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    Submission of Election Expenditure Report of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party for GELA 2019 Name of the Party: Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: Jammu and Kashmir Date of filing: Tuesday 30 July 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): Nil
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    Submission of Election Expenditure Report for GELA 2019 Name of the Party : All India Forward Bloc Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties : West Bengal Date of filing : Wednesday 24 July 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.) : Nil
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    ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA NirvachanSadan, Ashoka Road, New Delhi-110001 PRESS NOTE No. ECI/PN/74/2019 Dated: 28thJuly, 2019 Accessible Elections; a successful endeavor of Election Commission of India during Lok Sabha Election 2019 The motto of ‘Accessible Elections’ was one among the many initiatives of Election Commission to make the world’s largest democratic exercise inclusive and participative for all. During this election special focus was given to ensure the participation of Persons with Disabilities. A total of 62,63,701 PwDs were registered within an electorate of 910 million. Facilitation for Persons with Disabilities The electors with disabilities and senior citizens were mapped polling station wise to provide them targeted and need based assistance on the day of poll. During the election all the polling stations were equipped with enough supply of wheelchairs and it was ensured that all polling stations had sturdy ramps for the convenience of PwD electors. All the polling stations in Lok Sabha Election 2019 had a sign language expert, signage and transport facility. To facilitate PwDs during the enrollment process door to door registration drives were carried out, a special mobile application was also developed by the Commission for easy registration. On the day of poll, electors with disabilities could also avail the services like pick up and drop, wheelchairs and special volunteers through this app. Special focus was laid on the sensitization of the polling personnel about the unique needs of the differently abled. For smooth and convenient voting experience the elderly and electors with disability were given priority access in the polling station. Further, they were provided with special volunteers who assisted and guided them at the polling station. Braille signage on Electronic Voting Machine and Electors Photo Identity Card All the EVM that were used in the elections were embossed with Braille signage for the visually impaired voters’ assistance. This election was a witness to many firsts in the domain of accessibility of all; it was the first time EPIC with braille was provided to all the visually impaired electors. Other documents like voters’ slip, voter guide had braille signage too. And lastly for the first time in this election, Accessibility Observers were introduced, who ensured all the polling stations are accessible to the PwDs. Assured Minimum Facilities For the convenience and facilitation of voters, polling stations were equipped with clean drinking water adequate furniture for voters in the queue, shed, and toilets for the voters. Facilities like medical aid with basic supplies were also provided on the day of poll. Proper arrangement of crèche with a trained attendant was also available for children accompanying the electors. More details on Assured Minimum Facilities can be found here https://eci.gov.in/files/file/9456-general-election-to-the-lok-sabha-2019-assured-minimum-facility-in-polling-stations-regarding/ Special initiatives by State CEOs Other than nationwide initiatives states also innovated and enhanced the spirit of accessibility. In mountainous and hilly terrains of Uttarakhand, Himachal, J&K initiative of Divyang Sarathi and Divyang Dolis was rolled out to facilitate PwDs and senior citizens. In Delhi the officials innovated and provided Magnifying Sheets at every polling booth for better facilitation of electors with low vision. As an act of gratitude the Delhi CEO office also felicitated the centenarian voters and provided them with special services on the day of poll, celebrating the voters’ contribution in democracy.
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    Submission of Part Election Expenditure Statement for General Election to Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assembly of Sikkim, 2019 Name of the Party: Sikkim Democratic Front Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: Sikkim Date of filing: 22 June 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 11000000
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    Submission of Part Election Expenditure Statement for General Election to Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assembly of Arunachal Pradesh, 2019 Name of the Party: Janata Dal (Secular) Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: NCT of Delhi Date of filing: 24 June 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 45550000
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    Submission of Part Election Expenditure Statement of Aam Aadmi Party for General Election to Lok Sabha, 2019 Name of the Party: Aam Aadmi Party Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: NCT of Delhi Date of filing : Friday 21 June 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 13113420
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    Submission of Part Election Expenditure Statement Name of the Party: Shiromani Akali Dal Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: Punjab Date of filing: 21 June 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 8089394
