Six New Polling Stations And 84 Booths Increased In The District

DM taking a meeting with the representatives of political parties in the Collectorate.
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Six new polling stations and 84 booths increased in the district
Muzaffarnagar. Six polling stations and 84 booths have increased in the district in view of the upcoming Legislative Assembly General Election-2022. In this regard, DM Chandrabhushan Singh discussed with the representatives of political parties in the meeting. Now the number of polling stations in the district will be 920.
The DM informed that in view of the Kovid-19 epidemic, the Election Commission of India has given instructions to allocate the polling places on the basis of 1200 voters, in order of which the time table has been fixed for the allocation of polling places. Organized a meeting with MLA Umesh Malik, district heads, secretaries and representatives of political parties. The list will be finalized after the disposal of complaints and suggestions. The control table will be entered on 15th September and on 17th September the list of polling places including all the enclosures will be made available to the district election office.
He said that there are six assembly constituencies in the district. According to the instructions of the commission, new booths have to be made on the booths where there are more than 1200 voters. In this way, 84 new booths have been constructed in the district after allotment of booths having more than 1200 voters. In this way, six new polling stations have also been set up in the district. Now the number of polling stations in the district will be 920. The claims and objections have been received by providing the list of these new polling stations and polling places to the representatives of all political parties, which will be sent to the Election Commission soon. The DM said that now action is being taken to make the identity cards available to the voters at their addresses by registered post. The district had received 9433 identity cards from the commission in the month of August, out of which 2200 identity cards have been registered and sent to the voters’ address.

Six new polling stations and 84 booths increased in the district

Muzaffarnagar. In view of the upcoming Legislative Assembly General Election-2022, six polling stations and 84 booths have increased in the district. In this regard, DM Chandrabhushan Singh discussed with the representatives of political parties in the meeting. Now the number of polling stations in the district will be 920.

The DM informed that in view of the Kovid-19 epidemic, the Election Commission of India has given instructions to allocate the polling places on the basis of 1200 voters, in order of which the time table has been fixed for the allocation of polling places. Organized a meeting with MLA Umesh Malik, district heads, secretaries and representatives of political parties. The list will be finalized after the disposal of complaints and suggestions. Control table will be entered on 15th September and on 17th September the list of polling places including all the enclosures will be made available to the district election office.

He said that there are six assembly constituencies in the district. According to the instructions of the commission, new booths have to be made on the booths where there are more than 1200 voters. In this way, 84 new booths have been constructed in the district after allotment of booths having more than 1200 voters. In this way, six new polling stations have also been set up in the district. Now the number of polling stations in the district will be 920. The claims and objections have been received by providing the list of these new polling stations and polling places to the representatives of all political parties, which will be sent to the Election Commission soon. The DM said that now action is being taken to make the identity cards available to the voters at their addresses by registered post. The district had received 9433 identity cards from the commission in the month of August, out of which 2200 identity cards have been registered and sent to the voters’ address.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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