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DCs for peaceful conduct of LS polls and by election
Dimapur Mar 25 (NPN)
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Published on 26 Mar. 2009 12:52 AM IST
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DC LONGLENG: To ensure peaceful atmosphere in the forthcoming election, DC Longleng C.K Nihekhu Sema has enforced a ban on carrying of arms both licensed and unlicensed within Longleng district. Owners of arms have been informed to deposit their arms including muzzle loading guns to either police station or to the custody of village council in their respective villages. Village VVV and VG post commanders, EAC judicial, SDPO Longleng, Hd DB and GBs in the town have been directed to ensure that deposition of arms at the police station was completed by March 31. DC has also requested SP Longleng to ensure that any person found carrying arms should be arrested and their arms and ammunitions be kept in police custody. Violators would be fined a minimum of Rs. 2,500 after the expiry of last date. DC Mon: In connection with by-election to 41 Tizit A/C under Mon district the Deputy Commissioner & Returning Officer Mon, Dinesh Kumar IAS has notified to all concerned that nomination papers may be delivered by the candidates or by any of his proposers to the RO & DC Mon beginning from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on any working day not later than March 30, forms of nomination papers may be obtained at the place and time mentioned above, nomination papers will be taken up for scrutiny at DC’s conference hall Mon on March 31, 11 a.m, notice of withdrawal of candidate may be delivered either by a candidate or by any of his proposers or by his election agent who has been authorized in written by the candidate to deliver it to either of the officers specified above that his office before 3 p.m. on April 2 and in the event of the election being contested the poll will be taken on April 16 between 7am to 4 pm. DC Dimapur: Deputy Commissioner Dimapur, Maongwati Aier, who is also the district election officer has notified the following instructions for both government and private vehicles regarding detailment of vehicles for the forthcoming parliamentary & state assembly by-election in the state. According to an official bulletin the instructions include reporting of government officials/ Department vehicles at state stadium Diphu Road on April 8, 10a.m. (As first reporting), reporting of private vehicles at state stadium Diphu Road on April 11, 10am, vehicles requisitioned for other districts will be dispatched on April 13, 10am, government vehicles detailed for election duty at Dimapur will report on April 14, 10 am at state stadium, vehicles for polling parties for Dimapur district will be dispatched on April 15, private vehicles remaining after dispatching to other district to be used at Dimapur will be stationed at state stadium till election is over. Any change of schedule for reporting of vehicle would be published in local daily paper, stated the release.

 
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