Pune District Administration Takes Action on 1,329 Violations Reported Through C-Vigil App During Lok Sabha Elections

Pune District Administration Takes Action on 1,329 Violations Reported Through C-Vigil App During Lok Sabha Elections

Pune District Administration Takes Action on 1,329 Violations Reported Through C-Vigil App During Lok Sabha Elections

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Pune, 11: During the Lok Sabha general elections, the district administration has received facts about 1,329 violations out of the 1,505 complaints received through the “C-Vigil” app from March 15 to date. In light of this information, action will be taken on the 176 violations that have not been detected, as notified by the district election administration.

The “C-Vigil” app, operated by the Election Commission, has garnered a significant response from citizens for reporting violations of the Model Code of Conduct during the Lok Sabha general elections and demanding action against them. To monitor the complaints received through this platform, the district administration has set up a C-Vigil cell at the district level.

Through the C-Vigil app, citizens can upload information, photographs, and videos to report violations of the Model Code of Conduct. The app also allows citizens to track the status of their complaints without revealing their identity. As a result, a total of 1,505 complaints have been received from March 15 to date. Of these, action has been taken on 1,329 complaints, while decisions on the remaining 176 complaints have been taken at the level of the decision-making officers and assistant decision-making officers.

The primary objective of the Election Commission of India is to ensure compliance with the Model Code of Conduct and to create a peaceful and conducive environment for elections. Complaints of improper conduct that violate the Model Code of Conduct can be directly reported online through this app. It is expected that action will be taken within 100 minutes of receiving such complaints.

Complaints received and action taken through the C-Vigil app include: Ambegaon Vidhan Sabha – 23 (16), Baramati – 54 (30), Bhor – 3 (2), Bhosari – 4 (3), Chinchwad – 33 (22), Daund – 28 (19), Hadapsar – 47 (40), Indapur – 47 (40), Junnar – 37 (35), Kasba Peth – 247 (223), Khadakwasla – 78 (71), Khed Alandi – 3 (1), Kothrud – 43 (32), Maval – 45 (30), Parvati – 258 (257), Pimpri – 11 (9), Pune Cantonment – 109 (91), Purandar – 11 (8), Shirur – 32 (15), Shivajinagar – 71 (70), and Vadgaon Sheri Vidhan Sabha constituency – 321 (315). A total of 1,505 complaints were received, and action was taken on 1,329 complaints.

In the fourth phase, voting is taking place in Maval, Pune, and Shirur Lok Sabha constituencies on Monday, May 13th. If there are any violations of the Model Code of Conduct in the district, citizens are urged to take photos or videos and immediately upload them to the C-Vigil app or lodge complaints with the district control room or call toll-free at 18002330102 and 1950, as announced by the district election office.