Indore: Polling personnel can cast votes till July 17

No drop-box facility will be available for this at the returning officer’s office.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Monday, July 04, 2022, 12:04 AM IST
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Indore (Madhya Pradesh): The Election Commission has said that, due to the conduct of election-related training on July 2 and July 3, the polling personnel attending the training will be asked to vote through ballot papers in their respective wards. The facility of voting was provided through ballot paper by applying with their duty order in Form 19 till 6 pm on July 3 in the office of the assistant returning officer.

In order to give the right to vote through election duty ballot papers to the polling personnel involved in the urban body elections, 2022, from June 28 to July 1, Yashwant Hall and the library at Holkar Science College were fixed as facilitation centres.

The officers and employees will be able to cast their votes only through the post. The ballot envelopes can be received through post till 8.00 am on the date of counting of votes on July 17. No drop-box facility will be available for this at the returning officer’s office.

This facility is also available for officers and employees who have, for some reason, not been able to use election duty ballot paper in the time period from June 28 to July 1. The nodal officer of the election duty ballot paper has written to all the office heads of the district urging them to inform their subordinate officers and employees in this regard.

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