Seized 86.8 quintals of illegal paddy seized two days before the start of purchase

Surajpur 29 October 2018 Director of Collector Shri K. C. Devsenapati and under the leadership of District Food Officer Mr. Amrit Kuzur, Paddy procurement, two days prior to the commencement of 2018-19, two days before the Food Department and Mandi Department jointly imposed illegal transportation Coaches were acted upon. The seizure was done after the team found illegal transport of 08 quintals of maize by Narmada Prasad Darreepara in pick-up number UP 64H 2004 at District Headquarter Surajpur by the team and 38.80 quintals of rice from Bajrang Lal Rajvad Grocery Shop located on Sarai Bhayyathan Road was illegal Action taken under the Mandi Act was found after the collection was found.

Similarly, Shyam Lal resident was found to be transporting 20 quintals of paddy from Narayanpur and Ramanujnagar in pickup from Gokulpur by another team and Shiva was found to be transported through Shivpura through a pick-up of 20 quintals of rice, Due to lack of legal documents, the paddy was seized under the Mandi Act, as well as the retail and wholesale licenses procuring paddy in the district. Investigation of Nsdhari merchants License renewal and Staॅk been. Like every year, this year, a joint team of officials of Mandi, Food Department, Cooperative Department, Marketing Union and Revenue Department have been formed to monitor the 32 procurement centers of the district. Surveillance teams have been alerted in all the areas engaged in paddy production centers. During today's proceedings, the team of Shri R D Bhagat Mandi, Mandi Sub-Inspector Shri Ramkesh Sharma, Shri Ganapati Pradhan, Shri Mahaveer Patel, Food Inspector Shri Nitish Kumar, Shri Kamlesh Patel, Mr. Ajit Kujur and Smt. Shweta Agrawal were active during the proceedings.

Successful conduct of two day camp for Voter Awareness

Surajpur October 29, 2018 / Voter awareness through youth is an effective medium. Considering the acidity of the collector and district election officer, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, the self proclaimed self proclaiming that the youth have an important role in making democracy active. A strong village can be built through the youth. Village under Mayor of Pratappur assembly of Surajpur district, under Vidhan Sabha Bhatgaon, in village Totco and Govindpur, in less than 60 percent of the voting centers, in the village election, in the village election, Village Totco, Mayapur Sweep in Govindpur, through two volunteers, about the concept of "Clean Village, Sughar Village", two days National residential camps voter awareness campaign 'running partner, has been widely publicized vote diffuse'. While Chief Executive Officer and Nodal Officer Sweep District Surajpur Shri Sanjeev Kumar Jha, while addressing the volunteers in Govindpur, said that every voter should use his franchise by going to his nearest polling booth.

On the 20th November 2018, all the voters of the village should use their franchise, congratulating the volunteers and attendees and officers of all departments on sweeping publicity through the youth and on the two-day camp event. Everyone has the responsibility. It is to be known that 150 Sweeps are asking the voters to give their valuable votes by distributing the pamphlets together with the voters in every household of the village and sending the sticker to the assembly poll on 20th November 2018 in their nearest polling booth. On the closing ceremony of the camp, Mr. Adeve Wagh, Chief Minister, Smt. Subashan Fello, District Surajpur, Chief Executive Officer, Ved Prakash Pandey, RS Sengare, District sweep coordinator, Dr. Mohanlal Sahu, Mo. Gaus Beck, District Coordinator, Swachh Bharat Mihan Devendra Upadhyay and Development Block level officers.

Voter awareness rally organized in various competition nukkam sabha Green am Capal, being served from propagating through the auto rickshaw where grams of voters were motivated Ouro filling exercise their franchise to Resolution. The Indian Electoral Commission and Sweep Program were informed through Divine Writing, Poster and Banner, to make Cheveer a complete success and connecting with each voter. Where thousands of voters present at the closing ceremony took the slogan of "Let's go, vote cast" at one end and pledge to vote on November 20. On the closing event, after commemorating a large rally, human chain, and voter oath, the students were presented with memento at the hands of the collector and chief executive officer for their outstanding performance.

