Final randomization of polling personnel for Lok Sabha elections completed in Bengaluru

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Published April 24, 2024 at 2:11pm

    Final randomization of polling personnel done in Malleswaram

    District Election Officer Tushar Giri Nath orchestrated the process

    43,123 polling officers have been strategically deployed

Today, amidst the eager anticipation of the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, the final randomization of polling personnel was successfully executed at the Malleswaram IPP Center. District Election Officer and Chief Commissioner Tushar Giri Nath orchestrated the meticulous process, witnessed by an attentive audience.

The sprawling metropolis of Bengaluru will witness the convergence of three pivotal Lok Sabha constituencies: Bengaluru Central, Bengaluru North, and Bengaluru South, all under the vigilant oversight of the District Returning Officer- Bengaluru. Spanning across 24 assembly constituencies, this administrative jurisdiction extends to Chikkaballapur and Bengaluru Rural Lok Sabha constituencies as well.

Also read: Crackdown in Karnataka: Election Commission unveils massive seizures worth Rs 357 crore

A formidable contingent of 43,123 polling officers/staff has been strategically deployed across the 28 assembly constituencies. Additionally, 385 micro observers have been meticulously assigned to 305 vulnerable and critical polling stations, their placements determined through a rigorous randomization process.

Emphasizing preparedness, polling officers underwent comprehensive training sessions, ensuring their adeptness with the electoral procedures. As the election day looms on April 26, staff members are slated to convene at the mustering centers on April 25, 2024, at 9:30 am. Here, they will meticulously collect the requisite materials before dispersing to their designated polling booths in vehicles arranged by the Returning Officers.

Final randomization of polling personnel for Lok Sabha elections completed in Bengaluru

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    Final randomization of polling personnel done in Malleswaram

    District Election Officer Tushar Giri Nath orchestrated the process

    43,123 polling officers have been strategically deployed

Today, amidst the eager anticipation of the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, the final randomization of polling personnel was successfully executed at the Malleswaram IPP Center. District Election Officer and Chief Commissioner Tushar Giri Nath orchestrated the meticulous process, witnessed by an attentive audience.

The sprawling metropolis of Bengaluru will witness the convergence of three pivotal Lok Sabha constituencies: Bengaluru Central, Bengaluru North, and Bengaluru South, all under the vigilant oversight of the District Returning Officer- Bengaluru. Spanning across 24 assembly constituencies, this administrative jurisdiction extends to Chikkaballapur and Bengaluru Rural Lok Sabha constituencies as well.

Also read: Crackdown in Karnataka: Election Commission unveils massive seizures worth Rs 357 crore

A formidable contingent of 43,123 polling officers/staff has been strategically deployed across the 28 assembly constituencies. Additionally, 385 micro observers have been meticulously assigned to 305 vulnerable and critical polling stations, their placements determined through a rigorous randomization process.

Emphasizing preparedness, polling officers underwent comprehensive training sessions, ensuring their adeptness with the electoral procedures. As the election day looms on April 26, staff members are slated to convene at the mustering centers on April 25, 2024, at 9:30 am. Here, they will meticulously collect the requisite materials before dispersing to their designated polling booths in vehicles arranged by the Returning Officers.

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