Gujarat Assembly Election: A team of the Election Commission, during its three-day visit to Gujarat, met the Director General of Police, Chief Secretary and other senior officials of the state to review the situation for the upcoming assembly elections in the state. Had many meetings together. Elections are to be held in BJP-ruled Gujarat by the end of this year. A team of nine senior officials appointed by the Election Commission visited Ahmedabad from September 16 to 18 to review the preparations for the upcoming elections in Gujarat, a government release said. The Election Commission team held a review meeting with Gujarat Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) P Bharti on the election preparedness on 17th and 18th September in the presence of District Election Officers, Commissioners and Superintendents of Police.
talked on these issues
According to the release, he made amendments in voter list and special summary, Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs/VVPATs), minimum facilities at polling stations, manpower, transport, law and Other issues including arrangements, security, training and capacity building were discussed in detail. It said that detailed discussions were held with nodal officers and representatives of various enforcement agencies which included agencies like Income Tax, Excise, Reserve Bank of India, Revenue Intelligence, Narcotics Control Bureau etc.
meeting with them
It was said that the secretaries of various departments of the state government including Home, School Education, Power, Telecom, Road and Transport, Health and Family Welfare, Excise and Revenue There was also a meeting together. Later, the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), State Police Nodal Officer, DEO, Superintendent of Police, besides holding a meeting with the Chief Secretary and Director General of Police of the State, discussed various issues related to the smooth conduct of the upcoming elections, the release said. and information received from enforcement agencies were also discussed.