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In view of the assembly elections, the Superintendent of Police Jashpur and the CRPF Commandant met the public on security issues.


Keeping in view the forthcoming assembly elections, the Superintendent of Police, Mr. Prashant Singh Thakur and Commandant, CRPF, 81 battalion, went directly to the rural areas in village Durgaon, Aara, Lodam, on 26 October 2018, and discussed the issues related to safety and public Inspired to use the experiment, as well as inspect a static surveillance team in village Durgaon Lodam, Aara.

The superintendent of the public asked directly to the public that he does not intimidate or threaten to use any of his franchise in his area or to cast a vote against any kind of temptation or this kind of work is done by any rural or anti-social elements. If so, give the information to me and the concerned police station in charge immediately, the police will provide you complete security. He said that the proceedings against the concerned will be made immediately. At the same time, people have been bold to inspire their franchise to use 100 percent. People also assured the Superintendent of Police to use their franchise for fearless use of any kind of incident.

The commandant of the CRPF told the people that the franchise is your right, if any anti-social element prevents or frightens you from using your franchise or you are tempted to vote, then inform the Superintendent of Police and related police station and in-charge. Police will protect your rights from priority, they appealed to the public that they should use their franchise without fear, the police will Npuarn will provide security. On this occasion, inspected inspector Shri Vimlesh Devangan, checkered in-charge of Manora Mr. Dinesh Rajwada, Mr. Arvind Mishra, in-charge in charge of Lodam and Mr. Tekram Sarathi, in-charge of Aara Chaki, and villagers from all the villages were present.


During the election, the permission of the vehicle to disseminate various political parties and candidates, from the concerned Sub-Divisional Magistrate


During the election, for the permission of the vehicle for promotion of various political parties and candidates, Jaspur, Kunukuri, Pathalgaon and the departmental magistrates of the garden have been authorized for their area of ​​charge. Collector and District Electoral Officer Dr. Priyanka Shukla issued a circular that the registration of vehicle should be done separately by the departmental penalties for registration of vehicle in which the name of the vehicle owner, type of vehicle, vehicle number and the period of permission for vehicle use etc. are clearly mentioned. The collector has also said that while giving permission, the rules of the Election Commission, New Delhi should be followed.

Barricitting, Enrollment Center and Court Collector and SP Inspected


On 26th October, the nomination process has started for the assembly elections in the district. On the first day of the nomination, on Friday morning, at 10.30 am District Election Officer, Collector Priyanka Shukla and Superintendent of Police, Mr. Prashant Singh Thakur inspected the beriquetting, enrollment center and the court. Nomination is peaceful, without any interruption, for this it has been briqueted on the Gauravpath in front of the collectorate. Along with this, there is a ban on the movement of heavy vehicles from this road.

The Collector and the Superintendent of Police, who arrived to inspect the beriquetting, alerted the security personnel posted on duty and gave the necessary guidelines. Three nomination centers have been set up to collect and submit nomination forms. Both the officers also inspected these centers.

Assembly Election 2018: On the first day 10 nominees purchased nomination papers


As per the program issued by the Election Commission for Assembly General Election 2018, the work of purchasing and depositing of nomination papers has started with the publication of notification at Jashpur district today at 11 am today. On the first day of nomination, three candidates from Jashpur assembly segment, five from Kunukuri assembly constituency and two candidates from Pathholanga assembly constituency have purchased nomination papers. Today no nomination papers have been filed by candidates of any assembly constituency in the district. On the day before purchasing nominations, Mr. Vishnu Ram for the Scheduled Tribes, on behalf of the Backward Community Party United Party, Ms. Renuka Bhagat, on behalf of Bahujan Samaj Party, Mr. Emmanuel Kerketta, the Republican Party of India (A) Has bought the nomination letter on behalf of.

Mr. Kaushal Kumar Ohdar for Kunukuri assembly constituency -13 Scheduled Tribes on behalf of the Backward Society Party United Party, Mr. Manohar Tirki, Republican Party of India (A), Mr. Balram Kumar on behalf of Ambedkar Right Party of India, Mr. Bharat Sai On behalf of Bharatiya Janata Party and Shri Kamleshwar Ram Nayak has purchased nomination papers on behalf of Bharatiya Janata Party. For the Scheduled Tribes of Pathalgaon Assembly-14, Mr. Shivshankar Sai Paikra has purchased nomination papers on behalf of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Mr. Patrik Bakhla on behalf of the Backward Samaj Party United Party.

Under the guidance of Collector and District Election Officer Dr. Priyanka Shukla, centers have been set up in Collectorates for purchasing and depositing nomination forms in all three assembly constituencies of the district. Candidates can submit nomination papers by November 2 and the nomination papers filed on November 3 will be scrutinized and names will be withdrawn by the candidates till November 5. The District Election Officer said that only four others are allowed to remain with the candidate during the nomination.


Regarding suspicious cash transactions, the bank officials will give immediate information to the election officer

During the election expenditure surveillance during Jashpurnagar 24th October 2018 / assembly election 2018, a letter has been issued by the Chief Electoral Officer about giving information related to suspicious transactions to the District Election Officer during the election under Article 324 of the Constitution. This letter is in accordance with the instructions given in the Election Commission of India.
District Election Officer and Collector Dr. Priyanka Shukla has informed all the officials of the bank that in order to maintain the correctness of the election process, make information available regarding the suspicious cash transactions made by banks during the election process immediately. Collector Dr. Shukla further said that in the last two months there is no such example of deposits or withdrawals without the extraction of extraordinary and suspicious amount of more than 1 lakh during the election or withdrawal in the bank account. Apart from this, during the election process, without any prior example of such transfer in the district / constituency, without the need of any such instance of transfer, the unusual transfer of the state from a bank account to the account of different persons, the candidates or their wife or The banks of their dependents, as mentioned in the affidavit filed by the candidates and who are available on the website of Chief Electoral Officer The deposits or withdrawals of more than Rs 1 lakh in the account, including the withdrawal or depositing of cash deposits of more than Rs 1 lakh from the political party's account during the election process, etc.

