SRINAGAR Poll authorities have put in place elaborate arrangements across the district to prevent bogus voting in polling for Lok Sabha elections to Srinagar Parliamentary constituency on Thursday, an official spokesman said on Wednesday.
The multilayered arrangements include flying squads, micro-observers and videographers besides zonal and sector magistrates put in place across the district to ensure no attempts at bogus voting are allowed to occur.
District Election Officer Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary said ensuring complete fairness in polling forms a major focus of arrangements put in place for elections adding that dedicated squads have been put in place in all constituencies across the district.
Instances or complaints of bogus voting can be reported to squad heads for 18-Hazratbal segment at 9419010054, 19-Zadibal segment at 9419019289, 20-Eidgah segment at 9622449422, 21-Khanyar segment at 9797212195, 22-Habba Kadal segment at 9419016652, 23-Amira Kadal segment at 9419434432, 24-Sonwar segment at 9419068011 and 25-Batamaloo segment at 7006974031.
Complaints thereof can also be reported to Zonal Magistrates for Zakura at 9419009340, Rainawari at 9070974669, Baspora at 9419008823 and Nigeen at 9419633666; Nowhatta at 9796999398, Zadibal at 9419159339 and Lal Bazar at 9419044770; Nawakadal at 9419045450 and Safakadal at 7006443327; MR Gunj at 9622876267 and Khanyar at 7006094410; Kralkhud at 9906816800 and Fateh Kadal at 9419751664; Kothi Bagh at 7006217048, Barzulla at 9419087712 and Rajbagh at 9419033244; Sonwar at 9596046111, Pantha Chowk at 9419032508 and Harwan at 9419004325; Karan Nagar at 9419089442, Tengpora at 9419181030, Bemina at 9419002450 and Parimpora at 9906704683.
Dr Shahid has urged the general public to report complaints of bogus voting to designated squad heads assuring of immediate and strictest action.
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