kits and election materials for the polling parties. Immediate action will be taken in accordance with the rules of violation of Code of Conduct anywhere in the district. In the meeting, they inspected the polling stations and gave clearance to the authorities to ensure the proper arrangement of drinking water, toilet, ramp, network, electricity, access roads etc.

Similarly, he reviewed the voter identity card and slip from BLO, made a group of 4-5 polling centers, provided medical facility, 15 assembly polling stations, vehicle acquisition etc. In the meeting, he gave clearance to all the officials to work in accordance with the coordination of the fearless, peaceful and unbiased election in the three assembly constituencies of the district.

On this occasion, the collector Mr. Dugga discussed all the important issues of the election and gave necessary instructions and under the Sweep program, lighting up the lamp till 18th November, to encourage voters to vote against Sangari, And other election activities. In the meeting, Additional Collector of the district, Mr. R. A. Kuruvanshi, all the departmental departmental revenue, the Chief Executive Officer of all the district panchayats, officers of all urban bodies and district level officers of different departments were present.




Recovery of 127 quintals of food grains from 10 traders, 28982 rupees recovery


Jashpurnagar 06 November 2018 / Procurement of the raids in Jashpur, Kunkuri and Manora development areas by State / State Sector Sections team was done on the last day. Food officials said that during the proceeding, recovery of 127 quintals of foodgrains was collected for 28 thousand 982 rupees by traders having illegally storing no documents without any documents.
                             He informed that after collecting the total of 127 quintals of food grains from 10 traders under Mandi rule, Mandi charges under Mandi Act amounted to Rs. 21 thousand 86 rupees, and the settlement fee of Rs. 7 thousand 500 rupees. 28 thousand 982 was collected and deposited in the government account.




Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Exam for Online by November 30


Balrampur 06 Nov 2018 / Principal of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, BHELWADI Balrampur has informed that online application for online selection process has been started for admission in the academic session 2019-20. Application for entrance examination can be done online through the website of Navodaya Institution on October 23 to November 30, 2018.

 




8.5 bulk liters hand furnace seized alcohol


In view of Balrampur 06 November 2018 / Assembly Election 2018, under the guidance of District Excise Officer, on the instructions of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Hiralal Nayak, guerrillan proceedings were conducted against those who sell illegal liquor in the district. During this time, the department seized 8.5 bulk liter hand kiln liquor. In which the hand furnace wine was handed over to Mr. Bablu Atjam Shri Somaru resident of Thana Rajpur village Kotagahana 4.00 bulk liters and Thana Rajpur village Zingo resident Smt. Ratnamia husband Mr. Dilshi was handed over to 4.5 kilo liter of hand furnace liquor and the Excise Act 34 ( A) The case was established and arrested.




Second stage online randomization done


Ballrampur 06 Nov 2018 / Legislative Assembly Elections 2018 For the electoral voting machine control unit, ballot unit and VVPAT, the second phase of the online voting of the voting parties will be online randomization. Collector and District Election Officer Shri Hiralal Nayak, Vidhan Sabha Area 06-Pratappur General Observer Vijay Kumar Nayak, 07-Ramanujjanj's Dr. Sunil Kumar Chaudhary, 08-Samarri Mr. Indra Singh Rao, Expenditure Observer Shri Parag K. Singh, Superintendent of Police, Shri T.R. Kosima, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Shri Shiv Anant Tayal, Returning Officer of Pratappur assembly constituency, Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha and in the presence of officials of Political Parties, according to the number of Legislative Electronic Voting Machines in the National Informatics Center of District Office Building. Separate them for the assembly constituencies Ramanujganj and Samaria. Or. Similarly, except for Sangbari polling stations, 131 for Pratappur assembly, 259 for Ramanujganj and 259 polling booths for Samari was also made online.
During this period, Superintendent of Police, Shri T.R. Kosima told representatives of political parties that if the candidates who contest the elections are required to have security arrangements then they can apply through District Election Officer. They will be provided security by the Police Department, whose expenses will be added to the candidate's account. Expenditure Observer Mr. Parag K Singh instructed the representatives of political parties to accurately calculate the expenditure incurred by the candidates during the election.




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