Vigilant Vigilance through Giant Rangoli


To fulfill the goal of voting for Voter Awareness Campaign, the Chief Labor Officer of the District Collector, Mr. Hiralal Nayak, and District Panchayat Mr. Shiv Anant Tayal, in the evening, by making giant Rangoli by the students of Ramanujganj Government College, and leading the students of Ramanujganj. With the play and ballot song by the children in the presence of the castle march in the city Voters were made aware

Under the Voter Awareness Campaign, awareness rally was organized by making school students and students of Ramanujganj in the Ramanujganj district, as well as Ganga Rangoli was created on the theme of Inclusive polling by the students of Government College, Ramanujganj. Simultaneously, the Swastika Abhiyan and high school grounds were sworn to make voting in 1500 people by creating a force circle and the attractive candle march rally was taken out in the entire city as a human chain.

In the program, Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak said that awareness of voting in people is being organized by organizing a variety of programs to increase the percentage of voting in the assembly elections 2018 in the assembly elections by college and school students. He said that on 20th November everybody has to use his electorate, this day has been declared a public holiday in the district. 


VoL five days before voting Voter reciprocity will be distributed through door to door. Also, voters will be given a card in the form of an invitation. He asked the present people to vote boldly and vote. He said that 662 polling stations have been set up in the district. Giving information about the Pink and Model polling booth, the collector said that only female voting staff duty has been levied in Pink polling stations. Where only female voters will use their franchise. Keeping in mind the voters should not face any problem as directed by the Election Commission, all necessary basic amenities have been provided in the polling booths. The Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat, Shri Shiv Anant Tayal said that on 20th November, use all his franchise for the strong democracy and not choose any kind of temptation and choose his representative. He said that facility is being given to voters by setting up polling stations in remote areas. All citizens are equal in voting, so everyone must vote in all.

Ramanujganj's Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Mr. Ajay Kishor Lakra, Nodal Officer of Voter Awareness Dr. Abhishek Pandey, District Education Officer Mr. IP Gupta, Assistant Project Coordinator of Literate India, Shri O.P. Citizens of the area including Gupta were also present in large number of colleges and school students.


Expenditure supervisor meeting Lee Expenditure Monitoring Team


Expenditure supervisor appointed for the District Balrampur-Ramanujganj by the Election Commission of India, Mr. Parag K Singh gave a detailed meeting of the meeting of the members of Expenditure Monitoring Team in the meeting room of the District Election Office today.

Expenditure supervisor Mr. Parag K Singh told the Expenditure Monitoring Team members that the complete focus of the administration should be on the basic structure of the election program. Team members should create a Whatts'up group of their own team, which will remain in touch with each other. He said that no one should be added to this group without permission. He asked the team members to do unbiased work without any pressure.

Also talk about any kind of problem if you have any problem. He said that the monitoring team should strive to take strict control over the illegal expenditure. The Election Commission is committed to conduct frank and fair polls. He asked the expenditure monitoring parties to make their discretion and honest work. Additional Collector Shri Vijay Kumar Kuzur and members of Expenditure Team and Monitoring Committee were present in the meeting.

First day 13 nominations form nomination form


For the assembly elections in the second phase in the state, in the Balrampur-Ramanujganj district, on the first day of purchase of nomination papers, 13 candidates have purchased nomination forms from the 02 assembly constituencies of the district. Today, no candidate has filed his nomination papers on the first day.

Today, in the first day, for taking the nomination papers for the second phase of assembly elections in the state elections and assembly elections, no. 07 for the Ramanujganj, Mr. Brihaspat Singh from Indian National Congress, Mr. Dayashankar from the Godvana Republican Party, Mr. Mohan singh from the Janta Congress, Mr. Dharamu Ekka Bahujan mukti party and Shri Shravan Singh from Independence candidate, Mr. Rajpal Singh Nagvanshi and Shri shiv bharos lakda nomination.

Similarly, Mr. Chintamani Maharaj from Indian National Congress for Assembly constituency-08, Mr. Somnath Bhagat from Bhartiya Janta Party Dr. Sohan Lal Kanwar from Aam Aadmi Party, Mr. Pawan Kumar Nag from Bahujan mukti Party, Independent candidate Mr. Radhey Shyam and Mr. Bablla Nand took it.

