RO Srinagar Constituency Reviews Counting Arrangements


SRINAGAR: Returning Officer (RO), Srinagar Parliamentary Constituency, Dr. Farooq Ahmed Lone today reviewed the arrangements made for counting of votes on April 15, 2017 at SKICC, in a meeting held here today.

The ADDC, Srinagar, AROs of the Assembly segments of Srinagar parliamentary constituency, Election Nodal Officers, besides officers from JKP.

The meeting discussed various issues including entry passes for the officers, parking of vehicles, security related issues, uninterrupted power supply and other requisite facilities at the venue.

The RO directed all the AROs of the Parliamentary Constituency to keep two computer operators each at their disposal and strictly adhere to the guidelines issued by the Election Commission of India with regards to counting process.

The requisite training was also imparted to the AROs and other concerned officials by National Informatics Center.

Later, the RO visited SKICC to take the first hand appraisal of the arrangements put in place for the counting.

Training imparted to counting staff

 In connection with the counting of votes for Srinagar Parliamentary Constituency, the counting staff was imparted necessary training at Government College of Education here today.

The trainees were trained through multimedia presentations and were extensively trained in various aspects of counting process as per the guidelines of ECI.

The training was conducted under the supervision of District Election Officer (Returning Officer), Dr. Farooq Ahmed Lone. Counting supervisors, counting assistants, Nodal officers, master trainer and other concerned were present during the training.

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