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Meeting Held Regarding Postal Ballot Voting for Absentee Voters

Palamu EW News: With the aim of ensuring 100% voter turnout in the Lok Sabha general elections, a meeting was convened in the district election office hall under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner Shashi Ranjan on Saturday to discuss conducting postal ballot voting for absentee voters. In the meeting, Mr. Ranjan reviewed the preparations made in the district so far, in accordance with the directions issued by the Election Commission, regarding postal voting. He also issued important directives to officials and employees of various departments falling under the category of essential services to ensure their participation in the Lok Sabha elections 2024.

He instructed all nodal officers of essential services to submit the names of eligible voters in the designated 12-D forms. Additionally, a block-wise review of facilities such as accommodation for central forces, ISR verification, and AMF verification was conducted during the meeting.

Dupty Commissioner emphasized that there should be no shortage of facilities in the accommodation and basic amenities provided to central forces. He directed officials to ensure complete arrangements for water supply, sanitation, and electricity in all clusters. He also instructed for continuous coordination with the tagged employment servant to ensure proper arrangements for the police and polling parties’ arrival, stay, and departure.

Furthermore, he directed all assistant election officers to distribute voter information slips among voters in a timely manner. In addition to the above, several other points were reviewed and directives were given by the District Election Officer, with the presence of all nodal officers of various departments at the venue.



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