Deputy Director Mr. J.P. Moonlight farewell to moonrankar

Balrampur 1 Nov.

Mr. J.P. Chandrakar Deputy Director, Department of Agriculture. On the retirement the officers and staff of the department gave away the devotional speech. On this occasion, the officers of the department appreciated the work done during their tenure and asked to further guide them. Shri Patram paikra Assistant Director, Dr. Abhishek Pandey, Assistant Veterinary Officer, Shri Ajay Kumar, In-charge Deputy Director, Agriculture, Mr. Raushan Kumar Ogre, Assistant Director, Agriculture, Shri G.P. Khandekar, Mr. T.C. Shakya, Dr.K.R. Sahu, Shri Banarasi Ram Yadav

Provide information or information of a newborn baby

Surajpur 1 Nov.

The child was presented on October 31, 2018 by Child Line Vadafnagar, from the Chhaha Nala Ghat Basantpur Police Station and Post Basantpur, and was presented in Bal Kalyan Committee Balrampur. Presently, unknown neonatal child Ujwal is kept temporarily in Sevya Bharti Matrukhaya Ambikpur. If you want to provide any claim objection information or information in relation to the newborn child then present the claim objection by presenting with all the documents in office District Program Officer, District Child Protection Unit and Child Welfare Committee, Women and Child Development Department, Balrampur. Can.


Ten nominees submitted nomination papers today in two assembly constituencies of the district

Balrampur 1 Nov.

For the assembly elections in the second phase in the state, for the 02 assembly constituencies of Balrampur-Ramanujganj district, 10 candidates submitted nomination papers today and 02 candidates got nomination papers. Shri Ramkishun Singh from Bhartiya Janta Party, Jai Bharti Chhattisgarh (J.) Shri Mohan Singh, Independent Shri Dayashankar Marakam, Shri Vinay Kumar Pacara, Mr. Jalal Lakra and Shri Dayanand Singh have nominated their nomination for Vidhan Sabha constituency No. 07-Ramanujganj for Submit the letter.

Similarly, for the Assembly constituency 08-Samari, Bharatiya Janata Party, Shree Siddhnath Paikra and Smt. uddeshwari Paikra, Mr. Mitku Khakha from Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J), Mr. Sohan Lal Kanwar from Aam Aadmi Party and Independent Shri Ajit Kumar submitted their nomination papers. Done

Assembly election 2018 Nomination deposited by today 22 candidates 04 nomination letters taken by individuals

Bemetra November 01, 2018: - Today, for the three assembly constituencies of the district on Thursday, 22 people submitted their nomination papers a day before the last date of nomination. District election officer Mahadev Kaware told that Basant Agarwal, Rohit Sinha, Gulab Singh Lodhi, Tek Singh Chandel, Vishwakand Bafna (form Chaitha Set) and Mrs. Kaushalya Narang are included in the assembly constituency. Similarly, Assembly constituencies from Bemetara to Baldau Prasad Sivare, Yogesh Tiwari, Syed Farooq Ali, Avadhesh Singh Chandel (second set of the farm), Yashwant Sahu and Anjordas Dhritlahar, Tekram Kosla, Bhaskar Ghosh, Harikishan Kurray, Shivcharan Baghel, Bharatlal Patale, Ramakant Roy, Om Prakash Bachpai, Gurudayal Singh Banjare, Dayaladas Baghel (second set of form), Hiralal Anant, with their proposals, Submitted in nominations.
Today, 04 people received a set of nomination papers by depositing bail deposit. These include 01 for Saja assembly constituency, 02 for Bemetra and Navagadh VS. For 01 people involved. In the district office, the form of Form 3 was reached by reaching the cells created for getting the nomination papers made for different assembly constituencies. Ashok Kumar Singhania for Saja assembly constituency, Yashwant Sahu and Seshil Kaushal for Bemetara Assembly constituency and Anandram Daharia for Navagad assembly constituency.

