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  1. Fixing uniform rate of remuneration to the officers/officials deployed on election duty -Regarding

    Fixing uniform rate of remuneration to the officers/officials deployed on election duty -Regarding
     

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  2. Operationalisation of District Contact Centre as Voter Helpline

    1950 as Voter Helpline across all Districts of India
    1950 in all Districts
    1950 as a universal number across India
    Each District will have Voter Helpline number 1950 and the only universal number of Elections Commission of India will be 1950
    When a citizen calls 1950 his call will land up in the district from where is he calling
    He will be greeted in the language of the District. (If he so desires he can call up any District across India by prefixing 1950 with the STD code)
    Standard Operating Procedure for all Districts
    All-District Contact centre has uniform Standard Operating Procedure, have a similar FAQ, access to NVSP and ERONET. Thus every citizen will get the same answer from wherever he is calling from.
    Any Districts upon receiving call will punch every call details on the National Grievance Service Portal. Thus every caller details, nature of calls and resolution status is viewable to every official in the ECI from DEO, CEO and ECI in a single unified interface.
    Toll-Free in every State / UT
    CEO Office will have State Contact Centre with a toll-free number whose primary job is to monitor 1950, take escalated calls, calls pertaining to CEO office and work as a control room during election times.  If required, the State HQ 1950 IVRS be configured for providing the citizen with a choice for District Contact Centre of HQ or the State Contact Centre.

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  3. The CHECK LIST of documents required to be filed by a candidate along with the nomination paper-regarding

    The provisions of the additional affidavit regarding dues in respect of Government accommodation have now been incorporated in the amended Form 26, and therefore, the said additional affidavit is not required to be filed by candidates. In view of the amendment in Form 26, the Checklist of documents has been amended. 

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  4. Guidelines for issue of Postal Ballot Papers.

    Guidelines for issue of Postal Ballot Papers.
     

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  5. General Elections to House of the People (Lok Sabha),2019 and State Legislative Assemblies of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim Transfer/Posting of officers - regarding.

