Information about the traffic rules given to the auto drivers in the direction of the Superintendent of Police


Jashpur 31 OCT

The number of auto drivers in the district is increasing rapidly. Road accidents are also increasing. Due to non-availability of training and transport rules, accidents are on the rise. In order to solve this problem, under the guidance of the Superintendent of Police, Shri Prashant Singh Thakur, the autonomy of the district was called by the traffic in charge and traffic stop, with a total of 44 auto drivers.

At the time of driving auto drivers, instructions were given to set fixed uniforms, name plates and forged fits in the right part of the auto.
First of all, all auto drivers were asked to show the vehicle papers and checked the paper whose documents were found correct, that vehicle was numbered so that it could be clearly identified.

The drivers who were not present were instructed to follow this rule and the drivers in the district, without permits and no-plate plates, were clearly explained. Simultaneously, the passengers were instructed to avoid the crash by running a smoky and unscrupulous auto. "The autorickshaw drivers who were not aware of the rules were informed in the police line and given instructions on the transport rules and instructions were given to strictly follow the rules.

They were told that if no auto driver is following the rule, then strict and punitive action will be taken against them. Penalty action will be taken by the auto driver on self-consumption by taking intoxication.




Assembly Elections 2018: 8 nominations filed by nominees


Jashpur : 31 OCT

As per Vidhan Sabha General Election 2018 today, on October 31, 2018 8 candidates filed nominations in Jashpur district and 3 candidates from Pathholgaon got nomination papers. Today, on 31 October 2018, by the Election Commission, for the General Election of 2018, for the General Assembly elections, from Jashpur assembly -12, Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Shri Govind Ram Bhagat and Indian National Congress Mr. Vinay Kumar Bhagat filed their nomination papers.

Three nominees from Kunakuri assembly -13 filed nominations, including Indian National Congress candidate Mr Uttam Dan Minj, the candidate of Backward Society Party United, Shri Kaushal Kumar Ohdar and Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Shri Bharat Sai have filed their nomination. Three candidates have filed nominations from Pathholanga assembly-14. Among them, Indian National Congress candidate Shri Ramupur Singh Thakur, Janta Congress candidate from Chhattisgarh (J) Shri Maheshwar Painkara and Bharatiya Janata Party's candidate Shri Shivshankar Pankara have filed their names.

Shri Anil Kumar Pahha for the Scheduled Tribes for Pathalgaon Vidhan Sabha Area- 14 from the Indian Tribal Party, Mr. Swami Kartik Bhagat has purchased nomination papers today by the Indian Bahujan Congress Party and Mr. Kartik Say Sidar. Under the guidance of Collector and District Election Officer Dr. Priyanka Shukla, centers have been set up in the collectorate for purchasing and depositing nomination forms in all three assembly constituencies of the district. Candidates can submit nomination papers by November 2 and the nomination papers filed on November 3 will be scrutinized and names will be withdrawn by the candidates till November 5. The District Election Officer said that only four others are allowed to remain with the candidate during the nomination.

 

 




More than ten thousand people filled with 100 percent voting


Balrampur 31 October 2018. Respect democracy, make a cent percent poll. A huge rally was organized in the High School Ground in District Headquarters Balrampur today, under the Voter Awareness Campaign. More than 10 thousand people were vowed to vote and vote in this rally. Dynamic force-cycle was created by 2000 school-student students during the program. In which 27 Thillas were introducing the progress of the districts of Chhattisgarh.
Collected in the program Mr. Hiralal Nayak said that on 20th November everyone is free to use their franchise by being fair and unbiased. Along with this, the people around you asked them to be careful about voting. He said that special arrangements have been made by the Election Commission to ensure that there is no inconvenience to the Divya voters. The Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Shri Shiv Anant Tayal said that India is the world's largest democratic country, so you do not vote for all your temptation and vote yourself. He told all the people who came in the program to reach the message of voter awareness campaign to the house. In the program, Divya voters who came from various centers of the district were honored by the collector, Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat and Nomadal of Sweep by floral tablets. In the program, cultural program was presented at various places during the four kilometer cycle journey by the public artists coming from Nukkad Natak to represent the voters by the students of the college. At the end of the program, the Chief Executive Officer of the collector and district panchayat and school students encouraged people to vote by traveling on the Chando Chowk cycle from the High School Ground.
Deputy District Election Officer, Shri Durgesh Verma, District Sweep Nodal Dr. Abhishek Pandey, Health and Chief Medical Officer, Shri Gyanesh Chaube, District Education Officer, Shri I.P. Gupta, CEO of all district Pachayam, district officer-employee, Anganwadi activists, students and villagers were present in large numbers.