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    General Election to Lok Sabha and Legislative Assemblies of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha & Sikkim- Submission of Part Election Expenditure Statement Name of the Party: Samajwadi Party Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: NCT of Delhi Date of filing: 19 June 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 55900000
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    Part Expenditure Statement attributed to canidadates by Political parties for the General Election (Lok Sabha) 2019- submission of Part Expenditure Statement Name of the Party: All India Trinamool Congress Date of filing: 18 June 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 101000000
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    Submission of Part Election Expenditure Statement in respect of General Election to Lok Sabha and State Assemblies of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, 2019. Name of the Party: Bahujan Samaj Party Date of filing: 19 June 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): Nil
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    Filing of part election expenditure statement for General Election to Lok Sabha, 2019 Name of the Party: Nationalist Congress Party Date of filing: 20 June 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 117550000
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    Submission of Part Election Expenditure for General Election to Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assembly for the states Andhra Pradesh and Odisha, 2019 Name of the Party : Communist Party of India (Marxist) Date of filing : 25 June 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.) : 64001213
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    No. ECI/PN/53/2019 Dated: 12th May, 2019 Press Note More than 65 Representatives from 20 Election Management Bodies across the World witness 17th Lok Sabha Elections as part of Election Commission's Election Visitors' Programme Heads and Representatives of 20 Election Management Bodies (EMBs) from across the World, namely Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Fiji, Georgia, Kenya, Republic of Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, Romania, Russia, Srilanka, Suriname, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan and Zimbabwe and International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA) have arrived in New Delhi to witness the ongoing General Elections to 17th Lok Sabha. More than 65 such delegates have been invited by Election Commission of India to join the Election Visitors Program. Addressing the participants, the Chief Election Commissioner, Shri Sunil Arora lauded the foresight and vision of forefathers of Indian Constitution in establishing the Election Commission of India a day before the promulgation of the Republic. While quoting from Article 324 of the Constitution of India, Sh Arora reiterated that Election Commission of India is firmly committed to ensure free, fair and robust elections in the country. He added that Election Commission of India had never been deterred by the sceptics & critics and as always, is committed to function as per the principles and ideals enshrined in the Constitution of India by our visionary forefathers. "The objective and intention of the Commission is to always keep learning from the experiences of the past for necessary course corrections for the future" Shri Arora emphasised. Citing vignettes from recent phases of election coverage, Shri Arora said further efforts would be made to make the election process more robust, ethical, inclusive, accessible and participative. CEC announced that Committees will be set up to study best practices from the States, document issues and challenges faced; further improve upon procedural measures to strengthen learnings from these Elections and identify critical gaps if any. Shri Arora also highlighted the recent IT initiatives taken and particularly the effectiveness of c-Vigil Application of the ECI which has truly empowered the citizens in help reporting instances of violations of MCC and play critical role in the entire electoral process. Acknowledging the role of entire team of ECI in meeting the varied challenges in smoothly conducting elections in world’s largest democracy, Sh Arora, as a gesture of esprit de corps introduced the ECI team leaders of different divisions at the headquarters to the Delegates. Election Commissioner Sh Ashok Lavasa recalled that India has come a long way from 1950 when World was skeptical of decolonized India being able to handle democracy. "Its a tribute to forefathers of Indian Constitution that Universal Right to Vote was granted from day one" he pointed out. "We take comfort from the fact that from the first election of 1952 when mere 170 million electorates, spread across 2 lakh polling stations, the participative exercise of Indian Elections has now grown to more than 910 million voters for whom ECI machinery organizes more than 10 lakh polling stations". Sh Lavasa noted that adoption and adaptation of technology embraced by ECI has helped manage this large scale electoral process, making it one of the largest management exercise in the World. Shri Sushil Chandra in his address to the participants of the Election Visitors' Programme highlighted the comprehensive preparations set in place by ECI for the conduct of elections to the 17th Lok Sabha across 543 Parliamentary Constituencies of the country along with General Elections to the State Legislatures of Andhra Pradesh, Arunanchal Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim, in a free, fair and peaceful