Notification for first phase 18 assembly seats in the state today


Koriya 

The notification for the first phase of the assembly elections going to be held in Chhattisgarh is going on today on Tuesday, October 16. As soon as the notification is issued, the admission process will start from today. In this phase elections will be held for 18 assembly seats in 8 districts of the state. Chief Election Officer Shri Subrata Sahu informed that in the first phase, notification of election for 12 assembly seats of seven districts of Bastar division and 6 assembly seats of Rajnandgaon district will be issued.

Shri Sahu said that comprehensive preparations have been made for the first phase of voting. 31 lakh 79 thousand 520 voters will be able to exercise their franchise for 18 assembly seats. 4 thousand 336 polling stations have been set up to ensure 100 percent polling. In this phase 16 lakh 21 thousand 839 women, 15 lakh 57 thousand 592 male and 89 third gender voters will be able to use their franchise.

As soon as the notification is issued on Tuesday, the candidates will be able to fill their nomination for 18 Vidhan Sabha seats. 23rd October is the last date for submission of nomination. Nomination papers will be checked on October 24 and the candidate will be able to withdraw his name till October 26. For the first phase, the voting will be held on 12th November whereas the counting for both phases will take place on December 11.

In the first phase, the Konta assembly seat of Sukma district of Bastar division, Bijapur of Bijapur district, Dantewada of Dantewada district, Chitrakot of Bastar district, Bastar and Jagdalpur, Narayanpur of Narayanpur district, Kishakal of Kandgaon district and Kandakal, Kanargaon district, Antagarh of Kanker district, Bhanupratapur And for Khairagarh, Dongargarh, Rajnandgaon, Dongargaon, Khuji and Mohla-Manpur assembly seats in Kanker and Rajnandgaon districts. A will vote.




Suspicious transaction information Giving branch manager


Balrampur 

According to the Election Commission of India in relation to the suspicious transactions in banks during the election under Article 324 of the Constitution under the Election Expenditure Monitoring during the Legislative Assembly election 2018, the collector and district election officer of the district, to maintain the correctness of the election process in the district. Hiralal Nayak has instructed all bank branch managers of the district That extraordinary and suspicious withdrawal or transfer of more than Rs.1.00 lacs, transfer of funds from a bank account to various persons' accounts through RTGS, in the account of any member of the family of the candidates, Donation Provide information of such suspicious transactions to the Collector Office of the account, which can be used for the withdrawal or deposit of more than one lakh plus cash and any other suspicious cash transactions from the account of the political party, - The test can be done by the Flying Team.

 

 

 




Appointment of officers / employees for 2018 counting of assembly elections


Balrampur 

The Legislative Assembly election 2018 Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak has imposed the duty of the officers in the form of the calculation supervisor and calculation assistant for the counting of Ramanujganj and Region-VI Samaria of Balrampur-Ramanujganj district. According to the order issued by Collector and District Election Officer, Shri Hiralal Nayak, for the counting of votes for Ramanujganj, assembly constituency -07, counting Assistant Mineral Officer Mr. Yogendra Singh, Assistant Commissioner for Table No.2, for counting Table No. 01, Shri B.K. Rajput, Assistant Director of Garden for Table No. 03, Shri Pataram Singh, Table No. 04 for Women and Child Development Officer, Shri J.R. Principal, Assistant Project Coordinator Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan for Table Number 05 Shri Naresh Thakur, Executive Engineer for Rural Electrification Service, J.P. Executive Director for Electricity Mr. R. Maheshwari, Table No. 07. Namdev, Veterinary service of Table No. 08, Dr. B.P. Saturni, District Excise Officer, Shri Article Siddar for Table Number 09, Executive Engineer for Table No 10. Water Resources Mr. U.S. Ram, Executive Engineer for Water Supply Balrampur Shri U.D. Ramtekar, Executive Engineer, PMGSY, for Table Number 12 Mr. O.P. Lion, For the Table Number 13, the Forest Officer Mr. Vivekanand Jha, CEO of Table No. 14 District Panchayat Balrampur Shri Pramod Singh has been created, in this way, CEO of the Reserve. Janpad Panchayat Shankargarh Shri Sea Sea, Deputy Engineer Water Resources Shri Sujit Kumar Gupta, Deputy Engineer Water Resources Shri Ajay Kumar Thakur, Deputy Engineer R.E. Mr. Manoj Kumar Singh has been appointed. Similarly Mr. Vikas Kumar Tiwari, Mr. Rajesh Kumar Jain, Mr. Guhan Das Gendre, Mr. Sunil Toppo, Mr. Satish Kumar Shrivastav, Mr. Ambrish Yadav, Mr. Arun Kumar Birge, Mr. Ajit Kumar Bhagat, Mr. Patrush Dungdung, Mr. Bhav Shri, Shri Rajendra Dubey, Shri Anupam Pandey, Shri Dharmendra Kumar Gupta, Sri Ravi Shankar and Shri Anshul Patel in Reserve, Mr. Deepak Kumar Choub Mr. Jagrnath Sidar, Mr. Best Shankar Diwakar has been appointed.

