Notification issued for the sixth phase of voting of Lok Sabha elections 2024

Ranchi: Notification has been issued for the sixth phase of voting for the Lok Sabha elections 2024. Regarding this, Ranchi District Election Officer-cum-Deputy Commissioner Rahul Kumar Sinha held a press conference on Monday and gave detailed information about the election program of Ranchi parliamentary constituency.

DC said that nomination papers can be filed as soon as the notification for the sixth phase is issued. Candidates will be able to file nominations till 06 May. The nomination papers will be scrutinized the next day on 7th May, after 2 days i.e. till 9th May, candidates will be able to withdraw their nominations.

Along with this, the final list of the candidates contesting the election will be released, voting will be held on 25th May and counting of votes will take place in the Pandara Bazaar Committee premises on 4th June. DC said that candidates can collect nomination papers from room number 312 of Collectorate Block-A. Nomination forms can be obtained from 10:00 am to 05:00 pm.

Room number 202 located in Collectorate Block A has been made the room of the returning officer. Where nomination papers can be presented before the Returning Officer at the notified venue from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. 

DC said that till April 26, the total voters in Ranchi are 24 lakh 88 thousand 715, out of which 12 lakh 55 thousand 479 are male voters, while 12 lakh 33 thousand 168 are female voters. The number of third gender voters is 68.

DC Rahul Kumar Sinha once again appealed to the people of Ranchi to vote. He said that all necessary preparations have been made by the election machinery for voting in the festival of democracy. To strengthen democracy and build the country, it is necessary to go to your booth and cast your vote on 25th May 2024.

He also appealed to media persons to make people aware about voting. After the model code of conduct came into effect in Ranchi parliamentary constituency, a total of banned items and cash worth Rs 1754.54 lakh have been seized till April 29, 2024.

From March 16, 2024 to April 29, 2024, 06 cases of violation of model code of conduct, 44 cases related to district Badar and 02 cases related to restraining order were registered. DC informed that weapons have been confiscated from 2161 licensees in the district, 12 licenses have been cancelled, and 278 licensees have been exempted from depositing weapons, while four have been impounded.

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