Approved amount of 4 lakh for affected people in civil disaster


In case of loss of natural calamity, the amount of 4 lakhs has been approved for the affected families. After the death of the holy father Sagloo on May 14, 2017, after the drowning in water, the check number 299262 was issued on 25 May 2018 by the garden Tahsildar in the name of the deceased's father Sagloo. But after the death of Sagalu's father, on 8th October, 2017, financial assistance amount of Rs 4 lakh has been sanctioned for Sajjul's son Sajjan and Bhajan.


Collector Dr. Shukla meeting of Sector officials


District Election Officer and Collector Dr. Priyanka Shukla took meeting of sector officials in the meeting room of the district office. In the meeting, the main requirement of EVMs in EVMs in the polling booths under the minimum required facilities, voter awareness program, by all sector officials, Communication plan etc., in connection with the designated officers, has been detailed in each polling center wise. To ensure voting in the district, it was instructed to take the names of such voters in the voter list and make them aware about voting in full with their full responsibility in the sector.

District Election Officer Dr. Priyanka Shukla was directed by all the Sector officials to make aware of voting in favor of voters in all polling stations. Essentially demonstrate EVM VVPAT. So feel comfortable in voting for more and more voters. In the meeting, reviewing the pre-requisite minimum prerequisite for the polling, the District Election Officer directed that everyone who has left a lot of shortcomings should complete it as soon as possible. CEO Zila Panchayat Mr. Kuldeep Sharma, Deputy Collector Mr. R.S. Tiwari, Mr. Chetan Sahu, SDO Jashpur and other officers were present in this review meeting.

Collector Dr. Shukla and Superintendent of Police, Mr. Prashant Singh Thakur conducted inspection of polling booths of the garden district


Collector Dr. Priyanka Chakla and Superintendent of Police Shri Prashant Singh Thakur visited many polling booths of the garden district on 17th of October. During this, he gave specific SDM and CEO the right to improve polling centers. He also visited other polling stations including Ramsama, Raikera, Datunpani, Sanna, Mahwa. Dr. Shukla told the SDM that in the last assembly elections, voting in less than 70 percent of the voting centers, contact the voters of those centers, contact them from home and ask them to visit the polling booths. He also said that efforts should be made to increase the voting percentage in all polling stations by removing those consignments as far as possible. Apart from this, the Superintendent of Police Shri Prashant Singh Thakur asked the SDOP of the garden district to give special attention in all the sensitive polling booths.

Also collector Dr. Priyanka Chaudhary and Superintendent of Police Shri Prashant Singh Thakur also inspected the training work of the ongoing polling booth from 17 to 23 October in the garden development block and gave directions to the officials present there to streamline voting. During the inspection, Dr. Shukla gave instructions to the village's Ramsama polling station to do well. To improve cleanliness and toilets in Sarbkomba polling station also said. The decision to construct the shed at Raikera's polling booth has also been given to the concerned officer. At the same time, he also said to make other necessary arrangements in the polling booths. Dr. Priyanka Shukla has been given timely timely meetings and other meetings to ensure the authorities all the necessary basic past features in all polling stations. He also said that every polling station should have clean drinking water facilities and ramps and other facilities for the devotees should be done in a proper manner.


Amendments in Form-26 to be filled by candidates


Some modifications have been made in Form-26 to be filled by candidates. District Election Officer has informed that according to the order of the Honorable Supreme Court in the decision of the writ petition (Civil) No. 536 of 2011, the Election Commission has made some amendments in Form-26, which must be known for all political parties and candidates. District Election Officer said that in the para 6 of Form-26, a new serial point 6 (A) has been added. In which it has been stated that the candidate has given complete and up-to-date information to all the pending criminal cases in paragraph 5 and 6 and his political party of all criminal cases of conviction. If a candidate is contesting on a ticket for a particular party, then he is expected to inform the team about pending criminal cases against him. The concerned political parties will be bound to put the above information in their respective websites related to the criminal antecedents. Candidates and related political parties will issue a declaration in the widely distributed newspapers of their area about the criminal antecedents of the candidates and will also spread wide spread in the electronic media. Being widely publicized means that it will be done at least three times after filling the nomination papers.

The second change in Form-26 has been made in point-2 of Para-8, where the applicant is in the pretext of the accommodation provided by the government at any time during the last 10 years before the date of notification of the present election, if It has to be announced. Also, the point 5,6,7,8 and 9 were added in paragraph 8. Including information on GST research, research on municipal property, any other research, all government research and other controversial obligation.

The last two revisions in the new nomination form-26 have been done by adding 9 (a) and 9 (b) in paragraph 9. In which details of income sources under 9 (a) and 9 (b) is to provide information about the contract with the appropriate government and any public company or company.


In Jashpur district, the average rainfall recorded is 1055 percent


So far 1055.9 percent of the rainfall has been recorded in the district compared to the average rainfall. As per the information received from the land records branch of the collector's office, 1000.4 millimeter rainfall was received from the 1st to the 16th of October in the district. The highest rainfall is 1315.6 mm. In Kunakuri tehsil. In Jashpur tehsil 1172.4 millimeter, Manora 1145.6, Duldula 1083.1, Parsabahar 770.2, in the garden 813, in Kansabel 845.2 and Pathalgon 857.8, millimeter rains have been recorded. The average annual rainfall of the district is 1121.7 mm. is.

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