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District administration sets the elections process rolling

Special Correspondent

Election officials hold meeting to discuss details


COIMBATORE: The district administration has set the Assembly election-related process rolling, with the release on Friday of a list of returning officers and also officials who will enforce the model code of conduct.

More than 20.92 lakh people will vote on April 13. Of these, 10.54 lakh are men and 10.38 lakh women.

District Collector and District Election Office P. Umanath held a meeting of election officials in the district, discussing all the measures needed for the smooth conduct of the elections.

Nominations

Submission of nominations begins on March 19 and closes on March 26. The scrutiny of nominations will be done on March 28.

The last date for the withdrawal of nominations is March 30. Addition of names to the electoral rolls, deletion of names and corrections are being carried out till March 16.

A 30-member committee of officials headed by Tahsildar Rajeshwari has been constituted for 24-hour monitoring of the publication/ broadcast of campaign material by parties in newspapers, FM radio, television and weekly magazines.

The phone number of the Media Certification Control Room at the Collectorate is 0422-2306363.

Another committee would monitor the election expenditure from its control room (Phone number: 0422-2306969).

A 16-member panel headed by Project Officer Lakshmipathy would oversee the co-ordinated functioning of all the departments.

The phone number of the panel's control room is 0422-2304949/ 2305151.

The e-mail ID is mcc2011cbe@gmail.com

Members of the public or political parties can lodge complaints over these in case of detection of any poll rule violation.

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