The Election Commission has reserved in Rahul Dravid as the brand envoy of Karnataka Assembly Elections. The previous India cricketer and the mentor of India U-19 cricket group, known for his feeling of reasonable play and genuine sportsmanship soul, will help bring issues to light about the up and coming surveys in Karnataka and guarantee most ideal turnout on the decision day.
“Rahul Dravid will be the State race symbol,” Chief Electoral Officer Sanjiv Kumar told the media, while additionally saying that the “Karnataka Election Anthem” is being composed by movie and music executive Yograj Bhat. The Anthem will be discharged in seven days.
Discretionary experts in Karnataka have additionally revealed a progression of new activities to guarantee greatest scope in the up and coming decisions including crippled government representatives as surveying staff and all-ladies surveying stations.
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“A portion of the people with handicaps — workers of the legislature, will take an interest in certain chose surveying station as surveying staff out of the blue… We are empowering them. Additionally, 450 all-ladies surveying stations will likewise be set up,” Kumar said.
The EC will likewise be utilizing GPS based vehicle to track flying squads. There will be a GIS-empowered finish database of the surveying station and advanced maps and Digital Atlas of all surveying station zones and get together bodies electorate. Some exceptional surveying stations with an ethnic look in Primitive Tribal Areas will likewise be set up on a pilot premise.
Exchange help and confirmation framework for guaranteeing implicit rules on exchange and posting of officers associated with decisions, SMS based Polling Station Access, App-Based Polling Station Access and route, Queue status office on the survey day for a couple of surveying stations with higher voter populace are among alternate activities are being arranged by the EC.
The Karnataka decisions will be held in a solitary stage survey for the 224-part Assembly on May 12 and the checking of votes will be done on May 15.