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Do not disturb pupils during campainging, parties told

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SIVASAGAR, Dec 2 - In pursuance of a complaint received from Amguri area of Sivasagar district on November 30 last, Bharat Bhushan Dev Choudhury, the election observer of Sivasagar district has appealed to the political parties to take note that the studies of students are not disturbed during campaigning at night.

The observer while expressing concern over the studies of students in the district, made an ardent appeal to all the political parties and candidates of the ensuing Panchayat election to take utmost care so that studies of the students are not disturbed by campaigning.

Choudhury appealed to all the political parties and candidates to be extra cautious so that study hours of the students in the district, especially during evening hours, are not hampered.

The election observer also said that the political parties and the candidates should take note of this while using public address system and other electronic devices.

He also appealed to all the political parties and candidates to wind up their campaigning within the stipulated time.

The election observer further said that by adopting certain measures, the political parties and the candidates will not only express their concern and responsibility towards the society, but also facilitate and play a constructive role in building a stronger democracy.

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Do not disturb pupils during campainging, parties told

SIVASAGAR, Dec 2 - In pursuance of a complaint received from Amguri area of Sivasagar district on November 30 last, Bharat Bhushan Dev Choudhury, the election observer of Sivasagar district has appealed to the political parties to take note that the studies of students are not disturbed during campaigning at night.

The observer while expressing concern over the studies of students in the district, made an ardent appeal to all the political parties and candidates of the ensuing Panchayat election to take utmost care so that studies of the students are not disturbed by campaigning.

Choudhury appealed to all the political parties and candidates to be extra cautious so that study hours of the students in the district, especially during evening hours, are not hampered.

The election observer also said that the political parties and the candidates should take note of this while using public address system and other electronic devices.

He also appealed to all the political parties and candidates to wind up their campaigning within the stipulated time.

The election observer further said that by adopting certain measures, the political parties and the candidates will not only express their concern and responsibility towards the society, but also facilitate and play a constructive role in building a stronger democracy.

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