Collector's meeting of Li political parties


Bemetara 

Collector Mahadev Kaware informed about the new guidelines of the Election Commission of India regarding the Assembly Election 2018, meeting of representatives of political parties in the collectorate meeting room this afternoon.

The first randomization was done in the presence of political parties. Under this, the candidate should be informed of the pending criminal cases as well as the cases of crime being proved. Candidates will have to file an affidavit in Form 26 along with the nomination papers during the assembly elections. It has to declare information about criminal cases, properties, liabilities and educational qualifications. Candidates will be able to spend up to Rs 28 lakh in their constituency. The collector said that till date, the application has been submitted for permission of 04 public vehicles by the Indian National Congress from Saza assembly constituency. Similarly, for the Bemetara constituency, one from Bharatiya Janata Party, one from BSP and six. A application related to Janata Congress has been submitted to the Returning Officer. Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. H.R. Manhar, A.D.M. And Sub-District Election Officer Shri KS Mandavi, Election Supervisor Mr. Santosh Namdev, Mr. Yashwant Kumar Dondera of various political parties, Shri Sunil Kumar Namdev, Shri Bhogendra Nirmalkar and Mr. Prahlad Mishra were also present.

 




Candidate has to print three advertisements in the media, details of criminal cases


Bemetara 

Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware informed the media representatives in the collectorate meeting room about the assembly election 2018. In accordance with the guidelines of the Election Commission of India, the voters of the information area of ​​their criminal cases will have to publish newspapers and electronic media in the local / regional news paper read out in the assembly area between November 6, 18, 2018 . Three times the advertisement will be printed, it will be included in their election expenditure. The format of the form C1, to be published in the newspapers, should be at least 12. During the press conference, Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. H.R. Manhar, A.D.M. And Sub-District Election Officer Mr. K. S. Mandavi was also present. The candidate should also be informed of pending criminal cases as well as the cases of crime being proved. Candidates will have to file an affidavit in Form 26 along with the nomination papers during the assembly elections. It has to declare information about criminal cases, properties, liabilities and educational qualifications. Apart from this, the amended form 26 affidavit will also be filtered. Collector told that voting will be held on November 20 under voting for the second phase of the state. Notification will be issued for this on November 26. The last date for nomination will be November 02, scrutiny date 03 November and the last date for nomination will be 05 November 2018. The symbol will be allocated after 3 o'clock on 05 November.

The collector said that on Saturday 27th October, banks will remain under the Negotiable Instrument Act. On 28th October, the nomination papers can not be accepted due Sunday. The collector said that 40 star campaigners of recognized political parties will be 20 Campaigners and non-recognized candidates. He told that the first randomization of the polling parties was done today. Second Randomization will be done in the presence of supervisor. Voting parties will leave agricultural produce market Bemetara and after polling, EVM There will be deposited in the Strong Room. For the recognized parties the number of proposers is one and 10 proposers are required for non-accredited.

The District Magistrate said that webcasting of 75 polling booths of the district will be included, 24 assembly constituencies of Sajja and Bemetara, 27 polling stations in Navagadh. Which will be directly related to the Election Commission of India, Chief Electoral Officer Chhattisgarh Raipur and District Election Office, Bemetra, which will continue to be monitored. In each of the three assembly constituencies of the district, one or two Pink booths will be created, in which the female staff will take the post of Presiding Officer and the role of voting Officer 01 and 02 will be discharged. Senior Superintendent of Police, Mr. Manhar informed about the law and order in the district. He said that during the elections, the vehicles carrying barriers will be examined in three assembly constituencies of the district. The site selection has also been done for this. He said that the number of arms license holders in the district is 181, out of which 160 people have deposited them in the Armed Police Station, out of which the number of amars held in the bank security guard is 19.

 

 

 




Collector Dugga gave media representatives information about electoral process


Koriya 

District Election Officer and Collector, Mr. Dugga said that 690 polling stations have been set up in the district for facilitating smooth, well-organized, inclusive voting of Legislative Assembly election 2018. In which assembly constituency no. 310 under Bharatpur-Sonhat, Assembly constituency-2 under Manedagarh, 153, 277 polling booths under Vidhan Sabha area number-3, Baikunthpur.

