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Along with starting work on the intention of the Election Commission, suggestions and objections were sought from political parties.
The Election Commission has directed the polling booths to allocate 1500 voters. District Election Officer Praveen Kumar Lakshkar held a meeting with Electoral Registration Officers and office bearers of major political parties. The District Magistrate said that earlier 1200 voters at one booth were fixed by the commission. Now the polling places have been directed to be distributed among 1500 voters. This work was being carried out from 1st August 2022.
Seeing the intention of the Election Commission, District Election Officer Praveen Kumar Lakshkar held a meeting with the political parties.
Election commission is busy preparing voter list
The list of polling stations has been given to the office bearers of the Legislative Assembly wise political party. If there is any objection and suggestion in this, then within a week, it can be made available in the election office in writing. After the division, 2141 polling stations instead of 2268 are proposed in the district.
Polling booths will be reduced
Deputy District Election Officer Shiv Pratap Shukla said that the number of polling stations in the Chhanbe reserved assembly constituency is 466, after the division it will be 444. Similarly, in Mirzapur 421 instead of 451, Majhwa will have 442 polling booths instead of 434 in Chunar and 425 in Madihan instead of 445.
Participated in the meeting held on the instructions of the commission
In the meeting, Municipal Magistrate Vinay Kumar Singh, Deputy District Magistrate Sadar Chandrabhan Singh, Chunar Neeraj Patel, Madihan Ashwani Kumar Singh, Lalganj Vijay Narayan Singh, besides MP Mrs. Anupriya Patel’s representative Uday Patel, District President Apna Dal (S) Ram Lautan Bind, Indian Janata Party’s Chandranshu Goyal, Samajwadi Party District General Secretary Nagendra Tiwari, Durga Prasad Singh, Kanhaiya Yadav, National Congress Party’s District Vice President Arvind Srivastava, Deepchand Jain, Manoj Kumar Gautam, Alok Kumar Singh etc. were present.