ASSEMBLY ELECTION 2011 ::  GOALPARA DISTRICT

Since the conduct of Election is a massive exercise, its success depends on preparation of a meticulous action plan including all aspects of Election and keeping this aspect in mind as well as inpursuance of guideline issued by Election Commission of India, this “District Election Plan” is formulated incorporating the relevant aspects for the purpose of smooth, peaceful and fair conduct of Election. For all relevant election related information, that one might want to know regarding the General Election to the Legislative Assembly Constituencies of 36-Dudhnoi (ST), 37-Goalpara East, 38-Goalpara West and 39-Jaleswar in Goalpara District.

An endeavour has been made to ensure better co-ordination, quality management, effective and timely implementation of various election related works. Considering the urgency and time bound nature of the various election related works attempt has been made to involve and utilize the services and experienced of the officers posted to Goalpara district.

The minutest details of planning of each individual cell like distribution and receipt of polling materials, transport plan etc. will be available with the concerned cell which is being done as per the exact assessment / requirement and exigency of the situation.

SCHEDULE OF ASSEMBLY  ELECTION – 2011  

1. Announcement of Election

01/03/2011

Tuesday

2. Issue of Notification

18/03/2011

Friday

3. Last date for making nominations

25/03/2011

Friday

4. Scrutiny of nominations

26/03/2011

Saturday

5. Last date for withdrawal of candidature

28/03/2011

Monday

6. Date of Poll

11/04/2011

Monday

7. Counting of Votes

13/05/2011

Friday

8. Date before which election process shall be Completed

18/05/2011

Wednesday

 # Poll Timings 07.00 AM to 03.00 PM for all ACs.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS (Including Constituencies)  

The district of Goalpara contains 4 ( four ) Legislative Assembly Constituencies. These are 36-Dudhnai (ST) LAC, 37-Goalpara East LAC, 38-Goalpara West LAC and 39-Jaleswar LAC. 36-Dudhnai (ST) LAC is a segment of 7-Guwahati HPC and other 3 LACs are segments of 4-Dhubri HPC. It may be mentioned that Khannkhowa GP under Kharmuza Development Block of Goalpara district falls in the Abhayapuri (South) LAC which is a segment of Barpeta HPC. The DEO, Goalpara (DC, Goalpara) is also responsible for conduct of elections in 38 polling stations of 39-Jaleswar LAC which fall under the administrative jurisdiction of Dhubri district.  

An Autonomous Council, namely, Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council (RHAC) was formed with its head quarters at Dudhnoi town. The jurisdiction of this Council extents upto Rani area of Kamrup district and except some parts of Matia, Balijana and Lakhipur Revenue Circles of this district, it embraces almost the entire district of Goalpara.  In the autonomous Council area, tribals other than Rabhas, like Bodos, the Garos, the Kochs, the Rajbongsis and others who constitute more than half of the population of the council area, however, seem to have the feeling of being left out from the benefit of the Council. As a result, a common platform under the name and style “Ethnic Group Coordination Committee” (EGCC) was formed by All Bodo Student Union (ABSU), All Garo Student Union (AGSU) and all Hajong Student Union (AHSU) of south Kamrup and Goalpara district demanding equal rights for the Bodo, Garo and Hajong communities in RHAC area.

 

PARTICULARS OF the

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCIES  

 

No & Name LAC

 

District

Total No. of Polling Stations

Nos. of Voters

Male

Female

Total

36-Dudhnoi (ST)

Goalpara

190

76504

75028

151532

37-Goalpara East

Goalpara

183

81484

79034

160518

38 Goalpara West

Goalpara

156

64422

61874

126296

39-Jaleshwar

Goalpara

Dhubri

102

  38

44736

16122

42856

15624

87592

31746

140

60858

58480

119338

Total

Goalpara

Dhubri

631

 38

267146

16122

258792

15624

525938

31746

 

669

283268

274416

557684

   

POLLING STATIONS INCLUDING COMMUNICATION PLAN  

Basic details of polling stations                                                                                                                             

Classification of Polling Stations on the basis of numbers of electors  

Assembly Constituency

Total No. of Polling Stations

Number of polling stations with Electors

No.

