District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga meets the representatives of Le political parties in connection with the counting of necessary information


Koriya 30 Nov.

District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga today called for a meeting of representatives of political parties in the meeting of the district collectorate, to help in the peaceful completion of the counting of votes in government Ramanuj Higher Secondary School situated in the district headquarters.
District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga said that counting will start from 8 am on December 11 at the counting center. Where the candidate, the agent can be present at 7.30 am.

During the counting of votes, the candidate or himself appointed by the polling or counting agent will be present. For this, he also asked representatives of all political parties and candidates to appoint the calculation agent for 3 days prior to the returning officer and bring the agent together to paste the photo.

District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga said that the use of mobile or any type of electronic device will be absolutely prohibited by candidates, agents at the counting place. Separate separate cells have been earmarked for each assembly for counting. In which the ballot paper issued for the postal ballot and service electorate in the first phase will be calculated. 7 Tables will be applied for assembly area number one Bharatpur-Sonhat and Assembly constituency-3-Baikunthpur for 14-14 and Assembly constituency-2 Manindergarh.

Food and drink ingredients at the counting place will also be restricted. At the same time, he gave information about preparing security personnel and inspection team and preparedness for information dissemination to maintain peace mechanism outside the counting place. Meanwhile, Additional Collector Shri R. A. Kuruvanshi and Deputy District Election Officer Shri Jagannath Verma were present.




Collector's Purchase Review Earning 98 thousand 965 MT of paddy


Bemetra November 30, 2018: - Collector Mahadev Kaware reviewed the functioning of the Department of Food and Cooperation today. They got information about the paddy acquisition under the current kharif season. Officials said that in the Bemetra district, till date of last one month, 98 thousand 965 metric tonnes of paddy has been procured. 86 paddy production centers have been set up under 54 co-operative societies of the district. In which farmers are being purchased paddy at the support price. Paddy procurement is being done from November. Which will continue until January 31, 2019 The collector informed that if the farmers bring their paddy in the rain water, they will also be purchased in the condition that the rainy season is not torn. In exchange, they will also get the money to pay per day. In the current season, there is a target of procuring 4 lakh 15 thousand metric tonnes of paddy in the district. Last year, two lakh 69 thousand metric tonnes of paddy was procured. Mr. Kashyap, Nodal Officer of the District Co-operative Central Bank informed that CCB The bank currently operates 15 branches in the district. In which the amount of paddy acquisition is being transferred to the bank account of the farmers within two to three days. Farmers withdraw the amount according to their convenience. These branches include Bemetara, Deodar Bija, Saja, Parapody, Dhalka, Berla, Bhimbauri, Baalsamund, Nandighat, Maro, Navagad, Beardi, Thankhamariya, Javra and Devkar. Nodal Officer told that CCB The new branch is proposed to be opened in Khansura. ADM in the meeting K.S. Mandavi, Food Officer Bhupendra Mishra, District Marketing Officer R.S. Lahmor, Nodal Officer of District Co-operative Central Bank, R. Kashyap was present.




Purchase of 22666 quintals of rice in the district so far


Balrampur 30 Nov.

Kharif Marketing Year 2018-19 Paddy is being procured from registered farmers through cooperative societies in Balrampur-Ramanujganj district. The target of procurement of 13 lakh quintals of rice in 37 procurement centers in the district has been fixed. So far, 22666 quintals of Paddy have been inward. Out of which 843.60 quintals thick rice and 21822.40 quintals of diluted paddy have been purchased. Out of this 2530 quintals of paddy have been lifted. The cooperative committee of the district is 212 in Kapildevpur, 606 in Runhat, 864 in Kusmei, 2242.40 in Kameshwaranagar, 90.40 in chando, 1234.80 in Jamari, 253.40 in Trikunda, 2460.80 in Bartikala, 1664.40 in Tatapani, 1485.60 in Bardar, 608 in Brihan, Balrampur 298.80, 1554 in Maharajganj, 2974.60 in Bhanwaraj, 1449.20 in Mahavirganj, 968.80 in Ramchandrapur, 674 in Ramnagar, 421.20 in Vadafnagar, 733.60 in Dindo and 1870 quintals in Virendranagar was purchased from the paddy farmers.




December 11 declared dry days


Balrampur 30 Nov.

Counting of votes will be done on December 11, 2018, under the Legislative Assembly election 2018. As per the instructions issued by the Commercial Tax Excise Department Raipur, Collector and District Magistrate, Mr. Hiralal Nayak, using the powers conferred in sub-section (1) of Section 24 of the Excise Act, 1915, the counting of votes for assembly election 2018 will be held in the liquor shops of the municipality area Balrampur Has declared dry days to keep the counting day 11 December 2018 one day off. There should be no complete control over the illegal construction, ownership, transportation, purchase and sale of alcohol from any authorized and unauthorized places in the voting area Balrampur in dry days. After receiving the complaint, strict action must be taken and seizure should be done.




