Lesson of the compulsory voting that was taught to the police force – Lesson of the compulsory voting that was taught to the police force

SSP Kalanidhi Naithani gave the police the necessary guidance before dispatching the police to the three-stage Panchayat elections. The SSP said 350 vehicles were safely sent to vote.
He said that all police officers and officers on duty will ensure the security of ballot papers and ballot papers. Emergency ambulance services will be available in each block to keep an eye on the epidemic.
Electronic materials, cell phones, matches, etc. are not available to agents in the counting centers. It will be certain that the armed forces will be supplied with food in each stand center by 10 a.m. Food will not be accepted by the candidate or any other person from the village by the police officer or the staff on duty at the polling station.
The SSP said that banner posters were not allowed in the 100 m to 200 m area of ​​the polling station. No person will act illegally in this area. The candidate’s stand is 200 meters from the polling station.
Vehicles used by voters are parked outside 200 meters of the polling station. The SSP said security guards will be stationed at large polling stations with guns on top of the polling station. The police force stationed at the polling station will do their job.

SSP Kalanidhi Naithani provided the necessary guidelines to the police before dispatching the police to the three-stage Panchayat elections. The SSP said 350 vehicles were safely sent to vote.

He said that all police officers and officers on duty will ensure the security of ballot papers and ballot papers. Emergency ambulance services will be available in each block to keep an eye on the epidemic.

Electronic materials, cell phones, matches, etc. are not available to agents in the counting centers. It will be certain that the armed forces will be supplied with food in each stand center by 10 a.m. Food will not be accepted by the police officer or the polling station staff from the candidate party or any other person in the village.

The SSP said that banner posters are not allowed in the 100-meter area of ​​the 200-meter polling station. No person will act illegally in this area. The candidate’s stand is 200 meters from the polling station.

Vehicles used by voters are parked outside 200 meters of the polling station. The SSP said security guards will be stationed at large polling stations with guns on the polling station roof. The police force stationed at the polling station will do their job.

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