Name

 

<300

300-799

800-1199

1200-1500

>1500

36

Dudhnoi (ST)

190

1

105

82

2

0

37

Goalpara East

183

2

65

105

11

0

38

Goalpara West

156

2

80

67

7

0

39

Jaleswar

140

2

59

71

8

0

 Polling Station Location details  

 

Assembly No. & Name

Total Parts (Polling Stations)

Total Polling Station Locations (PSLs)

Breakup of Urban Polling Station Locations with having more than one PS in same building

Breakup of Rural Polling Station Locations with having more than one PS in same building

Urban

Rural

Urban

Rural

1 PS

2 PS

3 PS

4 PS

1 PS

2 PS

3 PS

4 PS

36-Dudhnoi (ST)

0

190

0

112

0

0

0

0

50

50

8

4

37-Goalpara East

41

142

24

104

11

9

4

0

67

36

1

0

38-Goalpara West

7

149

3

112

2

0

0

0

77

33

2

0

39-Jaleswar

3

137

2

107

1

1

0

0

77

30

0

0

Total

51

618

29

435

14

10

4

0

271

149

11

4

Total poling station locations in the district =464 Nos.  

Vulnerable villages/ Hamlets:  

LAC No.

Name of LAC

Sl No.

Pollling Station

Name of villages / Hemlets covered by the PS

Name of Villages / Hemlets identified as vulnerable

Reason (Type of Threat - e.g. Caste Domination / Communal Tension / Criminal Gangs etc.

Name of Police Station

No. of villages / hamlets / voter segment identified as vulnerable

No.

Name

Category

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

36

Dudhnoi (ST)

1

56

Khamari L.P.School

VS

Khamari

Khamari

Ethnic Clash

Krishnai

Garo

2

50

Belpara L.P.School

VS

Belpara

Belpara

Ethnic Clash

Krishnai

Rabha

37

Goalpara East

3

72

Rakhyashini Garopara LP School

VS

Rakhyashini

Rakhyashini

Communal / Ethnic

Mornai

Hindu Refugee

4

83

Lalabori Govt. Basic School

VS

Lalabori

Lalabori

Communal

Mornai

Rajbongshi

5

84

Lalbahadur Shastri LP School

VS

Harimura

Harimura

Communal

Mornai

Muslim

6

108

Gendabari LP School

VS

Chotomongrai

Chotomongrai

Communal / Ethnic

Agia

Rabha

38

Goalpara West

7

111

Nolonga Reserve LP School

VS

Nolonga Pahartoli

Nolonga Pahartoli

Communal

Baguan

Rabha

8

102

Pub - Pandoba LP School

VS

Pandoba

Pandoba

Communal

Baguan

Rabha

9

104

Pub - Pandoba LP School

VS

Pandoba

Pandoba

Communal

Baguan

Rabha

10

57

Hatisila MV School

VS

Hatisila Muslimpara

Hatisila

Communal

Lakhipur

Muslim

39

Jaleswar

11

119

Hasdoba LP School

VS

Hasdoba

Hasdoba

Communal

Lakhipur

Koch-Rajbongshi

12

104

Garojan JB School

VS

Garojan

Garojan

Communal

Lakhipur

Koch-Rajbongshi

13

140

Bolaikhamar JB School

VS

Bolaikhamar

Bolaikhamar

Communal

Lakhipur

Muslim

14

89

Dhumerghat MV School

VS

Morishbari Reserve

Morishbari Reserve

Communal

Lakhipur

Rajbongshi

 

FORMATION OF POLLING PARTIES:  

