To maintain law and order peace on counting day Nodal officer and executive magistrate appointed

The counting of votes for Mahasamund 30 November 2018 / Assembly Elections 2018 will be done on December 11, 2018 in Agricultural Produce Market, Patiyazar Mahasamund, District headquarter. Collector and District Magistrate, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta, during the counting of votes, votes of counting of votes, after the counting of votes, rallies etc and in order to maintain law and order in the district, duty of executive officers has been imposed at various places. Among them, Naib tehsildar for the agricultural produce market Patiyazar, Mahasamund, Mr. Devendra Netam, Mahasamund, Tiggaon, Naib Tehsildar for the area of ​​the area, Mr. Govind Kumar Sinha, Bagbahara, Kamakhan, Tendukona, Khabar, and Khalari area, Mr. Balram Tamboli, Pithora , Busana, Naib Tehsildar for Sankara Police Station, Ms. Sushila Sahu and Saraypali, Singhoda Police Station area A naib tehsildar is included in Shri Indra Rao Chandravanshi.
  In addition to this, the District Election Officer, Shri Gupta has been given the responsibility of overall District Magistrate, Mr. Sharif Mohammad, for the maintenance of law and order in the district and the entire charge of the section area related to the Nodal Officer and the Sub-Divisional Magistrate.

Special Secretary of Food Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department Mr. Manoj Soni meeting of Lee Rice Millers Instructions to make custom milling by speeding up the accumulated paddy.

Mr. Manoj Soni, Special Secretary, Food Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department, Mahasamund, November 30, 2018, today held a meeting of the Rice Millers in the meeting room of the District Office. In the meeting, he said in the meeting that promptly raising the accumulated paddy on support price and promptly making a quick milling. In the meeting, District Food Officer Mr. Ajay Yadav informed the Special Secretary Mr. Soni that in the district, one lakh 31 thousand 376.35 MT of paddy was procured by the Paddy acquisition committees of the district, but 161 Rice operated in the district got committees To lift the paddy, the delivery order of 56 thousand 202 metric tonnes has been lifted and 35 thousand 941 metric ton paddy has been lifted. He informed that 95 thousand 470.75 metric ton remaining in the committees for paddy lifting. Directing the Rice Millers, the Special Secretary said that in the proportion in which the paddy is being procured in the district, in the same proportion, to lift the paddy, increase the amount of its security (bank guarantee) and raise the paddy. The Secretary of State expressed dissatisfaction with the special secretary, in the ratio of milling capacity of the district, at the very least, the amount of security was very low.
Making aware the problems faced by the Special Secretary, Rice Mill Association, said that in this year, the L.G. Due to excessive increase of paddy (the following type of paddy), the wave of Chawl is being rejected in the Food Corporation of India. Millers requested to accept the acceptance of the diluted varieties of rice in broad varieties and to the Food Corporation of India. Miller is willing to bear the amount of difference in variation of variation. Millers also demanded that the delivery order be issued to lift their rice varieties of rice along with thin varieties of rice, and the special secretary assured them of their problems to be reasonably disposed at the government level.
Special Secretary Mr. Soni observed the godowns located in Village Sher, Chhattisgarh State Warehousing Corporation and declared non-irregularities in the procurement of chawl on the basis of the procurement of citizen supply corporation by millers in these godowns. District Food Officer, District Marketing Officer, District Manager, Civil Supplies Corporation and Nodal Officer, District Cooperative Central Bank, besides the Rice Millers of the District were present in the meeting.

