Flying Squad to check misuse of Govt vehicles

ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Following the instructions passed of the state CEO in view of the simultaneous Lok Sabha and state Assembly elections, the Deputy Commissioner Capital Complex Prince Dhawan vide an order has directed the flying squad team led by EAC Naharlagun Rinchin Leta and DTO ICC Wangsu to check misuse of Govt. vehicles by political parties/candidates or any other person connected with election, by conducting MV checking/naka checking at different places within Capital Complex.

Papum Pare DEO urged officers to be proactive
YUPIA:Papum Pare Deputy Commissioner cum District Election Officer Dr. Joram Beda urged the Nodal Officers (NOs) to be very careful and proactive in discharging their duties as per the ECI guidelines during simultaneous Lok Sabha and state Assembly.
During the coordination meeting with all the NOs at DC’s conference hall on Tuesday, DEO minutely briefed the officers about their role and responsibilities as nodal officers.
Nodal Officers of various cells like MCC, MCMC, transport, SVEEP, personnel, training, postal ballot paper/ETPBS, polling materials, EVM and VVPAT, expenditure monitoring, DCC, communication plan, media, polling personnel welfare, counting, health and IT were present in the meeting.

DEO asks poll officials to discharge duty
AALO: West Siang DEO Swetika Sachan directed all the officers and officials related to election duties, including the nodal officers and sector magistrates to discharge their assigned duties with utmost sincerity and dedication to ensure free and fair election in the district.
The DEO on Tuesday held a meeting with the Nodal Officers and Sector Magistrates to discuss poll preparedness in the district.
She instructed the nodal officers to make necessary arrangements for blind and infirm voters at polling stations to enable them to exercise their franchise.
“Randomization of polling officers will be done shortly and training will be imparted to them batch-wise for handling of EVM and VVPAT,” she said.
Stating that all the government officials are now under the direct control of ECI, and no laxity in duties will be tolerated, the DEO said that medical board has been constituted to screen the ailing officials for exemption from duties.
The DEO informed that movement plans, women polling stations, vehicle requirements, appointment of sector magistrates, surveillance teams etc. are being worked out comprehensively.
TAWANG: Tawang DEO Sang Phuntsok sought cooperation from all stakeholders, including political parties and candidates, in making the ensuing election in the district totally free, fair and peaceful.
Briefing the representatives from various political parties about the new facilities introduced by ECI, like Suvidha, C-Vigil and helpline number ‘1950’ meant for public to register complaint related to election matters, the DEO appealed them to maintain peace during and after election.
“The party political party candidates are not each others’ enemy. It is just a process of democracy to choose the best among them,” Phuntok said, and exuded the hope that there shouldn’t be any violence in the ensuing elections.
Earlier, CO (Election) Tashi Wangchu Thongdok also briefed the political party representatives about the conduct of election and new facilities introduced by ECI.