Dimapur, February 14: The second round of Randomization of EVMs/VVPATs for the forthcoming General Election to the Nagaland Legislative Assembly was conducted on February 14 at NIC Conference Hall Mon.
Deputy Commissioner & District Election Officer Mon. Ajit Kumar Verma said that to ensure a free and fair election process in the District, the Randomization of EVMs/VVPATs was done through Software in the presence of various political Parties/ Candidates representatives from the Mon District. After randomization in the Software, EVMs/VVPATs were allocated Polling-wise to different constituencies.
The 2nd Randomization of EVMs/VVPATs was held at Deputy Commissioner Office Shamator on February 14 for 58 AC Shamator-Chessore in presence of the General Observer, and Expenditure Observer. DC & DEO Shamator, RO, AEO, and political party representatives. After the Randomization, the list of the randomized machines polling station-wise was handed over to political party representatives.
The second round of Randomization and Commissioning of EVMs & VVPATs to be used for the ensuing General Election to the 14th Nagaland Legislative Assembly for 6-Tening A/C was conducted on 14th February 2023 at Old Deputy Commissioner’s Office, Peren Town.
The entire process was done in the presence of ROs, Election Officials, and representatives from different political parties.
The second round of Randomization and Commissioning for 7-Peren A/C will be held on February 15.
District Election Office, Phek conducted the second Randomization of EVMs/VVPAT at the office chamber of Assistant Election Officer, Phek, on 14th February 2023.
The randomization exercises for all the five Assembly Constituencies in Phek district were done in front of all representatives from all political parties from the respective Assembly Constituencies and ROs of five Assembly Constituencies. Assistant Programmer, Shiluti Tsuhah was the technical expert of the randomization.
DC & DEO, Phek, Kumar Ramnikant IAS and Genaral Observers stationed in Phek district attended the said randomization exercises. (Page News Service)