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Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Bin Talimi Shikshako ae Date:31-03-2019 Sudhima Talimi Melvin Leva Babatno Circular Date:27-03-2019

Simultaneously, elections will also be held to the assemblies of Arunachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, and Odisha. The results for the Arunachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, and Odisha assembly elections will be out on May 23 along with the Lok Sabha election result.
The health department of Gujarat government has issued a resolution on March 7 that any staff been engaged for election duty will get cashless health cover. The staff, in case of any illness or injury sustained during poll duties, will get all medical facilities for free at government or private hospitals.
The chief electoral officer(CEO) in Gujarat Dr S Murali Krishna said, "The cashless health cover has been provided to staff engaged in poll duties, as per the guidelines by the election commission. This facility will be available to all the government employees from administrative services, police, drivers, cleaners and other."
"Besides this, the service has been extended for the staff like drivers of private vehicles been requested for election duty, videographers and other. All these staffs will get the medical treatment at government hospitals and dispensaries, medical colleges and hospitals running on government grants.
If it is required to get the treatment from a private hospital in emergency cases, the same also will be available to all the staff after permission by concerned district election officer(collector)," the CEO added. The election commission has also facilitated Divyang voters. Special voters photo identity cards, voters slips, guide, and ballot papers printed in Braille script for visually impaired voters.
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