Baramulla District Administration Gears Up for LS Polls, Removes Posters : DC


Suhail Khan

Baramulla, Mar 18 : In an effort to ensure a fair and fear-free election in Baramulla district, the district administration has taken swift action by removing 652 posters, banners, and wall hangings. This proactive approach comes in light of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Jammu and Kashmir.

Addressing a press conference at Dak Bunglow Baramulla Deputy Commissioner Minga Sherpa (IAS) as per Kashmir Despatch said that district admin is leaving no stone unturned to make sure that the election process is conducted smoothly.

He said With 905 polling stations across 722 locations in the district, efforts are being made to accommodate the 7.15 lakh eligible voters in the constituency.

DC Baramulla said that the imposition of the Model Code of Conduct by the Election Commission of India has set the tone for a fair election process.

During a press conference, Sherpa highlighted that the district authorities have engaged with all political parties to ensure compliance with the election guidelines.

The removal of posters is just one step in the comprehensive preparations being made for the Lok Sabha polls.

With an increase of 16,000 new voters in the district over the past two years, the administration is committed to upholding the democratic rights of the people of Baramulla.

Baramulla is set to witness a conducive environment for the Lok Sabha elections, ensuring that the voice of the people is heard loud and clear he added.

Suhail Khan
Suhail Khan

Suhail Khan is a filmmaker, content writer, and freelance journalist.


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