Assembly election 2018 Torch rally and voter awareness in Tosgaon


According to the instructions of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta, Mahatma Mandal, 18th October 2018, Voter Awareness Program was organized at Toshgaon, the lowest polling booth of the SaraiPali assembly, on 17th October, 2014, under which the villagers under the Election Literacy Club Through the activity of snakes, cats, cats, eye belts etc were operated. Thereafter, the torch rally was started from the upper primary school and the village was visited and people were urged to use their franchise without being influenced by independent, unbiased, impartial, fear and greed. After this, people were made aware of the making of a fake polling station and were told about the transparency process by demonstrating the EVM and VVPat machine.
On this occasion, Sub Divisional Officer (Revenue) Saraypali, Mr. Vinay Kumar Langeh, Tehsildar, Saraypali, Lalita Bhagat, Additional Chief Executive Officer, Gaikwad, Nodal Officer of Government College, Saraypali, Mr. Upendra Kumar Beriah, Sweep Nodal Officer Mr. Lalit Sahu, Smt. Kumudani Bhoi, Educationist Mr. Vidyabhushan Satpathy, Supervisor Ms. Diksha Barik, Master Television Male Mr. Nirmal Pradhan, Shri Sat Sh Swarup Patel, packages Coordinator Mr. Chandrahas eligible, Anganwadi worker, motivator, a member of the women self-help groups, contributed NSS volunteers, adolescent female students, educate voters, officers and employees and rural people in various departments.

 




Assembly election 2018 Meeting of private publisher


In connection with Mahasamund, October 18, 2018 / Assembly General Election 2018, the meeting of all the private publishers of the district was held at 2 pm in the meeting of the District Office. Collector and District Election Officer said that the printing and publication of pamphlets, posters etc. for election work has been regulated by the provisions of Section 127A of the Public Representation Act, 1951. He said that when printing and publishing pamphlet or poster, the name and address of the printing or publication should be written. The declaration of the publisher's identity is verified by his signature and two persons who personally know him. Declaration with a copy of the document by the printer at the appropriate time after the printing of the document, if it has been stamped in the capital of that state, then it will be sent to its Chief Electoral Officer and in other case where the district magistrate of the district has been printed. .
In the meeting, all the publications of the publication of pamphlets, posters, banners etc. have been conveyed to all the instructions and provisions given by the Election Commission to the private publisher. In this regard, it was also informed that the publisher should ensure the compliance of these provisions. Action will be taken in the case of non-compliance with instructions given regarding printing and publication. It was also informed that information should be given in detail in relation to all material published and printed for publicity. In the training program, the Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Mr. Alok Pandey, Sub Divisional Officer (Revenue) Saraypali, Mr. Vinay Kumar Langeh, Joint Collector Mr. Shivkumar Tiwari, all Returning Officers and Assistant Returning Officers Were.

 




Collector held a meeting of officials


Bemetara

The district administration is fully prepared to make fair, uninterrupted and peaceful elections in the district. Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kawre has instructed the employees to conduct election training responsibly responsibly by taking a nodal officer meeting in the collector's room this evening. The collector said that the responsibility of all officers and employees engaged in election work is important. With the cooperation of everyone, the work of election will be completed. The collector said that the task of election is the responsibility of responsibility. Responsibility of all nodal officers is important. The responsibilities have been submitted by the written order to the staff for the formation and training of the polling party, distribution of the material and the submission of the return, the transport system etc.

The responsibility of the Nodal Officer is to ensure that the regular attendance of employees engaged in the election work and to edit the work on time and submit the report to the district election office. ADM in the meeting Mr. K. S. Mandvi, District Panchayat CEO Shri S. Alok, Additional Collector, Shri S.R. Mahilang, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Mr. D.N. Kashyap, deputy collector, Shri B.R. Dhruv, Deputy Registrar Co-operation Shri S.K. Tigga, district public relations officer were present.




Assembly election 2018 Officers-employees engaged in getting name guidance Completed training


