Voter registration programme for teachers’ constituency starts

  • | Thursday | 28th September, 2023

Nashik: Radhakrishna Game, returning officer for the coming Nashik division Teachers constituency MLC elections, on Wednesday announced commencement of the voters enrolment programme for the polls. Game, who is also the Nashik divisional commissioner, said teachers should ensure that they filled Form 19 while registering their names.He said this at the meeting organized regarding the announcement of the Nashik Division Teacher Voter Registration Programme at the district collectorate. Deputy commissioner Ramesh Kale, deputy director (information) Gyanoba Igwe and additional collector Babasaheb Pardhe were among those who attended the meeting.Game said the election commission has cancelled the old form of voter registration, and Form 19 was essential for the new registrations. The formed would be distributed from and accepted at all tehsil and sub-divisional offices, collectors office and the divisional commissioners office. He said 118 officers have been appointed for the purpose.The voters list of the previous teacher constituency election shall not be used. Form 19 for the coming election has been revised. There is also space for putting the Aadhaar number, which however, will be optional, said Game.The administration has urged voters eligible for the teachers constituencies to get the registration done between September 30 and November 6, 2023.We also published the following articles recentlyBihar: Two divisional commissioners among 8 IAS officers transferredThe government of Bihar has ordered the transfer of eight IAS officers, including the divisional commissioners of Bhagalpur and Munger. The Bhagalpur divisional commissioner has been made director of land consolidation, while the Munger DC has replaced him. Other officers have been transferred to various departments such as consumer protection, revenue board, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Schemes, and Bihar State Transport Corporation. One officer has been appointed as the managing director of Bihar state textbook publication corporation.85.5 pc voter turnout in DU Teachers Association pollsThe Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) elections saw a high voter turnout of 85.5%. The main contenders were the National Democratic Teachers Front (NDTF) and the Democratic United Teachers Alliance (DUTA). This year, nine teachers organizations formed an alliance called the Democratic United Teachers Alliance. The NDTF had won the previous elections, but the DUTA had won five times consecutively before that. The elections were held from 10 am to 5 pm, and a total of 8,187 out of 9,500 eligible voters cast their votes. The alliance aims to protect teachers rights and address issues such as delayed promotions, salaries, and job security.Election Commission of Pakistan releases initial report on delimitation of constituenciesThe Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has released a provisional report on the delimitation of constituencies based on the recent census. The initial delimitation exercise was scheduled to be completed on October 7 but was later extended to November 30. The report shows the population distribution in National Assembly and provincial assembly constituencies, with Punjab having the majority of seats in both. The elections are expected to take place in the last week of January next year. Despite criticism, the caretaker Prime Minister has endorsed the delimitation as a constitutional exercise.

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