Based On The New Standard, 82 Booths Increased In The Survey

Ayodhya. After the survey conducted on the orders of the Election Commission of India, 82 booths have increased in the district. Now the number of booths in the district will be 2161. District Election Officer Anuj Kumar Jha shared this in a meeting with public representatives, representatives of national political parties and officers on Tuesday. Also their objections were settled.
The Election Commission of India has ordered to set up booths for 1200 voters. After this, a survey was conducted on the basis of 1150 voters in the district and more voters came out in 82 booths. The reason behind allocation on 1150 voters is for fresh revision. Even if the voters increase in the revision, it should not be more than 12 hundred.
The District Magistrate said that in the assembly constituency of the district, 18 in Rudauli, 24 in Milkipur (SC), 08 in Bikapur, 17 in Ayodhya and 15 in Gosaiganj, a total of 82 polling places have been increased due to the presence of more than 1150 voters. On-site verification of all polling places was done by SDM/Tehsildars.
The suggestions/complaints given by political parties in this regard have also been disposed of. All the public representatives were informed in the meeting that the proposal of polling places would be sent for the approval of the commission.
In the meeting, District General Secretary of political parties BJP Manoj Verma, BJP Metropolitan Vice President Tilak Ram Maurya, BSP District Office in-charge / District Convenor Mustafa Ali, District Assistant Secretary, Indian Communist Party Sampurnanand Baghi, SP Assembly constituency Bikapur in-charge Krishna Kumar Patel, CPM Sitaram Verma, Apart from Shashi Yadav, representative of MLA Ram Chander Yadav, Chief Revenue Officer / Deputy District Election Officer Purushottam Das Gupta, Deputy District Magistrate Sadar, Rudauli, Milkipur, Sohawal and Tehsildar Bikapur were present.
Based on the qualification date 01 January 2022 from the Election Commission of India, the special brief revision program of the electoral rolls of the Legislative Assembly constituencies will start with the publication of the graph on 01 November 2021. Claims and objections will be received till 30 November 2021 from the date of publication of the graph. The final publication of the electoral rolls will be done on January 5, 2022, after disposal of claims and objections by December 20, 2021.
In this regard, all the public representatives were urged to make the appointment of booth level agents of their party as per the directions of the commission compulsorily and cooperate in this program. The DM directed that immediately before the start of the revision process, a review meeting of 20-25 numbers of all BLOs should be convened and directed that they should conduct door-to-door verification in their area from the next day on the gender related to their polling places. Provide information on ratio/EP ratios. The verification done from BLO will be supervised daily by the concerned Accountant/Supervisors.

Ayodhya. After the survey conducted on the orders of the Election Commission of India, 82 booths have increased in the district. Now the number of booths in the district will be 2161. District Election Officer Anuj Kumar Jha shared this in a meeting with public representatives, representatives of national political parties and officers on Tuesday. Also their objections were settled.

The Election Commission of India has ordered to set up booths for 1200 voters. After this, a survey was conducted on the basis of 1150 voters in the district and more voters came out in 82 booths. The reason behind allocation on 1150 voters is for fresh revision. Even if the voters increase in the revision, it should not be more than 12 hundred.

The District Magistrate said that 18 polling stations in Rudauli, 24 in Milkipur (SC), 08 in Bikapur, 17 in Ayodhya and 15 in Gosaiganj, 82 polling places have been increased due to the presence of more than 1150 voters. On-site verification of all polling places was done by SDM/Tehsildars.

The suggestions/complaints given by political parties in this regard have also been disposed of. All the public representatives were informed in the meeting that the proposal of polling places would be sent for the approval of the commission.

In the meeting, District General Secretary of political parties BJP Manoj Verma, BJP Metropolitan Vice President Tilak Ram Maurya, BSP District Office in-charge / District Convenor Mustafa Ali, District Assistant Secretary, Indian Communist Party Sampurnanand Baghi, SP Assembly constituency Bikapur in-charge Krishna Kumar Patel, CPM Sitaram Verma, Apart from Shashi Yadav, representative of MLA Ram Chander Yadav, Chief Revenue Officer / Deputy District Election Officer Purushottam Das Gupta, Deputy District Magistrate Sadar, Rudauli, Milkipur, Sohawal and Tehsildar Bikapur were present.

Based on the qualification date 01 January 2022 from the Election Commission of India, the special brief revision program of the electoral rolls of the Legislative Assembly constituencies will start with the publication of the graph on 01 November 2021. Claims and objections will be received till 30 November 2021 from the date of publication of the graph. The final publication of the electoral rolls will be done on January 5, 2022, after disposing of the claims and objections by December 20, 2021.

In this regard, all the public representatives were urged to make the appointment of booth level agents of their party as per the directions of the commission compulsorily and cooperate in this program. The DM directed that immediately before the beginning of the revision process, a review meeting of 20-25 numbers of all BLOs should be convened and directed that they should conduct door-to-door verification in their area from the next day on the gender related to their polling places. Provide information on ratio/EP ratios. The verification done from BLO will be supervised daily by the concerned Accountant/Supervisors.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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