Shri B Lakshmikantham JC NO Adilabad

Report
A Strong way to Strengthen the Democracy
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Remote District
Tribal dominated
High percentage of forest growth i.e.44%
Inaccessible areas
Low voter enrollment
Lack of awareness
Low literacy percentage
High Poverty
Inaccessible polling stations
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Core Committees
Identification of gaps i.e. gender, age, urban –
rural, non included groups.
KABBP of Voters (Knowledge, Attitude, Behavior,
Belief and Practices of Voters)
Building up of Partnerships
Multiple Voter facilitation centers
Monitoring and Review
Evaluation and documentation
Innovations and Initiatives
Propagation of National and State Icons
Conduct of Festival of Democracy
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Area : 16105 Sq.Km
Population (2011 Census) : 27.41 Lakhs
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Electors
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Gender Ratio increased from 971 to 997
◦ Before Summary Revision :- 16.71 Lakhs
◦ EP Ratio :- 609 : 1000
◦ After Summary Revision and continuous updation :19.59 Lakhs
◦ EP Ratio :- 714 : 1000
◦ Projected Population (2014) :- 28.23 Lakhs
◦ Present EP Ratio :- 693 : 1000
◦ Total 14.7% of increase of Voters.
……………These sizable and tangible results are due to
SVEEP Activities in the district.
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Formation of Core Committees
Situation Analysis
◦ Polling Station with low voter
turnout
◦ Polling Station with High
number of vulnerable sections
National Voters Day
Opening of VRECs
Elimination of Urban Apathy
18+ Age Group Enrollment
EP Ratio
Gender Ratio
IEC Activities
IMF Activities
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Interpersonal Communication
Collaborations
Help Desks
Competitions in Schools and
Colleges
Human Chains and Kalajathas
Ethical Voting
Booth Level Volunteers
Call Center and Control Room
Icon Messages
Electoral Offences
Awareness Camps
Awareness to Owners of the
factories
Establishment of Model Polling
Stations at Mandal Headquarters
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District Level, Constituency Level, Mandal Level Core
Committees have been constituted with the involvement of
officials, NGOs, Press, Literacy Agencies, NYKs,Federations of
Self Help Groups, Coordinators of NSS, NCC, Scouts and
guides, All India Radio
Conducting
Meeting
fortnightly
and
review
the
implementation of SVEEP Activities.
Allotment of Core Committee members to different villages
for creating awareness
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After analysis of Previous Elections Vulnerability areas in the
District were identified
Special Campaigns were organized at 10% low Polling booth
areas to discuss with public.
Explained the value of Vote and motivate them to cast their
vote at the time of elections.
Example :-
Name of the Constituency
Sirpur - AC
Name of the vg/
Mandal
Name of the
PS/ PS.No.
Voting turnout
of Assembly
Elections
2009
Voting turnout of
Assembly
Elections
2014
% increase
Kagaznagar
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59.14
81.30
22.16%
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All BLO Offices, Grampanchayat Offices, Tehsildar, MPDO, Municipal
Offices & RDO Offices are Designated as VRECs.
Boards/ Flexis have been erected near BLO Offices, Tehsildar Offices,
RDO Offices.
Keeping Forms 6,7,8,8A at VRECs.
BLVs will go to Houses and Motivate the un – enrolled voters for
enrollment.
The net % of increase of voters is 14.70%
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Conducting meetings with Resident Welfare
Associations, Urban Self Help Groups and
Motivate them for enrollment.
Conducting Meetings in all the Urban bodies
in order to promote more urban voter
enrollment.
For Example Mancherial is a Urban Oriented
Constituency where in the voters have been
increased from 193976 to 238423, a net
increase of 44447 is noticed.
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Selected 3 students from each college as
Campus Ambassadors.
Selected 1 Lecturer from each college as
Campus Nodal Officer.
Awareness Meetings conducted and
Motivated the College Students.
18-19 Years age group enrollment is
increased from 3.51% to 4.59%
◦ Before Summary Revision :- 16.71 Lakhs
◦ EP Ratio :- 609 : 1000
◦ After Summary Revision and continuous updation :- 19.59
Lakhs
◦ EP Ratio :- 714 : 1000
◦ Projected Population (2014) :- 28.23 Lakhs
◦ Present EP Ratio :- 693 : 1000
◦ Total 14.7% of increase of Voters.
o Part wise Sex ratio report was analyzed for each Assembly
constituency.
oTo brought about improvement in sex ratio compaigns were
organized in colleges to encourage Female Voters for enrolment.
Gender Ratio has been increased from 971 to 997
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Published posters & Displayed Flexies
Slides in Cinema Theaters
Scrolling During prime time in Local TV Channels like ACT, ACN, etc.. Scrolls.
News items & Advertisement in Daily News Papers.
Facilitated Helpline and Send bulk SMS to all Network Mobiles.
No.of Posters Printed : 50000
Pamphlets Printed : 9 Lakhs
Flexies Printed : 856
Sankalpa patras : 1 Lakh
Icon Messages : 12000
Kalajathas : 2 teams for each mandal
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Arranged Democracy Tableau buses to cover all constituencies in
Adilabad District.
Keeping Forms 6,7,8,8A with Tableau.
Facilitated online Registration at Tableau buses
Tehsildars arranged publicity Vehicles at Constituency Level.
Democracy Buses : 10 Vehicles
City Cable Scrolls : 10 Constituencies
Common Service Centers : 34
All India Radio Interviews : 1
Special Camps during Sandy days in tribal areas : 32
State Icons : Saina Nehwal, VVS Laxman
Door Stickers : 2 Lakhs
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Letters Drafted by DEO & EROs to all College Principals for conducting pledge
and Motivation Classes.
