Counting of ballots for four says, Puducherry on 2
Counting of votes for system elections in western Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala and Puducherry is all set-to happen on 2 (Sunday). Assembly elections in four says and something union area had been held from March 27 to April 29. Elections in western Bengal and Assam were performed in eight and three levels respectively while polls in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry were held in one single stage on April 6. So, keep tuned in with #PollResultsOnIndiaTV from 6 am onwards may 2 (Sunday) to obtain the most accurate and quickest outcomes
Beginning 8 am on Sunday, the counting of ballots for 822 Assembly chairs spread across all four says and Puducherry will require place at 2,364 counting halls following the COVID-19 protocols, the Election Commission (EC) said on Saturday.
In 2016, the sum total amount of counting halls had been 1,002. The over-200-per cent increase is due to the distancing norms being followed closely by the poll panel to control the scatter of the coronavirus.
EC all set for counting of votes
Western Bengal could have the utmost wide range of 1,113 counting halls, Kerala 633, Assam 331, Tamil Nadu 256 and Puducherry 31, the EC stated.
Another reason the fee has caused by the rise in the range counting halls could be the jump when you look at the figure of postal ballots found in the five Assembly polls.
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“The commission’s actions to increase the postal ballot services into electors in the categories of seniors (those above 80 many years), people with disablities and people affected by the coronavirus observed an increase of 400 per cent in the range postal ballots (from 2.97 lakh in 2016 to 13.16 lakh in 2021) when you look at the four says and a Union Territory,” it stated.
The percentage features designated 822 coming back officers and much more than 7,000 associate coming back officers for the true purpose of counting of votes within the four says plus the Union Territory of Puducherry. Almost 95,000 counting officials, including micro-observers, will perform the task of counting.
No candidates or their representatives is going to be allowed in the counting halls without a negative coronavirus report, in accordance with the latest result-day instructions granted because of the EC.
In line with the information gotten through the condition main electoral officers (CEOs), the contesting candidates have actually given the details of nearly 1.5 lakh counting representatives (including substitutes) into the four says while the UT.
Over 90 per cent of them have previously withstood RTPCR or RAT examinations. The rest of the are now being given the test facility because of the area election officers on Saturday. Test reports from any authorised laboratory would also be acknowledged, the EC said.
This will be in addition becoming used the counting of votes within the bypolls presented to Lok Sabha and Assembly chairs around the world.
The news authorised by the payment to pay for the counting procedure can be being facilitated with coronavirus examinations. Around 12,000 mediapersons have now been because of the expert to pay for the counting.
CEC reviews counting arrangements
Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sushil Chandra evaluated the counting plans with senior EC officials while the CEOs for the four says and also the UT at a digital meeting on Saturday.
He directed that every laid-down guidelines of the EC must be adhered to. He also directed the counting halls must certanly be fully COVID directions compliant.
The CEC complimented the CEOs for a successful conclusion of polling into the difficult circumstances associated with pandemic.
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Published at Sat, 01 might 2021 15:08:20 +0000