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    Draft electoral rolls: Last date for objections is Dec. 15


    Draft electoral rolls: Last date for objections is Dec.15

    Chief Electoral Officer contacts political parties to play proactive function.

    Chief Electoral Officer calls on political parties to play proactive role.

    Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) K. Vijayanand has mentioned that claims and objections concerning draft electoral rolls can be made till December 15.

    The claims and objections will be dealt with prior to January 5,2021 Unique campaign days will be carried out on November 28 and 29 and December 12 and13 Booth-level officials will be available on those days with draft rolls. The claims and objections will be addressed to on the spot. The last rolls will be released on January 15, he said.

    Mr. Vijayanand, who held a conference with agents of political parties on Friday, stated political parties played an essential function in the correction of the draft electoral rolls.

    ” In spite of many requests, the political parties have not selected booth-level agents. Error-free citizen lists are possible only if the booth-level representatives are appointed by all celebrations,” he stated. “The political celebrations are requested to select booth-level agents and get the draft citizens list confirmed by their booth-level agents,” he included.

    ” Rather of making a hue and cry over the citizens list when elections are round the corner, it would be much better if necessary corrections in the draft rolls are made now. It would benefit all political celebrations,” he said.

    The citizen strength touched 4,00,79,025 based on the draft electoral rolls which was launched on November16 As numerous as 3,26,824 new voters were registered. Around 45,000 applications were gotten through online. Of this, 33,000 candidates were enrolled as citizens and staying 8,000 applications need to be validated, he stated.

    As numerous as 80,000 new electoral image identity cards were released. There were 740 citizens out of every 1,000 individuals in the State. Ballot stations would be established in a radius of 2 km from your house of every citizen. Similarly, ballot stations would be established in the tribal locations too. After rationalisation, there are 45,917 ballot stations in the state, he stated.

    Mr. Vijayanand stated that the deadline for enrolment of teachers in the MLC elections is December31 So far, 30,000 instructors have registered their names. Elections to 2 teacher MLC posts will be kept in March,2021 All eligible teachers can enrol their names, he said.

    Andhra Pradesh.
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