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HAFLONG, March 25 - Sundarlal Seal, IAS, General Observer for Dima Hasao district, for the ensuing Lok Sabha Election for 3-Autonomous District Parliamentary Constituency assessed the preparedness of various cells engaged during the election on Monday.

On his first visit, the General Observer visited 12 polling stations. He also visited two training venues at Cultural Institute hall and District Library Auditorium where the second phase of training for the presiding officers and polling officers was being held.

The General Observer then had a meeting with the Deputy Commissioner Amitabh Rajkhowa and Superintendent of Police Sreejith T in presence of the Election Officer Hemango Nobis and incharge of the strong room Sonali Hojai to discuss and access the overall preparedness of the district for the Lok Sabha elections for which the polling is scheduled on April 18 next.

He visited election branch and various cells such as control room, model code of conduct cell, election expenditure monitoring cell, media certification and monitoring certificate cell, media cell.

The General observer asked the Expenditure Committee to keenly observe the election related expenditure made by the political parties and candidates in order to ensure free and fair elections besides implementation of Model Code of Conduct in letter and spirit.

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General observer assesses poll preparedness

HAFLONG, March 25 - Sundarlal Seal, IAS, General Observer for Dima Hasao district, for the ensuing Lok Sabha Election for 3-Autonomous District Parliamentary Constituency assessed the preparedness of various cells engaged during the election on Monday.

On his first visit, the General Observer visited 12 polling stations. He also visited two training venues at Cultural Institute hall and District Library Auditorium where the second phase of training for the presiding officers and polling officers was being held.

The General Observer then had a meeting with the Deputy Commissioner Amitabh Rajkhowa and Superintendent of Police Sreejith T in presence of the Election Officer Hemango Nobis and incharge of the strong room Sonali Hojai to discuss and access the overall preparedness of the district for the Lok Sabha elections for which the polling is scheduled on April 18 next.

He visited election branch and various cells such as control room, model code of conduct cell, election expenditure monitoring cell, media certification and monitoring certificate cell, media cell.

The General observer asked the Expenditure Committee to keenly observe the election related expenditure made by the political parties and candidates in order to ensure free and fair elections besides implementation of Model Code of Conduct in letter and spirit.