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New Delhi, March 4 : Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora on Thursday emphasised on greater coordination amid all enforcement agencies functioning on the ground ahead of elections in four states and one Union Territory from March-end and in April.
He also said that that the special observers will have additional role in supervising deployment of forces and their randomisation for poll duties.
Arora’s direction comes during a briefing meeting with special observers associated for the forthcoming general election to the legislative Assemblies of Assam, Kerala, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal from March 27 to April 29. The votes will be counted on May 2. The briefing was held at Nirvachan Sadan.
Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra drew their attention to Commission’s recent order with respect to webcasting of all vulnerable booths and emphasised on making our elections totally inducement-free.
Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar said that the Commission is very happy to have associated with all upright and efficient senior officers in order to conduct elections in a free, fair, transparent and safe manner.
The Special Observers, who worked during the previous elections, apprised the Commission of issues and challenges, based on their past experiences.


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