    The term of existing House of the People (Lok Sabha) and State Legislative Assemblies of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim are upto 3rd June, 2019, 18th June, 2019, 1st June, 2019, 11th June, 2019 and 27th May, 2019, respectively.
    2.  The Commission has been following a consistent policy that officers directly connected with conduct of elections in an election going State/UT are not posted in their home districts or places where they have served for considerably long period.
    3.  Hence, the Commission has decided that no officer connected directly with elections shall be allowed to continue in the present district of posting:-
          (i)   if she/he is posted in her/his home district.
          (ii)  if she/he has completed three years in that district during last four (4) years or would be completing 3 years on or before 31st May, 2019.
    4.   While implementing the above said instructions/transferring officers, the concerned departments of the State Govt. should take care that they are not posted in their home districts. It shall also be ensured that no DEO/RO/ARO/ Police inspectors/Sub-inspector or above is posted back or allowed to continue in the AC /district where he/she was posted during the General/Bye elections held in the Assembly prior to 31st May, 2017.
    5.  If any small state/UT with a few number of districts, face any difficulty in compliance of the above instruction, then it may refer the specific case with reasons to the Commission through CEO for exemption and the Commission would issue directions, if considered necessary.
    6.   Applicability-  
     6.1      These instructions shall cover not only officers appointed for specific election duties like DEOs, Dy. DEOs, RO/AROs, EROs/AEROs, officers appointed as nodal officers of any specific election works but also district officers like ADMs, SDMs, Dy. Collector/Joint Collector, Tehsildar, Block Development Officers or any other officer of equal rank directly deployed for election works.
    6.2       These instructions shall also be applicable to the police department officers such as Range IGs, DIGs, Commandants of State Armed Police, SSPs, SPs, Addl. SPs, Sub-Divisional Head of Police, SHOs, Inspectors, Sub-Inspector, RIs / Sergeant Majors or equivalent ranks, who are responsible for security arrangement or deployment of police forces in the district at election time.
    7.  Following clarifications/relaxations issued by the Commission, from time to time, are for information/guidance of all the concerned:-.
    (i)    The police officials who are posted in functional departments like computerization, special branch, training, etc. are not covered under these instructions.
    (ii)    The Police Sub-Inspectors and above should not be posted in their home district.
    (iii)   If a police sub-Inspector has completed or would be completing a tenure of 3 years out of four years on or before the cutoff date in a police sub-division, then he should be transferred out to a police sub-division which does not fall in the same AC. If that is not possible due to small size of district, then he/she should be transferred out of the district.
    (iv)   During an election a large number of employees are drafted for different types of election duty and the Commission has no intention of massive dislocation of state machinery by large scale transfers. Hence, the aforesaid transfer policy is normally not applicable to officers/officials who are not directly connected with elections like doctors, engineers, teachers/principals etc. However, if there are specific complaints of political bias or prejudice against any such govt. officer, which on enquiry, are found to be substantiated, then CEO/ECI may order not only the transfer of such official but also appropriate departmental action against the said officer.
    (v)   The officers appointed as Sector Officer/Zonal Magistrate involved in election duties are not covered under these instructions. However, the observers, CEO/DEOs and ROs should keep a close watch on their conduct to ensure that they are fair and non-partisan in the performance of their duties.
    (vi)   While calculating the period of three years, promotion to a post within the district is to be counted.
    (vii)  These instructions do not apply to the officers posted in the State headquarters of the department concerned.
    (viii) It is further directed that the officers/officials against whom the Commission had recommended disciplinary action in past and which is pending or which has resulted in a penalty or the officers who have been charged for any lapse in any election or election related work in the past, shall not be assigned any election related duty. However, an officer who was transferred during any past election under the Commission’s order without any recommendation of disciplinary actions will not be, just on this ground, considered for transfer, unless specifically so  directed by the Commission. A copy of the Commission’s instruction number 464/INST/2008-EPS dated 23rd December 2008 regarding tracking of names of tainted officers is enclosed. CEOs must ensure its compliance.
    (ix)   The Commission further desires that no officer/official, against whom a criminal case is pending in any court of law, be associated with/deployed on election related duty.
    (x)   Further, the Chief Electoral Officer of the State/UT shall invariably be consulted while posting the persons in place of present incumbents who stand transferred as per the above policy of the Commission. A copy of each of the transfer orders issued under these directions shall be given to the Chief Electoral Officer without fail.
    (xi)   The transfer orders in respect of officers/officials, who are engaged in the electoral rolls revision work, if any, during an election year shall be implemented only after final publication of the electoral rolls, in consultation with the Chief Electoral Officer concerned. In case of any need for transfer due to any extra ordinary reasons, prior approval of the Commission shall be taken.
    (xii)  Any officer, who is due to retire within the coming six months will be exempted from the purview of the Commission’s directions mentioned in para-3. Further, officer falling in the category (home/3+ criteria and due to retire within 6 months) if holding an election related post mentioned in para 6.1 and 6.2, shall be relieved of that charge and not be associated with any election related duty. It is however, reiterated that such retiring officer need not be transferred out of the district.
    (xiii) It is further clarified that all the officials of the State (except those posted in the office of the Chief Electoral Officer), who are on extension of service or re-employed in different capacities, will not be associated with any election related work.
    (xiv)  All election related Officers will be required to give a declaration in the format given below to the DEO concerned, who shall inform to CEO accordingly.
    DECLARATION
                            (To be submitted within 2 days after the last date of nomination papers)
    I……………….(Name)…………..presently posted …………….from………….(Date)
    Do hereby make a solemn declaration, in connection with the current General/Bye election to Lok Sabha/……………(Legislative Assembly that……………..
    (a)   I am not a close relative of any of the contesting candidates in the current election/leading political functionary of the state/district at the aforesaid election.
    (b)   No criminal case is pending against me in any court of law.
        Note- If answer of (a) or (b) above is ‘YES’, then give full details in a separate sheet.
     
       Dated……………..                                                                                                                                                                                            (Name)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Designation
      NOTE- Any false declaration made by any officer shall invite appropriate disciplinary actions.
     8.  The Commission’s aforesaid instructions shall be brought to notice of the concerned departments/offices or State Govt. for their strict compliance.  The DEO or concerned district officers shall ensure that officers/officials who are transferred should immediately handover their charge without waiting for their substitute.
    9. The Commission has further directed that transfers/postings of all officers covered under the above instructions shall be done by 28th February, 2019, and compliance reports with details of action obtained from the concerned departments/offices of State Government furnished to the Commission by first week of March, 2019.
     

