Three-member Committee to help EC decide on Assembly polls in J&K
After the declaration of holding Lok Sabha decisions in Jammu and Kashmir, the Election Commission has chosen to send a 3-part group to Jammu and Kashmir to hold gathering elections. On Tuesday, three individuals from the extraordinary group achieved the Election Commission’s central station and talked about the procedure ahead.
The Special Central Observer, Dr. Nur Mohammad, Vinod Zutshi and AS Gill, who went to the primary decision Election Commission, met the Chief Commissioner Sunil Arora, Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa and Sushil Chandra in this 3-part group.
The Central Observer will take a contribution from every single related quarter for ordinary checking of the circumstance of Jammu and Kashmir. During the gathering, unique eyewitnesses were informed that they can visit the state as quickly as time permits.
State Deputy Commissioner in control Sandeep Saxena educated him regarding arrangements for the decisions in Jammu and Kashmir and gave other data about the state. The Commission talked about their jobs and duties with them.
Three focal spectators will visit the state, amid which they will meet the general population, including ideological groups, area, and state authorities, and attempt to know the circumstance in the ground.
Mr. AS Gill has worked in the field of security the board in troublesome areas. He has been in the situation of Director General of CRPF’s IG and CRPF in Jammu and Kashmir between 1995-97.
In the meantime, previous Secretary Dr. Noor Mohammad has filled in as Election Advisor for Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Election Officer, ECI in the field of the race the executives, the Deputy Election Commissioner, International Expert, and for a long time in Afghanistan.
Shri Vinod Zutshi is additionally a previous Secretary in the Central Government, who has over time of involvement in races for over five years as Deputy Election Commissioner at the state level at the CEO, Rajasthan, and ECI level.
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