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Model code of conduct came into force with the announcement of Lok Sabha election schedule, strict action will be taken against those who violate the code of conduct

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Mar 18, 2024
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INDORE Geetkar Damodar Virmal Collector and District Election Officer Shri Ashish Singh appealed to follow the Model Code of Conduct.

A meeting of the Standing Committee regarding Lok Sabha elections was held here today under the chairmanship of Collector and District Election Officer Shri Ashish Singh. In the meeting, detailed information was given about election related rules and instructions, restrictive orders, election programme, election process etc. Collector Shri Ashish Singh urged everyone to ensure strict adherence to the provisions of the Model Code of Conduct. Strict action will be taken against those who violate the model code of conduct. He also appealed to follow election related rules and instructions and restrictive orders.
In the meeting, information was given about the election related program announced by the Election Commission of India. It was told in the meeting that without permission, any kind of protest, demonstration, rally, procession, public meeting etc. will not be organized now. Formal permission will have to be taken for the events. A single window arrangement is being made to grant permission. He instructed the officials that arrangements for granting permission would be made immediately. It should be ensured that permission is granted within maximum 24 hours. No one should have to worry about permission. It was told in the meeting that the Defacement of Property Act will also be strictly enforced. Municipal Corporation Commissioner Mr. Shivam Verma, Superintendent of Police Rural Mr. Sunil Mehta, Additional Collector Mrs. Sapna Lovanshi, Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Siddharth Jain, Deputy District Election Officer Mr. Rajendra Raghuvanshi and other officers and members of the Standing Committee were present in the meeting.
Information was given in the meeting that there are a total of 25 lakh 13 thousand 191 voters in the eight assembly constituencies of Indore parliamentary constituency. Of these, 12 lakh 68 thousand 93 are men, 12 lakh 45 thousand are women and 97 are third gender voters. There are a total of two lakh 82 thousand 560 voters in Mhow assembly constituency of Indore district which falls in Dhar Lok Sabha constituency. Of these, 1 lakh 43 thousand 73 are male, 1 lakh 39 thousand 482 are female and 5 are third gender voters.
In this way, there are total 27 lakh 95 thousand 751 voters in Indore district. Of these, 14 lakh 11 thousand 166 are male, 13 lakh 84 thousand 483 are female and 102 are third gender voters.

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