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State to go to polls on Feb 27, March 3
Model code of conduct comes into effect immediately: CEO

Source: Chronicle News Service

Imphal/New Delhi, January 08 2022: Spanned over seven phases, the elections to five states assemblies - Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Gao, Punjab and Manipur - would be held from February 10 to March 7, and the counting of votes will take place on March 10, the Election Commission of India announced on Saturday.

Uttar Pradesh will go to the polls on February 10, 14, 20, 23 and March 3 and 7; Punjab, Goa and Uttarakhand would vote on February 14; while Manipur will vote in two phases on February 27 and March 3, said Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra.

The elections would be held following full Covid protocols.

As per the Covid protocols for conducting elections, all election officials will be double vaccinated, will be given a booster dose and will also be treated as frontline workers.

Booths would be fully sanitised and there will be adequate gloves, sanitizers, etc., for the polling staff.

Meanwhile, addressing a press conference at the office of CEO, Lamphelpat here in the evening, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Manipur Rajesh Agrawal informed that with the announcement of the election schedules by the Election Commission of India, the Model Code of Conduct has come into effect immediately and will be applicable across the state.

He urged all intending candidates, poiitical parties, the state and the Union governments and all stakeholders to comply strictly with the Model Code of Conduct with immediate effect till the election process is completed.

Notification for elections will be issued on February 1 and 4 respectively for the first and second phase.

Last date of filing nomination will be February 8 for the first phase and February 11 for the second phase while scrutiny will be done on February 9 and 14 respectively.

Last date of withdrawing candidature is February 11 and 16 respectively for the two phases.

Election will be held on February 27 for the first phase and on March 3 for the second phase while election results will be declared on March 10 and all election processes shall be completed by March 12.Assembly constituencies going to the polls in the first phase are 1-Khundrakpam, 2-Heingang, 3-Khurai, 4-Kshetrigao, 5-Thongju, 6-Keirao, 7-Andro, 8-Lamlai, 9-Thangmeiband, 10-Uripok, 11-Sagolband, 12-Keisamthong, 13-Singjamei, 14-Yaiskul, 15 Wangkhei, 16-Sekmai (SC), 17-Lamsang, 18-Konthoujam, 19-Patsoi, 20-Langthabal, 21- Naoria Pakhanglakpa, 22-Wangoi, 23-Mayang Imphal, 24-Nambol, 25-Oinam, 26-Bishnupur, 27-Moirang, 28-Thanga, 29-Kumbi, 46-Saikul (ST), 50-Kangpokpi, 51-Saitu (ST), 55- Tipaimukh (ST), 56-Thanlon (ST), 57-Henglep (ST), 58 Churachandpur (ST), 59-Saikot (ST) and 60-Singhat (ST).

Assembly constituencies going to polls in the second phase are 30-Lilong, 31-Thoubal, 32-Wangkhem, 33-Heirok, 34-Wangjing Tentha, 35-Khangabok, 36- Wabagai, 37-Kakching, 38-Hiyanglam, 39-Sugnu, 40-Jiribam, 41-Chandel (ST), 42-Tengnoupal (ST), 43-Phungyar (ST), 44-Ukhrul (ST), 45-Chingai (ST), 47-Karong (ST), 48-Mao (ST), 49-Tadubi (ST), 52-Tamei (ST), 53-Tamenglong (ST) and 54-Nungba (ST).

The CEO stated that silence period has been extended from 48 hours to 72 hours from the close of polling.

Maximum number of star campaigners for recognised parties has been restricted to 30 instead of 40.For unrecognised parties, it has been restricted to 15 instead of 20.ECI has also directed that no physical meeting, roadshow, procession, cycle/bike/vehicle rally will be allowed till January 15.The ECI has also come up with "Broad Guidelines for Conduct of General Election/Bye Election during COVID-19".The number of people to accompany a candidate during filing of nomination paper has been restricted to only two.

The number of vehicles allowed to enter the premises of RO is also restricted to two.

Maximum number of people allowed for door to door campaign is only five including the candidate.

All political parties/candidates shall comply with COVID SOPs while campaigning and during the poll.

CEO, Manipur and district functionaries are committed to comply with the guidelines on COVID issued by ECI and state authorities in letter and spirit.

Necessary arrangements are being made to ensure a COVID safe election.

All polling stations will be sanitised one day before poll.

Adequate facilities for hand wash, proper marking, social distancing norms, thermal scanners shall be ensured.

The services of ASHA workers & volunteers shall be utilised to ensure sanitlsation and queue management.

Voters will be provided with face masks and hand gloves during casting of their votes.

Polling personnel will also be equipped with sanitisers and PPE kits.

Efforts will be made to vaccinate all the polling personnel with two doses along with additional precautionary booster dose.

Adequate efforts will also be made to increase the percentage of electors vaccinated.

Election Commission has made provision for postal ballot in respect of Persons with Disabilities (PwD) whose names are marked in the electoral rolls and who possess disability certificates.

This facility is also extended to senior citizens above the age of 80 and electors who are quarantined due to COVID.

This facility will be made optional to the electors.

PwD electors will also be provided with vehicles, volunteers and wheelchairs wherever required.

The final photo electoral rolls of all the 60 assembly constituencies have been published on January 5 by the Electoral Registration Officers (EROs) concerned.

Accordingly, there are 9,85,119 male, 10,49,639 female and 208 Transgender electors.

The number of PwD electors stands at 14,565, while the number of 80+ electors is 41867.The total number of polling stations is 2959 .