Students enthusiastically Participated in Pledge and Motivation Classes and
expressed their views...
No.of Pledge letters printed : 9 Lakhs
No.of Pamphlets : 9 Lakhs
Sankalpa Patras : 1 Lakh
Total no.of Educational Institutions participated : 120
Conducted pledge with 8 Lakh Card holders while distributing Essential
Commodities at Each FP Shop.
Conducted Pledge with 10th Class/ intermediate Students total (100000)
students participated.
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Media Partners (Enadu & Hindu)
NYK
NCC, NSS
NLMA, NGOs
Adult Education Coordinators
Banks (250 Branches)
Private Media (Namaste Telangana & Enadu)
Industries and Factories
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Arranged Helpdesks at Shopping Malls & Cinema Theatres to cover majority
of public
Keeping Forms 6,7,8,8A with Help Desks
Facilitated Online Registration at Help Desks.
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Letters Drafted by DEO & EROs to All College Principals for conducting Essay
Writing and Elocution at College and School Level.
Conducted both Essay Writing and Elocution with the Topics Democracy and
the value of Vote.
Prizes distributed to the Winners.
Number of Educational institutions participated in the events : 120
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Human chains formed at main roads in the Constituency
Headquarters.
Students/ NSS & NCC Volunteers/ Public involved in this Program.
Motivated the Un-Enrolled Voters
Played Skits & Kalajathas on the roads about the value of Vote.
Rallies Conducted : 64
Runs Conducted : 52
Human chains : 52
Kalajatha Teams : (2) each mandal per a day 104 kalajata folk arts
were exhibited.
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Tablueas indicating Ethical Voting
Flexies indicating sec.171(b) of IPC, Sec. 123 of R.P Act.
Constitution of Village Level Awareness Groups/ Ward Level
Awareness Groups
Conducting Rallies through VAG/WAG
Total VAG/WAG members 6786
Kalajathas concentrating on Ethical Voting.
Posters indicating Electoral Offences under different Sections of R.P
Act and IPC.
Seizure of Cash : 1.8 Crores
Seizure of Liquor : 60000 Ltrs.
Large no.of Paid news cases
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Launched “know your BLO program”.
Appointed NSS/NCC Cadets as Booth Level
Volunteers
Booth Level Volunteers conducted campaign
at Door to Door level to motivate Un-enrolled
Voters.
Booth Level Volunteers (NCC/NSS) extended
their services at BLO Offices on special
campaign days.
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The Complaint Monitoring Control Room & Call Centre has been
established at Collectorate under the direct supervision of Joint
Collector (Nodal Officer)
Three BSNL landline telephone connections with IVRS System with a
Tollfree number 1800-425-1939 has been installed in the call
center.
No.of Complaints received : 513
No.of Complaints dispossed off : 513
No.of Complaints found true : 398
A Help line number 1950 is provided for know your PS.
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National Icons/ State Icon posters have been prepared and pasted at
prominent places.
12000 State Icon message Posters have been printed at each polling
station in all the constituencies.
State Icon : VVS Laxman, Saina Nehwal
National Icons : Abdul Kalam, MS Dhoni.
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Electoral Offences Posters have been printed
and pasted in all the gram panchayats.
Different sections like
◦ Sec. 8, 10, 11, 123,125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 131,
132, 133, 134, 134A, 134B, 135, 135A, 135B,
135C, 136 of R.P. Act,
◦ Sec. 3(i)(vii) of SC/ST (POA) Act.,
◦ Sec. 171 b, 171c, 171d 171e, 171f, 171g, 171h,
Sec. 153a, 153b, 188, 332, 333, 353, of IPC and
Sec. 7A, 8B of AP Prohibition Act and scale of
punishment also have been incorporated in the
posters.
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Conducted Rallies, Human chains
Conducted Vehicle Rallies
NVD Tableaus
NVD T-shirts and Caps
Conducted Mandal Level/ Constituency Level, District Level
Competitions
Conducted Pledge with all the Participants on the Nation
Voters Day
Installed NVD Balloons
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All the Awareness Camps have
been conducted between 5th
April, 2014 to 30th April 2014.
Electronic Voting Machines
How to Vote
Caller tunes
Helpline numbers
Postal Ballots
EPICs
NOTA ( None of the Above)
Date & Time of Poll
Establishment of Model Polling
Stations indicating the duties of
polling Officers
Voter Identification Documents
Photo Voter Slips
Basic Minimum Facilities
Ethical Voting
MCMC
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Unusual forms of voting like Challenged
Vote, Tendered Vote, Blind and infirm
voting, SPG Protective Voting, Cancel for
violation of Voting Procedure and etc.
Awareness to owners of the Factories :Every Private/ Non Government Societies
shall grant a paid holiday to every
employee of their society on the Date of
Poll if not the owner of that Factory shall
be punishable under the section 135-B
of Representation of People Act, 1951
and impose penalty Rs. 500/-.
Two News Paper Advertisements have
been given in all the news papers on the
day of poll and day before the poll day.
Door to Door information to the voters
on Polling Day
Meetings/ Work shops with the political
Parties/ Candidates.
Display of Voters list physically on the
walls of the Polling Stations.
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Model Polling stations have been prepared in all the
Mandal Headquarters.
The following facilities have been provided in all the Model
Polling stations
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Enough Space for Voters for wait outside the PS
Separate waiting queues for Men and Women
Separate Entry and Exit for voters
Easy flow of voters from time they enter in to the PS and for the
time the leave PS.
Webcasting facility
Water
Electricity
Ramps
Internet
Cradle
Seating arrangement of the Polling Officers.
Shadow
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