Account verification of the presiding officers and voting officers in second training mandatory

According to the information received from Chief Executive Officer Shri Sanjeev Kumar Jha in the direction of Surajpur 29 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KC Devsenapati, transferred directly to bank account of honorarium related officials of the election officers and voting officers in the election of 2018. Have to go For this, the name of the officials in the polling personal software, the name of the bank along with the name of the bank, bank account number and IFSC code, mobile number has been entered. In this regard, the name of the bank registered in the polling personal software, bank account number and IFSC code, verification of mobile number information is required to be done in the second training from the concerned officers / employees. Therefore, the employees whose duty has been made in the form of Presiding Officers and Voting Officers have been instructed that in Second Training essentially apply the photocopy of the bank account passbook. At the time of second training, verification of name of bank, bank account number and IFSC code, mobile number will be verified.

Legislative Assembly General Election 2018 Do not get certificates from the medical board and do not submit it again

According to information received from Chief Executive Officer Shri Sanjeev Kumar Jha in the direction of Surajpur 29 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KC Devsenapati, in the Legislative Assembly elections, in the year 2018, the selected officers / employees of the polling party were released from the election due to health reasons. After the application received by the employees, the election office Mcharion been directed to present Honen for health examination before the medical board. 07 employees (1) Shri Ramchandra Singh, Teacher, M.Sh.Judwani, District, Surajpur, (2), Shri Anil Kumar Toppo, Seed Grade II, SHA, U.V.J.J. Surajpur 3) Shri Ajaydeep Bhagat, Lecturer (L.B.) Shri K.Y.M.V.Ordagi (4) Mr. Maheshwar Prasad Yadav, Principal Pathak Pvt. Bhayyathan District Surajpur (5) Shri Sanjay Kumar Tripathi Principal Reader MA Sarma V.K. Surajpur (6) Shri Devnarayan Ram Pradhan Pathak Pvt. Child Ramnagar Vikh Surajpur (7) Mr. Nawaz Mohammad Ansari, Principal reader MA. Bishnupur V.K. Ramanujanagar is released from the electoral work for health reasons.

Under the Medical Board, find 11 workers' health job suitable for the job, but for the purpose of avoiding important work like election by the Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat Surajpur, know that inappropriate attempts to disregard the orders of the duties and disregard the orders of the high officials. The information booklet has been issued due to which the following is as follows: (1) Mr. Sudama P Rsad Cabe, Prime reader Makshakjagtpur, Vikkk Ramanujanagar, (2) Shri Sheikh Hamid Ansari, Principal Reader, Sh.P.M. Kharagawa District Surajpur (3), Mr. Anand Kumar Shrivastav, Principal Pathak, East AMS. Pathakpur V.K. Surajpur (4) Shri Umesh Kumar Singh

Lecturer (L.B.) Shah High School Kharagwan Bhaiyathan (5) Mr. Jai Kumar Mishra, Teacher (L.B.) MA. Kandari (6) Mr. Jagdish Prasad Singh Lecturer, Shaibaba U.V. Ramanujanagar Surajpur (7) Mr. Rajesh Kumar Kushwaha Teacher MA (8) Shri Ashok Kumar Soni, Teacher (L.B.) Sh.M.S. Godpara Salaka Complex Center Salaka Surajpur Barpara (Sonpur) V.K. Bhaiyathan (9) Shri Hiramani Pandey Lecturer Sh.B.U.M. Surajpur (fit by own) (10) Mayaram Sonat Lecturer Shah.Hai School Rasra Oddi (Fit by Self) (11) Sebastian Ekka Lecturer Shah.U.M. Bhaiyathan (Fit by self) and 03 employees (1) Shri Sanjay Pandey Pradhan Pathak Formerly M. Shah. Girl's footsteps Oddi (2) Shri Ram Kripal Sahu Pradhan Pathak Former M.A. Govindgarh V.K. Bhaiyathan (3) Shri Pradeep Kumar Sinha Principal Reader Former M. Maheshpur V.K. The notice has been issued to the Surajpur Police to find Temporary failure after considering advance action against the government.

