Restriction on sound expander devices


Bemetra 07 October 2018: - Collector and District Magistrate, Shri Mahadev Kaware, in view of the Assembly Elections 2018 in the district keeping in mind the use of Sharad Sound Extensively in Bemetara District Border Area and Prohibition of Babel and Motor Vehicle, Be afraid, they have restricted the cause of panic or irritation. Collector and District Magistrate have banned these by using the powers conferred by Section 4, 5, 10 and 11 of the Babel Control Act, 1985. Prohibition of acute music as per the order of the District Magistrate - Sound Extension Machine will not be played or played in the middle of the night from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Restriction on the use of Sound Extension Machine - Sound Extension Machine will not be played or played in the middle of the night from 10 AM to 6 PM and any sort of noise will be restricted in the said period. Similarly, a person will not play such an electrical harness from the vehicle in such a way that the general pedestrian gets scared or the person who is causing a tension or panic is heard.

In the exception of this prohibition, Section 13 of the Act, which will not be applicable to those who have been granted exemption by law. If a person requires exemption for special purpose, he will be able to get written permission from the Sub-Divisional Magistrate. While allowing the Sub-Divisional Magistrate, it will be able to grant permission while fixing the conditions and deadlines. If permission is given after the permission of the Sub-Divisional Magistrate, if the recommendations are not being followed then the permission can be canceled. The loud speaker will be confiscated when the loud speaker is played without permission. This order will remain effective from October 06 until the upcoming order. All the police stations of the district police stations have been instructed to take action with force to ban the use of sound expander devices.




Suspension of arms licenses


Bemetra 07 October 2018: - Collector and District Magistrate, Shri Mahadev Kaware, in the district, has decided to suspend arms licenses in the public interest to safeguard the peace of the people and keep peaceful and unbiased election in view of the Legislative Assembly election 2018. The District Magistrate has suspended all the arms licenses of the district under section 17 (b) of the Ordinance Act 1959 with immediate effect. This order will be effective from 06 October 2018 until the upcoming order.




Restricted officials, employees' leave


Bemetra 07 October 2018: - The Election Commission has started the process of assembly elections by the Election Commission of India. Keeping this in view, Collector and District Election Officer Shri Mahadev Kaware, keeping in mind the Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018 in the district, has restricted any type of leave of the officials, employees with immediate effect. According to the order of the collector, without any permission from the competent authority, no officer / employee will also go on casual leave and will not leave the headquarter without permission.




Collector Dugga held a meeting of representatives of Political parties in connection with the Code of Code of Practices


Korea, 07 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga, convened a meeting of representatives of all political parties in the meeting of the District Collectorate here today and asked them to ensure the adherence to the Model Code of Conduct issued by the Election Commission.
Collector Durga said that Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure has been implemented to carry out peaceful and unbiased election in the district. Until the election is completed, it will be effective in the district. He said that the armed forces of the district were asked to deposit their weapon in the police station. The Collector expects the representatives of all political parties to cooperate in making fair and peaceful polls. On this occasion, he gave detailed information regarding the Model Code of Conduct for the guidance of political parties and candidates. He said that during the campaigning of political parties, do not criticize all aspects of someone's personal life, which are related to the public activities of leaders and workers of other political parties. Do not invite ethnic or communal sentiments to vote, and mosques, churches, temples or other places of worship should not be used as election campaign. All parties and candidates should avoid all such acts like bribing, intimidating voters, impersonating voters, soliciting votes on polling booths etc so with honesty. No political party or candidate is imposed on anyone's personal property, hanging the flag, pasting information, writing slogans, etc. without prior permission. Permission should be taken prior to the conduct of election gathering or procession and the local police should be informed and the use of sound expansers, etc. should be obtained. If a rival candidate or a procession is already organized, then do not take his procession near him. Similarly, he gave information to the representatives of political parties in detail in the other directives of the Model Code of Conduct and following the instructions given by the Election Commission, to help in peaceful and unbiased polling in the district. During this time, representatives of various political parties of the district were present in the district along with the District Superintendent of Police Mr. Vivek Shukla, Additional Collector Mr. R. A. Kuruvanshi and Deputy District Election Officer Mr. JN Verma.




