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538 polling parties dispatched to 4 ACs of Rajouri ahead of Polling
5/24/2024 10:31:52 PM
Early Times Report
RAJOURI, May 24: As many as 538 polling parties along with polling material were today dispatched to different polling stations across Rajouri, Thanamandi, Nowshera and Budhal Assembly Constituencies of 3-Anantnag-Rajouri Parliamentary Constituency where polling is being held tomorrow.
Amidst tight security, the polling staff and other logistics left from their respective dispatch centres marking a crucial step in the polling process for Lok Sabha Elections 2024 in the Rajouri, Thanamandi, Nowshera and Budhal Assembly Constituencies.
District Election Officer, Om Prakash Bhagat personally supervised the dispatch process, marking a significant logistical feat of the district administration, security personnel, and election officials.
District Election Officer, expressed satisfaction over the arrangements made for the Lok Sabha Elections 2024.
To ensure the safety and security of the polling parties and the polling material, stringent security measures have been put in place. The DEO said that the deployment of adequate security personnel will ensure a secure environment for the polling parties to carry out their duties without any hindrance.
The 4 Assembly Constituencies have 389721 voters, including 202809 males, 186905 females and 07 transgender. Of the total of 542 polling stations, 278 have been identified as sensitive.
Meanwhile, the District Election Officer undertook a comprehensive visit to review the election preparations in Nowshera subdivision. He was accompanied by the Additional Deputy Commissioner Nowshera, Babu Ram Tandan.
The visit of the District Election Officer encompassed multiple polling stations. Among the notable highlights of the visit was the inspection of the pink polling station at Nowshera, staffed exclusively by women.
The DEO meticulously reviewed the preparations undertaken thus far and provided directives to the election staff to ensure the smooth, free, and fair conduct of elections across the district.
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