Do not get a certificate from the medical board and do not submit it; In which (1) Shri Balkrishna Dubey Principal Reader MA Baroil vikh Ramanujanagar (2) Shri Ramkhevon Ram Pradhan Pathak Sh.M.Sasha Dartkarvan Vikhh Pratappur (3) Shri Tikeshwar Prasad Rajwade Lecturer (L.B.) Shah High School Prestha V.K. Surajpur (4) Shri Neel Kusum Lakra Sah. Grade-1 Prof. Balakal Ramnagar V. Surajpur (5) Shri Prabhu Prakash Ekka Teacher MA Sela Para (Rhine) V.K. Bhayyathan (6) Shri Ashok Kumar Mishra U.S. Shawshaw Batra V.K. Bhaiyathan (7) Shri Thakur Singh Lecturer (Pt) SHAU.V. Mahigai Vikh Premnagar (8) Shri Pancham Singh Principal reader Shah. East mother Shaw Silphili district Surajpur (9) Shri Hiralal Nirmalkar Pradhan Pathak Pvt. Gotipara Gopipur V.K. Ramunjnagar (10) Shri S.M. Shabbir Pradhan Pathak SHA Godpur vikh Surajpur (11) Shri Sudhakar Prasad Shukla Pradhan Pathak MA. Pandarificani Tiwaragudi V.K. Ramanujanagar (12) Shri Gopal Ram Chakradhar P. Vardopara kerata vkh Surajpur (13) Shri Narendra Prakash Singh, Senior Agricultural Development Officer, Ramanujanagar (14), Mr. Vinod Kumar Dubey, SI (L.B.), Pvt. Belpara Kusamusi V.K. Bhaiyathan (15) Shri Pramod Kumar Dubey Shah. (L.B.) Kanya Higher Secondary School V.K. Bhaiyathan (16) Shri Pradeep Kumar Accountant District Panchayat Surajpur (17) Mr. Rejan Ram Pradhan Pathak Formerly, M.V. Pampur (18) Mr. Chundratar Chaturvedi Teacher (L.B.) Former M.Sh.B. Bhaiyathan (19) Mr. Harishankar Mishra Pradhan Pathak SH.P.Sasha Pishla (20) Shri Naresh Kumar Christ Principal Reader SHA P.S. Tomo V. Oddi (21) Shri Ram Dev Singh Assistant Grade 01 Office Deputy Director Agriculture Surajpur (22) Shri Balkishun Rajwade U.S. Sh.a.m.sha. Ajbanagar V.K. Surajpur (23) Mr. DK Dubey Lecturer Sha.U.V.Vitivaragudi V.K. Ramanujanagar's name is included.

DESI Krishi Vigyan Kendra Tours by the candidates

Candidates of one year Diploma in Agriculture Extension Services for Input Dealers Course conducted by Balrampur, 29th October 2018 / Deputy Director, Agriculture and Project Director, Soul Yojna, were visited on 27th October at Jabar Balrampur Krishi Vigyan Kendra. Dr. K.R., Senior Scientist and Head of Agriculture Science Center Sahu told the private vendors about the insect pest control technology to the farmers by biological methods. In addition to providing information about nurtured plant inspection, as well as fungus matarias for the insect disorder, Ennopele Buveria Basiacana asked to use the insect parasite which is effective for pest control and safe for the environment. The Center's scientist Dr. S.R. Dubolia (Agriculture Proliferation) told about various types of propagation methods which are easy to adopt for farmers. Manish Pal, in-charge of the center, visited the Kadkanath poultry, goat rearing and dairying under the field of poultry farming. Also tour the field's coffeetery and gardens. With an experimental visit to Krishi Vigyan Kendra, the private vendors certainly know about crop production, poultry farming, cows management and garden crops through some new scientific method. During this time, Mr. Manish Arya, a scientist of soil science at Krishi Vigyan Kendra, and Shri P.R. Kashyap was present.

One nomination papers from Samaritan and Ramanujganj districts have filed nomination papers.

The work of nomination in the Balrampur-Ramanujganj district for Balrampur 29th October 2018 / Assembly Election 2018 starts on October 26. So far 22 candidates of the district have taken nomination form. Today 02 October 02 candidates filed their nomination form. In which the nomination form from Ramanujganj assembly constituency, nomination form from Indian National Congress candidate Mr. Brihaspat Singh and Samaran assembly constituency from Bhartiya Janata Party, Mr. Somnath Bhagat filed nomination form. Today, for the Samaritan assembly constituency number 08, Mr. Arjun Sandilya from Samajwadi Party, Mr. Mikku Khakha from Janta Congress Chhattisgarh (J.), Shri Siddhnath Pakra and Smt Puranwari Pakra from Bharatiya Janta Party, Shri Anand Kumar from Bahujan Samaj Party, Independent Shri Santosh Ram, Mrs. Sulima Tigga, Mr. Faku Ram Oraon and Ajit Kumar Singh bought the nomination form.


