Expenditure Observer Levee Meeting Team Meeting


Bemetara

Mr. Ankit Anand of the Postal and Telegram Service Expenditure Observer appointed for Bemetra district has been appointed by the Election Commission of India for the Assembly election. Whose mobile number is 9425509906. They will see the work of the expenditure observer for the three assembly constituencies of the district, Saza, Bemetra and Navagadh. They took stock of the progress of the work by taking a meeting of the Expenditure Monitoring Team members along with Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Mahadev Kawre in the meeting room of District Panchayat Bhavan yesterday evening. The Collector told members of the Expenditure Monitoring Team that they should work fair, transparent and actively.

It was informed in the meeting that the first class expenditure to be spent by the candidate, which is admissible under the provisions of election propaganda. If the amount is subject to the limit, this includes expenditure on publicity, posters, banners, vehicles, print or electronic media. The total expenditure for this expenditure assembly is Rs. 28 lakhs.

The second category is the expenditure which is not allowed under the law like - for distribution of liquor, liquor or other commodity, and to give a bribe for the purpose of influencing the electors. The expenditure on such items is illegal. It is a crime under the Indian Penal Code. The collector said that cash withdrawal should be inspected daily and for this it should be received from the banks daily. He said that work is to be prepared for twenty-four hours for the prevention of illegal arms, liquor, money etc. and resolve the complaints received within the time limit. ADM in the meeting And Deputy District Election Officer Shri K.S. Mandavi, CEO of District Panchayat Mr. S. Alok

Sdm Returning Officer Navagadh Shri D.S. Uike, S.D.M. And Returning Officer Sanja - Mr. Umashankar Sahu, SDM Bemetra Mr. D.N. Kashyap, SDM Berla Shri R.P. Mrs. Silly Thomas, Nodal Officer for Panchlaish Deputy Collector and Expenditure Monitoring, District Treasury Officer, Shri V.G. Subsidies, members of the Media Certification and Monitoring Committee, Permanent Survivalen Team, FST, VV In-charge of T & Accounts team and other officers related to expenditure monitoring were present.




Training of voting officers of Pink Booth


Bemetara

The training of presiding officers and voting officers for the Pink Booth in the district was organized in the District Panchayat Sabha. Collector Shri Mahadev Kawre instructed to discharge his duties and responsibilities in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Election Commission of India. It is to be known that one Pink booth is being set up in all three assembly constituencies of the district. He was told in training that all the women will be women employees and as soon as possible efforts will be made that the security forces are women employees. Auxiliary polling station has been built, it will essentially be a Pink booth.

Voting process for women polling parties, process of McPaul, EVM Sealing, vv Training related to stomach was given. In the training, the presiding officer's diary and ballot accounting were also reported. During the training, CEO of District Panchayat Mr. S. Alok along with other officials were present.




Organized Voter Festival under Sweep Plan


Bemetara

Voter Festival was organized today at the Basic School Ground in the district today to promote voter awareness and increase the percentage of voting in the district. In which women's voter and school and college students performed rallies and street plays. Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kawre said that the citizens should vote freely without fear of fear.

Become involved in strengthening democracy without coming to any temptation. Their vote will be completely confidential. In the program Anganwadi workers, assistants, self help groups, Mitanin, women commandos, government / non-government schools / college students of the city were present. On this occasion, Nukkad drama of absolute voting and Chhattisgarh Nook drama was definitely performed by the girls of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Bemetra.

During this time, the students pledged to vote for voting and voting. On this occasion, CEO of District Panchayat Mr. S. Alok, District Education Officer Shri G.R. Chandrakar, Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.K. Sharma, District Women and Child Development Officer, Mr. Manoj Sinha, B.E.O. Shri Arun Khare, in-charge Sports Officer Mr. Nageshwar Tiwari was present.




Chief Secretary observed the Strong Room


Bemetara

Mr. Ajay Singh, Chief Secretary of the state, has reviewed the Strong Room made for Bemetara, Navagad and Saja in the three assembly constituencies of the district in Bemetara Agricultural Produce Market Camp. During this period, he also inspected the voting material distribution - deposit room, counting room. On this occasion, Additional Chief Secretary Mr. R.P. Divisional, Special Secretary, Urban Administration Department, Shri Niranjan Das, Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware, Senior Superintendent of Police, Shri H.R. Manhar, along with other officials were present.




Chief Secretary planted seedlings sandalwood


Bemetara

The Chief Secretary of the State Shri Ajay Singh today planted sandalwood plantation in village Amora Panchayat Bhawan Complex in Bemetara district. Additional Chief Secretary Shri R.P. Mandal also planted trees. Special Secretary, Urban Administration Department, Mr. Niranjan Das, Collector Mr. Mahadev Kavre, Senior Superintendent of Police, Shri H.R. Manhar was present.




