J&K govt nominates dist level nodal officers for liaisoning with Delimitation Commission

The nodal officers have been asked to provide timely information to the commission, receive representations from stakeholders and submit them to the commission and "any other work as may be assigned by the commission".
J&K govt nominates dist level nodal officers for liaisoning with Delimitation Commission
Members of the J&K Delimitation Commission at a presser in Jammu after completion of their 4-day visit to J&K on Friday, July 9, 2021.Mir Imran for Greater Kashmir

Srinagar July 10: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Friday nominated nodal officers for liaisoning at the respective district level with the J&K Delimitation Commission, which completed its four day visit to the UT.

As per an order issued by the General Administration Department, Ghulam Hassan Sheikh, ADC Anantnag has been nominated as the nodal officer for Anantnag district.

Likewise, the nodal officers for the respective districts are: Parvaiz Rahim, ACR Bandipora, Rafiq Ahmad Lone, ACR Baramulla, Akramulla Tak, ADC Budgam, Mohd Idrees Lone, Deputy District Election Officer, Doda, Farooq Ahmad Baba, ADC Ganderbal, Satish Kumar, ADC Jammu, Sandeep Seiontra, ACR Kathua, Sham Lal, ADC Kishtwar, Showkat Ahmad Rather, ADC Kulgam, Shabir Ahmad Wani, Assistant Commissioner Panchayat Kupwara, Abdul Sattar, ADC Poonch, Nowshad Ahmad Rather, District Statistical and Evaluation Officer Pulwama, Sachin Dev Singh, ADC Rajouri, Harbans Lal, ADC Ramban, Sanjay Kumar Badyal, ACR Reasi, Rajeev Magotra, Deputy District Election Officer Samba, Rizwan Asgar, Assistant Commissioner Panchayat Shopian, S Sandeep Singh Bali, Assistant Commissioner Nazool Srinagar and Shavi, Deputy District Election Officer Udhampur.

The nodal officers have been asked to provide timely information as may be sought by the Delimitation Commission, receive representations from stakeholders and submit them to the commission and "any other work as may be assigned by the commission".

The J&K Delimitation Commission chaired by retired justice Ranjana Prakash Desai after meeting major political parties barring PDP during its four day visit to the UT, said on Friday that the whole exercise will be transparent.

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