Training of Officers and employees of Returning Officer, Assistant Returning Officer and Nomination for Mahasamund, October 18, 2018 / Assembly General Election 2018 was organized today at 11 am in the meeting of the District Office. Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Himashikhar Gupta said on this occasion that the officers who have been dutiful in the name direction should be well aware of the procedures of all the names. Returning Officer and Assistant Returning Officer will get information related to all types of name directing procedures, forms, account book etc. along with its associate staff. Apart from this, prepare the check list of what is required with name guidance and its checklist. The District Election Officer said that all the materials, including computers, printers, photocopy machine, scanner, etc. should contain sufficient amounts of adequate quantity in the prescribed chamber for nomination for all the four assembly assemblies. In the training program, Master Tea Nurse Shri Himanshu Bharati apprised of all the procedures for nomination through PowerPoint presentation.
Information about necessary forms, including check list, computer, online net, efaid, adequate number of applications, affidavits, along with required forms for training in name training. At the time of nomination, the information of A and B format in the form of draft candidate for the receipt of the acknowledgment, along with certificates of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes was also made aware of the process of preparing the file. All the formats related to the different parts of the nomination form, the proposer, the time of nomination etc. were told about the formats. Information about the acceptance and acceptability of the name directing farms was also given in the training program. After the name guidance, training was also given in relation to the allocation of scrolls, name withdrawals and symbols. During the training, conveyed the electoral timetable of the four assembly assemblies of the district. It was told that beginning the nomination papers on October 26, 2018 (Friday), the last date for nomination 2 November 2018 (Friday), the date of review of nominations, 3 November 2018 (Saturday), to withdraw the candidature Last date 5 November 2018 (Monday), date of voting 20 November 2018 (Tuesday), Date of Dec 11, 2018 (Tuesday) and the date of completion of the election process is 13 December 2018 (Thursday).
In the training program, the Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Mr. Alok Pandey, Sub-Divisional Officer (Revenue) Saraypali, Mr. Vinay Kumar Langeh, Joint Collector Mr. Shiv Kumar Tiwari, all Returning Officers and Assistant Returning Officers Employees engaged in nomination were present.




Collector observes the room of the District Panchayat


Bemetara

Collector Mahadev Kaware observed the various rooms of District Panchayat Bemetara this evening. Regarding assembly election, the Expenditure Monitoring Team, Media Certification and Monitoring Committee (MCMC), the Micro Abrarjwar Room and the Observer Observer observed. Senior Superintendent of Police H.R. Manhar, District Panchayat CEO S. Alok was present.




Collector and S.P. Inspected the polling station pickery


Bemetara

Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware observed the polling station located at Pickry Ward in Bemetara this evening. Senior Superintendent of Police, Shri H.R. CEO of Manhar and District Panchayat Mr. S. Alok was also present. The collector took information regarding the basic amenities of furniture, electricity system, drinking water, ramps for Divya voters and toilets etc. in the polling booths.




Information about the training by the collector


Bemetara

Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware reviewed the preparations for the training of assembly elections in the district headquarters, Saza yesterday. On 22nd October, the training of presiding officers and voting officer no. 01 will be given by the Master Trainers in the Government Child Higher Secondary School, Saza. During the inspection, Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. H.R. Manohar, District Panchayat CEO Mr. S. Alok, Sub Divisional Officer Revenue Savaja Mr. Umashankar Sahu, District Education Officer Mr. G.R. Chandrakar, CEO of Janpad Panchayat. Mr. Prakash Meshram, BEO Dr. Mrs. Neelima Gadkari was present.

 




Police Memorial Day 21 October 2018


According to the information received from Surajpur 18 October 2018 / Collector Shri K.C. Devsenapati, according to information received from the Army 10th Corps, Sixth Separation Silifili Surajpur, on October 21, 2018, the program to pay homage to the martyred police personnel on the occasion of the Police Memorial Day on the altar of duty. Was organized. The program starts from 09 AM. After this, the roll of the police personnel who died on the altar of duty will be read and the salute will be given to the martyrs by parade, after which the tragedy will be played by the Parade.

 




Notice For four Jila Badar


Surajpur, October 18, 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. KC Devsenapati has informed that under the Chhattisgarh State Security Act, 1990, under Section 03 and 05, the superintendent of Surajpur Police, agreeing with the report of Surajpur, Mr. Ashok Sahu Shri Ram Bharosha Sahu, Shri Murthan Rajwade, Shri Ramaratran Rajwade, Shri Motka Bala, Aam Jamuni Bala and Mr. Sanjay Kumar Jahu has been directed to Rambharosh Sahu to go out of the area of ​​Surajpur and its adjoining districts of Korea, Sarguja, Balrampur, Singrauli, Korba from 10 o'clock on October 18, 2018, for 3 months and till the Model Code of Conduct Until then, do not enter within this district and within the bounds of the above district, without any legal prior permission, nor return.

 




Campaign for Prevention of Child Alertness


Bemetara

A special campaign was launched in the district for prevention of beggary / child labor / waste collectors. In which the District Child Protection Unit, jointly constituted by the Department of Labor and Police Department, visited the various religious sites of Bemetra city and by the team in the main market bus stand, marked for begging, child labor, prevention of children engaged in waste collection. Taxes were rescued. In which 7 children / girls were found begging at religious places, which were presented by the said team and presented by the child welfare committee in Bemetara. It is important to be aware that according to Section 2 (14) Papps of Juvenile Justice (Child Protection and Protection) Act, a child who is found to have violated the labor laws prescribed for the same time or begging or staying on the path It is considered as a child requiring supervision and protection, through the child welfare committee, the provision for integration into their rehabilitation and society has been made. In this campaign, District Child Protection Officer of Women and Child Development, Vyom Srivastava, Krishnakumar Chandrakar, Shasta Parvin, Raju Prasad Sharma, Rajesh Chandrakar, Raman Singh Mandawi of Labor Department, Mukesh Puri Goswami, Shishendra Pratap Singh and two Women Reschers of Police Department Two Rakshaks were present along.

 




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