Chief Secretary inspected the polling booth


Bemetara

Mr. Ajay Singh, Chief Secretary, of the state, inspected the polling station established at Vermont, Amora and Bemetra in the agricultural produce market premises in the polling booth of Bemetara district this morning. During this, he took the information of basic facilities like electricity, water and toilets in the polling booth. In connection with arranging ramps and wheelchairs for the convenience of Divyang voters. Collector Mahadev Kawre said that 847 booths have been set up for the three assembly constituencies of the district. In the 726 polling booths of Bemetara district, 99 voting centers are included in the Dhadha development block of Durg district under Saza assembly. Similarly, 22 polling booths of Bemetara assembly constituency are included in Durg district.

Three Pink booths will be installed in the district. On the instructions of Election Commission, webcasting of 75 polling stations of the district will be done. During the inspection, Additional Chief Secretary Mr. R.P. Division, Special Secretary, Urban Administration Department, Shri Niranjan Das, Senior Superintendent of Police, Shri H.R. Manhar, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. S. Alok along with other officials were present.




Legislative Assembly Election 2018: District Election Officer and Spending Observer joint meeting


Mahasamund

Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himshikhar Gupta today held a meeting jointly with the members and officials of all the teams appointed for expenditure expenditure along with expenditure observer Mr. Ram Singh Shekhawat, appointed for the four Legislative Assembly of Mahasamund district. During this time, the Superintendent of Police Mr. Santosh Singh was specially present. The District Election Officer said that the process of nomination has started from today and according to the schedule set by the Election Commission various teams have been formed for smooth conducting and editing of Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 and continuous monitoring of all those teams. Has been there. Continuous print, electronic and other publicity media are being monitored by the Media Monitoring Committee.

In the meeting, Expenditure Observer Shri Ram Singh Shekhawat asked the members of the Expenditure Monitoring Team to properly discharge their respective obligations, constantly monitor their areas. He said that the expenditure limit for assembly candidate was fixed by 28 lakh rupees by the Election Commission. Complete each of your responsibilities by each team. He also got an introduction to all the team members and members. On this occasion, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Mr. Alok Pandey, Treasury Officer Mr. D.P. Verma, Assistant Expenditure Observers and members of other teams were present.

 




Getting the name directive in the collectorate of the four assemblies


Mahasamund

Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himshikhar Gupta has been issued information for the assembly elections in the district today on 26 October 2018. According to the information issued for name guidance today, the process of nomination has begun from October 26, 2018. According to the information released, Assembly constituency no. 42 - Returning Officer Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himshikhar Gupta, Sub-Divisional Officer, Mahasamund and Assistant Returning Officer, Mr. Sunil Kumar Chandravanshi for receiving the name directive in the Court Collector Mahasamand Room Number-06. Will take action.

Similarly assembly constituency no. 41 - Returning Officer for Khallari and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Shri Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Deputy Collector Mahasamund and Assistant Returning Officer, Mr. Pankaj Dahire, to get the name directive in Mahatma Mandal Room No.25 of the Court Collector Office. Will take action. Similarly, Assembly constituency no. 40 - Returning Officer and Sub-Divisional Officer Pithora Shri B.C. Ekka, Tehsildar Basana and Assistant Returning Officer, Shri Laxman Mishra, will take action to get the name directive in the Additional Collector Office, Mahasamand, Room Number-14.

Similarly, for getting nomination letter in Collector Office, Mahasamand Room No. 20, Returning Officer and Additional Collector, Mr. Alok Pandey, Deputy Collector, Mahasamand and Assistant Returning Officer, Mrs. Pooja Bansal, for Vidhan Sabha Election Area No. 39- Sarai Pali. Will take action. The action taken to get the nomination papers will be from October 26 to November 2, 2018, from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m..

 




During the election, the permission of the vehicle to disseminate various political parties and candidates, from the concerned Sub-Divisional Magistrate


Jashpur

During the election, for the permission of the vehicle for promotion of various political parties and candidates, Jaspur, Kunukuri, Pathalgaon and the departmental magistrates of the garden have been authorized for their area of ​​charge. Collector and District Electoral Officer Dr. Priyanka Shukla issued a circular that the registration of vehicle should be done separately by the departmental penalties for registration of vehicle in which the name of the vehicle owner, type of vehicle, vehicle number and the period of permission for vehicle use etc. are clearly mentioned. The collector has also said that while giving permission, the rules of the Election Commission, New Delhi should be followed.




Barricitting, Enrollment Center and Court Collector and SP Inspected


Jashpur

On 26th October, the nomination process has started for the assembly elections in the district. On the first day of the nomination, on Friday morning, at 10.30 am District Election Officer, Collector Priyanka Shukla and Superintendent of Police, Mr. Prashant Singh Thakur inspected the beriquetting, enrollment center and the court. Nomination is peaceful, without any interruption, for this it has been briqueted on the Gauravpath in front of the collectorate. Along with this, there is a ban on the movement of heavy vehicles from this road.

The Collector and the Superintendent of Police, who arrived to inspect the beriquetting, alerted the security personnel posted on duty and gave the necessary guidelines. Three nomination centers have been set up to collect and submit nomination forms. Both the officers also inspected these centers.




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