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Meeting on electoral rolls at Tirap

A meeting was conduct at Khonsa, the district headquarters town of Tirap district in Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday under the chairmanship of H. Matcha, Additional DC, Tirap in the ADC’s office chamber in connection with the improvement of the electoral rolls. The meeting was attended by K.Tikhak, ERO Hq, K.Goiba ERO, Longding, D.Bhuiya ERO, of Pongchau, Anu Bamin I/C ERO of Dadam and Lazu.

In his address, K. Tikhak EAC- Cum- ERO, Khonsa Hq, informed that the Election Commission is strongly stressing on the 100% error-free electoral rolls, he therefore requested all the EROs to see that the appointed BLOs of their respective jurisdiction performed their assigned duties sincerely as per the guidelines and instruction issued by the Election Commission so that the target of error-free and qualitative electoral roll is achieved. He also asked all the EROs to conduct a meeting of the BLOs in their respective areas immediately to take up the activities as per the calendar of activities provided by the Election Commission.

Matcha said that it is the duties of the EROs concerned to see that the works assigned to the BLOs are done properly and it should be monitored thoroughly. It was also seriously noted that the EROs of Deomali, Kanubari and Wakka did not attend the meeting in spite of the communication received from the District Election Office (DEO) regarding the meeting and such type of attitude is not at all appreciable. The meeting concluded successfully.

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