29th Mar 2024 10:03:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

Yupia, Mar 29: General Observer for Papum Pare, Amit Dhaka advocated for closely monitoring and re-working the critical and vulnerability mapping of polling stations in the closely contested Assembly constituencies during a review meeting held here at the DC Conference, Yupia on Friday.
“After the nomination process the dynamics of the voter behaviour changes, especially in the closely contested assembly constituencies which necessitates re-working the criticality and vulnerability mapping to ensure sufficient arrangements are in place for peaceful elections,” Dhaka said.
He also asked the senior officers of the District Administration and Police to visit the vulnerable localities to take stock of the ground realities and also build public confidence in the electioneering mechanism of the government.
Touching upon the ‘voter slip distribution process’ he further directed all the concerned authorities to complete the exercise by 10th of April, so that the BLOs can be notified ahead of any dead, shifted voters etc.
Later the General Observer accompanied by the DEO Jiken Bomjen, SPs Taru Gusar, Rohit Rajbir, Mihin Gambo, EAC election and NO, EVMs visited the EVM room.
Further the second phase of training for the 113 Presiding and polling officials, who had missed the earlier trainings were also held at the ZPC Conference Hall today. (DIPRO)

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