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    Jata Shankar Choudhary has been appointed as observer by the Election Commission of India, New Delhi for the by-election of Karjan Assembly constituency. He is currently in Vadodara and a meeting has been scheduled with the general public on the matter.

    147 Karjan assembly by election 2020 is scheduled on 3rd November and Jata Shankar Choudhary is appointed as observer to see the proceedings of the elections. As part of it he will meet people at the Karjan circuit house on three dates of 20, 23 and 27 October from 11am to 1pm.

    On his arrival he had a meeting with District Election Officer and Collector Shalini Agarwal at Vadodara Collectorate on  along with appointed Nodal Officers for smooth conduct of Karjan constituency elections. He gave necessary guidelines for holding the Karjan by-election in a free and fair environment and asked each officer to fulfill their responsibilities.

    Shalini Agarwal gave details of the work carried out by the District Electoral System for the by-election of Karjan seat. Jata Shankar Chaudhary suggested to make a comprehensive campaign for maximum number of women voters in the by-elections as well as to make necessary arrangements so that disabled voters can cast their votes without any inconvenience.

    Shalini Agarwal informed about the arrangements made for maximum turnout in the by-election of Karjan seat as well as for the disabled voters.
    She said that by-election of Karjan assembly seat is scheduled on 3rd November. Necessary training is being imparted by selecting officers and staff following the rules and provisions of the Election Commission of India as well as special instructions regarding Corona to operate all the 311 polling stations.

    She also said that as a precautionary measure, a rapid test would be conducted before the polling day to ensure that all these people were free of Corona.
      
    Election Observer Jata Shankar Chaudhary gave detailed information after getting details about the work done by the nodal officers for the necessary pre-preparations.

    Ballot units, counting units and VVPATs have been allotted in the proportion prescribed by the Election Commission for conducting the polls. 16 technical teams have been formed to keep these machines running and in good condition. The election observer was informed about the demonstration.

    Apart from this, various issues including measures taken to maintain law and order, transportation of polling materials and troops, distribution of polling materials at Karjan and arrangement of return centers were discussed in detail.

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