Election Commission transferred senior officers in 5 electoral states, these reasons

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The Central Election Commission has transferred several large officers to 5 electoral states regarding laxity in work and ordered them to hand over their charges immediately to the juniors.

New Delhi: The Election Commission on Wednesday ordered the transfer of several large police and administrative officers to 5 electoral states over work slop. The officers who have been transferred include 25 Police Commissioners and SPs, 9 DMs and four Secretaries and Special Secretaries. According to the information given by the sources, During a review, the Election Commission found that some officials had a performance ‘ unsatisfactory ’ and their stance on various matters such as illegal supply of alcohol to lure in voting was serious was not.

Order to hand over your charge immediately to officers

Election Commission: The officers who have transferred have asked them to immediately hand over their charge to the concerned junior officers. The Commission has also ordered the concerned state governments to send a list of officers by Thursday evening who can be appointed in place of the transferred officers. Let us know that assembly elections are to be held in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram between 7 and 30 November and the counting of votes will be on 3 December. Explain that the Chief Electoral Commissioner (CEC) Rajiv Kumar said on Monday that full efforts have been made to ensure their fairness while calling for election dates.

Change in election dates in Rajasthan

The Election Commission announced on Monday the dates of the assembly elections in 5 states, seen as ‘ semifinal ’ before the Lok Sabha election next year. A phase for assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana and Mizoram will be voted on 17 November, 25 November, 30 November and 7 November respectively, While votes will be cast in 2 phases in Chhattisgarh on 7 and 17 November, the votes will be counted on 3 December. Elections were to be held in Rajasthan on 23 November but a mass wedding on that day. Keeping in view the social programs, a change in the voting date was decided and it was reduced to 25 November.

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