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    State CS Santhi Kumari provides Election Commission of India with updates on poll preparations and law enforcement in Hyderabad

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    Telangana State Chief Secretary, Santhi Kumari, informed the Election Commission of India (ECI) about the state’s preparations for the upcoming elections and the law and order situation. She attended a video conference with Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar and other officials.
    Santhi Kumari mentioned that they have had several meetings with the neighboring states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Chattisgarh, and Maharashtra. They discussed surveillance, monitoring, and enforcement to ensure a smooth election process. They have also set up 166 border check posts in the state and 154 border check posts in the neighboring states.
    A control room has been established in the DGP office for coordination with the neighboring states. Additionally, a dry day has been declared from November 28 to 30, which is the day of polling.
    DGP Anjani Kumar reported that the law and order situation in the state is peaceful and there has been a decrease in normal crime activities. Around 182 individuals have been taken into preventive custody so far. The Chief Election Commissioner expressed satisfaction with the arrangements made in the poll-bound states and instructed the Chief Secretaries to seal the borders before the polling date to prevent cross-border movement.
    Several senior officials, including Special Chief Secretary Commercial Taxes and Excise Sunil Sharma, CEO Telangana Vikas Raj, and Principal Secretary to Home Jitender, attended the video conference.

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