Brijesh Kumar Singh, Jammu
Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Tue, 08 Jun 2021 1:17 PM IST
On behalf of the Deputy Election Commissioner Chandra Bhushan included in the commission, all the Deputy Commissioners have been asked to provide information. In this, it has been asked to give information about the geographical location, population, population and percentage of SC-ST, connectivity status, communication facilities. Along with this, it has also been asked that if there is any kind of obstacle, then it should also be mentioned. If there are any political aspirations, that should also be mentioned.
Delimitation Commission meeting (file photo)
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According to sources, all DCs have been asked to submit a report based on these information to the Election Office, Jammu and Kashmir by Monday. From here the information will be sent to the Delimitation Commission. Sources said that the reports of almost all the districts had reached till late in the evening on Monday. These are expected to be sent to the commission by Tuesday. According to sources, the Deputy Election Commissioner has also said that soon there will be a virtual communication regarding the delimitation so that the process can be carried forward. It is to be known that the Central Government has constituted a commission under the chairmanship of Ranjana Prakash Desai for delimitation. Its tenure has been extended for one year in the month of March.
So far, one meeting of the commission has been held
Because of this they cannot be part of the meeting. In May, two months after this development, the NC’s central executive meeting decided that he could not abstain from the meeting of the Delimitation Commission. So they will be part of the meeting. With this decision of NC, it has become clear that the commission will be comfortable in completing its work.