manner. "Abuse of money power in Elections is widely recognized as the greatest challenge faced both by the established and emerging democracies across the world", he pointed out. ECI accordingly has made elaborate arrangements for effective implementation of Election Expenditure Monitoring mechanism. Deployment of General, Police and Expenditure Observers as also Micro observers, to keep a watchful eye on the mammoth electoral process ensures the sanctity and purity of electoral process, he informed the Delegates. Senior officials of the Election Commission made comprehensive presentations to apprise the foreign delegates on the role and responsibilities of the Election Commission of India and various challenges in planning and organizing elections in the world’s largest democracy. Presentations regarding political party registrations; Election Commission’s advance training & research wing- India International Institute of Democracy & Election Management (IIIDEM); preparation of Electoral Rolls and IT initiatives; Electoral Voting Machines and VVPATs; briefing on Media and Social Media Interaction; Election laws and related matters were made. Second issue of ECI's quarterly magazine "My Vote Matters" was also released on this occasion by the Commission. The Magazine presents a comprehensive glimpse of preparatory initiatives in different States for the ongoing elections. First issue of this magazine was presented by Chief Election Commissioner Sh Sunil Arora to the Hon'ble President of India Sh Ram Nath Kovind on the National Voters' Day 25th January 2019. Welcoming the Delegates, Shri Umesh Sinha, Sr. Deputy Election Commissioner underscored that these visits provide a good opportunity for sharing of experiences and an exchange of best practices among the Election Management Bodies. He also gave an overview of the election planning, security management and the initiatives taken by the Commission under its flagship programme SVEEP for voter education and awareness. He said that today all EMBs across the World need to learn from the experiences of each other to meet new challenges. The conduct of elections in India is an exercise gigantic in scale and complexity. On May 11, 2019 the eve of elections to the sixth phase, the delegates visited South Delhi, East Delhi, Chandnichowk, West Delhi and Gurgaon Parliamentary constituencies to get a glimpse of the poll preparedness activities, dispatch of polling parties and the massive logistic arrangements put in place to ensure a free, fair and festive elections. They interacted with the district level poll machinery headed by the DEO/RO .Thereafter the delegation visited India international Institute of Democracy and Election Management (IIIDEM), the new training and research campus of ECI located at Dwarka which has the capacity to train close to 900 personnel at one go. This state of the art campus will host several international and domestic training programs of ECI. The delegates were very keen to understand the entire panorama of election events in India. On May 12, 2019 they witnessed conduct of mock poll early in the morning at various polling stations at Dwarka. They interacted with the polling officials and understood the procedures and processes that make our elections so credible and transparent. The delegates visited various polling stations in North West Delhi, East Delhi, Chandni Chowk. South Delhi and Gurgaon through the day to see the polling-in –action and the festive air that surrounds polling. They visited some polling stations which are managed entirely by women polling staff as also some model polling stations with the best of facilities for the voters. The delegates also interacted with the Chief electoral officer of Delhi to get the perspective on elections from the state level. They also visited the Election Museum at CEO office Delhi .The close of polling and the protocols that accompany the sealing of the machines was another aspect that the delegates will be exposed to during the day. The Delegates also included a team of 6 Members and 9 Sr. Election officers from Election Commission of Myanmar visiting India as part of training program being conducted by the India International Institute of Democracy and Election Management (IIIDEM) under the sponsorship of the Ministry of External Affairs.
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    The document contains Reconciled Consolidated Voter Turnout data of Lok Sabha 2019 (Provisional phase wise polling day voter turnout data has been replaced and data reconciled with official documents as per prescribed procedure is posted)
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    No. ECI/PN/60/2019 Dated: 25th May, 2019 PRESS NOTE Subject: Election Commission of India submits list of newly elected members to the 17th Lok Sabha to the Hon'ble President of India Chief Election Commissioner, Shri Sunil Arora along with Election Commissioners Shri Ashok Lavasa and Shri Sushil Chandra, called on the Hon’ble President of India at 1230 hrs today (May 25, 2019). A copy of the Notification issued by the Election Commission of India in terms of Section 73 of the Representation of People’s Act, 1951, containing the names of Members elected to the House of the People – following General Elections to the 17th Lok Sabha – was submitted by them to the Hon’ble President. Afterwards, the Chief Election Commissioner, both the Election Commissioners and senior officers of the Election Commission of India went Rajghat to seek blessings of the Father of the Nation after the conclusion of the elections.
  16. From the album: Chief Election Commissioner, Shri Sunil Arora along with Election Commissioners Shri Ashok Lavasa and Shri Sushil Chandra, called on the Hon’ble President of India