Through these polling stations, 4 lakh 49 thousand 428 voters of the district will use their franchise. In addition, 3 thousand 663 polling booths will also strengthen the folk system by voting. For this total 85 sector officers have been appointed and 150 route charts have been created. The District Election Officer said that the Model Code of Conduct has become effective after the announcement of the election program. Along with the implementation of the code of conduct, Section 144 has also been made in the district. If any person or representatives of political parties are performing any activity against the Code of Conduct, strict harsh action will be taken against them under the property deportation act. He said that the facility of C-vijil application has been given to all citizens for registering the complaint of Model Code of Conduct.

District Election Officer said that there will be two phases in the state. Voting will take place in the first phase on 18th November in the 18th Assembly and on November 20 in the 72st Assembly in the second phase. Polling in the second phase in Korea district will be held. For this, the nomination papers will be filed by the candidate from October 26 to November 2, 2018. Nomination papers will be scrutinized on 03 November and candidates can be withdrawn on November 05 and voting will be held on November 20. The votes will be calculated on December 11. The entire process of election will be completed by December 13.
District Election Officer informed that 5 Cells have been constituted by constituting a team at the district level for the purpose of media scrutiny and media certification for the election.

It includes print media cell, electronic media cell, social media cell, electronic media management cell and local radio cell. He said that the political parties, candidates will be able to get the advertisement issued for this promotional campaign by issuing certificates from the committee before issuing paid news and in cable networks, radio and television. In addition to this, he informed about the formation of 15 statistical groups and 16 UDDSTA parties to monitor the expenditure incurred by political parties and candidates and to control the distribution of cash, clothing, materials, liquor etc. During this, he also told that the control room at the district level has been established, which is an important contribution in the election. The telephone number of the control room is 07836-235888 and 7049565466, which will continue on Sato 24 hours.

The District Election Officer said that in order to bring the election to the satisfaction, the Border meeting with Anuppur, Shihodol and Sidhi district collector and superintendent of police has been arranged and the noses have also been installed at the suspected places under the three assembly constituencies. On this occasion, he said that printers, printing, publishers who would print pamphlets, posters, banners, flakes for promotion For this they have been asked to print the name, address and number of currency material and date and date of the printer on the print line, and the name of the printer, printer name, address. In addition, he was removed in the district during voting material distribution, post-poll material return and counting center information, format C-1, C-2, C-3, draft 26, licensed weapons and code of conduct. 7 thousand 622 posters and hoardings, deleted 7 thousand 111 wall articles and 3 thousand 459 other proceedings, along with information about the preparations being made regarding the election, to the journalists in the press. He urged the media representatives to cooperate in peaceful and unbiased polls in the district. During the press conference, representatives from the print and electronic media of the district were present in large numbers.

 

 

 

 




All India Sainik School entrance examination on January 6


Koriya 

The All India Sainik Entry Examination will be held on January 6, 2018 for the entry into Class VI and Class-VIII. The entrance examination will be done in both written Hindi and English medium. The date of birth of the students wishing for admission in class VIII from March 01, 2007 to March 31, 2009 and for Class-VIII in the class VIII, is scheduled to be passed between April 1, 2004, to March 31, 2006, Madhya and Class 8 has gone. Students will be selected on the basis of vacancies in written examination.

Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga informed that the only Sainik School of Prasya can submit online applications through the website of the Sainik School Society, Ministry of Defense, by November 26, to the interested candidates for the entrance examination in Ambikapur. He told that Soldier Ambikapur is a fully residential (only for English medium school for children).

The school follows the Central Board of Secondary Education, he said that the possible examination center for the entrance examination for the entrance examination in class VIII of the Sainik School Ambikapur will be Ambikapur, Bilaspur, Raipur, Raigad, Kanker and Jagdalpur and for the entrance examination in class Navami Only Ambikapur has been set up for the examination center. Collector Dugga informed that the main goal of Sainik School Ambikapur is to prepare for 10 $ 2 as well as to make the overall development of the children and prepare them for admission in the official category of the National Defense Academy. For more information, please contact Sainik School Ambikapur's website and Principal Sainik School, Ambikapur and Telephone No. 07774-261609 and 7747032999 of the office.

 

 




Collector li press conference : Candidates will be given criminal cases information: Collector


Balrampur 

In connection with the necessary preparations being made for the election of the Assembly Election 2018, Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak shared the information through the press from the representatives of the print and electronic media of the district. He said that the Model Code of Conduct applies to all political advertisements that have been removed and the Model Code of Conduct is being strictly adhered to.

