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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. The goal is to ensure transparency during the polling process. A recent training session took place at the integrated district offices complex in Kongarakalan for officials from surveillance teams and vigilance personnel.

    During the training session, Additional Collector Pratima Singh emphasized the importance of performing duties responsibly and impartially. Surveillance teams were instructed to monitor election expenses and campaign patterns to prevent violations of the Model Code of Conduct (MCC). PTG cameras with advanced technology have been installed in vehicles provided to surveillance teams for monitoring purposes.

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    Officials were also reminded to promptly address complaints and conduct inspections to prevent voter incitement by political party candidates. Compliance with Election Commission rules, coordination with parties, and avoiding discrimination were highlighted as key responsibilities for the teams. Negligence in duty would result in strict action being taken against individuals found guilty.

    The focus of the training was on preventing the distribution of cash, liquor, and other items to influence voters. Immediate action is required if any violations of the MCC are observed during field inspections. Additionally, officials were warned about potential false distress calls that may be used to divert attention from illegal activities during the election process.

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