Hyderabad: GHMC Commissioner Dana Kishore said that last final neck of the elections and critical phase is on hands and one has to work with moral responsibility and as per the instructions received from Chief Election Commissioner yesterday after the meeting that seven notes have to be properly taken i.e., Free, Fair, Peaceful, inclusive, ethical, accessible and participation elections.
If all these taken proper care all teams deploy must work hard with lot of patience and impartial and the main aim is to conduct peaceful elections, campaign is a very important one which has to be taken in a serious manner duly following the prescribed rules of the ECI especially with Model Code of Conduct.
The DEO, Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar, 8 General Observers including all the senior officials held a review meeting with the flying squads, static surveillance and other teams deployed for model code of conduct and the duties to be performed by them during the last phase of elections today at GHMC Head Office.
Dana Kishore said in the last elections after nominations and withdrawals only Rs. 20 lakhs cash has been seized whereas this year Rs. 20 crores has been seized this is a very huge amount, so far the work done is one part the coming days work is very important to take up as per the guidelines of the ECI.
All the flying squads, surveillance and other teams deployed must work in three shifts and every complaints etc., has to be attended by looking the footage whether it is true or false and must be disposed off immediately.
The DEO said that every road show has to be recorded for clear transparency and one Magistrate has is also provided for proper coordination to sort out the problems at once. Municipal, Revenue, Police, Excise officials have been deployed for better coordination.
The Commissioner of Police said that last almost 12 to 14 days are left for polling. This is the period of climax one must work with more effectively. All the arrangements from the Police side have been done in a systematic manner and the same tempo will continue in the last phase also.
The CP said that all the hard work done by all are giving good results the next two weeks is still crucial, where everyone need to work very hard and see that our target is achieved that is peaceful and fair poll that is the main objective.
Whereas the transparency is most important whatever we are doing must be very clear and impartial. Every complaint has to be taken very seriously even small complaint has to be taken properly duly inspecting the footage and sorting out on priority.
Anjani Kumar said that 130 patrol vehicles are there with branded police stickers the patrol vehicles is like a movable police station all the powers, facilities of the police station is all available in the patrol vehicle. Where the petty cases etc., can be booked and taken proper care for immediate disposal of the cases. Dial 100 have special features where 500 calls are being received everyday and all calls are attended within 10 minutes.
The patrol vehicle will reach the place where the call has come these are the facilities provided for the deployed teams so as to make the best of its use and see the things to be attended on priority and to be sorted out immediately said the CP.
The CP said that around 2,48,000 CC TV Cameras are there in the city area around 2800 wireless sets in addition 800 sets have also been provided and the Police Department is fully equipped for the conduct of megha Yagnam
Election General Observers Sanjay, Ranjan, Dr. Hari Om, Menon, Satish, Income Tax Nodal Officer and other observers have also interacted with the officials and given some of the suggestions like prompt is the key if any violation observed bring it to the notice of the RO / Concerned Observer for immediate necessary action.
Secondly the exit of polling station must be properly taken care for easy going in and out for the convenience of the voters. and also to check and recheck the CC TV Cameras about their working conditions, Treat every contesting candidate equally whether they may be from recognized political party and they may not also.
Anthony Vijaya Kum, Police Observer has explained in detail about the works to be taken care by the teams and explain the IPC sections for clear transparency while disposing the issues on priority.
Chavan, Addl. Commissioner of Police, Law & Order also interacted with the officials and instructed to be very kind and work peacefully without any type of tensions and further directed to kindly share the problematic issues with the higher ups for solving them on priority.
Earlier the DEO and CP Hyderabad visited Amberpet and Yakutpura Assembly Constituencies interacted with the flying squad, surveillance team and had detailed discussions with the ROs and other officials with regard to arrangements which are being made for ensuing elections. (INN)