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    The Rangareddy district administration is preparing for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections by holding training sessions for officials from various departments. These sessions are aimed at ensuring transparency during the polling process.

    Today, a training session was held for officials from Static Surveillance Teams, Flying Squad, and other vigilance personnel at the conference hall of the integrated district offices Complex at Kongarakalan. Additional Collector Pratima Singh advised the officials to carry out their duties responsibly and impartially to maintain transparency. Surveillance teams were instructed to monitor election expenses and campaign patterns to prevent violations of the model code of conduct.

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    Officials were urged to be vigilant about the distribution of cash, liquor, and other items to influence voters. Immediate action should be taken in case of any violations, including field inspections and appropriate measures against those breaking the election code of conduct. PTG cameras with advanced technology have been installed in vehicles provided to surveillance teams for monitoring their performance through a control room at the Collectorate.

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    In addition to responding promptly to complaints and conducting inspections, political parties were also advised to refrain from inciting voters. The election surveillance teams were reminded to follow the rules set by the Election Commission and maintain coordination with parties and candidates within the EC’s framework. Any complaints of discrimination against officials will not be tolerated, and strict action will be taken against those found negligent in their duties.

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