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Directives for Lok Sabha poll and assembly election 2009
Published on 25 Mar. 2009 2:06 AM IST
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DC Dimapur: DC Dimapur Maongwati Aier has directed all political parties, contesting candidates and printing presses including election printers to strictly follow the rules while publication and printings were made. The printer should first obtain from the publishers a declaration in duplicate pro forma in annexure ‘A’ duly signed by the publishers and attested by two persons to whom the publishers is personally known, name and address of the printer and the publisher should be clearly indicated in the print line of all the printed posters, pamphlets, the printer should furnish four copies of the printed materials along with declaration of publishers in original duly authenticated by the printer within three days of the printing to the district magistrate. And printer should submit a report on the print in the prescribed pro forma in annexure ‘B’ stating the numbers of copies printed and the printing charges including cost of paper being charged from the publisher in respect of the documents. DC in an order stated that any person who contravened the provision of section 127A which governs the printing and publication of election pamphlets, posters would be punishable with imprisonment for a term which might extend six months or might enforce fine extending up to 2000 rupees. DC Phek: In view of the ensuing Lok Sabha poll and assembly election 2009 the deputy commissioner & district election officer, Phek, N. Hangsing (NCS) has directed all the government officers and staff posted in Phek district to be in their place of posting. He informed that any government employees found absent in their station will be viewed seriously and the matter will be taken up with the government for initiating disciplinary action against the absentees as per the provision of the Election Law. Any head of offices requirement to attend official matter outside the district shall obtain personal permission from the DC & DEO Phek. DC Wokha: In view of the forthcoming Lok Sabha Election, the deputy commissioner & DEO Wokha has directed all government employees under Wokha district detailed for election duty not to apply for exemption. According to an official bulletin, no exemption would be allowed except in case of exigencies. All sorts of application for exemption received would be put up before the medical board and the cases may be suitably recommended for invalid exemption if necessary. The deputy commissioner also directed government officials allotted with government vehicles to keep their vehicles in good condition for use during election and stated that exemption of vehicles will not be given under any circumstances. DC Tuensang: Deputy commissioner & district election officer Tuensang has ordered that in continuation of his order dated Tuensang the March 19 regarding election training schedule for the district, first and second phase training for teachers as compulsory. According to an official bulletin, all teachers have been directed to attend election training on April 1 and 2 without fail. Other remaining programme for the schedule would remain the same. DC Mon:In order to conduct the upcoming parliamentary election and by election to 41 AC Tizit in a smooth and systematic manner, the DC & DEO Mon Dinesh Kumar, IAS convened a meeting on March 23 at DC conference hall and briefed the department nodal officers for election. According to an official bulletin, the DC highlighted the duties and responsibilities of the nodal officers and called upon them to extent full cooperation in election duties with well-equipped knowledge about the instructions from the Election Commission of India. He urged upon the HODs to keep their department vehicles in good condition for election duties, and also asked all the polling personnel to compulsorily attend the election training scheduled from March 28 and directed the Department of Power, PHE, PWD (R&B) and BRO to keep the roads and their respective resources in good condition. SDO (C) Mon Sadar, Hiazu Meru and AEO Mon, N. Moa Aier also briefed the officials about the rules and responsibility of nodal officers during the election. DC Peren: Deputy Commissioner, Peren, N. Mesen, who is also the Assistant Returning Officer, has informed all government employees under Peren district who have been drafted for the ensuing election duty (polling duties) to attend a training and rehearsal starting March 17 and ending April 14. According to a press communiqué issued by the DC, Peren, polling parties would proceed to their assigned polling stations after the 3rd round of the training for which other details and information would be made known at the training and rehearsal. The communiqué also stated that the training would be imparted by master trainers and EVM trainers and official concerned to polling personnel. DC Zunheboto: Deputy commissioner & district election officer, Zunheboto, Z. Thele has informed all government officials/employees and departments under Zunheboto district with attached vehicles to submit the list of vehicles with registration numbers to the office of the DC & DEO Zunheboto on or before March 27 without fail, stated an official bulletin.

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