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DEO I/W launches colour-coded t-shirts for assembly constituencies in district

The launch was part of a joint interaction between the DEO, Observers, ROs with candidates and their election agents of Imphal West district to discuss various agenda related to the 12th State Assembly Election. 

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Imphal: District Election Officer/DC, Imphal West Th. Kirankumar, launched colour-coded t-shirts for the 13 Assembly Constituencies of Imphal West in the presence of General Observers, Expenditure Observer, Returning Officers, at the Gandhi Memorial Hall, Monday.

The launch was part of a joint interaction between the DEO, Observers, ROs with candidates and their election agents of Imphal West district to discuss various agenda related to the 12th State Assembly Election. 

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Additional DM, Ng Jogendra said the colour coded T-shirts launched today will be used during the implementation of the Silent Dispersal System which will be used for the first time during transportation of polling personnel on the polling day. T-shirts and vehicles with specific colour codes for each Assembly Constituency will be utilized for better communication and coordination during the dispersal of polling personnel, he said adding that this year no loudspeakers or public announcement systems will be utilized during the dispersal of polling personnel.

DEO Th. Kirankumar explained the issue of Postal Ballots and said that there are three types of postal ballots. The first type includes the PWDs and senior citizens (80+) for whom polling teams will visit their homes on February 21 and 22 in the first round for issuance and receive of postal ballots and for the second round on February 25.

He said that the second type of postal ballots include the Postal Ballot (Electronically Transmitted) for Service Voters who are posted outside. The third type of Postal ballot is for those working in essential services and utilized in the election process.  

General Observer 1, 9-Thangmeiband AC, 10-Uripok AC and 19-Patsoi AC, Jang Bahadur Yadav, General Observer-2, 11-Sagolband AC, 12-Keishamthong AC and 13-Singjamei AC Lalzimavia Ghhangte, General Observer-3, 16-Sekmai AC, 17-Lamsang AC, 18-Konthoujam AC, General Observer-4, 20-Langthabal AC, 21-Naoriya Pakhanglakpa, 22-Wangoi AC and 23-Mayang Imphal, Ritendra Narayan Basu Roy Choudhury and Police Observer Kumar Gautam, attended the meeting.  

During the meeting, Election Agents of several candidates raised their concerns and doubts which were cleared by the DEO and concerned ROs.

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