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100 additional companies, reach Anantnag for election
4/20/2019 10:37:30 PM
Early Times Report
Srinagar, Apr 20 : 100 additional companies of paramilitary forces including SSB, ITBP and CRPF on Saturday reached Anantnag and 80 more are being deployed in the south Kashmir district in next few days for the election in the south Kashmir district next week, sources said. The election to the Anantnag parliamentary constituency consisting of four south Kashmir district of Anantnag, Kulgam, Shopian and Pulwama is being held in three phases. On Tuesday, voting is scheduled under phase-III in Anantnag district having 6 Assembly segments of Anantnag, Dooru, Kokernag, Shangus, Bijbehara and Pahalgam.
Sources said that 100 companies of the paramilitary forces, earlier deployed in central and north Kashmir have been moved to Anantnag and reached there today. "80 more companies are reaching the district by tomorrow," they said.
The authorities, they said, have also ordered posting of 14 SSPs of the other districts of the state, over 60 DSPs and over 100 Inspectors and Sub-Inspectors for the smooth conduct of elections.
A senior security official said that the companies of the paramilitary forces will be accompanied by the respective SSPs, DSPs and in some places the Inspectors in order to ensure "maximum restraint is exhibited if any law and order problem arises." The officers have been also directed to ensure the safety of the voters and the general public during the polls. Meanwhile, sources said that army has been conducting searches in sensitive parts of the southern district. "All the polling stations have been put under high security," they said.
The Parliamentary Constituency has 1397272 registered voters including 720337 males 672879 females and 35 transgender voters. These include 4021 service electors (3991 males and 30 females).
In Anantnag district the polling will be held on April 23, in Kulgam district on April 29 and in Pulwama and Shopian districts on May 6. The polling will be held from 7 AM to 4 PM. The Election Commission of India (ECI) has established 1842 polling stations.
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