Information about legal services given to students in Arunoday career institute


Surajpur 30 Nov.

In the presence of the first Additional District and Sessions Judge Surajpur Smt. Girija Devi Maravi, in the presence of Arunodaya Career Institute Surajpur on November 29, 2018, under the direction of Collector Shri K.C. Devsenapati, and in the presence of third District and Sessions Judge Surajpur Ms Sanghpushpa Bhatpahari and Naib Tehsildar Surajpur Smt Amrita Prashant Singh. Workshop was organized. Various Acts of the State Legal Service Authority and various provisions of the Indian Penal Code were made aware by the main guests to the students of the Aronoday Career Institute in the workshop. Along with the students, many questions arising in their minds were discussed and career guidance was provided.

The program was conducted by the teacher Mr. Abhishek Singh Thakur and the gratitude was made by the Principal of the Institute, Mr. S.K. Abid Raza.
In the above program, teacher Shri Somnath Sahu, Assistant Grade 2 Shri Ajay Kumar Singh and Cooperative Inspector Shri Deepak Patel, Anupama Yadav were present.




The Collector did the accidental inspection of the district hospital New hospital is preparing at a cost of 14 crores


Bemetra November 30, 2018: - Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware conducted an accidental inspection of the Government District Hospital here this morning. During this, he visited various wards of the hospital. Mr. Kaware inquired about the medical facilities he got from patients and his family. Villagers resident of village Khairjati resident of Mehta Ram, resident of village resident Manju Bai Verma. If the collector does not submit the register, the CMHO And expressed his displeasure with the Civil Surgeon and Superintendent of Police Dr. S.K. Instructed Pal to issue showcause notice. When the Collector asks for registration, CMHO Said that the presence of the staff is in the register of the Civil Surgeon, locked in there because of being outside the Civil Surgeon. He instructed the doctors and medical staff to be present in the work on time. The District Magistrate reviewed OPD, Blood Bank, Nutrition Rehabilitation Center, Women Ward, Dairy Storage Room. He instructed to take special care to clean the hospital. The District Magistrate instructed to increase the number of children in the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center. In addition, the collector inspected the 100 bed hospital under construction in the district headquarters. For the construction of the building, a grant of Rs. 14 crores has been sanctioned by the Government of India. The collector instructed the concerned construction agency to complete the task soon. The work was to be completed by October 31 but it has not been completed till now. The District Magistrate directed the construction agency concerned to complete the new hospital building till December 31, 2018. In addition, the Collector also inspected the newly constructed Center Bacterial Block (CSDS) building at a cost of Rs 29 lakh. During the inspection, Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. Satish Sharma was present.




Rs. 17 lakh 50 thousand sanctioned to 05 beneficiaries of natural calamity


Surajpur 30 Nov.

According to the information received from the Additional Collector Shri KP Sa, in the direction of Collector, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, the financial assistance of 17 lakh 50 thousand rupees has been given to 05 beneficiaries of natural victims. According to the release order, the death of the deceased Hirayasati Jati Harijan, wife of the deceased resident of Gram Adhin under development block, Bhayyathan, due to the death due to falling in the well on May 2, 2017, her husband Hirasasi and son Ramcharan,

Death of a deceased resident of village pori Kamleshwar Pankara Aap Gopi Ram Jati Kanwar died due to snake bite on April 10, 2018, due to his death due to serpent, his father Gopi Ram, Shri Manohar and the deceased resident of village Aji Raja Ram Jagdev caste Harijan Due to death due to drowning on 03 September 2017, due to death due to drowning in water, his wife, Mrs Churani, wife of the deceased, Funding of doors lakh amount went sanctioned. In anticipation of this allocation, demand number 58 top 2245 will be depleted in anticipation of allocation of financial year 2018-19 under natural calamity relief.

Similarly, under the development block Ramanujanagar, the deceased resident of Gram Pasta, the father of father of father Dhanu Singh died on April 29, 2015 due to death due to immersion in the water of the pond, the nearest ward of the deceased has been given to his father, Dhanu Singh, one lakh rupees fifty thousand

And Vikaskhand Surajpur, the deceased resident of Gram Cemetery Mohalla Surajpur, Vinod Sahu, father, Baliram Sahu, Jati Teli, died due to drowning in the well on 05th November, 2018, due to his death due to his death, nearest wife of his deceased, Smt. Manati Sahu, husband, Vinod Sahu, Rs. Four lakh The financial assistance amount has been approved. In anticipation of this allocation, the demand number 58 will be deemed to be in the anticipation of the allocation in the financial year 2017-18 under the Top 2245 Natural Disaster Relief.




Proposal regarding the operation of the working women's hustle till December 21


Surajpur 30 Nov.

According to the information received from the District Program Officer, Women and Child Development Department, Mr. Muktanand Khunt, in the direction of Collector, Mr. K.D.Desanapati, the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Ministry of New Delhi, organized the organizations (self help groups / NGOs / urban) for the operation of the working women's halls in Surajpur district. Project proposal is invited from the Board / Corporate House).