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  6. Scrutiny of Form-17A and other documents-reg.

    Scrutiny of Form-17A and other documents-reg.
     

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  7. GENERAL ELECTIONS TO LOK SABHA, 2019 and GENERAL ELECTION TO THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANDHRA PRADESH, ARUNACHAL PRADESH, ODISHA 7 SIKKIM and BYE ELECTIONS TO FILL THE CLEAR VACANCIES IN ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCIES OF VARIOUS STATES - GRANT OF PAID HOLIDAY

    GENERAL ELECTIONS TO LOK SABHA, 2019 and GENERAL ELECTION TO THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANDHRA PRADESH, ARUNACHAL PRADESH, ODISHA 7 SIKKIM and  BYE ELECTIONS TO FILL THE CLEAR VACANCIES IN ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCIES OF VARIOUS STATES - GRANT OF PAID HOLIDAY.

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  8. Application of Model Code of Conduct – GE to the House of the Lok Sabha, 2019 & State Legislative Assemblies in the State of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha & Sikkim & certain bye-elections.

    Application of Model Code of Conduct – GE to the House of the Lok Sabha, 2019 & State Legislative Assemblies in the State of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha & Sikkim & certain bye-elections.

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  9. Amendments in Form-26 (Format of Affidavit to be filed by candidates).

    Reference is invited to the Commission's letter No. 3/4/2017/SDR/Vol II dated 10-10-2018, the Form 26 appended to the CE Rules 1961 has been further amended vide Ministry of law and Justice Notification no. S.O.1023 (E). dated 26/02/2019 (copy enclosed). The consolidated Form-26 after incorporating the amendments is enclosed. The candidates are  now required to file the affidavit in this amended form-26.

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  10. Use of vehicles for distribution of publicity material - Regarding

    Use of vehicles for distribution of publicity material - Regarding

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  11. Counting of votes for General/Bye Elections to the House of People/State Legislative Assembly – Counting Procedure – regarding.

    Counting of votes for General/Bye Elections to the House of People/State Legislative Assembly – Counting Procedure – regarding.

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  12. Distribution of Photo Voter Slip - regarding.

    Distribution of Photo Voter Slip - regarding.

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  13. Guidelines for issue of Election Duty Certificate

    Guidelines for issue of c Certificate
     

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  14. Duties and responsibilities of Nodal Officer.

    Duties and responsibilities of Nodal Officer.
    (Bilingual)

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  15. Reconstitution of Media Certification & Monitoring Committee – regarding.

