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Intensive Special Electoral Revision from March 1

Published: 14th February 2016 05:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th February 2016 05:29 AM   |  A+A-

VIJAYAWADA: Intensive special electoral revision under Nazari Raksha programme will begin on March 1 in three assembly constituencies in the limits of the Vijayawada Municipal Corporation (VMC).

District collector Babu A, participating in a video conference with chief electoral officer Bhanwarlal at Hyderabad, said that the staff would cross check voters’ lists of January 1, 2016 by making a house to house visit in the three constituencies of Vijayawada West, Central and East.

The staff who would take up the house-to-house visit will be sent to Hyderabad for a two-day training from Feb 16. Meanwhile, the staff would sit with the VMC officials and list out the door numbers in a proper order.

Booth level officers (BLOs) will be given training to use of tabs as they would require the tabs during the house to house visit from March 1 to 30.

The collector said that as part of Nazari Raksha programme, mapping of polling stations would be done from Feb 15 to 22.

From Feb 22 to 29, using GIS application, polling stations boundaries would be identified. Draft rolls would be published on April 11 and claims and objections would be received till April 26. Final publication would be made on May 16, the collector said.

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