Counting Supervisor CEO for Table No. 01 of Legislative Assembly -08 Samarri Janpad Panchayat Vadafnagar Shri Vedprakash Gupta, Development Block Education Officer Balrampur Shri Jayogvind Tiwari for Table Number 02, Development Block Education Officer Ramchandrapur RL for Table No.3. Patel, Assistant Engineer CREDAI for Table Number 03, Mr. Suman Kinda for District No. 05, District Marketing Officer, Shri Arun Vishwakarma for Table No. 05, DCCB for Table Number 06. Balrampur Shri R.P. Pandey, Labor Officer Mr. Nitesh Vishwakarma for Table Number 07, SDO for Table Number 08 Public Works Department Shri R.J. Arya, Deputy Engineer Public Works Department for Table Number 09, Mr. Amit Singh, Statistical Officer for Table Number 10, Mr. R.B. Chaurasia, Nodal Officer for Table No.11, Shri Manish Pawar, Nodal Officer, Project Officer for Table Number 12, Literate India Shri C. N. Ram, lbm for table number 13 Balrampur Shri K.K. Tiwari, Principal Mr. Vinay Amst, has been created for Table Number 14 Similarly, Assistant Project Officer in the Reserve Mr. Om Prakash Gupta, Deputy Engineer RES Mr. Tanuj Kumar Ambast, Kunish Yanti R.S. Shri Santosh Kumar, Deputy Engineer Water Resources Shri Brijesh Tripathi has been appointed. Shri Niraj Tamarkar, Shri Janu Ram Sonawani, Mr. Pawan Kumar Yadav, Mr. Sumit Kumar Gupta, Sri Ram Kumar Tirkey, Mr. Rajesh Pandey, Shri Brijesh Kumar Dwivedi, Shri Azad Mohammad Khan, Shri Narayana Prasad Daharia, Shri Pancham Banjera, Shri Surendra Kumar Rathia, Mr. Rajkumar Pakra, Mr. Rajendra Prasad Singh, Mr. Ravendra Singh Netam, Shri Mahendra Kumar in the Reserve, Shri Ashish Jagat, Shri Ram Narayan Patel, Mr. Jaskmal Chhabra Have been appointed.

 

 




Notification for first phase 18 assembly seats in the state


Balrampur 

Notification has been issued on Tuesday, October 16 for the first phase of assembly elections going to be held in two phases in the state. Nomination admission will be started as soon as the notification is issued. In this phase elections will be held for 18 assembly seats in 8 districts of the state. Chief Election Officer Shri Subrata Sahu informed that in the first phase, notification of election has been issued for 12 assembly seats of seven districts of Bastar division and 6 assembly seats of Rajnandgaon district.

Shri Sahu said that comprehensive preparations have been made for the first phase of voting. 31 lakh 79 thousand 520 voters will be able to exercise their franchise for 18 assembly seats. 4 thousand 336 polling stations have been set up to ensure cent percent polling. In this phase 16 lakh 21 thousand 839 women, 15 lakh 57 thousand 592 male and 89 third gender voters will be able to use their franchise. As soon as the notification is issued, candidates will be able to fill their nomination for 18 assembly seats. The last date for submission of nomination for the first phase of voting has been fixed on October 23. Nomination papers will be checked on October 24 and the candidate will be able to withdraw his name till October 26. For the first phase, the voting will be held on 12th November whereas the counting for both phases will take place on December 11.

In the first phase, Sukma assembly seat of Sukma district of Bastar division, Bijapur of Bijapur district, Dantewada of Dantewada district, Chitrakot of Bastar district, Bastar and Jagdalpur, Narayanpur of Narayanpur district, Kishakal of Kandgaon district and Kandakgaon, Antagarh of Kanker district, Bhanupratapur And for Khairagarh, Dongargarh, Rajnandgaon, Dongargaon, Khuji and Mohla-Manpur assembly seats in Kanker and Rajnandgaon districts. A will vote.

 




Assistant grade-2 Division level seniority list published, Claim-objection for up to 15 days


Balrampur 

Divisional seniority list has been published in the condition of clerical staff assistant Assistant Grade-II of April 1, 2017, under the Saruguzha division. The information of this seniority list can be done on the information panel of the Commissioner, Office of the Saruguzha Division Ambikapur and the Sarguja, Surajpur, Korea, Jashpur and Balrampur-collector office of Ramanujganj district. Regarding seniority list, claim-objection can be submitted within 15 days of the establishment branch of Sariguzha divisional commissioner's office, Ambikapur. No consideration will be made on the claim-objection after the scheduled time period.
 

 




Men and women multipurpose health worker training process from Oct 22


Bemetara 


Due to the effect of Model Code of Conduct under the Legislative Assembly Election 2018, all the procedures for admission to the men and women's multipurpose health worker training session 2018-19 were postponed indefinitely.

