Burhanpur News: Will make voters aware through short film


Publish Date: | Thu, 07 Oct 2021 12:46 AM (IST)

Burhanpur (Naiduniya Representative). Since the implementation of the Model Code of Conduct for the by-elections in the district, where the district administration has started preparations related to the elections, a campaign is also being conducted to make people aware for maximum voting. In this sequence, a short film was shot for awareness in the collectorate on Wednesday. Collector Praveen Singh, Superintendent of Police Rahul Lodha, District Program Officer of Women and Child Development Department Suman Kumar Pillai and other officials were involved in this. Collector Praveen Singh said during this time that every voter should exercise his franchise in this great festival of democracy. Last time also the polling percentage in the district was good. This time, efforts are being made to get 10 percent more voting than that.

Every vehicle being checked at the checkposts

Being a district of Maharashtra border, the police have to struggle more. Police and administration officials have been deployed at the checkposts set up along the border. These employees are checking each and every vehicle coming from there. Collector Praveen Singh said that till the completion of the election process, if anyone is found with more than fifty thousand rupees without valid reason, then it will be confiscated. It will be duly checked. If the person carrying the amount gives proper evidence and reasons, then only he can be released. There is a possibility of cash being used to lure voters during elections, he said. In view of this, this step has been taken on the instructions of the Election Commission. On Wednesday, a large number of four-wheelers queued up at the Loni checkpost due to the investigation.

Inspection of checkposts and polling stations

Collector Praveen Singh and Superintendent of Police Rahul Lodha are reaching themselves to take stock of whether the work of checking vehicles is being done properly at the checkposts located on the border. During the surprise inspection, he instructed the employees posted at the checkposts to check each vehicle thoroughly, working with alertness and promptness. During this, according to the guidelines issued by the Election Commission, the material should be checked and suspicious items should be checked minutely. The officers and employees posted at Bhota and Anturli checkposts were also questioned about their responsibilities. View the registration register of vehicles. Apart from this, he also inspected the polling stations of Ichhapur, Chapora, Shahpur etc. Instructed the Naib Tehsildar and BLO present on the spot to improve the arrangements.

Posted By: Nai Dunia News Network

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