In the Vigilance Awareness Week, officials / employees pledged for integrity

Balrampur on October 29, 2018, "Violence eradication, eradicate corruption, create new India", today, collector Shri Hiralal Nayak gave the pledge of integrity and integrity to the officers and employees of the joint District Office Building Complex. For the eradication of corruption in the economic, political and social progress of the country, the need to act together with all concerned parties such as government, citizens and private sector, always committed to the highest standards of honesty and integrity, corruption To co-operate in a fight against, obey the rules of law and rule in all areas of life. , Bribe not take nor bribes, all functions honestly working to present by showing examples, public, their integrity by showing examples of personal conduct report any incident of submission and corruption pledge appropriate agency.


'Assembly Elections-2018' Electronic mail ballot for service voters Office of the Chief Electoral Officer to the District Election Officer Sent e-mail ballot Information given for the process of voting and counting For the first phase polling on 03 November till 11.59 PM Can be downloaded e-mail ballot

The electronic form of postal ballot papers for service voters for 18 assembly constituencies of their districts have been sent to the collector and district election officers of eight districts of Korea, October 29, 2018 / Chief Electoral Officer office. The office of the Chief Electoral Officer has also conveyed the complete process in connection with the voting done through the e-mail ballot as per the directions of the Election Commission of India.
The dates for different process of voting have been determined through the e-mail ballot for the first phase elections by the Chief Electoral Officer's office. As per the directive of the commission, the e-mail ballot paper has been started on 27th October 11.59. On 03 November 2018, the last date for downloading e-mail ballots will be on 11.59 PM. On December 11, 2018, the time has been fixed at 07.59 am to receive the marked e-mail ballot papers.
Chief Electoral Officer Shri Subrat Sahu said here today that the Election Commission of India has issued detailed instructions for communicating e-mail ballots. Shri Sahu has directed all the Returning Officers to ensure compliance of procedures according to the communication made through electronic medium according to the instructions of the Commission. There are five important documents in the documents sent through electronic media. These include postal ballot, electoral declaration format 13a, label cover (inner envelope) for format 13 b, label cover (external envelope) for draft 13 and directional format 13 d for electorate.

E-mail ballot communication system
Chief Electoral Officer told the collector and district election officials about the system of communication of e-mail ballots that for the electronic communication of the postal ballots by the Central Administrative Officer, when the R.O. The working system will be activated then the returning officer will be able to login to the system. After this, they will see the information of election information (such as the details of the election, the state code of the constituency, the type of constituency of the constituency - the assembly or the Lok Sabha, the number of constituencies, the name of the constituency, the date of election and the postal ballot Returning Officer Address for sending back) Also, they will be able to observe the date and time of the download window for the postal ballot and the date and time of the expiry. According to the returning officer, uploading of postal ballot sample (Joint Secretary) in the constituency, observation and acceptance of the sample postal ballot generated by the system, adequate quantity related to the election areas, password (option) and password for postal ballot Can be able to work safely (Chadak Chidambaram) for postal ballot preparation (Lemdatmaj).

Downloading and printing postal ballots
The postal ballot prepared for communicating through electronic means related OTP Using the records, the responsible officers / unit officers / nodal officers or related service voters will be able to print out the printed postal ballot with the help of the given pin. Apart from this, the unit officer or nodal officer can also print out the postal ballot papers with the help of pin and send it to the service voter. In other cases, the unit officer or nodal officer will automatically send a print with the postal ballot for the format 13a, the format 13 b and 13 c for the level (envelope) and the format 13 d to the respective service voter. For the record, the responsible officer / unit officer / nodal officer should ensure that the postal ballot communicated through electronic medium and all the above mentioned formats should be sent to the concerned service voter and not to any other person. Two envelopes, a small envelope for a format 13 b and a larger envelope for the second draft 13C should also be transmitted to each service voter. Related DEOs The adequate quantity of small and large envelopes should be made available to the record officer / unit officer / commandant. Each postal ballot will be recorded by the unit officer / nodal officer to be sent to the service voters (M.P.B.C. This record should be kept in the respective unit for five years in order to present it to the higher authorities before or to the court.
Voting with postal ballot and sending back the postal ballot
After receiving the postal ballot (Mzhehe) and other format sent along with the service voter, the voter should submit his vote by making a mark of the cross mark (or the correct tick mark) before the name of the candidate on the ballot as per the instructions given in format 13 . By placing the weighted ballot in a small envelope, the envelope should be closed with the help of glue. If the number of the ballot is not already printed above the format 13 B, then the number of the ballot should also be entered at the given place. After this, the declaration should be made in Form 13A and the verification of the declaration should be signed by the deployed officer for verification. After that, the closed envelope and the declaration format should be put in a large envelope and closed with the help of gum.

