SEC asks district administration to segregate voters list ward-wise
As the Gram Panchayati (GP) elections are to be held in the next two to three months, the State Election Commissioner Nagireddy during a video...
Gadwal: As the Gram Panchayati (GP) elections are to be held in the next two to three months, the State Election Commissioner Nagireddy during a video conference with the District Collectors had directed the officials to ensure that the segregation of ward-wise voters list is completed before May 17 and accordingly send the same for printing the final copies of voters list as per the new wards and GPs.
“The Panchayt Raj officials of the district should first reorganise the newly formed GPs and mark their boundaries of the wards inside the newly formed GPs. Accordingly, they will have to segregate the voters list as per the ward. Once the final list is segregated ward-wise it should be carefully verified that there is no voter of one ward is listed in some other ward.
After finalising the list, it should be sent for printing on May 17 next month and three copies each must be pasted at three different places in the GPs. Similarly one copy of voters list should also be made available at the offices of Mandals and should be sent to all the political parties,” observed the Election Commissioner.
He said that the Mandal Parishad Development Officers (MPDOs), EORDs and the District Collectors should give special focus on the issue and ensure that there is no delay in finalising the voters list ward wise. He also suggested collector to conduct a meeting of all the political parties and resolve any issues and clear their doubts if any among the political parties relating to voters’ lists.
The State Election Commission said that once the ward-wise segregation of the voters list is made ready it will be uploaded in the TE poll application software, using which final list of voters will be segregated and based on this the final voters list will be published. Revenue Divisional Officer Venugopal, MPDOs and other officials from Gadwal district took part in the video conference.