Personnel Cell shall be responsible for drafting of Presiding and Polling Officers. Lists of employees from various State Govt./ Central Govt./ PSUs / Boards etc. shall be collected. Polling teams shall be formed by ensuring mixing of personnel by computerized randomization as per ECI’s guidelines. The availability of personnel drafted/enlisted so far for 669 polling stations is as follows:-

Presiding Officers

1st Polling Officers

2nd Polling Officers

3rd / 4th Polling Officers

Total

870 Nos.

870 Nos.

870 Nos.

1000 Nos.

3610 Nos.

Employee list for Micro Observer

Central Govt Employee

 48 Nos.

Bank Employee

48 Nos.

LIC Employee

60 Nos.

           

Formation of polling parties shall be done by using randomization in presence of observers as prescribed. Polling Stations shall be allotted to the Polling parties by Random Number technique and intimated to the polling personnel on the day of their despatch to the respective polling stations. Training shall be imparted to all personnel as mentioned in para 2 earlier. For imparting training, the Personnel Cell shall also train up Master Trainers and Zonal Officers who would also act as Master Trainers.  

The training of the polling personnel is proposed to be carried out in three rounds. The details of the same are given separately in the Chapter “Training of Polling Personnel”. The first and second rounds would include the Presiding and 1st Polling Officers.  

Polling materials : 

GEneral:  

All required material would be procured locally except the items directly provided by the Election Department. Among the polling materials, special attention would be given to EVMs, ballot papers (for tendered ballot) and the marked copies of the electoral roll. The Election Branch would procure all material required particularly all items mentioned in Annexure-XII of “Handbook for returning Officers” for distribution amongst polling parties. Items like EVMs, ballot papers for fixing on EVM and for tendered votes, voting compartments, indelible ink, strip seal, paper seal, sealing wax, arrow cross mark, metal seal etc. would be supplied by office of the CEO, while the remaining items (for distribution to polling parties, counting arrangements etc) shall be procured locally and handed over to Material Cell for distribution to polling parties. The local procurement shall be done by the Election Branch observing required formalities in consultation with the I/C “Material Cell”.  

 Ballot paperS :    

The number of ballot papers required for all the 4 (four) LACs would be around 13500. One Assistant Returning Officer will be entrusted at the appropriate time to collect the ballot papers from the Govt. Press, Guwahati. Sorting and scrutiny of ballot papers will take place on receipt under his supervision after which the same shall be stored appropriately. On the day of EVM setting, the ballot papers would be handed over to the I/C, EVM Cell for preparation of EVMs and also to I/C Material Cell for packing the same  P.S. wise (for tendered ballots). The postal ballot paper for all the LACs would be printed by locally by the Ballot Paper Cell including envelops (Form 13B, 13C) and sent for issue.  

 EVMs :  

The number of EVMs received is 770(new), out of these, 669 nos would be required to be distributed to the polling personnel on the day of dispatch of polling parties. The remaining shall be used carrying by the Zonal Officers/ Magistrates on the day of the poll and for training and EVM awareness generation purposes.    

PREPARATION OF EVMS :  

Upon receipt of ballot papers, the EVMs would be set by the EVM Cell in the presence of the representatives of political parties etc as prescribed. Special training will be imparted to those involved in EVM setting. Concerned Zonal Officers shall also be involved in the process. The EVMs shall be kept in the strong rooms after preparation at RO level. This is expected to be done in the 1st week of April 2011. These EVMs would be issued for polling and after receipt shall be kept again in the strong rooms. The Zonal Officers shall give a certificate to the effect that the EVMs for their zones have been set properly.  

Marked copy of electoral roll :  

Electoral roll with 01/01/2011 as the qualifying date will be used for the ensuing election. The cell constituted for the purpose will prepare 4 (four) sets of marked copies of electoral rolls per polling station. Three copies shall be handed over to the polling parties, while one copy shall be kept reserved for carrying by Zonal Magistrates/Zonal Officers. The Postal Ballot Paper Cell will record necessary entry of postal ballot and CSV and submit the same to Materials Cell for distribution to the Presiding Officers.  