Collector and District Election Officer Shri Hiral Nayak informed in the press that you have been given letter letters in format 26 along with name directing papers to all the candidates. In which criminal cases, theories, liabilities and educational qualifications are announced. The collector gave information regarding the judgment given by the Supreme Court on the petition related to contesting elections by persons with criminal antecedents.

The collector gave information regarding the judgment given by the Supreme Court on the petition related to contesting elections by persons with criminal antecedents. He said that the candidates and concerned political parties will issue in the manifesto in the widely distributed newspapers in their area about the criminal antecedents of the candidates and also spread wide publicity in the electronic media. Along with the above information, it will be obliged to put it on its website. Similarly, in the press, the collector gave detailed information regarding the necessary preparation in the district regarding election.

 

 




Static Monitoring Group constituted to comply with the Code of Conduct


Balrampur 

Static Monitoring Group has been constituted by Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak to comply with the Code of Conduct of Legislative Assembly Election 2018. The police officers and employees have been appointed to assist the officer in charge, Special Assistant Criminal Magistrate. According to the issuing order of collector and district election officer, for the Assembly constituency-06, Pratappur, in the team, nb Tehsildar, Mr. Keshav Ram Wasnik, Chakki Balgai's Principal Reserve Mr. Nirmal Singh, 3 rd Vehicle Chhattisgarh. 02 Rakshak from Armed Forces Camp Dhanwar, Women's Reservoir Godavari Rahi of Rescued Center Balrampur is included in the Static Surveillance Team. Similarly, in the Team Number 01 for Ramanujganj, assembly constituency -07, revenue inspector Ramanujaganj Shri Jitendra Nath Singh, Chaki Vijaynagar's Principal Reserve Shri Shiv Dahariya, 7th Corps Chh. 02 Rakshak from Armed Forces D Company Camp Ramchandrapur, Female Reservator of Police Station Policea Pramila Dimension, Revenue Inspector Shri Daljeet Ram in Team Number 02 Principal Rakshak of Ramanujganj, Thana, Mr. Jyesh Tirki, 7th Vahini Chh. Armed force D Company camp Ramchandrapur 02 Reserve and Reserved Center Balrampur Women's Reservoir Pushpa Toppo, Team No. 03 Revenue Inspector Balrampur Shri Jagranath Singh, Principal Rakshak of Thana Balrampur Shri Bhot Ram, 7th Vahini Chh. 02 Rakshak from Armed Forces D Company Camp Ramachandrapur and Women's Reservator of Thana Balrampur, Poonam Sahu. Similarly, in the Team Number 01 for Samarhi assembly constituency-0, revenue inspector Kusami Shri Sodhar, Principal Reserve of Rajpur Police Station, Mr. Gopal Dahria, 14th channel, Chh. 02 Rakshak from Armed Forces e Company Camp Balrampur and Women Reserve of Police station Police station Anupama Kapoor, Team Annexure 2 in Team Anil Kumar Principal Rakshak of Thana Rajpur Shri Bhanu Pratap Singh, 14th Vahini Chh. Shree Arishankar Sonvani, Mandal Convenor, Shankar Prakash Tirkey, 14th Vahini Chh., Shankargarh, Board Arbitrator Reshma Kuzur, 02 Araksha from Armed Force E Company Camp Balrampur and Reshma Rajpur of Police station No. 03; 02 Rakshak from Armed Forces e Company Camp Balrampur and Women's Reservoir Pooja Sonra Static Monitoring Team of Balrampur are also included.

 

 

 




A Flying Squad Party formed to comply with the Code of Conduct


Balrampur 


Flying Squad Team has been constituted by Collector and District Election Officer Hiralal Nayak to implement the Code of Conduct in the Assembly Election 2018. The Flying Squad team has been appointed in the Flying Officers, Police Officers and Employees for the assistance of Special Executive Officers.