    No. 491/Paid News/2019/Communication      Dated: 25th February, 2019
    To
    Chief Electoral Officer of all the States/UTs
    Subject: Reconstitution of Media Certification & Monitoring Committee – regarding.
    Sir/Madam,
    I am directed to invite your attention to the subject cited and to state that in partial modification of Commission's guidelines dated 27th August, 2012, the Media Certification & Monitoring Committees at District and State level are hereby reconstituted with the inclusion of an Intermediary expert (intermediary as defined in section  2(w) of IT Act, 2000)/social media expert. The reconstituted MCMC shall be as under:
    1. District Level Media certification and Monitoring Committee(MCMC)
     1.1 The District level MCMC shall be formed in each district with the following members:
    (a) DEO/RO (of Parliamentary Constituency)
    (b) ARO (not below SDM)
    (c) An intermediary expert/Social media expert (to be chosen by the RO subject to the eligibility criteria)
    (d) Central Govt. I & B Ministry official (if any in the district)
    (e) Independent Citizen/Journalist as may be recommended by PCI
    (f) DPRO/District Information Officer/equivalent – Member Secretary
    1.2 For the purpose of the certification of advertisements as per the Supreme Court order dated 13.04.2004, Returning Officer of the parliamentary constituency/District Election Officer, an ARO (not below SDM) and An Intermediary Expert/Social Media Expert shall be the members of the MCMC.
    2. State level MCMC
    2.1 The State level MCMC shall comprise of the following officers:
    (a) The Chief Electoral Officer, Chairman
    (b) Any Observer appointed by the Election Commission of India
    (c) One expert to be co-opted by the Committee.
    (d) Officer of Indian Information Service (IIS), (at the level of US/ DS) posted in the State/UT, representing a media Department of Government of India as separate from the expert at (c) above.
    (e) Independent citizen or journalist as nominated by PCI (if any)
    (f) Addl/Jt CEO in charge of Media (Member Secretary)
    (g) An intermediary expert/Social media expert (to be chosen by the CEO subject to the eligibility criteria)
    2.2    The State level MCMC shall perform two sets of functions:
    (i) Deciding appeal from both District and Addl/Jt CEO Committees on Certification of advertisement as per the aforesaid Commission order dated 15th April 2004.
    (ii) Examining all cases of Paid News on appeal against the decision of District MCMC or cases that they may take up suo motu, in which case it shall direct the concerned ROs to issue notices to the candidates.
    3. Addl/Joint CEO's Committee on Certification: 
    The Committee chaired by Addl/Jt. CEO for Certification of advertisement shall also have one intermediary expert/social media expert as chosen by the chairperson of the committee subject to the eligibility criteria.
    4. It is further stated that the duties performed by the Media certification & Monitoring Committees at District and State Level will remain as it is mentioned in the Commission's guidelines dated 27th August, 2012.
    5. It is also to state that the intermediary expert/Social Media expert to be included in the MCMCs should preferably be a government officer subject to following eligibility criteria:
    A. If he/she is a Government Officer, he/she should be –
    i. Not below the rank of SDM
    ii. Has at least 5 years' experience of working in IT department/cell/social media cell of the government.
    B. If he/she is not a Government Officer (means private individual), he/she should –
    i. Have a Masters' degree in the field of IT
    ii. Have at least 10 years' experience of working in IT department/cell/social media cell of the government at central or state level with good understanding of Social media platforms and how they work.
    iii. Be also eligible in terms of background and neutrality.
    6. With respect to the profile of work which the intermediary expert/social media expert will be handling, it is to state that he/she shall:
    i. Assist the MCMC in the matter of certification of political advertisements proposed to be published on social media platforms
    ii. Assist MCMC in scanning social media platforms for suspected cases of Paid News
    iii. Assist MCMC in submitting a daily report to Accounting team with copy to RO and Expenditure Observer w.r.t. expenditure incurred by the candidate on election advertising on social media platforms
    iv. Assist the MCMC in the matters of queries/complaints related to advertisements on social media platforms
    v. Look after the overall coordination between MCMC and the intermediaries/social media platforms
    vi. Make sure that the Election Laws are strictly adhered to with matters related to advertisements on social media platforms
    vii. Assist MCMC in handling the violation cases on Social media 
    viii. Being part of State level MCMC, he/she will assist in deciding appeal from District and Addl. /Jt. CEO Committee on certification of advt. on social media and also examining all cases of Paid News on appeal against the decision of District MCMC or cases that they may take up suo motu.

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  16. Color of envelopes in Form 13B and Form 13C appended to Conduct of Elections Rules, 1961-regarding.

    Chief Electoral Officers to furnish to the Record/Unit offices blank envelopes for them to use the same for the service voters in various units for the Electronically Transmitted Postal Ballot Papers (ETPBs). There is no need to print the name of the State on such envelopes or any other particulars. Further, in cases where envelopes already printed contains description such as "Postal Ballot Paper", description of Form, etc., they may also be used for supplying to the Units.
    2. A question has been raised about the colour of such envelopes and also about cases where envelopes with description such as "Form 13C", Form 13B", "Postal Ballots" already printed. It is clarified that such envelopes should be of white colour. However, if envelopes have been printed in any other colour, they can be used and it is not necessary to print afresh in white colour

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  17. General Election to the Lok Sabha, 2019 - Assured Minimum Facility in Polling Stations- Regarding.