Collector Dugga informed media representatives about the assembly election process


Korea, 07 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga informed the representatives of print and electronic media in the meeting of the district collectorate here today through the press briefing regarding preparations for the Model Code of Conduct and preparation of Assembly Election 2018.
Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Dugga said that the Model Code of Conduct has become effective as the election program is announced. Along with the implementation of the code of conduct, Section 144 has also been made in the district. All of us have to follow. 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 in the state two phases will be voted. 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. The collector and district election officer gave detailed information of the complete action taken under the Model Code of Conduct during 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 including the Additional Collector Mr. R. A. Kuruvanshi and Deputy District Election Officer Mr. J.N.Verma were present in large number.




Meeting of Standing Committee and political parties concluded


Surajpur 07 October 2018 / In the presence of Collector and District Election Officer Mr. KC Deesanapati and Superintendent of Police Mr. G. S. Jaiswal and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, review meeting of the Standing Committee and Political parties for Legislative Assembly General Election 2018 tomorrow Done in the meeting room of the joint district office. The collector gave detailed information regarding the code of conduct.

During the election campaign during the Model Code of Conduct, Mr. Deveshapati was informed about the restriction of going to house-to-house contact, use of SMS, Whatsapp, telephone and loud speaker etc. from 0700 am to 08.00 pm during the election campaign. In the context of the order passed by the Supreme Court, the Election Commission of India has amended the para-02 (para -02) dated 05 September 2018, as mentioned in the above reference letter, that "during the 6th Model Code of Conduct, during the election campaign house Use of contact, SMS, WhatsApp, telephone and loud speaker etc. will be restricted from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM so that the common citizen According to the above information, the information given above will be brought to the notice of all the officials of the recognized state level political parties and all registered parties with respect to all the authorities and affiliates related to the election process and it should be widely publicized in the district. It will be taken care of that the Model Code of Conduct is applicable in the state. Programming is. Above instructions will automatically take effect.
The training was also given to the standing committee and political parties in the meeting. It was told in the training that in each polling booth, voters are being motivated to vote for free and autonomous voting in polling day and also the information given by the Election Commission to the voting machine connected to VVP. Is going. In the voter cell, the valet unit and VVP machine will be kept. After voting by the voter, the number of candidates voted in VVPt's display segment, the name of the candidate and his simbal will be displayed for seven seconds which the voter will be able to see. Voting booth compartment will be re-verified from the wallet unit and VV pat machine screen. As soon as voter will be voted, at the same time, the candidate will get the lamp ready for the valet unit and at that time the slip will come out from VVP and the voter slip stand will remain for seven seconds in the slip. After this there will be a slip in the drop box, at the same time the candidate will get a red lamp of the lamp and control unit and at the same time there will be a whip for 10 seconds. This will know that our voting has fallen. Voters have been instructed to take corrupt conduct and polling day not to drink alcohol and follow the code of conduct. Full details of the entire process and code of conduct were given by Shri P.C. Soni. In training, E.V. M.M. and V.V. Pat machine is involved in the polling day by mixing the machines at the time of the Mole Poll and after watching the activities, the pole is to be done. The blind voting voter will need the person who helps in the voting even after getting information of the Braille script, because the blind voters will not be able to see the demonstration on the VV pat screen. Practical information about the use of the VW pat machine for the standing committee and political parties present in the training.




Prints and electronic media representatives were trained in VV Pat machine


In the presence of Surajpur 07 October 2018 / Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. KD Deesanapati presided over and Superintendent of Police, Shri G. S. Jaiswal, today, the training of VVP machine was organized in addition to press conferences regarding the code of conduct of print and electronic media representatives. . It was told in the training that in each polling booth, voters are being motivated to vote for free and autonomous voting in polling day and also the information given by the Election Commission to the voting machine connected to VVP. Is going. In the voter cell, the valet unit and VVP machine will be kept.

