BJP released poster: Will give the gift of developed India and developed schools

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Educational quality will increase

Let us tell you, the BJP government is trying to increase the educational quality of the children of Chhattisgarh through the PM Shri School Scheme. So that in the coming times, the future of our children can move in a better direction than before. Through this scheme every child will be given modern education.

provided training to all employees

All the employees are being given training by the Election Commission. Counting of postal ballots of each Lok Sabha constituency will be done at a single place in the parliamentary constituency headquarters as per the assembly constituencies included in the Lok Sabha constituency. According to the information received from the office of the State Chief Electoral Officer, the counting of postal ballots received for 11 Lok Sabha constituencies of the state will be done at the headquarters of the parliamentary constituency. All EVMs are kept under tight security in the district headquarters. Employees are being trained for counting of votes.

1302 employees will be put on duty

For counting of votes, the entire work will be completed under the supervision of micro observers through returning and assistant returning officers. 14 tables will be set up based on the assembly constituencies of each Lok Sabha constituency. Along with this, 60 employees will be on duty in all the assembly constituencies. Here, assistant returning officers and micro observers will be present along with 7 counting officers. Counting of postal ballots will take place first in all the districts. 110 assistant returning officers will be appointed for counting the postal ballots. A total of 1302 employees will be on duty for counting the votes.

Voting was held in three phases

Voting for the 11 Lok Sabha seats of the state was held in three phases. In the first phase, votes were cast for the Bastar parliamentary constituency on 19 April. In the second phase, voting was held on 26 April for 3 seats, Kanker, Rajnandgaon and Mahasamund. Voting for the remaining 7 seats – Durg, Raipur, Bilaspur, Janjgir-Champa, Korba, Raigarh and Ambikapur – was held on 7 May.

Secure webcasting facility

Regarding preparations for the counting of votes for the Lok Sabha elections to be held on June 4, instructions have been given to the District Election Officers to ensure that the guidelines given by the Commission are followed seriously. Tight security arrangements will be made during the counting of votes and arrangements for web casting will also be made.

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