DESPATCH AND RECEIPT OF POLLING MATERIALS :  

All the polling parties shall be despatched on 9th & 10th April 2011. At first, all polling personnel would report at the Personnel Cell, after having seen their allotted polling stations on Boards specially erected for the purpose. Allotment of polling stations to polling parties shall be done by the Personnel Cell. This information shall be displayed prominently on Boards.  

On the day of dispatch of polling parties, a minimum of five counters would be set up for each LAC, with each counter covering around 20 polling stations. The receipt of polling materials parties shall be done at the same venue from which they were despatched. However, the number of counters would be increased to at least eight per LAC at the time of receipt of polling materials. The venue for the same would be Goalpara College .  

Lunch shall be provided to the polling parties on the day of dispatch and dinner would be provided on the poll day after their return. After lunch or otherwise, all parties shall report to the Transport Cell which will arrange for their transport for sending them to their respective polling stations. Payment of remuneration at the prescribed rates would be made to the polling personnel when they receive the polling materials. The distribution and receipt of materials would be done by Material Cell. Payment of remuneration shall be done by Bill Cell while Refreshment Cell will provide them refreshment coupons for lunch and dinner. Construction Cell shall construct the required counters. Consequent upon receipt of EVMs and specified materials from the receipt counters, the sealed EVMs along with Form No 17C, paper seal a/c covers will be safely stored in serially numbered earmarked spaces in the strong room. Construction Cell shall ensure floor marking/ rack marking etc in advance to streamline the proper storage of sealed EVMs LAC wise. Immediately after all the EVMs are received and stored, the strong room will be locked and sealed as per procedure. The Officer in Charge, Strong Room Cell will ensure this. The Superintendent of Police, Goalpara shall take adequate steps for guarding the strong room till the counting of votes. Special attention shall have to be given for checking of Presiding officer’s Diary, Part I of Account of Votes Recorded in Form 17C, voter turn-out figures in PS 05 and any other document required to be checked as per ECI instructions. This shall be done by the Statistical/ Compilation Cell. Only after satisfactory verification of the above, would the Presiding Officer be relieved. It should be endeavoured to ensure quick receipt of materials, checking etc so that the tired polling parties are relieved as early as possible. For this purpose, adequate number of receipt counters and adequate number of well trained personnel for checking of documents shall be deployed.  

Enforcement of Model Code of Conduct :  

The cell constituted for this purpose shall monitor the activities of candidates, political parties etc for enforcement of Model Code of Conduct. Any violation shall immediately be brought to the notice of the ARO/ DEO. In addition, meetings shall be held as often as possible with the political parties to ensure holding of free and fair elections.  

Control room and Hotline :  

A Control Room shall be set up in the Deputy Commissioner’s Office with phone No. 240125. All persons engaged for control room shall receive all information/ messages and take prompt action where necessary and record it in the Register maintained in the control room. As per CEO’s instructions Hotline shall be installed at the stipulated locations.  

MEDIA AND INFORMATION:  

Media and information cell shall ensure handling of and liaison with the media. On the day of counting, a Media centre will be set up at Goalpara College premises in a separate room, with facilities like telephone, FAX, TV  etc on pay and use basis.  

EVM AWARENESS:  

Since this is the second time, EVMs would be used in elections in the district, special efforts shall be required to generate awareness about EVM use amongst all concerned ie voters, polling personnel, political parties, media persons etc. For spreading awareness amongst the voters screening of video films on EVM use would be done at interior places throughout the election district like hats, bazaars etc. Secondly, display of actual EVMs in interior areas would also be organised. Efforts shall have to be made to optimally utilise the spare EVMs for awareness as well as training of polling personnel. Functionaries of political parties, media persons would be given hands-on training in the DC’s office itself.  