First training of officers and employees engaged in counting

On the guidance and direction of Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta, in the district under Mahasamund, 30 November 2018 / Assembly Election 2018, returning officer of the District, Assistant Returning Officer, Counting Assistant Returning Officer, in the District Council of District Panchayat The first training was given. During the training, the Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat Mr. Rituraj Raghuvanshi, Additional Collector Mr. Sharif Mohammad Khan, Mr. Alok Pandey, Sarai Pali SDM Shri Vinay Kumar Lanjeh, Joint Collector Mr. Shiv Kumar Tiwari, Deputy District Election Officer Mr. B. S. Other officials, including Murmak, were especially present.
Collector and District Election Officer, Mr. Himashikhar Gupta told the officials and employees engaged in the counting work that the counting of votes coming on December 11, 2018 will be done at the scheduled time and will complete the work of systematic counting. Keeping enough number of copies of the format 17C, along with a copy of the different formats used in counting. The District Election Officer said that the team will be constituted for the counting of votes. During the training, he said that this is the training of the elementary stage, the second phase of training will be given in the meeting room of District Panchayat on December 7. During the counting, see the EVM machine carefully and check it out. Legislative machinery will be provided to the prescribed tables. He said that after completion of the process of counting of votes of each stage, his confirmation and satisfaction consent from the agent should also be obtained. Stay Awake, edit the counting of votes. During the training, Master Trainer Mr. Himanshu Bharati and Mr. Tonashagiri Goswami were informed about the process of counting through PowerPoint presentation. In the training, information was given about the constitutional provisions of counting of votes, sealing of machines after calculation etc. It was told that 14-14 tables will be installed in each assembly. A carbon copy of the calculation will be kept in the prescribed formats in the counting centers. Apart from this, information was also given regarding the security arrangements, infrastructure and other communication systems at the counting place. Apart from this, the officers were given information about electronic voting machines and VVPAT votes, format 17C - ballot account part 2, draft 20 - final results, along with other formats. Apart from Assistant Returning Officer, Counting Officer and employees, Micro Observer was also present on this occasion.

Transport Office New Version Vehicle 4.0 in Korea Unauthorized possession of tax receipt and legal insurance by vehicle owner till December 15

Korea, November 30, 2018 / District Transport Officer said here today that the new version Vehicle 4.0 is being implemented in the District Transport Office, Korea. For this, he has given clearance to all vehicle owners to submit the receipt of tax paid and payment of legal insurance by December 15, through accessemental module, request, OLTP, through ORG. So that their data can be updated. For more information, contact the District Transport Office Korea.

District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga Responsibility to the officers given for counting

Koriya 30 Nov.

District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Dugga has given responsibilities to the officers for conducting the counting of votes in government Ramanuj Higher Secondary School situated in District Headquarter. In which he will appoint the counting staff and micro-vendors before December 3 and the first randomization work, in the direction of Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Smt. Tulika Prajapati.

Deputy District Election Officer, Mr. J.N.Verma, telephone and internet connecting, training of counting staff, form of appointment at the counting place, arrangement of other essential material, arrangement of media center to the District Public Relations Officer, Mr. Lakshmikant Kosaria, deputy Collector Shri S. Dube, the entire administrative system at the counting place, the working of the Public Works Department. Engineer Mr. Arkkekmeshram Berikaneting on campus

Distribution cell, required furniture, district education officer Mr. Rakesh Pandey to computer system system, chief municipal officer, Bakundathpur Mr. Rakesh Sharma, drinking water, parking, district corruption officer, Mr. Anil Pathak, from the Strong Room to the control unit to the counting table, District Information Science Computerization of Officer Tabuk on Tabating Officer Shri Sukhdev Patel

The announcement of the result to the District Public Education Officer of the District Public Education Committee, Mr. Umesh Jaiswal and other officers have also been given liability in regards to the counting of votes. Likewise, District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Dugga has appointed Executive Magistrate for law and order at the counting place, in which deputy collector Ms. Suman Raj, Mr. Apurva Preeti Tappo, Mr. Kaushal Tendulkar, Sonhat Tehsildar Mrs. Richa Singh, Nayeb Tehsildar of Mannagarh Mr. Shishi Bhushan Soni, Tehsildar of Baikunthpur, Mr. Liladhar Dhruv and Naik of Baikunthpur Tehsildar has appointed Ms. Ankita Patel as the Executive Magistrate.

Election agent is engaged in the check room of the Strong Room

Following the peaceful settlement of the General Assembly's General Assembly elections on November 20, the fate of candidates is EVM. Imprisoned in the machine, which has been sealed in the strong room made in local agricultural produce market premises between strict security. Border Security Force (BSF) personnel are alerted and posted for the security of the 24-hour strong room. Security arrangements have been made in 3 layers at the counting site. The whole country is covered with the discussion of the sealed string set in district headquarters Bemetara. The brick wall was raised outside the Strong Room. CCTVs have been installed from the main gate of the counting site to the Strong Room. There were 15-15 candidates in the constituency of Saja, Bemetra, Navagadh, in three assembly constituencies of the district. Counting of votes will be done till the completion of the general elections in the assembly of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram and Telangana. The general election was concluded on 28th November in Madhya Pradesh. There will be general elections in Rajasthan and Telangana on December 07. For this reason, there is a long break for counting. The counting of these five states will be held simultaneously at 8 o'clock on December 11. Candidates wishing to be on the directive of the Election Commission of India can do so for the checking of their agent in the Strong Room. Under this, the candidates of BJP, Congress, BSP and Janta Congress JJ have appointed their representatives for the check room in the agricultural produce market premises for the three assembly constituencies of the district. Is hopeful of Their agents will be checked in the Mandi premises by the night of December 10. For this, the District Election Office has issued the photo pass for the purpose. They are doing a round-the-clock in two or three shifts of the Strong Room. It is believed that after the peaceful elections in the district, it is now believed that the Chhattisgarhi proverb has said that the yard has been packed and only the tail remains.