    Chief Election Commissioner, both the Election Commissioners and senior officers of the Election Commission of India went Rajghat to seek blessings of the Father of the Nation after the conclusion of the elections.
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    GENERAL ELECTION TO THE 17th LOK SABHA, 2019 - LIST OF MEMBERS ELECTED
  18. Expenditure Division

    Seizure report as on 24.05.2019

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    Seizure report as on 24.05.2019
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    Seizure report as on 23.05.2019

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    Seizure report as on 23.05.2019
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    Memorandum submitted by 22 Political Parties regarding process to be followed for counting of VVPAT Slips in General Elections-2019 reg.
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    No. ECI/PN/57/2019 Dated: 21st May, 2019 Press Note Control room at ECI A 24 hour EVM Control Room has been made functional at Nirvachan Sadan to monitor complaints relating to polled EVMs. The complaints related to storage issues at strongrooms, security of strongrooms, permissions to candidates to post their agents at strongrooms, cctv monitoring, movement of any EVMs, and any complaints during counting related to EVMs can be informed at control room number is 011-23052123 (with 5 hunting lines)
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    No. ECI/PN/58/2019 Dated: 22nd May, 2019 Press Note General Election to the House of the People – 2019 Real-Time Dissemination of Counting Day Trends and Results The Counting of Votes for General Election to the House of the People – 2019 shall be held on 23rd May, 2019. In this regard, the Commission has come up with a new IT based initiative, which will enable the system in providing real-time trends and results of the vote counting across the States/UTs. The counting trends and results will be available on the ECI Website at the URL https://results.eci.gov.in as well as on the Voter Helpline App, both iOS and Android Mobile Apps. The dissemination will start functioning from 8.00 a.m. on the Counting Day and would be continuously updated. The Voter Helpline App can be downloaded from the Google Play Store or Apple Play Store. For the first time, the citizens can use a smart phone to know the results. They can use the available filter to find out the winning/leading or trailing candidate details, along with the Constituency-wise or State-wise results from the Voter Helpline App. The citizens can bookmark their favourite candidate and watch the real-time results, as per their convenience on the Voter Helpline App or make a wish list to track the real-time status. The local display of the trends and results by the CEOs/ROs/DEOs will also be done through the Digital Display Panels provided by Election Commission of India.
  23. Expenditure Division

    Seizure report as on 22.05.2019

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    Seizure report as on 22.05.2019
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    No. 464/INST/EPS-2019 Dated: 21st May, 2019 To The Chief Electoral Officer of, All the States/Union Territories. Subject: Carrying of Mobile Phone by Returning Officers/ Assistant Returning Officers inside the Counting Hall – reg. Reference: 1. The ECI’s instruction No.470/INST/2014-EPS, dated 8th May, 2014. 2. The ECI’s instruction No.470/INST/2014-EPS, dated 15th May, 2014. Sir/Madam, I am directed to invite your attention to the Commission’s instructions referred above and to state that in view of inception of Electronically Transmitted Postal Ballot Paper System (RTPBS) wherein One-Time Password (OTP) is received on mobile phones, the Commission has directed that on the day of counting, (i) Only that mobile phone of the RO/ARO/Counting supervisor/s, linked to ETPBS, to be used to receive ‘OTP’ to log into ETPBS to start counting thereof have to be brought inside the counting hall; (ii) The mobile handsets will be switched on only to receive ‘OTP’ and be switched off once the system is logged on to ETPBS; (iii) Inside the counting hall, such mobile handsets are to be kept in the custody of ARO/RO/Observer, whosoever is the senior most officer in the Counting Hall for ETPBS counting, in switched off mode till the counting is over. (iv) In case login is closed for some reasons, Counting Supervisor can get the mobile from the officer to whom the mobile set was submitted to receive OTP once again for enabling him to re-login, and after re-login, he should return the mobile to same officer in switched off mode. (v) A declaration be got signed by all users separately about Dos and Don’ts for mobile usage. (vi) Specific permission be sought from concerned CEO for number of users in each case with the requisite mobile phone numbers being used. Mobile phones are to be allowed inside the Counting hall for all such users.

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