The service voter will have to sign the prescribed place by placing it on the large envelope and label it for the format 13C and it will be sent with the help of the postal facility available at the returning officer's address. If this envelope (format 13C) is being sent to India then no postage stamp is required on it. Post expenditure will be borne by Chief Electoral Officer or District Election Officer.

Counting of postal ballots
The postal ballots sent through electronic mail will be calculated on the returning officer's table just like other postal ballots. Only those postal ballots will be counted, which will be received before the scheduled time to start the counting.
Opening the envelopes
One should be opened one by one after verifying the format 13C envelopes received in the prescribed time. On the external envelope, the QR code (software) will be scanned with computer software and the QR code reader and its validity will be checked. After checking the validity of the outer envelope, the computer will give a unique serial number. Returning Officer will also verify this serial number manually. In the list of ballots received by computer mail, for any possible duplicate, check the entry in the QR code. Computer software will also provide a serial number list of ballot papers examining the Q-R code. Returning Officer will detect all duplicate envelopes indicated by the software and keep them physically together. It will invalidate all such duplicates or more than one (Danszpechasam) votes. All such enclosed envelopes will not be opened for counting and they will be protected separately for future reference. The number of such duplicate postal ballots will be marked in the register.
Two documents should be received when 'B' cover is opened in draft 13C. The first document is a declaration by the voter in format 13a and the second inline format 13 b has a postal ballot. As the envelope opens, the returning officer should declare the declaration in format 13a and the inner envelope of draft 13 b and scrutinize the declaration. Before the opening of the draft postal ballot, the declaration (format 13a) should be checked by the returning officer before opening the postal ballot. All such formats (13a) should be sealed separately before opening 13B and counting.

Unacceptability of postal ballots
If the announcement is not in the declaration in Form 13 or electronic mail ballot identity number does not match the issued number, then the returning officer can reject the postal ballot without opening the inner envelope. Returning Officer can reject it if the declaration is not signed in the declaration, neither verified by the competent authority nor the postal ballot identification number shown in the declaration and the identification number displayed in the cover.
Every such disclaimer should be aptly apportioned and the announcement and cover should be restored in the cover of format 13C (outer envelope). All such covers of Form 13C should be put together in a separate packet sealed in a separate packet. For easy identification of these packages, the details of the constituency name, date of counting and brief details of the forms kept in the envelope should be written on them. In all the enclosures in which all the declarations of format 13a have been found correct, they should be kept in separate packets for counting. After this, the count of electronic postal ballots will be in accordance with the guidelines issued for the counting of traditional postal ballots.
The returning officer must take special care to ensure that the scanning of the QR code is in accordance with the order. Firstly, the scanning of format 13 c should be scanned first, followed by format 13a and the last 13-format format. The scanning order of Q-R code should not be changed in any condition.

'Assembly Elections-2018' Fourth day 8 candidates form nomination form

Korea, October 29, 2018 / Four days to purchase nomination papers in the Korea District for the assembly elections to be held in the second phase in the state. Total 8 candidates have bought nomination forms from the 03 assembly constituencies of the district. Today, no candidate has filed his nomination papers for the fourth day.
Today, in the fourth day, for taking the nomination papers for the second phase of assembly elections in the state, and for submission of nomination letter, for the Bharatpur-Sonhat in the fourth day, Mr. Shyam Singh Marakam, Assembly constituency No. 2 Manendragarh, Shri Pratap Singh, Shri Aditya Shri Ram Prasad Sahu, Shri Ujeet Narayan and Raj Dave, Shri Lakhan Srivastava and Vidhan Sabha Area No. 3, Baikunthpur Shvkrma, Sanjay Singh also feature and took Mr. Bihari form nomination red Rajwade.

Coordination Committee constituted to make 'National Resolution Day' successful

According to the information received from Surajpur 27 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KD Deesanapati, according to information received from Additional Collector and Deputy District Election Officer, Mr. K.P.C., as per the instructions of the Department of General Administration, the death anniversary of Mrs. Indira Gandhi on October 31, 2018, the District Headquarter / Development Block Coordination Committee to recognize "National Resolution Day" at the level of success B has been formed. Nodal Officer (at District level), Assistant District Project Officer, RMSA coordinator (all) Chief Executive Officer, District Panchayat District, Surajpur, Nodal Officer (at Development Block level), Sports Officer and District Tourism / Culture The charge has been appointed a member.

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