 

TRAINING OF THE POLLING PERSONNEL AND OTHER OFFICIALS  

Two officers namely R. Rahman, EO, Goalpara, and K Talukdar, Sr.ADO, Agril, have already been trained centrally at CEO office, Guwahati, as Master Trainers for imparting training to Gazetted Officers for Training of polling personnel. Twenty one numbers of Gazetted Officers such as AEEs, Asstt. Engineers, Junior Engineers and Agriculture Development Officers have been trained for imparting Training to polling personel.

All the seventy nine Zonal and Sector Officers engaged for Election Duty have to be trained in EVM handling and all these above Officers shall impart training to polling personnel in three phases.

The training of polling personnel has been divided into two parts :

1.    Intensive training about the use and handling of EVMs.

2.    Training about other aspects for holding Elections.

The training on EVMs will be imparted by the Master Trainers and Zonal Officers and the training about conduct of polling process, receipt and deposit of polling materials etc shall be imparted by senior Civil Servants of the District.

The training is proposed to be held at eleven venues of the district to facilitate easy participation of polling personnel.

Training, Photography and Postal Ballot / EDC form receipt Schedule (later) of Presiding and First Polling Officer  

Sl. No.

Venue

Time

Date for 1st Round

Date for 2nd Round

Date for 3rd Round

1

Dhupdhara High School

10.00 AM

15/03/2011

21/03/2011

 

2

Rongjuli HS School

10.00 AM

15/03/2011

21/03/2011

 

3

Dudhnoi High School

10.00 AM

15/03/2011

21/03/2011

 

4

Goalpara Vidyapith High School

10.00 AM

16/03/2011

22/03/2011

 

5

Baladmari H. School , Goalpara

10.00 AM

16/03/2011

22/03/2011

 

6

Matia High School

10.00 AM

16/03/2011

22/03/2011

 

7

Lakhipur Higher Secondary School

10.00 AM

17/03/2011

23/03/2011

 

8

West Goalpara College

10.00 AM

17/03/2011

23/03/2011

 

9

Lakhipur College .

10.00 AM

17/03/2011

23/03/2011

 

10

Jaleswar HS School

10.00 AM

24/03/2011

30/03/2011

 

11

Gossaidubi High School

10.00 AM

24/03/2011

30/03/2011

 

   

The training of Officers and Staff for counting shall be conducted after the poll is over.

ZONAL AND SECTOR OFFICERS

For the purpose of smooth and peaceful conduct of the poll, each of the 4(Four) LA constituencies under Election District Goalpara has been divided into several Zones and Sectors.

One Addl. District Magistrate is entrusted with the charge of each LA Constituency as Constituency Magistrate.

 One Sector Officer is entrusted in each sector and he will be directly responsible for smooth conduct of the poll process in the polling stations assigned to him. One Zonal Magistrate will supervise the Sector Officers within his jurisdiction. The LAC wise numbers of Zones / Sectors as well as Police Zones / Sectors are as follows :  

No & Name of LAC

No of Zones

No of Zonal Officer

No of Sector

No of Sector Officer

No.of Police Zones and Sectors

Police Zone

Zonal Officer

Sector

Sector Officer

36-Dudhnoi (ST)

4

4

19

20

4

4

19

19

37-Goalpara East

6

6

21

23

6

6

21

21

38-Goalpara West

5

5

19

20

5

5

19

19

39-Jaleswar

2

4

14

14

2

2

14

14

TOTAL

17

19

73

77

17

17

73

73

 N.B. : Actual Zone in the district is 13 Nos. because Krishnai Zone, Goalpara Zone, River PS Zone and Lakhipur Zone are fallen in two LA segments.  

Sensitivity of Polling Stations :  

LAC

Total PS

Sensitive PS

Very Sensitive PS

Comp. Safe PS

36 Dudhnoi (ST)

190

0

190

0

37 Goalpara East

183

48

48

87

38 Goalpara West

156

89

16

51

39 Jaleswar ( Goalpara District)

102

17

70

15

39 Jaleswar (Dhubri District)

38

16

8

14

Total for 39 Jaleswar

140

33

78

29

Total

669

170

332

167

   

A05-AC-wise Voter Turnout  

Assembly Constituency

Total Voter in the Constituency

Voter Turnout

Percentage of vote

No.

