The Bhandara-Gondiya Lok Sabha constituency and the general elections in Gadchiroli-Chimur parliamentary constituency will be held on April 11.
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Gondia: In the first phase of the Bhandara-Gondia Lok Sabha constituency and the election of Gadchiroli-Chimur Lok Sabha constituency in the first phase of April 11, there will be no voter voting in the district, including divisive persons, senior citizens and women voters. To provide the necessary facilities to them. Such instructions were given by the District Collector and District Electoral Officer Dr. Kambambri Balakwade in a meeting held.
He was speaking during a meeting of the coordinating officers held on Monday (25th) in the District Collectorate. Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Rajesh Rathod (Tiroda constituency) appointed by the Nodal officer and Chief Executive Officer of the Code of Conduct, and the Chief Executive Officer of Sweeter Dr. Raja Dayanidhi, Resident Deputy Collector Harish Dharmik, Jitendra, the project officer of the development project Deewari Chaudhary (Amgaon assembly constituency), district administration officer of the municipal administration Vinod Jadhav (Gondiya assembly constituency), in-charge district superintendent of agriculture NV Nainwad (Arjuni / Morgaon assembly constituency) were present. The collector said that everyone should follow the Model Code of Conduct in two Lok Sabha constituencies coming to the district. On the polling station, the coordination officer has been appointed for all the facilities and facilities for all types of voters. To ensure that every facility in the polling station is given to the coordinating officer, be sure to give them the necessary gift. Since some facilities are to be made available on the day of polling, it has to be done by the micro planning. Since the departmental commissioner Nagpur has to submit the report in voting center wise details, then take proper care that there will be no error in it.
In the places where there is Divine voters, they should carry the wheelchairs to the voting with the help of the electoral system and get them back home safely. Random arrangements should be made at all the polling stations for Divya Voters. Even the voters should not provide necessary facilities. The toilets and toilets should also be arranged on polling stations. Provide the primary facility of medication at every center. A waiting room should be made available for the male and female voters at the polling station. In the four assembly constituencies in the district, at least one polling center should be implemented through the women’s officers and employees, so that women voters will be encouraged to vote.