Keeping the festival in mind, check the hotels by the Food and Drug Administration team

Bemetra October 26, 2018: Considering the festival season, samples of sweet made of rice brand edible oil and mini para (khova) from two establishments of Bemetara city have been collected for examination. This action was taken by the Department of Food and Drug Administration, Bemetra, on the instructions of Collector and District Magistrate Shri Mahadev Kaware. Food clearance (FS SAI number) under the Food Safety Standards Act 2006 was also examined. It should be known that this FSASI number is mandatory to every food service provider. Therefore, this proceeding will continue continuously in the coming days and surprise check will be sent for food sampling and the status of food license will also be checked. In case of non-food licenses, action will be taken under Food Safety and Standards Act 2006. In the proceeding team, Mr. Kamal Prasad was accompanied by Assistant Secretary of Food Safety Mr. Roshan Verma.


Voter awareness through yoga Promoted chariot showing green flag

Bemetra October 26, 2018: - Under the Voter Awareness Sweep Plan, today, at 6.00 am in the local agricultural produce market premises, awareness was made to vote for voters through Yoga demonstration. In which collector and district election officer Shri Mahadev Kaware, hostel students, children of Kasturba school and distinguished citizens joined. Yogi Teacher and Sweep's District Icon (Brand Ambassador) Mr. Dilharan Tiwari has done yoga. Under the leadership of Mr. Tiwari, voter awareness chariot is being taken to promote voter awareness. The Collector, who sent the green flag, sent it to three assembly constituencies and four development blocks of the district.

The Mack Poll is generally held one hour before the scheduled time of voting. Requirements for Presiding Officers

Bemetra October 26, 2018: - The Election Commission has issued instructions for the Presiding Officers. Under this, during the videography by the election authority journalists, representatives of the Election Commission issued by the Commission in the polling booth, keep in mind that not violation of the voting secrecy means that the voter should not be shown while voting. Photography / videography is not done by any unauthorized and intermediary person. While maintaining peace and order, there is no objection to any photographer standing in the line outside the polling station, taking photographs of the crowd of voters. Under any circumstances, a Voter VV, while voting on its ballot unit, Stomach photographs will not be allowed to take. On the day of voting a supervisor can inspect your polling station. It is possible that he should start the tour of the constituency from your center and at that time when you are completing the initial arrangement of voting, he should inspect your polling station, show proper respect, courtesy and respect and give such information. Expect what you expect from him to send your report to the Election Commission. You can also give additional information in addition to routine information to the supervisor. You should provide them the list of absentee voters, voters sent abroad, dead voters (ASDs). He will only inspect the voting done on your polling station. If the polling booth gives a suggestion to make the voting process more simpler, then it should be taken into consideration. The supervisor will be requested to sign a visit sheet, which will be attached to the presiding officer. After the voting you will deposit it with the presiding officer diary. Micro Abrzar will work under the control and direction of the main observer. Micro observers are expected to reach the polling station one hour before the voting starts ie at 7 am and remain in the polling station for the entire day. On the day of polling, the poling booth will not be allowed to come from wearing any political party name, election symbol or slogan cap or shaw etc. It has also been stated in the directive issued by the Commission that the MC Poll will generally be held one hour before the scheduled time of commencement of the voting. Voting agents will be allowed to confirm that VV The abdominal drop box is empty. Presiding officers and voting agents should sign their envelopes. The name and number of polling booth and the name and number of the assembly constituency and the voting date will be mentioned. VV before the actual voting starts. Drops of PAT should be sealed with an AdExt tag. There should be separate lines for male and female voters. Ensure that senior citizens (senior citizen) and divyong voters are given priority to enter the polling station. So that they do not have to wait unnecessarily in any way. BLO or people who you allow permission to enter the voters from time to time to identify or assist you during the voting.

Expenditure Observation Monitoring Room Overview

Bemetra October 26, 2018: - Expenditure Observer Shri Ankit Anand, appointed by the Election Commission of India for the three assembly constituencies of the district, today spent the expenditure Monitoring Room, CVijil, Media Certification and Monitoring Committee (MCMC) Observed. During this, he gave necessary guidelines to the staff engaged in expenditure surveillance. Observer Shri Anand said that during the Vidhan Sabha elections all the students should perform their duties promptly. Collector Mahadev Kaware, Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. H.R. Manhar, A.D.M. Mr. K. S. Mandavi, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. S. Alok, Deputy Collector, Mrs. Silly Thomas, Treasury Officer, Shri V.G. The sub-group along with other officers were present.

