BY TC News Desk
Agartala: January 06. A 16 members of team of Election Commission of India (ECI) is arriving in the state on January 10 for a two day visit.Speaking with media, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Kiran Gitte said on January 10 some officials of ECI will be arriving in Tripura and on 11th of January the election commissioner is expected to arrive.
“A team of election commission of India is arriving in Tripura on January 10 but the team of Election Commissioners are arriving on January 11 at 2 PM flight along with them senior deputy commissioner of EC. Officials related to media, EVM machines, polling stations are coming. A team of 16 members are arriving. They will stay here till 12th January and will leave for Shillong, Nagaland and on 15th they will probably leave for Delhi”, said Gitte.
He said that there will be two programs including one where the officials of election commission of India will hold meeting with all the political parties on 11th January at state guest house and on 12th January they will hold a press conference at Ujjayanta Palace.
He further informed that on 28 December, 50 companies of CAPF arrived in Tripura and on January 08 more 50 companies of CAPF arriving. On Bru voters, the CEO Gitte said that the government has given a list of 6, 302 families of Bru and among them 5, 505 families were resettled in 12 locations.“Among them who were resettled 13, 500 voters were enrolled. However around 800 families are still living in camps and didn’t give any consent for the resettlement. If they give consent we have instructed the SDMs to provide them RoR, Adhaar and to enrol their name in voter id card”, said Gitte.