    ln continuation to the Commission's instructions No.464/INST-BMF/2013-EpS dated 27th January, 2014, No. 464/INST/2016-EPS dated 12th September, 2016 and No. 464/INST/2016-EPS dated 21't December, 2016. The Commission has re-considered the matter and directed that Assured Minimum Facilities (AMF) shall be provided by the DEOs at each polling station at the time of poll. These basic minimum facilities are:
    Provision for ramp - A ramp of slope 1:10 or less should be provided at the polling station to facilitate the PwD (Persons with Disabilities) voters, as per the directions of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of lndia. ln the polling stations where permanent ramps have not been provided, temporary ramp should be provided. Provision for drinking water - There should be a proper arrangement for drinking water facilitieg (300 Litres drinking water pot with disposable glasses) at the polling station(s). ln case, there is no provision for drinking water, make adequate arrangements at the polling station(s) for storage of drinking water pots and one employee or a daily wage-earner shall be deployed at the polling station(s) to refill the water pots and to serve water to the voters standing in the queue. Adequate Furniture - There should be proper provision for basic amenities like tables, chairs and benches for voters standing in the queue at the polling stations. Medical Kit - Make sure a Medical Kit containing Paracetamol medicine & items like gauze pads (4x4 inches)/ large gauze pads/ adhesive bandages/ rolling bandage/ORS/triangular bandages/ wound cleaning agent/scissors / blankeU tweezers/ adhesive tape/ latex gloves / resuscitation equipment etc., alongwith a medical attendant should be made available at each polling station for emergency use of voters. Proper lighting/Electricity arrangements - Make sure that the inside of the voting compartment is sufficiently lighted. lf necessary, arrangement for suitable lighting should be done for each compartment. However, halogen lamps or 200 watt bulbs to be strictly avoided directly above or in front of voting compartment. There should be proper electricity arrangements at the polling stations. lf the power connection is available, the condition of switches/bulbs/fans should be checked. lf power connection is not there, alternative arrangement should be made by hiring of generator sets etc. so that, on the poll day, those polling stations are properly lighted. Help Desk - ln the polling station locations having multiple polling stations, a help desk should be set up with the objective of providing assistance to the voter, facilitating the voters to locate their particular polling station and issuance of voter slips. The Help Desk shall be setup at a prominent spot so that the same is easily visible and approachable as voters visit the premise/building. The Help Desk should be manned by Booth Level Officer (BLO) who should be supplied with alphabetical list of electors. Proper Signage - Proper Signage should be put at the polling station locations for guidance of the voters about the route/layout of the location, facilities available (like ramp, toilet, drinking water etc) and Help Desk. Toilets - There should be separate toilet for men and women voters. lf two toilets are not available, pucca one should be earmarked for female voters and one temporary toilet may be provided for male voters. One employee or a daily wage-earner shall be deployed to keep the toilet clean throughout the day. Shade in Polling Station - Tented arrangement for shades with the size of 15 X 15 Sq Ft. should be made available at each polling station for the ladies/ senior citizens/differently-abled voters and children accompanying them. Volunteers - Volunteers from NCC/NSS/Scout & Guides/ Chunavi Pathshala should be deployed to manage the voters' queue. Volunteers should be provided to assist the PwD voters to reach the polling station. The volunteers shall guide the PwD electors upto the entrance of polling station. lnside the polling station, such PwD electors shall be assisted by polling staff. The age of volunteers should be less than 18 years. There should be arrangements for food for the volunteers engaged at the polling station on the day of poll. The CEO shall prepare a detailed 'Does and Don'ts' for the volunteers. Provision for Food - There should be an arrangement for food for the volunteers engaged at the polling stations during the poll day. Provision for Creche for children - There should be proper arrangement for creche at each polling station for children accompanying the electors. One trained attendant should be deployed to take care of these children. Provision for Transport Facility: Persons with Visual and Locomotive Disabilities and infirmed voters with impaired movement should be provided with public transport. lf public transport is not available, private vehicles should be hired for the purpose. Queue Management: There should be three queues at the polling station: one for male voters, one for ladies voters and another for senior citizens and PwD electors. As per present practice, one male elector should be allowed to vote per two female electors. Preference should be given to senior citizens and PwD electors. Display of Voter Facilitation Posters: As per present practice, there are four posters to be displayed at the polling station to disseminate information to the electors. These four posters should be numbered as ¼, 2/4,3/4 and 4/4 respectively.

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  18. Revision of threshold Election Expenditure/Donation through cash transaction in a single day by the Candidates/Political Parties above Rs. 10,000/- (Ten Thousands) by cheque, DD, RTGS/NEFT or other electronic mode etc. regarding.

    Revision of threshold Election Expenditure/Donation through cash transaction in a single day by the Candidates/Political Parties above Rs. 10,000/- (Ten Thousands) by cheque, DD, RTGS/NEFT or other electronic mode etc. regarding.

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  19. Fixing of uniform rate of Honorarium to Assistant Expenditure Observers deployed on election duty – regarding.