Name

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

36

DUDHNAI (ST)

76526

75044

151570

63766

61829

125595

83.33

82.39

82.86

37

GOALPARA EAST

81605

79172

160777

69290

66382

135672

84.91

83.85

84.39

38

GOALPARA WEST

64427

61879

126306

57492

53093

110585

89.24

85.80

87.55

39

JALESWAR

60818

58460

119278

54002

49731

103733

88.79

85.07

86.97

Total for the Election District

283376

274555

557931

244550

231035

475585

86.30

84.15

85.24

 

Counting Arrangements  

The counting would be carried out as per the following plan.  

No. & name of LAC

Venue of counting

No. of Halls

No. of tables*

36-Dudhnoi

Goalpara College

Hall No. 1

14 Nos. Table

37-Goalpara East

Goalpara College

Hall No. 2

14 Nos. Table

38-Goalpara west

Goalpara College

Hall No. 3

14 Nos. Table

39-Jaleshwar

Goalpara College

Hall No. 4

12 Nos. Table

 

Total:-

 

54 Nos. of Table

* Excluding ARO’s table.

 

a.) Construction of the Counting Hall:

Temporary protective walls with wire-net would be constructed on all four sides of the Counting halls providing ample space is provided for the counting agents to sit and observe the counting process.  

b.)  Counting Personnel:

(i)         Asstt Returning Officer: Each counting hall will be in-charge of an Asstt   Returning Officer. He shall be assisted by other Asstt Returning Officers/ Officers.

(ii)        Counting Supervisor and Counting Assistant shall be provided at each table.

(iii)       Compiler: In each hall there will be one Accounts officer and one Assistant Accounts Officer for compilation.

(iv)       Distribution & Collection Officer. There will be an officer against each Hall for collection of the EVMs from the Strong  Room and their distributuion amongst the Counting Tables.

(v)        Grade IV : In each hall, there will be adequate nos of such personnel.

(vi)       Packing and Sealing of EVMs etc: Separate arrangements shall be made Hall-wise for packing and sealing of the EVMs after counting.

(vii)      Compilation Cell shall arrange for compilation of the results.

(viii)     The Election Branch shall ensure that adequate numbers of sweepers are detailed at each counting hall to ensure its cleanliness throughout.

(ix)       The counting Supervisors and counting Assistants will report at the Counting Centres at the stipulated time on the day of counting.  

c)         Identity passes for Counting Personnel:

Identity passes for counting personnel will be issued by the Personnel Cell well ahead of the day of counting.  

d.)        Identity Passes For Counting Agents:

            Identity passes for counting agents will be issued by the Personnel Cell. For this purpose:  

i)       All the candidates/ election agents will be informed well ahead about number of Counting Halls and tables.

ii)      The candidates / election agents will be informed to submit application in Form 18 for appointment of counting agents.

iii)     The counting agents will have to sign the declaration in presence of officer in-charge of the cell.

iv)   The counting agents will have to submit their names and photographs before the stipulated time.

v)      The identity cards will be issued under proper signature and seal.

vi)     Seating arrangements will be made for counting agents against each counting table.

vii)    Each counting agent will have a badge indicating the name of the candidate and the number of the Table/ Hall where he will be watching the counting of votes.    

e)      Frisking activity to prevent entry of unwanted objects into the Counting Hall will be arranged by SP Goalpara. Metal detectors, Door frame metal Detector (DFMD) will be arranged by the SP Goalpara.

f)       Electricity Cell will ensure uninterrupted and proper lighting at the counting centres. Arrangement for Generator etc shall also be made.

g)      Refreshment as entitled will be made available to the counting personnel engaged in the Counting Halls.

