The Code of Conduct has come into force on 10th March for the upcoming Lok Sabha General Elections 2019. Voting will take place in the first phase of Bhandara-Gondia Lok Sabha seat on April 11. To strictly implement the Code of Conduct, the District Magistrate, Dr. Kambambri Balakwade gave instructions to all the Heads, Nodal Officers and political parties to follow the instructions given by the Election Commission of India on Monday (December 11).
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Gondia: Code of Conduct has been implemented from 10 am to 9 am for the forthcoming Lok Sabha General Elections 2019. Voting will take place in the first phase of Bhandara-Gondia Lok Sabha seat on April 11. To strictly implement the Code of Conduct, the District Magistrate, Dr. Kambambri Balakwade gave instructions to all the Heads, Nodal Officers and political parties to follow the instructions given by the Election Commission of India on Monday (December 11).
In the meeting, the Collector Balkavade asked the attendees to take care of the various instructions given by the Election Commission of India, during the Model Code of Conduct, the use of government vehicles, government offices or any government building will not be used for political purposes. All Municipal Councils and Local Government Institutions were advised to remove various political advertisement boards, text, and flags in public places. Also, action is being taken on this. Asked to take any action that would violate Model Code of Conduct by any government department, officer, employee. Other committees have been set up including the Election Expenditure Monitoring Committee and the Media Certification and Monitoring Committee to monitor the election expenditure of candidates. Nodal officers have been appointed as well. The entire administrative system is well equipped and the upcoming elections will be carried out in a peaceful and fear-free environment. Chief Executive Officer Dr. Raja Dayanidhi, Additional District Collector Ashok Latare, resident Deputy District Collector Harish Dharmik, Election Deputy Collector, Subhash Chowdhary, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Sonali Kadam, Deputy Collector, Rahul Khandepharad, District Information Science Officer Pankaj Gajbhia, Sub-Regional Transport Officer Vijay Chavan, District Administration Officer and Municipality Administration Vinod Jadhav, Assistant Superintendent RM Patle, Accounts Officer L.H. Baviskar, Naib Tahas Jitendra Shukla, Ashok Chaudhary, Ketan Tukkar, Ajay Gaur were present on the occasion.
Nirvana of problems in toll free number
If voters have any difficulty or doubt about the Lok Sabha elections, or if they want to make a complaint then they can be made by calling the toll free number 1950. Also, a website has been prepared for this and it can also be complied with, “said District Magistrate, Kambamri Balkavade.
Mobile app for citizens’ grievances
In this election, the Civis mobile application has been created for the citizens to complain about elections. In registering with this application, the complainant can complain about uploading live videos and photos. Action will be taken in 100 minutes after receiving the complaint. Notice will also be issued from time to time. The facility has been kept in the app to keep the complainant’s name confidential.
Wheelchair facility for Divyang
According to election officials, voting will be made available on every polling station and the facility will be made available on every polling station so that there will be no difficulty in voting in the polling station.