After voting by the voter, the number of candidates voted in VVPt's display segment, the name of the candidate and his simbal will be displayed for seven seconds which the voter will be able to see. Voting booth compartment will be re-verified from the wallet unit and VV pat machine screen. As soon as voter will be voted, at the same time, the candidate will get the lamp ready for the valet unit and at that time the slip will come out from VVP and the voter slip stand will remain for seven seconds in the slip. After this there will be a slip in the drop box, at the same time the candidate will get a red lamp of the lamp and control unit and at the same time there will be a whip for 10 seconds. This will know that our voting has fallen.




The collector presses for the election of Lee


Balrampur 07 October 2018 / After the notification of the election of the Election Commission by the Election Commission of India, Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak gave information about the election of the journalists in the collectorate council.

Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Hiralal Nayak said that Model Code of Conduct has become effective after the announcement of the election program. He said that in the state two phases will be voted. 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. Ballarampur-Ramanujganj district will be voting in the second phase. 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. Elections will be counted on December 11 in Government New College Balrampur. The entire process of election will be completed by December 13. The collector and district election officer gave detailed information of the complete action taken under the Model Code of Conduct during 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, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Shri Shiv Anant Tayal, Additional Collector Mr. Vijay Kumar Kuzur, Deputy District Election Officer Mr. Durgesh Verma, District and print and electronic media representatives of the district were present.




Collector's meeting of political parties Detailed information given in relation to Model Code of Conduct


The Model Code of Conduct has become effective with the announcement of Balrampur 07 October 2018 / Election Program. Collector and District Election Officer Mr. Hiralal Nayak asked the representatives of all political parties to ensure the adherence to the Model Code of Conduct issued by the Election Commission.

The collector said that Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure has been enforced for conducting peaceful and unbiased election in the district. Until the election is completed, it will be effective in the district. He said that the armed forces of the district were asked to deposit their weapon in the police station. The Collector expects the representatives of all political parties to cooperate in making fair and peaceful polls. The Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Shri Shiv Anant Tayal gave detailed information regarding the Model Code of Conduct issued for the guidance of political parties and candidates. He told that the political parties should not criticize all aspects of one's personal life during campaigning, which are not related to the public activities of leaders and activists of other political parties. Do not invite ethnic or communal sentiments to vote, and mosques, churches, temples or other places of worship should not be used as election campaign. All parties and candidates should avoid all such acts like bribing, intimidating voters, impersonating voters, soliciting votes on polling booths etc, so with honesty. No political party or candidate is imposed on anyone's personal property, hanging the flag, pasting information, writing slogans, etc. without prior permission. Permission should be taken before the election of the election rally or procession and inform the local police and the use of sound expansions etc. should be obtained. If any rival candidate's assembly or procession is already being organized then he will not be taken near his procession. Likewise, the Chief Executive Officer apprised the representatives of political parties in detail about other directives of Model Code of Conduct and following the instructions given by the Election Commission, expecting cooperation in making peaceful and fair polling in the district.




Assembly election 2018 : Collector's meeting of Sector officials


Bemetra: Collector, District Election Officer, Shri Mahadev Kaware, held a meeting of sector officers in the collectorate assembly hall at 11 am on Tuesday, 06.09.2018, concluding the assembly election in fair district and peaceful settlement. The Collector said that all the Sector Officers should inspect all the polling booths coming in their sector and get information about the basic amenities. Receive information about drinking water ramps and facilities in the polling booth of the district. Instructions were given to submit the inspection report in the District Election Office. The Collector directed the officials to ensure strict adherence to the Model Code of Conduct issued by the Election Commission of India. Voters Variable Paper Audit Trail (VV Stomach) Machine was also exhibited during the meeting. The Collector told the officials that ensure the voting center does not have any party banner within the 100 meters radius. Ensure that the candidate's name and fato and symbols are not printed in voter's slip. There will be restrictions on carrying mobile citizen's mobile in the polling booth. But the presiding officer will be exempted. The collector informed that web casting will be done in some of the polling booths of the district, which will be connected directly to the Election Commission of India. None of the candidates will be able to vote on the basis of religion consensus. Apart from this, they will not use any religion site to demand votes under their propaganda. The name of the publisher and printer will be mandatory in the template and poster. Collector, Municipal Council and CMO of Nagar Panchayat. Instructed that he should immediately remove the hoarding. ADM in the meeting Deputy District Election Officer Shri K.S. Mandavi was present.

 




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