Whereas reviewing safety preparations forward of the District Improvement Council (DDC) elections between November 28 and December 19, in addition to by-elections for panchayats and City Native Our bodies, Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Tuesday requested the Union Territory Police to make sure most participation of the folks within the upcoming polls.
On the outset of a digital assembly held by Sinha, the inspector common of police, Kashmir, and district superintendents of police of Kashmir division briefed him in regards to the preparatory measures for the following elections.
Stressing to make sure free, truthful, clear and peaceable elections, he emphasised to offer enough safety to the taking part candidates. “Additionally guarantee most participation of the folks within the upcoming polls. Individuals ought to really feel secured to solid their poll on the election day,” Sinha mentioned.
He added that the liaison between the totally different safety companies needs to be cohesive and robust for efficient actions on the bottom.
The district SSPs knowledgeable the lieutenant governor that every one the preparations have been made to make sure the sleek conduct of polling with the deployment of forces and different safety preparations already in place.
The lieutenant governor additionally appreciated the Jammu and Kashmir Police. “The J-Ok Police is likely one of the most interesting skilled forces of the nation, in addition to it has a splendid historical past of valour and sacrifice. I’m assured that the J&Ok Police is able to coping with the rising state of affairs, whereas sustaining an in depth watch on all inimical components to make sure peace within the area,” he maintained.
Jammu and Kashmir Election Commissioner Ok Ok Sharma had final week introduced that the primary District Improvement Council elections within the Union Territory will likely be held in eight phases between November 28 and December 19.
This would be the first electoral train in Jammu and Kashmir because the abrogation of the particular standing of the erstwhile state and its bifurcation into two Union Territories.