Assembly general election 2018 Nomination will be filled today

According to the program released on October 6, 2018 for Surajpur assembly elections October 6, 2018, nomination papers will be filed from October 26 to November 02, 2018 and nomination papers filed on November 3 will be examined. The candidates will be able to withdraw the names by November 5. Under the second phase of assembly elections, polling will be held on November 20 in Premnagar, Bhatgaon and Pratappur assembly constituencies of Surajpur district. Collector and District Election Officer, Shri KD Deveshnapati has imposed the duty of officers and employees for filing nominations. He has asked the dutiful staff to ensure action as directed.
Returning Officers Office
Returning Officer Office has been made to Collector Court, located at Collectorate Complex, for assembly constituency falling under the district. Shri K.D. Devsenapati will be the Returning Officer of Premnagar assembly constituency. The Chief Executive Officer District Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha has been made in the returning officer's office of 06-Pratappur and the office of Joint District Office. Similarly, Additional Collector Shri KP Sai has been made the Additional Collector Court as the Returning Officer's Office of 05-Bhatgaon assembly constituency. Candidates will be filing nomination papers from 11 am to 3 pm.
Information on criminal matters will be given
As per the Election Commission's directive, candidates will have to report criminal cases when filing nomination papers. It has been stated in the instructions issued that every candidate contesting election will fill the information in the format provided by the Election Commission and all the details provided in this format must be mentioned. It has been said to write the details in the upper case against the pending criminal cases against the candidate. If any candidate is contesting on a particular party ticket, then he is required to inform the team about pending criminal cases against him. Related political parties will be bound to put prerequisite information on their website regarding candidates for criminal pre-conditions.
Social Media Information
Candidates filing nominations for the Vidhan Sabha election will have to submit the prescribed information in the affidavit in Form-26 along with the nomination papers. They will also be given the details of the candidate's telephone number, e-mail id and social media account.

Legislative Assembly General Election 2018 Divyng Sweep brand ambassador Divyang voters, including new voting voters are being motivated for 100% voting

Surajpur 25 October 2018 / Propaganda through the direction of Divya Sweep Brand Ambassador under the direction of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KC Deesanapati. According to voters' awareness campaign in Surajpur district, under the guidance of 'Vigar Aaji', Divya Sweep Brand ambassador of the district Mr. Promotion of sweep by God Yadav for new voting voters including Divya voters of the district Work is being done to motivate for tithi voting. The Additional Collector of the District, Shri KP Sai, Deputy Collector, Mr. Ravi Singh, Mr. Abidur Rahman, was duly flagged off from the new Joint District Office for publicity. On this occasion, other officers of the district, including Mr. Vineet Sahu, Dr. Mohan Sahu, Mou Gaus Beck, were present and all said in a tone, "Come on, sing, give vote". Similarly, in order to reach every section of the voter awareness campaign under "Sone, vote cast" under Sweep Surajpur, an innovative effort is being made by Women's Child Development Department to organize easy, good, inclusive plate in Anganwadi centers. . Where the mothers are flowing, they are urging everyone to use their franchise on November 20, 2018. Understand your rights, do not fight with any voting in the village and the slogan was made by everyone, "Come on, sing, vote".

Appointed as Returning Officer of the Assembly wise, Returning Officer will be Collector for Bemetra


According to the election schedule of the Election Commission of India for the three assembly constituencies under the District for the General Elections 2018 for the General Elections 2018, the Returning Officer and Assistant Officer and the Assistant Officer for the assistance of their nomination process have been given the legislative responsibility. Collector and District Election Officer Mahadev Kaware has issued orders for officials, employees. The Returning Officer will be the self-collector for the Assembly constituency Bemetra. Assistant Returning Officer ARO (SDM Bemetra) Mr. D.N. Kashyap and SDM Berla Shri R.P. Anchala, Assistant Grade of Bemetra-02, Ravilal Pahre, Assistant Grade-03, Narendra Singh Rajput, Steno Kamta Prasad Piyush will be present for their clerical assistance. Returning Officer for the assembly constituency will be Sub Divisional Officer Revenue Saja Umashankar Sahu.

Assistant Returning Officer ARO deputy collector Bemetra Shri D.R. Dhruv, Tehsildar Thankhmahariya Prafulla Rajak, Assistant Grade-02 Kailash Padoti for District Office Bemetra, V. Virendra Verma of Tahasil Office, Saza, Steno KL Srivastava of Berla, Tehsil office. Similarly, the returning officer for the assembly constituency Navagad will be the revenue department officer Navagad Dev Singh Uike.

Assistant Returning Officer, ARO, District Panchayat, CEO of Navagad. And Deputy Collector Anandop Tiwari and Tehsildar Bemetra Smt. Uma Raj, for their clerical assistance, SDM Office of Bemetara, Steno Vijay Kumar Verma, Tehsil office, Navadgad's assistant, Grade-03, Balaram Devdas, and Tehsil office will be Gokaran Prasad Dhruv of Bemetra. Assistant Treasury Officer, Shri O.P., at Room No.-05, ​​Collectorate. Rajput has been given the responsibility of depositing deposit amount. Nomination letters can be deposited in Collectorate Bemetra for all three assembly constituencies of the district.


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