62 Zonal officers appointed for assembly elections 128 root set

Bemetara November 01, 2018: - Preparation is being made by the district administration for smooth, well-organized and inclusive voting in three assembly constituencies of Bemetara district. District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware told that 285 polling booths under Saja assembly constituency, in which 99 polling stations are included in Dhadha Development Block of Durg district. 267 polling stations under Bemetara assembly constituency in which 22 polling stations are covered in Durg district. Similarly, under Navagadh assembly constituency 298 polling booths are covered so that a total of 850 voting centers are included. In these 850 polling booths, one out of the Saja assembly constituency and two in the Bemetara constituency area, including two auxiliary polling station, are also included. Strong room has been set up at Barmara Agricultural Produce Market Complex. From where distribution of election material and voting after EVMs The machine will be stored and placed in the Strong Room. This time four polling booths will be set up in the district, where women will have full responsibility for voting. This initiative has been taken to ensure the participation of more and more female voters in elections. Under the Vidhan Sabha area- Bemetara, under the polling station no. 18, the government's new primary school ward no. 21 Bemetara and polling station no. -191 government primary school building, Berla, assembly constituency - Voting center no. 122 (a) under Government Under the Upper Secondary School Building, Saza, Navagad, the polling station no. 153 is in the government's pre-secondary school Navadgad. Under Bemetara district, 128 routes have been set for 726 and three assistant polling stations and duty of 62 sector (zonal) officers has been set up. Under Saja assembly constituency, 15 zones and 30 routes have been separated. 26 zones and 51 routes have been prescribed under 21 zones and 47 Route and Navagad assembly constituencies under Bemetra. To reach the polling parties, 140 buses will be required, which is being arranged. Three-three check-up barracks have been established in the three assembly constituencies of the district. Through this, strict awareness of the movement of vehicles is being kept.

Proceedings under property deformation

Bemetara November 01, 2018: - The first information report has been registered by the Municipal Council Bemetara in Bemetara police station against the owner of Sia Sari Center under the Chhattisgarh Property Distortion Act 1994. During the national unity race yesterday, Collector Mahadev Kavre and Superintendent of Police Mr. H.R. It was found by Manhar that the pump was pasted in the road divider and pillars. CMO on collector's instructions Bemetara filed this case.


Election watch will be held in the Assembly elections

Bemetra 01 November 2018: - Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware told that the General Observer (General Observer) has been deployed for the three assembly constituencies of the district from the Election Commission of India for the Legislative Assembly election 2018. These included Assembly constituency no. 68. Shri Sujit Kumar, IAS, for the area of ​​Saaza. (U.P.) Their mobile number - 9425509568, Vidhan Sabha area no. 69 - Mr. Ranjith Kumar, IAS for the Bemetra area. (Bihar) Their mobile number - 9425509569, Vidhan Sabha area no. 70 - Navagad area - K.V. Muralidaran IAS (Tamil Nadu) have their mobile number - 9425509570 Arrangements have been made to stay in New Circuit House, located at Bemetara (located in Barela Road). Apart from this, Mr. Ratnamani Sanjeev, IPS (Bihar) will also serve as a Police Observer. Similarly, Mr. Ankit Anand of Indian Postal and Telegram Service has been appointed as an expenditure observer. Whose mobile number is 9425509906.