h)      Necessary form and stationeries will be made available by the Election Officer.

i)       Adequate communication facilities like telephone; fax etc shall be arranged as per ECI instructions.

j)       Magistrates shall be detailed in the vicinity of counting centre to for maintenance of law and order.

k)      Fire Brigade & tear gas equipments required for any eventuality shall be arranged by the SP, Goalpara.

l.)      Other arrangements for counting: Security sheds, cook sheds, space for Generator sets, temporary toilets etc shall be provided at the counting centres. Seating arrangement for the Observers shall also be made in the counting centres during the time of counting process with TV facility. The Information and Media Cell shall also be accommodated at the Counting Centre.  

Counting of Votes Recorded against each candidates :

No. & Name of AC : 36-Dudhnai (ST)                             

Sl. No.

Name of Candidate

No. of votes recorded

1

KAUSHALYA CHOUDHURY KHAKHALARY, NCP

1597

2

DIGANTA KUMAR RABHA, AGP

40873

3

FLORENCE G. MOMIN, AIUDF

21003

4

BALI RAM BORO, BJP

10445

5

BHUPENDRA RABHA, CPI

1321

6

SIB CHARAN BASUMATARY, INC

46890

7

RAMA KANTA KHAKHALARY, AITC

3480

Total

125609

No. & Name of AC : 37-Goalpara East                                            :

Sl. No.

Name of Candidate

No. of votes recorded

1

JESMINA ISLAM, NCP

2069

2

JYOTISH DAS, AGP

34511

3

DULAL CHANDRA GHOSH, INC

19898

4

MANO MOHAN NATH, BJP

3195

5

MONOWAR HUSSAIN, AIUDF

36353

6

AZHAR HUSSAIN, SUCI

657

7

GOLE RAHMAN, AITC

665

8

ARUN DAS , IND

1662

9

ELBARTH MARAK , IND

13102

10

SHADEED MAZUMDAR , IND

23580

Total

135692

 No. & Name of AC : 38-Goalpara West                                           :

Sl. No.

Name of Candidate

No. of votes recorded

1

ABU BAKKAR SIDDIQUE JOTDAR, NCP

19154

2

ABDUR RASHID MANDAL, INC

22261

3

NISHI KANTA HAJONG, BJP

1563

4

PURANDAR RABHA, AGP

26862

5

SHEIKH SHAH ALAM, AIUDF

37800

6

DILIP RAY, AITC

894

7

NOZMUL HOQUE, SUCI

2069

Total

110603

No. & Name of AC : 39-Jaleswar                                                     :

Sl. No.

Name of Candidate

No. of votes recorded

1

AFTAB UDDIN MOLLAH, INC

35847

2

KAILASH CHANDRA RABHA, AGP

7331

3

MOIN UDDIN AHMED, AIUDF

52643

4

SHAFIQUL HUSSAIN (PRINCE), BJP

913

5

SONAUDDIN AHMED, NCP

936

6

AFZALUR RAHMAN, LOKO SANMILON

4657

7

ABDUL HAMID, SUCI

621

8

KASIRUDDIN SHEIKH, AITC

792

Total

103740

 

 

POLLING STAFF WELFARE

 

One Additional Deputy Commissioner will be appointed as the nodal officer to co-ordinate and supervise polling personnel welfare measures. Review meetings shall be taken to ensure the provision of basic amelities for the polling personnel at training venues, despatch and receipt centres and the polling stations. The sector officers shall also be sensitised in this regard by the Cell in-Charge.

   

            Following steps are taken to ensure the polling personal welfare:-

 

  1. Provision of tables, chairs, benches etc.

  2. Provision of drinking water and toilet facilities.

  3. Provision of medical facilities.

  4. Provision for refreshments.

  5. Provision for adequate nos. of issue and receipt counters at despatch and receiving centres.

  6. Provision for adequate transport facilities for return journey.

 

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