Chief Medical and Health Officer of the District Dr. Satish Sharma said that this is the education and training course as directed by the Commissioner of Co-Operant, Directorate Health Services, Chhattisgarh, Atal Nagar Raipur and instructions have been given to the counseling and counseling for female and male multipurpose health worker training till November of the month. Counseling of the Male Multipurpose Health Worker Training will be held from 11.00 am on October 22, 2018 and all procedures for the women's multipurpose health worker training will be held in lieu of dates.


 




Election Training on October 22


Bemetara 

The training of the first phase of the posting officer and voting officer serial no. 01 in the election process will be held on Monday 22nd October at 10.30 pm in the developmental headquarters of the district- Bemetara, Saza, Berla and Navagad. The second phase training will be held on November 10 and 11.




Legislative Assembly Election 2018: Training given to Master Trainers


Bemetara

Master trainers were trained today in the district panchayat meeting room to complete the fair, uninterrupted and peaceful assembly of the 2018 assembly in the district. In the beginning of the training program, Collector and District Election Officer, Shri Mahadev Kaware said that training is important in the election process, due to better training, the election is also peaceful and well done. In all Master Trainers' Blak Headquarters, you will get to the presiding and voting officers with the details of the details. During training, E.V.M. And VVPAT The machine was trained and demonstrated. E.w.m. The battery percentage will be displayed in the machine like the battery of a mobile battery. In the previous elections, M. to model machine was used.

Now the time will be used for the 3 rd model machine. In which four ballet units can be used. All the facility in M-3 machine will be self-operated (automatic), which will look like the battery information, not the medium and the high, just like the percentage of our mobile battery will be seen. Every polling station has at least 50 ma'polls before voting. If any voters have to vote for the test then they must obtain application from the test votes.

Visitor sheets will be available in every polling station. The voter register has to be prepared correctly. Tender vote will also be provided. After completion of the poll, close button is essentially to be pressed, otherwise the machine will be automatically shut down after twelve hours. Format 17...  is mandatory to be filled in.

Voters Variable Paper Audit Trail Machine will be used for the first time in Bemetara district, including Chhattisgarh. Apart from McPaul, for the second seven-second week, VVPAT has been approved. Which will report whipettes. District level master trainer Bhanu Soni gave EVMs And detailed information about the heating of the wattet. In the training, CEO of District Panchayat s. Alok, District Education Officer, GR Chandrakar, B.E.O. of the district Including election-related employees were present.

 




Collector's meeting of Sector officials


Bemetara

In order to conduct fair, uninterrupted and peaceful elections in the district, Collector Mahadev Kaware gave necessary guidelines to the sector officials during the time-limit meeting today. He said that all the Sector Officers should present their tour report in the District Election Office. The Collector reviewed the facilities provided in Sector wise polling stations and the arrangements made under the instructions given. They instructed to ensure the arrangement of furniture, electricity system, drinking water, street voting for ramps and toilets etc. in the polling booths. In the meeting, SSP Mr. H.R. Manhar, CEO, District Panchayat, Shri S. Alok, ADM Shri K.S. Mandavi, Additional Collector Mr. S. R. Other officials including Woman were present. The District Magistrate asked the departmental officers not to keep their mobile switch off.

Follow the guidelines that are given in the mobile phone market. Every officer, employee, attend their prescribed headquarters. Do not leave the headquarters for a day without the prior permission of the collector. Given the priority of election work, except for special circumstances, the ban has been banned. It was informed in the meeting that five to five ideal polling stations will be set up in all three assembly constituencies of the district. In which the name plate of the presiding officer will be displayed, the table should be clean table and the shade and water system will be arranged for the voters. The collector said that till the completion of the voting process, sector officers have an important role. Sector Officers will be nominated as Sector Magistrate for the said Sector during election duty and they will be given the powers of Special Executive Magistrate.

 

 




On the occasion of World Hand Wash Day, students / students' hand washing program was observed in schools in Surajpur.


Surajpur 

Under the guidance of Shri KC Deshnapati, Collector and District Education Officer, Mr. Rajesh Kumar Singh and District Mission Co-ordinator, Mr. Sudarshan Agarwal, under the guidance of Shri KC Sahu, District Development Officer, Shri KC Sahu, today, on the occasion of World Hand Washing Day, Package Center Navpara and Package Center, Lanchi Hand wash program was organized by students / girl students and teachers in all the schools under development block Surajpur and the benefit of hand washing was told to students / students. Package coordination Mr. Anuraghendra Singh Baghel, Navapara Surajpur and Mr. Survindra Kumar Gurjar package Lanchi informed that the packages center, Navapara, The primary school / primary school of Surajpur, namapara, Mahuapara, Gopalpur, Manpur, Barakpara, Mahgawan, Bhayyathan Road, Panchmandir and Kasturba residential school and Virgo premises / Virgo High School, Naupara, Surajpur complex including Lankan, Primary / Secondary school of Surajpur, Dabriepara, Devipur, Tilsivan, Beltikari, Harijanpara, Kanwarpara, Champaknagar, Khuntapara, Chandpur, Bhuiharipara (Beltikari) and Hand wash program has been organized in High School, Lankan.

 




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