Ujjain: CEO VL Kanta Rao inspects EVMs

FPJ BureauUpdated:Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 02:42 AM IST
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Ujjain: Chief election officer VL Kanta Rao went to government engineering college and inspected first level checking process (FLC) with heads of political parties and administrative officials on Thursday. He inspected clearing of old data and other exercises performed on EVMs. He also held conversation with political leaders and EVM engineers. He inspected VVPT ware house which is under construction. Divisional commissioner Ajeet Kumar, IG Rakesh Gupta, collector Shashank Mishra and other senior officials were present during Rao’s visit.

Congress gives suggestions to CEO
District Congress spokesperson Vivek Gupta was present for the FLC with other administrative officials. He watched all demo exercises. He told Rao to remove the officials having direct involvement and holding the offices for over three years at the same place. The officials assured Gupta of conducting free and fair general election.

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