Fast resolving complaints coming from C-Visil

Korea, 01 November 2018 / India Election Commission's C-Vigil App (Citizen Vigil App) is getting speedy action against people getting complaints. So far, more than 96 percent of the complaints received from the entire state have been solved and the remaining action is being taken. There are complaints about the most unauthorized banner posters installed. Apart from this, cases of violation of the Code of Conduct, including unauthorized transportation of publicity material, are included.
Of the complaints received from the C-Vigil App, 196 complaints were received in Raipur, out of which 170 were disposed off, while in the fort, 62 complaints had been settled in 100 percent. Apart from this, 22 out of 24 complaints have been resolved in Kondagaon. Since activation, so far 501 complaints have been received in the C-Visil application. Of which 484 has been resolved, the proceedings on 17 are still on. Complaints of violation of code of conduct from ordinary citizens are being received through C-Vizil. The least complaint from this is from Bijapur. The only complaint was received in Bijapur which has been resolved. After this, two or two complaints were received from Dantewada and Kadgaon, which have been resolved.
A separate control room has been set up in the Chief Electoral Officer's office to solve the complaints received on C-Vizil. 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 arranged for the complaint to the Commission for immediate action against the violation of the code of conduct by launch an Android-based app during the assembly elections.
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.

District level shooter team constituted to check illegal arrivals in purchase centers

In line with the guidelines of Korea, 01 November 2018 / State Government, Shri Narendra Singh Dugga, the Collector of Kharif Marketing Year 2018-19, prohibits the arrival of illegal paddy in the centers and control of paddy sale in the centers procured by the coaches, intermediaries and paddy. District level flying squad has been constituted to prevent recycling. Divisional Officer Revenue of Baikunthpur Section of Baiqunthpur Section, Mr. PVKhas, Tehsildar of Bacunditpur, Mr. Tikaram Devangan, Krishi Yog Mandi Committee, Mr. Sunil Kumar Singh of Baiukanthpur, Sub Divisional Officer Revenue of Sonhat Section, Ms. Suman Raj, Tehsildar of Sonhat, Smt. Richa Singh, Agriculture Produce Market Committee, Baikunthpur's Sub-Market Inspector, Mr. Rakesh Chandra Gupta and Mannad SDO revenue Rgdh section Pradeep Kumar Sahu, Manendragarh Tahsildar Mr. Bharat Deputy Inspector Kausik, Agriculture Produce Market Committee Manendragarh Mr Sarju Vishvkrma will work. Similarly, in the party, Sub Divisional Officer Revenue of Kharagwan Section, Mr. Dasharath Rajput, Tehsildar of Khadgwan, Mr. Shani Pacara, Deputy Commissioner of Agricultural Produce Market Committee, Mannagar, Mr. Ashok Kumar Singraul and Revenue Department of Bharatpur Section, Mr. Anjor Sai Pakra, Tehsildar of Bharatpur Mr. Pratap Singh and Krishi Praj Mandi Committee, Maninderagarh Deputy Inspector Shri Ashok Kumar Sankraul .

Assembly Elections-2012' On the seventh day 5 nominations filed by nominations form and 12 nominations filed for nomination form

Korea, 01 November 2018 / For the assembly elections in the second phase in Korea, on the seventh day of taking nomination papers and depositing the nomination papers in the district of District, 5 nominations were filed by 5 candidates from the district, while 12 candidates got their nomination The form also filed.
For the second phase of the assembly elections in the state, for taking the nomination papers and depositing in the seventh day today, for the Bharatpur-Sonhat, assembly constituency number, Mr. Madan Lal, Vidhan Sabha area No. 2, Parvati Das for Manindergarh and Vidhan Sabha area number- 3 Shri Shivlal Ekka, Shri Ramnarayan Sahu and Mr. Gopal Singh took a nomination form for Baikunthpur.
Similarly, for the second phase of assembly election, for taking the nomination papers and submission of nomination papers today, on the seventh day, for the constituency number one Bharatpur-Sonhat, Kumari Pooja Singh Poaya, Smt. Champa Devi Pavale, Shri Shyam Singh Marakam, Vidhan Sabha Area No.- 2 Shri Shyam Bihari Jaiswal, Dr. Vayya Jaiswal, Shri Aditya Raj David, Shri Lakhan Lal Srivastava and Vidya for Manendragarh Nsba Area No. Sunil Singh 3 Baikunthpur, Mr. Bihari Lal Rajwade, Sanjay Singh also feature, Ambika Singh Deo and Mr. Biyalal Rajwade filed his nomination form said.

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