    Fixing of uniform rate of Honorarium to Assistant Expenditure Observers deployed on election duty – regarding.
     

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  20. Clarification regarding Second Randomization and Candidate Setting of EVM-VVPAT – regarding.

    Clarification regarding Second Randomization and Candidate Setting of EVM-VVPAT – regarding.

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  21. Adequate precautions for safety and security of strong rooms – regarding.

    Adequate precautions for safety and security of strong rooms – regarding.

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  22. GE to the House of the People, 2019 & the Legislative Assemblies & bye elections to 37 Assembly Constituencies of 12 States to be held simultaneously- Commission's Direction regarding transmission of postal ballot papers for service voters, electronically

    General Elections to the House of the People, 2019 and General Elections to the Legislative Assemblies of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha & Sikkim and bye elections to 37 Assembly Constituencies of 12 States to be held simultaneously - Commission's Direction regarding transmission of postal ballot papers for service voters, electronically.
    The Direction dated 20th March, 2019 issued by the Commission in terms of second proviso to sub-rule (1) of Rule 23 of the Conduct of Elections Rules, 1961, laying down the manner of transmitting postal ballot papers electronically for transmission of postal ballots for service voters at the current General Elections to the House of the People, 2019, State Legislative Assemblies of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha & Sikkim and bye elections to 37 Assembly Constituencies (as per Annexure-I) of 12 States. You are requested to forward copy of the Direction to the Returning Officers for electronic transmission of postal ballot papers to the service voters. This may also be communicated to District Election Officers and the other election authorities. The contesting candidates should also be briefed by Returning Officers IDistrict Election Officers in this regard.

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  23. Directions regarding language(s) in which Form 7A is to be prepared - regarding.

    Directions regarding language(s) in which Form 7A is to be prepared - regarding.

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  24. Filing of Affidavit in Form 26 appended to the Conduct of Elections Rules, 1961- instructions - regarding.

    The Commission has issued detailed instructions from time to time, regarding filing of Affidavit by the candidates along with the Nomination papers and its dissemination.
    Complaints related to dissemination of affidavits filed by candidates on the website of the Chief Electoral Officers, poor quality of scanning, illegible affidavits, etc. have been received in the Commission. In this connection, copies of the following circular/letters are being sent herewith for ready reference and necessary action.

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  25. Colour of packing of Statutory Covers, Non- Statutory Covers and Election Material to be submitted by the Presiding Officers - regarding.

    Colour of packing of Statutory Covers, Non- Statutory Covers and Election Material to be submitted by the Presiding Officers - regarding.
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eci-logo.pngभारत निर्वाचन आयोग एक स्‍वायत्‍त संवैधानिक प्राधिकरण है जो भारत में निर्वाचन प्रक्रियाओं के संचालन के लिए उत्‍तरदायी है। यह निकाय भारत में लोक सभा, राज्‍य सभा, राज्‍य विधान सभाओं और देश में राष्‍ट्रपति एवं उप-राष्‍ट्रपति के पदों के लिए निर्वाचनों का संचालन करता है। निर्वाचन आयोग संविधान के अनुच्‍छेद 324 और बाद में अधिनियमित लोक प्रतिनिधित्‍व अधिनियम के प्राधिकार के तहत कार्य करता है। 

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हमारा मोबाइल ऐप ‘मतदाता हेल्‍पलाइन’ प्‍ले स्‍टोर एवं ऐप स्टोर से डाउनलोड करें। ‘मतदाता हेल्‍पलाइन’ ऐप आपको निर्वाचक नामावली में अपना नाम खोजने, ऑनलाइन प्ररूप भरने, निर्वाचनों के बारे में जानने, और सबसे महत्‍वपूर्ण शिकायत दर्ज करने की आसान सुविधा उपलब्‍ध कराता है। आपकी भारत निर्वाचन आयोग के बारे में हरेक बात तक पहुंच होगी। आप नवीनतम  प्रेस विज्ञप्ति, वर्तमान समाचार, आयोजनों,  गैलरी तथा और भी बहुत कुछ देख सकते हैं। 
आप अपने आवेदन प्ररूप और अपनी शिकायत की वस्‍तु स्थिति के बारे में पता कर सकते हैं। डाउनलोड करने के लिए यहां क्लिक करें। आवेदन के अंदर दिए गए लिंक से अपना फीडबैक देना न भूलें। 

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