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    District Election Officer Requests Armed Security for Upcoming Legislative Council Graduate By-Election

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    Preparations for the upcoming by-election of the Warangal-Khammam-Nalgonda Legislative Council graduates are in full swing. District Election Officer and Collector Dr. Priyanka Ala stressed the importance of making armed arrangements for the election during a meeting at the IDOC office meeting hall on Saturday.

    The Collector reviewed the appointments and arrangements of polling staff, including AROs, Nodal Officers, and Tahsildars. The by-election is scheduled for the 27th of this month, with counting to follow on the 5th of June. A total of 55 polling centers will be set up in the district, requiring 76 PVOs, 76 APOs, and 160 OPOs for staffing arrangements. Training sessions for polling staff are also being conducted.

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    The MLC elections are overseen by the Central Election Commission to ensure a flawless process at every stage. There are 40,106 graduate voters registered in the district, with surveillance being conducted by 5 Flying Squads and 5 MCC Teams. Sector officers are appointed, and RDOs and Tahsildars will inspect each polling station.

    Voter slip distribution is considered crucial for informing voters of their assigned polling stations. The collector outlined SR and BGNR degree colleges as distribution centers for voter slips, with transport planning and routes being established to these centers.

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    After the meeting, a review was held with RDOs and Tahsildars regarding pending works of Dharani, Meeseva, Prajavani, and the Amma Adarsh School Committee. Officials were directed to address and complete all pending applications within the next 15 days. Repair works by the Amma Adarsh School Committee are also to be completed before the end of summer vacation.

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    The meeting was attended by Additional Collector Venugopal, Special Deputy Collector Kasiah, RDOs Madhu and Damodar Rao, Election Superintendent Dara Prasad, Election Deputy Tahsildar Rangaprasad, as well as Nodal Officers, Tahsildars, and MPDO officials.

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