Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Punjab VK Singh today said that arrangements have been made ahead of the counting of the state assembly elections going to be held on March 11.
Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Punjab VK Singh today said that arrangements have been made ahead of the counting of the state assembly elections going to be held on March 11. The counting would begin at 8 am in the morning for which a total of 54 counting centres have been established for all the 117 assembly constituencies. Singh also said that more than 14,000 officials have been appointed in all the counting centres across the states. He further mentioned that all the prominent places, malls including the District Election Offices of the state will be able to witness the live proceedings of the counting through the displays.
To ensure complete flawless counting proceedings, VK Singh said that the security arrangements have been made strong enough where the entry of any unauthorised person near the counting centres will be forbidden. Except the Election Observers no other person will be allowed to carry cellphones into the counting centre. The website of the Election Commission will also be updated with the election results according to the CEO.
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