JAMMU: Deputy Election Commissioner, Election Commission of India, Mr. Vinod Zutshi today inaugurated a web site www.jammuelectionservices.in for election related services for candidates and other persons of Jammu District in presence of Chief Electoral Officer, Mr. Umang Narula.
This is a unique website which offers one stop solution for all election related services to various stake holders especially to the candidates, political parties, printers & publishers and also general public for disposal of election applications and complaints. Any candidate can apply online or submit complaint online on 24x7 basis and the disposal shall also be done online itself. The services which are included in this website include permission for rallies and procession, permission for campaign of vehicles, information submission by printer under section 134 A of RPC, application for pre-certification of electronic media content, complaint of MCC/expenditure violations.
Prescribed forms have also been made available online which can be downloaded and after its due completion it can be uploaded to the election service website with necessary documents which would be forwarded by the District Election Officer to the concerned officer for disposal under rule. Even reports of various departments including police & traffic police shall also be obtained online itself and there will be no requirement of manual transfer of papers and forwarding of the files. All transactions in this application are on real time basis and immediately can be received by the officer to whom it has been forwarded. It will not only save the time of the candidate and other applicants but also remove hassle in disposal of their cases. It is helpful and time saving for the office and staff of DEO & Returning Officer and other authorities i.e police and traffic whose reports can be obtained online. Login ID of all Returning Officers and their staff , police officers till SHOs has been provided for online disposal of the cases.
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