The Model Code of Conduct for Lok Sabha elections was implemented on March 10. As soon as the code of conduct comes into effect, the district officials of the district should be given possession of the trains. However, Gondia district is different. Even after the third day of the election, no vehicle was deposited with the district administration yet.
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Gondiya: The Model Code of Conduct for Lok Sabha elections was implemented on 10th March. As soon as the code of conduct comes into effect, the district officials of the district should be given possession of the trains. However, Gondia district is different. Even after the third day of the election, no vehicle was deposited with the district administration yet. Some office bearers have said that the Zilla Parishad has collected the vehicles of the office bearers. However, the matter has not been revealed to the resident sub-district authorities.
Elections to the Lok Sabha elections, which are held in the eyes of everyone, have finally been declared casual. As soon as elections were announced on March 10, the Model Code of Conduct was quickly implemented in the country. Elections are taken only after being subject to the Model Code of Conduct by the Election Commission. Accordingly, according to the Model Code of Conduct, the government vehicle for all the office bearers of the district has to be handed over to the district administration. Now the code of conduct came into force for three days, but the district administration of the district council, Panchayat Samiti including the co-operative sector was expected to give possession to the district administration. But the reality is different. The district administration is misleading to inform the office bearers who have collected their own vehicles. The vehicles of the office bearers of various departments were not in the possession of the district administration. After the implementation of the Model Code of Conduct on 10th March, 11th and 12th March, even after two working days for two days, no vehicles were found. When contacted, the resident Deputy District Collector Harish Dharmik was contacted by the mobile and asked about the question of collecting the cars. Some vehicles have been ordered to collect at the Collector’s office, some vehicles in four sub divisional offices in the district. However, when asked about how many vehicles were collected by the sub-divisional officers of Tiroda, Arjuni-Morgaon, Deori and Gondia in Gondia district, they were told that no vehicle had been collected. Therefore, it seems that the district administration is not sensitive with the issue of collecting the vehicle. There was no official vehicle in the election.
330 vehicles requirement
In order to make Lok Sabha elections, the district administration needs 330 different types of vehicles. The election department has prepared a plan for this.
Order to deposit 124 vehicles
The resident subdivision officer has ordered to deposit 124 vehicles in the district on March 11. The sub-divisional office has been ordered to deposit 27 vehicles to 27 sub-divisional offices of Gondia sub-divisional office, 26 in Arjuni-Morgaon sub-divisional office, 26 to Devi sub-divisional office and 27 deputy collector.
There are orders to deposit the vehicles. All vehicles will be accumulated in the next two to four days. But no one can tell the details of how many vehicles have been collected so far in the district.
– Harish Dharmik
Resident Deputy Collector Gondia