Postal ballot will play a decisive role in elections

During the assembly elections, 2945 postal ballots were issued to the government employees of the three assembly constituencies of the district whose duty was in the election process. The application was submitted in format 12A by those government servants. A total of 1470 postal ballots have been submitted till the news is written. These include 459 under B assembly constituencies, Bemetra 582 and Navagadha 492. The postal ballots will be deposited till December 11, before counting of votes. Service Voters, who are posted in Army etc., had issued 135 under Electronic Transmitted Postal Ballat System (ETPB), of which 26 were received. Who will play the role of decisive role in this election. On December 11, E.V.M. First postal ballotts will be counted before the counting of the machine. Post ballots are crucial for political parties who are trying to revolt for one vote. On which the eyes of the political parties are restored. People of political parties have become active to take the postal ballot employees. For the postal ballot which is considered decisive in the elections, activists of every political party have started reaching home with government workers hovering around. Supporters of the candidate are engaged in contact with government offices and their residence. The postal ballot paper also has its own role in the assembly elections.

Collector collects inspection of State Warehousing Corporation Warehouse

Bemetra November 30, 2018: - Collector Mahadev Kaware conducted a surprise inspection of the warehouse of Chhattisgarh State Warehousing Corporation today and took stock of the rice collection being deposited by the rice millers. Mr. Dubey, Branch Manager, Bhandar Home Corporation informed that till date, 4 thousand quintal rice has been deposited by the millers under custom milling. The Collector directed the officers that D.O. Increase maximum paddy consumption by cutting. Withdrawal from paddy earning centers will save transportation costs. District Marketing Officer informed that according to the rules, the Rice millers should be given 67 kilograms of rice in one Kantal paddy. There is a quantity of 68 kg for rice. Rice is being deposited by the State Civil Supplies Corporation, which will be sent to the Indian Food Corporation (FCII). The collector analyzed the rice deposited by the millers in the office of the store house corporation. He stopped the CCTV of the corporation's warehouse campus. Instruct the camera to start immediately. During inspection, D.M.O. s. R. Lahmor, Food Officer Bhupendra Mishra, Nodal Officer of District Co-operative Central Bank, R. Mrs. Jyoti Soni, District Manager, Kashyap, Nan, Branch Manager, Bhandar Home Corporation, Mr. A.K. Rice Millers, including Dubey, were present.

Collector collects inspection of paddy purchase center

Bemetra November 30, 2018: - Collector Mahadev Kaware today underwent a sudden inspection of the Paddy Extraction Center. During this, he took cognizance of the farmers coming to the Purchase Center and inquired about the quantity of paddy produced per acre. So far, 18088 quantity of paddy has been procured in Paddy procurement center - Bijabbhav. Under the custom milling, 9300 quintals of paddy has been lifted by the millers. The collector observed the fork, the humidity measurement machine. He instructed the employees of the service co-operative to weigh it according to the correct amount of paddy. Committee Manager said that last year 49 thousand quintals of Paddy was purchased in this center. Under this committee, farmers of Gram Amora, Javari, Bijabhhed, Matka, Fari and Basni come to procure paddy.

Jawahar Navoday Vidyalay Online application for admission in class VIII till December 15

Bemetra November 30, 2018: - The selection examination will be held on April 06, 2019 for the completion of vacant seats in class VIII for the session 2019-20 for Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Khilora Tehsil Bemetra, District Bemetra. Collector and Navodaya Vidyalaya's President Shri Mahadev Kaware said that the application form for the examination examination can be filled only on the website of ONLINE Navodaya Vidyalaya website at Gov Dot Inn by December 15, 2018. He informed that those students who are studying in Class VIII in Session 2018-19 in Government / Non-Government Schools of Bemetara district, can only fill online application forms for student VIX VI. In the past, the date was fixed till 30 November 2018, the date has now been extended to 15th December. Student's birth date should be between one May 2006 to 30 April 2010 (both days are inclusive). For more information, telephone number - 9424244628, 9399532137, 9340196648, 9399363378 and 6263038025 can be contacted.

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