Final Up to date: January 21, 2023, 13:17 IST
Agartala (incl. Jogendranagar, India
The Election Fee has appointed six classes of observers in three election-bound states – Tipura, Meghalaya, Nagaland – to intently monitor the ballot course of and associated features.
Election officers mentioned on Friday that to conduct the election, freely, pretty, fearlessly and inducement free, six varieties of observers have been appointed from among the many in-service and retired IAS, IPS, IRS and different Central authorities officers.
They’re basic observers, police observers, expenditure observers, micro observers in every polling station, particular observers for the particular circumstances, and counting observers.
The Fee on Friday appointed three Particular Observers and requested them to proceed to Tripura instantly to take inventory of the state of affairs, guarantee correct deployment of the Central Armed Police Pressure, intensify enforcement measures and report again to the Fee. The three Particular Observers are Yogendra Tripathy, retired IAS officer of Karnataka cadre, Vivek Johri, former Director Common of Police of Madhya Pradesh and B. Murali Kumar, IRS officer, who was Particular Observer in Meeting elections of Gujarat (2022) and West Bengal (2021).
In the meantime, the Election Fee would formally subject notification on Saturday for the February 16 polling in Tripura and the filling of nomination papers would begin instantly. The final date of submitting of nomination in Tripura is January 30 and the scrutiny of nomination papers can be accomplished subsequent day and the final date of withdrawal of the candidatures can be February 2.
Elections to the 60-member assemblies in Meghalaya and Nagaland can be held on February 27. Counting of votes can be held in all three states on March 2.
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