Collector administers college students to vote


Bemetra October 31, 2018: - Promote Voter Awareness Under the sweep plan, Collector Mahadev Kaware administers oath in the matter of voting for students in government post-graduate college Bemetara. In addition to motivating all citizens to vote while participating in the democratic system, I will vote free of fear and greed in all the forthcoming elections and will play an essential role in voting for other people while also playing their moral responsibilities. I will encourage you. I will strive to encourage Divya voters to participate in the voting process. In addition, the collector flagged the Motor Cycle Rally. On this occasion, Principal of College Dr. Students including DDE, Assistant Sports Officer Nageshwar Tiwari, were present.




Surprise check of the check post by collector


Bemetra October 31, 2018: - Collector Mahadev Kaware conducted an accidental inspection of the check check barrier established in Limahi check of Barala Vikaskhand last night. He instructed the officers to keep an eye on the movement of vehicles during the assembly elections. During the elections, barriers have been set up in the district to check the movement of suspected vehicles. Keep checking for suspicious vehicles. If any person is taking more than Rs. 50,000 in cash during the election, then be sure to inquire about it. Find out the source information of the amount and the fixed bill voucher etc. If you get more than 10 lakh cash amount, then inform it to the Income Tax officials. Inspect the inter-district content on the inter-district boundary and the content that is distributed to voters during the elections. Incentive to voters comes in the category of crime.




People of all classes who joined the National Integration race


Bemetra October 31, 2018: - On the occasion of the Birthday of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, India's first Home Minister was celebrated as National Integration Day on October 31. In the national unity race held in District Headquarters Bemetra, people of all classes took part in the movement. The National Integration Race was inaugurated by Jayastamb Chak in front of the local Tehsil Bhawan. Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware, Additional Collector Mr. S.R. Women's, CEO of District Panchayat Mr. S. Alok, SDM Bemetra Mr. D.N. Kashyap, the CMO of the municipality, all the officers of the department, students of various schools of the city, officers of police department, employees, district representatives of print and electronic media and a large number of townsmen were involved. Earlier, guests arranged wreaths on the oil paintings of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel.

 




Collector administered oath to officials and employees


Bemetra October 31, 2018: On the occasion of National Integration Day, the officials and employees of the collectorate today pledged themselves to dedicate themselves to the unity, integrity and security of the nation. Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware administered oath to officials / employees in the collectorate building premises at 11.00 p.m. It was said in the affidavit that "I swear by the integrity that I will dedicate myself to maintain the unity, integrity and security of the nation and will do our best to spread this message among our countrymen." I am taking this oath in the spirit of the unity of our country which could be made possible by the vision and work of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. I also sincerely submit my intention to make my contribution to ensure the internal security of our country. "Meanwhile, senior Superintendent of Police, Shri H.R. Manor, Additional Collector Shri K.S. Mandavi, Shri S.R. All the employees of Women and Collectibles were present. Similarly, the officers and employees subordinated by the office heads in all government offices of the district were administered the oath of national unity.




Lights in government buildings on November 1


Bemetra October 31, 2018: - State Establishment Day will be illuminated in the government buildings situated in all district headquarters in the night of November 2018. Circular of this effect is made by General Administration Department Ministry Mahanadi Bhavan, Atal Nagar Raipur, all the Heads of the Departments of the state, CEOs, collectors and CEO of District Panchayat. Has been released.




Three Pink booths to be set in the district


Bemetra 31 October 2018: - During this assembly elections 2018, three such polling stations will be formed in the district, where the responsibility of voting will be on women. In these polling stations, women will be appointed as Presiding Officer, Voting Officer No. - One, Two and Three. District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware said that this initiative has been taken by the Election Commission for the purpose of promoting women empowerment and participation of more and more female voters in assembly elections. Women voters will be able to vote without any hesitation in these Pink booths. Pink booth women officers and employees have been given election training in last days. During the training, women officers were told in detail about the Model Code of Practices. During this time, the trainees were given EVMs. And it was also explained in practice by practicing VV Pet.




Voting awareness for the people of Divya Special event today


On October 30, 2018 / Assembly Election 2018, awareness campaign for the illiterate voters will be organized on 31 October 2018 from 1:00 pm on various activities in the Lohia Chowk Community Said under Smooth Goodwill Inclusive Campaign. Various events will be organized mainly on the difficulties related to ELC activities, mock polling, street plays, painting and the mobility of Divyanjonas. In which EVM, VVPet machine will also be told. Along with the voting process, it will be demonstrated directly to the voting process, to make aware of the Wilcher competition, dynamic practical difficulties and to direct the people to experience their Divinity.




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