This time, M-3 EVMs manufactured by Electronics Corporation of India Ltd (ECIL) shall be used in all the polling stations.

First level checking of machines has been completed.

There are 4713 ballot units, 4557 control units and 4945 VVPATs available in the state.

Two master trainers per assembly constituency have been trained at CEO's Office and training at district level for polling personnel is going on.

Adequate emphasis is also given on creating awareness on EVMs.

Demonstration centres were set up in all offices of District Election Officers and Returning Officers for familiarisation from December 1 last year till date.

Besides, demonstration vans are moving around the polling stations across the state.

Over 1 lakh mock polled votes were cast at demonstration centres and all polling station locations through mobile demonstration vans.

Six assembly constituencies have been identified as expenditure sensitive constituencies and they are 7-Andro, 22-Wangoi, 23-Mayang Imphal, 28-Thanga 30-Lilong, 58-Churachandpur (ST).

A total of 180 flying squad teams, 180 static surveillance teams, 60 video surveillance teams, 60 video viewing teams and 60 accounting teams have been appointed and trained and these teams have been activated immediately.

A meeting with enforcement agencies Income Tax, Customs, Excise, Narcotics, BSF, CISF, Enforcement Directorate was also held on December 10 last year and deliberated at length on the expenditure aspects.

The ceiling of expenditure by candidate has been enhanced to Rs 28 lakh.

Candidates are required to open separate bank account (at least one day before filing nomination) for the purpose of expenditure related to elections.

Banks have been intimated to facilitate opening of separate bank accounts for candidates and also to report on suspicious cash transactions on daily basis.

Returning Officers and Assistant Returning Officers have undergone training conducted by IIIDEM on various topics including qualification, disqualification, nomination, scrutiny, Model Code of Conduct, expenditure, postal ballots, EVMs, poll day arrangement among others.

All District Election Officers have also been trained.

District Nodal Officers have also been trained for Model Code of Conduct, media, EVMs, expenditure and complaints.

At the same time, 341 sector officers have been appointed and trained.

They have visited the polling stations for identification of vulnerable locations and voter segments.

A total of 1099 polling locations and 763 polling locations have been identified as vulnerable and critical respectively.

Steps also have been taken to identify history sheeters (persons with criminal records), trouble mongers and persons causing vulnerability and are bound down under CrPC.

As a measure to curb pre-poll violence, 11767 licensed arms have been made to be deposited to the nearest police stations out of 25299 till date.

Besides deploying micro observers, majority of these critical & vulnerable polling stations will be brought under webcasting/videography.

Additional CAPF will also be deployed in such polling stations.

About 6588 vehicles of different types shall be required for polling personnel and security personnel on poll duty.

An additional 3000 heavy vehicles will be requisitioned from Assam and Nagaland.

CEO, Manipur appealed to government departments and transport associations to extend necessary support to meet the requirements of vehicles.

Five rounds of meeting have been held with recognised national/state political parties functioning in the state.

The political parties extended full cooperation during the revision period and in the run up to elections by giving valuable feedback and suggestion.

Political parties have also been sensitised on EVMs, Model Code of Conduct, expenditure, c-Vigil, pre-certification of political advertisement, IT Apps.

Political parties have been informed about the requirement of publication of criminal antecedents of candidates in newspapers/TV on three different occasions in addition to publication on their website and to report compliance as per Supreme Court's order.

State Level MCMC, Pre-Certification Committee and District MCMC have been constituted to pre-certify political advertisements and check paid news.

Political parties/candidates have to apply at least 48 hours in advance for publication of political advertisements in electronic media including social media.

All political advertisements to be published in electronic media shall be mandatorily pre-certified by MCMC.

Permission may be obtained online for holding meeting, campaign by candidates/political parties 48 hours in advance.

Complaints may be lodged through c-Vigil where a complainant may upload picture/video and report MCC violation.

Complaint shall be disposed of within 100 minutes.

Adequate Flying Squad Teams have been appointed and trained.

Adequate publicity on c-Vigil is being done through newspaper ads, hoardings, social media.

Any citizen can also dial Toll Free Number 1950 for any election related queries.

Adequate number of general observers, police observers and expenditure observers are proposed to be deployed across the state.

The contact details of observers will be made available once communicated by ECI.

Various voter awareness activities were taken up at booth, assembly constituency, district and state levels involving youth, PwD, transgender icons.

Special campaigns were carried out to ensure no eligible voter is left behind.

Targeted programmes in collaboration with vital stake holders, NGOs & CSOs working in the field of Persons with Disabilities and transgenders have been carried out to ensure enrolment of and marking of eligible PwD & transgender electors in the electoral roll.

Extensive social media campaigns were also carried out for online enrolment NVSP, Voter portal, Voter Helpline, 1950, PwD App.

It is worth mentioning that 29 per cent of forms were received online as compared to a meagre 10 per cent in the last revision.

Besides, there was a quantum jump in the enrolment/marking of PwD electors by 94 per cent from 7520 to 14,565 .

Further, 300 lowest voter turnout polling stations were identified under Mission 300 programme and targeted interventions to increase voter turnout in these polling stations have been carried out.

Electoral literacy clubs at 528 schools and 46 colleges have been established and activated to spread voter education.

Besides, voter awareness forums have been established at directorate level and district level offices.

Series of awareness activities for higher voter turnout and informed and ethical voting are also being carried out.

Additional CEO N Praveen, Joint CEO Ramananda Nongmeikapam, Joint CEO (II) Md S Daulat Khan, state nodal officers and officials concerned were also present at the press conference.


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