West Bengal Assembly election: EC official to visit state, take stock of law and order situation on Thursday
During his visit, Deputy Election Commissioner Sudeep Jain is scheduled to hold meetings with district magistrates, police superintendents and other senior officials
Kolkata: Deputy Election Commissioner Sudeep Jain, who is in charge of West Bengal, will visit the state on Thursday to oversee the preparedness for the upcoming Assembly elections, officials said.
During his visit, Jain is scheduled to hold meetings with district magistrates, police superintendents and other senior officials of the state, they said.
"Mr Jain is scheduled to arrive on Thursday to have a look at the overall preparedness for the Assembly elections. He will also take stock of the law and order situation in the state. The district administrations have been asked to prepare
presentations on their preparations for the elections," an official of the office of the chief electoral officer (CEO)
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