Financial resources for working women's halls are funded by the government, in which the organization's participation will be 25 percent. Project proposal can be submitted to the joint district office of the District Program Officer, Women and Child Development Department, by 21 December 2018. For more information regarding this above, the Ministry of Women and Child Development Department can be contacted at the website www.wcd.nic.in or District Program Officer, Women and Child Development Department, Joint District Office.




Divorce in the middle of the collector and the additional collector


Surajpur  30 Nov.

Collector Shri K.C. Devsenapati told that in the district, the divisional judicial division between the collector and the additional collector has been divided into the district office Surajpur, while dismissing all the judicial divisional orders issued in the east between collector and upper caste.

According to the issuing order, the Collector, Surajpur, Shri K.C. Devsenapati, the Collector and District Magistrate, District Surajpur, A-2 Distortion, A-19 Land Allotment, A-21 related matters related to the sale of land, A-82 cases under the land acquisition Act, 1894 Appeal for Section 170 (b) of the Code of Criminal Procedure Section 44 (1) of the Revenue Appeal Code, 1959. Revenue Revision - All Revision Case of Surajpur Department, Revenue Review - All Review Case of Surajpur Department, Various Appeals and Revisions under Panchayat Raj Act and all other District Surajpur cases, matters related to Sarafsi Act 2002 and various other matters and Additional Collector Shri KPC Additional Collector

And Additional District Magistrate Surajpur, A-62 related to cutting of trees, all cases relating to mineral related matters, renovation of the lease, Revenue Appeal - the entire District Surajpur (excluding cases of appeal of Section 170 (b) of the Code) , Revision of Revenue - Pratappur and Bhayyathan All the review cases of the Department Revenue Records- All Review Issues of Pratappur and Bhayyathan Sub-Division, all matters of R.B.C. 6-4, other matters handed over from time to time, whole cases relating to the assessment of fare, issue of all appellate officers and marriage registration under the right to information. The responsibility of the entire affairs of the officer has been entrusted.

 

Revenue Records- All Review Issues of Pratappur and Bhayyathan Sub-Division, all matters of R.B.C. 6-4, other matters handed over from time to time, whole cases relating to the assessment of fare, issue of all appellate officers and marriage registration under the right to information. The responsibility of the entire affairs of the officer has been entrusted.
 

 



'Assembly Elections-2012' Counting of votes will start from 8 o'clock in the counting centers on December 11 District Election Officer Shri Narendra Dugga talks with media regarding counting of votes


Korea, November 30, 2018 / District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga gave detailed information about the preparations for the counting of votes through press briefing to representatives of print and electronic media in the District Collectorate's meeting room.
District Election Officer and Collector Shri Narendra Kumar Dugga informed that in the Legislative Assembly election 2018, information regarding making votes for easy, well-organized, inclusive inspector, the government Ramanuj Higher Secondary School situated at the headquarters of the district headquarters informed about making the counting centers. He said that counting will begin from 8 o'clock in the counting centers on December 11. For this, the candidates, the agents have been asked to appear at 7.30am at the counting center. During the counting of votes, the candidate or himself appointed by the polling or counting agent will be present. For this, he has also been asked to bring the agent for appointment of the calculating agent 3 days before the returning officer and bring the agent together to paste the photo.
District election officer and collector, Mr. Dugga said that the use of mobile or any type of electronic device will be absolutely prohibited by candidates, agents at the counting place. He said that separate separate rooms have been set up for each assembly for the counting of votes. In which the ballot paper issued for the postal ballot and service electorate in the first phase will be calculated. 7 Tables will be applied for assembly area number one Bharatpur-Sonhat and Assembly constituency-3-Baikunthpur for 14-14 and Assembly constituency-2 Manindergarh.
District Election Officer further informed that 893 postal magazines were issued for Assembly constituency number Bharatpur-Sonhat, in which 264 were deposited. In the same manner, a thousand 83 postal applications were issued for Assembly constituency-2 Manindergarh, in which 197 have been deposited. In the same order, a thousand 183 postal papers have been issued for Assembly constituency-3-Bakunthpur, out of which 340 voters have deposited so far. He informed that through electronically controlled postal ballot system, the ballot was issued to 92 field voters for assembly constituency number 60 for Bharatpur-Sonhat, Assembly constituency No. 2 for Mannagar and 150 for Assembly constituency-3 Bakunthpur. , Out of which the assembly area number one for Bharatpur-Sonhat, 9, assembly constituency-2, Maninderagarh 12 and constituency No. 11 -3 Service voters to Baikunthpur has Five Ballet deposit.
They said that food and drink content will also be restricted at the counting place. At the same time, he gave detailed information about the preparation of information and information regarding deployment of security personnel and inspection teams and for the purpose of maintaining peace mechanism outside the polling station. Meanwhile, Additional Collector Shri R. A. Kuruvanshi and Deputy District Election Officer Mr. Jagannath Verma were present.




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