Assembly Election outcomes: All set in Bengal, Assam, TN, Kerala, Puducherry for counting of votes
Counting of votes for installation elections in western Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala and Puducherry is perhaps all set-to happen on May 2 (Sunday). Assembly elections in four says plus one union territory were held from March 27 to April 29. Elections in West Bengal and Assam had been conducted in eight and three levels correspondingly while polls in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry had been held in one single phase on April 6. Therefore, stay tuned with #PollResultsOnIndiaTV from 6 am onwards on 2 (Sunday) to obtain the many precise and quickest outcomes
Beginning 8 am on Sunday, the counting of votes for 822 installation seats spread across all states and Puducherry will need location at 2,364 counting halls following the COVID-19 protocols, the Election Commission (EC) stated on Saturday.
In 2016, the full total few counting halls was 1,002. The over-200-per cent increase is because of the distancing norms being followed closely by the poll panel to control the spread associated with coronavirus.
EC ready for counting of votes
Western Bengal could have the most range 1,113 counting halls, Kerala 633, Assam 331, Tamil Nadu 256 and Puducherry 31, the EC stated.
Another reason the commission has actually attributed to the rise when you look at the quantity of counting halls is the jump within the figure of postal ballots utilized in the five Assembly polls.
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“The payment’s steps to give the postal ballot facilities on electors in the kinds of senior citizens (those above 80 years), individuals with disablities and people suffering from the coronavirus witnessed a rise of 400 per cent inside range postal ballots (from 2.97 lakh in 2016 to 13.16 lakh in 2021) inside four states and a Union Territory,” it stated.
The percentage has designated 822 returning officials and more than 7,000 associate returning officers for the true purpose of counting of ballots within the four says as well as the Union Territory of Puducherry. Nearly 95,000 counting officials, including micro-observers, will do the duty of counting.
No candidates or their agents is supposed to be allowed inside counting halls without a poor coronavirus report, based on the newest result-day instructions issued because of the EC.
Based on the information received from state main electoral officials (CEOs), the contesting prospects have actually given the details of nearly 1.5 lakh counting representatives (including substitutes) when you look at the four states as well as the UT.
Above 90 per cent of those have already encountered RTPCR or RAT tests. The residual are being supplied with the test center by the region election officials on Saturday. Test reports from any authorised laboratory would additionally be acknowledged, the EC stated.
It is in addition becoming followed when it comes to counting of ballots within the bypolls held to Lok Sabha and Assembly seating nationwide.
The news authorised by the payment to cover the counting process is also becoming facilitated with coronavirus examinations. Around 12,000 mediapersons being given the expert to cover the counting.
CEC ratings counting plans
Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sushil Chandra evaluated the counting plans with senior EC officers and also the CEOs for the four states additionally the UT at a digital conference on Saturday.
He directed that laid-down guidelines of this EC must be followed. He additionally directed your counting halls must be completely COVID directions compliant.
The CEC complimented the CEOs for a fruitful completion of polling in the challenging situations of pandemic.
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Published at Sat, 01 May 2021 15:08:20 +0000