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Kushal Pathak

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  • Birthday Thursday 23 November 1972

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  1. VIDEO CONFERENCING ON 22nd NOVEMBER 2018 WITH ALL EXPENDITURE OBSERVERS I am directed to state that Commission shall hold a review meeting, through video conference (VC) on 22'd of November. 2018, with all the Expenditure Observers deployed for elections in Mizoram from 4.30 P.M. onward to comprehensively assess the poll preparedness of the field machinery and to ensure compliance of all election-related rules, guidelines and instructions in letter and spirit. LAXMI DEVI UNDER SECRETARY The OM & Format can be downloaded from here: Mizoram.pdf
  2. Review Points for Central Observers 1.Polling Station: Assured Minimum Facilities(AMP), the standard voting compartment (with the increased height of the voting compartment). Voter Assistance Booth for ease of voters. All Women Managed Polling Station. Special Facilitation for differently-abled, visually-challenged, women, elderly, leprosy-affected etc. Voter Facilitation Posters. 2.Electoral Roll: Modified Photo Voter Slip (with the larger photo of the voter and location of the polling booth) distribution arrangements & monitoring. Vot
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    The Commission is organizing a two days long workshop with CSOs on 22nd and 23rd May, 2018.
  5. No Leader of a political party is not allowed to use private fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters for the purposes of supervising and monitoring the polling and counting process on the day of poll and counting.
  6. No Public transport like buses, minibuses are allowed to ply but it should be ensured that they are not used clandestinely for the conveyance of voters. Further, private cars, taxies carrying passengers to places other than polling booths like hospitals, airports, railway stations, bus stands, friends and relations houses, clubs, and restaurants will be allowed on the road. But they should not be allowed to come clandestinely near the polling areas for the conveyance of voters.
  7. No. Any arrangement, direct or indirect, to carry any voter to or from polling station by any kind of vehicle used for transport is a criminal offence. (Refer: Sec. 133 of Representation of People Act, 1951)
  8. No The candidate or his agent or party workers or workers will be allowed to use only four/three/two wheeler vehicles i.e. cars (of all types), taxis, auto rickshaws, rickshaws and two wheelers. In these vehicles not more than five persons including drivers are allowed to move on the day of poll.
  9. (i) For an election to the House of the People, a candidate will be entitled to: (a) One vehicle for candidate’s own use in respect of the entire constituency. One vehicle for use of candidate’s election agent for entire constituency. (b) In addition, one vehicle for use of candidate’s workers or party workers, as the case may be, in each of the assembly segments comprised in the Parliamentary Constituency. (ii) For an election to the State Legislaitve Assembly, a candidate will be entitled to: (a) One vehicle for candidate’s own use (b) One vehicle for use of candidat
  10. Yes No person is allowed to go armed with arms as defined in Arms Act 1959 of any kind within the neighborhood of a polling station on the day of poll. (Refer: Section 134B of Representation of 1951)
  11. No person is allowed to either carry or use mobile phones, cordless phones, wireless sets etc. in 100 meter perimeter of the polling stations described as the “polling station neighborhood” and within the polling booth. Only Observer/Micro Observer, Presiding Officer and security personnel are allowed to carry mobile phone but they will keep their mobile phones in silent mode.
  12. Yes Canvassing for votes etc. within a distance of one hundred meters of polling station is prohibited on the day of poll. (Refer : Section 130 of Representation of 1951)
  13. Yes It is necessary to obtain the written permission of the Government authorities concerned or local authorities before setting up of such booths. Written permission must be available with the persons manning the booth for production before the police /election authorities concerned on demand.

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SVEEPSystematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) is a programme of multi interventions through different modes and media designed to educate citizens, electors and voters about the electoral process in order to increase their awareness and participation in the electoral processes. SVEEP is designed according to the socio-economic, cultural and demographic profile of the state as well as the history of electoral participation in previous rounds of elections and learning thereof.   

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ECIThe Election Commission of India is an autonomous constitutional authority responsible for administering election processes in India. The body administers elections to the Lok SabhaRajya Sabha, State Legislative Assemblies in India, and the offices of the President and Vice President in the country. The Election Commission operates under the authority of Constitution per Article 324, and subsequently enacted Representation of the People Act

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