According to the order issued by Collector and District Election Officer, Legislative Assembly-06, Nayab Tehsildar for Pratappur, Mr. Anil Kumar Gond, Mandal Convenor, Vadaf Nagar, Mr. Mahendra Kumar, Principal Rakshak, Mr. Rajendra Rai, from Thana, Raghunathnagar, 3 rd Vehicle, Sixth Armed Forces from Camp Dhanwar 02 Rakshak and Thana from Basantpur are included in the women's recruitment Saroj Kerketta Flying Squad Team. Similarly, in the Team Number 01 for Ramanujganj assembly constituency-07, Naib Tehsildar Balrampur Mr. Amit Kerketta, Mandal Convenor Balrampur Shri Ramaratan Singh, Principal Rakshak from Thana Ramchandrapur Shri Krishna Gupta, 7th Vahini Chhagastra Force D Company Camp Ramchandrapur 02 Rakshak and Thanana Ramanujganj Women Rakshak Tasheela Tigga, Team No. 02 Naib Tehsildar Ramanujganj Shri Pancham Salam , Mandal Coordinator, Assembly constituency -08 Samari for Team No. 01 in Naib Tehsildar Kusami Shri Vivek Gohia, Garden Extension Officer Samaria Shri Arjun Singh Marabi, Chief Abroader Abhishek Dubey, Baris Chowki, 14th Corps Chhagastra Force E Company Camp Balrampur 02 Rakshak and police station Shankargarh women's reserve Alma Tirki, team number 2, Naib Tahsildar Kusami Shri Ramraj Singh Ramchandrapur Shri Ramesh Agre, Principal Reserve of Thana Ramanujganj Mr. Manish Jangde, 7th Corps 02 Rakshak from Camp Ramchandrapur, and Shan Devi, Women's Reservoir from Ramanujganj,Team number 03, Nayab Tehsildar Shankargarh Shri Pramod Kumar Patel, Deputy Engineer Water Resources Ramanujganj Shri Sujit Kumar Gupta, Principal Reserve of Ganesh Mod Chowki Shri Shipak Ranjan Sharma, 14th Vahini Chhagastra Force E Company, Camp Balrampur 02 Corps and Ganesh Rakshmi Kiran Tirkey, a female defender of the turnpost, is included in the team. Assistant Grade-II of Janpad Panchayat Kusme, Shri Vijay Kumar Mishra, Principal Reserve of Police Station Shankargarh, Rajendra Dhruv, 14th Vahini, Chhagastra Force E Company, Camp Balrampur 02 Rakshak and Police Station Reserved Neelam Yadav and Team No. 03 of Shankargarh. Naib Tehsildar Kusami Shri Omprakash Mishra, Assistant Grade-II of Janpad Panchayat Kusmi, Shri Ashok Gupta, Principal Reserve of Thana Kusami, Shri Ajit Lal, 14th Vahini, Chhagastra Force E Company camp, 02 Balarampur, and Shankargarh Women Rakshak Sonamati Flying Squad Team.

 

 




Public awareness campaigns continue to increase voting percentage


Bemetra October 13, 2018: - Various programs are being organized in schools and colleges to increase the percentage of voting during the assembly elections in the district of Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware. Under the Systematic Voters Education and Electoral Participation (Sweep), ordinary citizens and new voters whose names have recently been registered in the electoral roll. They are being motivated to make them aware of voting. For this, programs are also being organized in village-village. Voters Variable Papers Edit Trail (VV stomach) machine is also being displayed in the hot markets of the district. After voting the voter through this machine, the name of his favorite candidate and his emblem will be visible for only seven seconds. The voter will get a confirmation that the person he has voted is right. It is to be known that in the assembly elections of the year 2013, the percentage of voting in the district is 77 percent. The collector has been instructed to inspire voters to vote in each polling booth under sweep plan. Respect the elderly voters of the village, create awareness among the voters on the hot market. Also contact Divyan voters. For their convenience, there will be facility of wheel chair in polling centers. Better work on bringing voter awareness under booth level officer (BLO), Mitanin, sweep plan.

 

 




Political parties meeting on 15th


Bemetra October 13, 2018: - Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware said that in view of assembly elections, the meeting of recognized political parties in the district has been held in the collectorate at 11 am on Monday, October 15.




Tehsil Saja Nayab Nazir suspended


Bemetra October 13, 2018: - Mr. Sharad Verma, who is posted as Nab Najir of Taza, of Tahsil office in Bemetara district, has been suspended today on October 13 due to negligence in the work. The amount of disbursal has been issued in the name of two thousand Rupees Bank of Baroda Saza, in which the date of the issue is not mentioned anywhere and the beneficiary has been disbursed. Collector Mahadev Kaware said that due to negligence in the work, Nab Najir Sri Verma has been suspended and his headquarters collectorate office has been aborted. Apart from this, Shockage notice has also been issued to Mr. Tara Singh Khare, Tehsildar in charge of Saaza. The District Magistrate said that 46 tickets have been seized without date from Tahsil office. Collector said that instructions have been issued to not give the amount of payment (check clear) to Branch Manager Bank of Baroda Saza.




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