The District Election Office, Imphal West today organized an interaction programme on SAMADHAN and SUVIDHA software at Kombirei Hall , DC Office, Lamphel with Village Level Entrepreneurs(VLE) of Common Service Centres(CSC)in connection with the ensuing 11th State Legislative Assembly to be held in March.

SAMADHAN nodal officer Ph. Bhabananda briefed the participants of the session on the important tips of using SAMADHAN software through a presentation. He stated that electors should make proper use of this online public grievance redressal system for Assembly Election .
Bhabananda explained thoroughly all the basic steps of using the SAMADHAN software stating that during election campaign, the Election Commission is usually flooded with complaints of voters or political parties.

“The SAMADHAN software will redress grievances of people. The complaints sent through fax, helpline or in person will be uploaded on the SAMADHAN website. The Election Commission officials can monitor the progress of disposal of complaints. The complainant could also see the status of the complaint after feeding the complaint ID sent on his/her mobile.” he added.

SUVIDHA nodal officer M Kubiheiba Meitei also continued the session with another presentation on using SUVIDHA software. “SUVIDHA software will help political parties in getting permission for rallies, public meetings and vehicles without hassle. Leaders of political parties usually complain that they have to run from pillar to post to seek permission from district administration officials for public meetings”, he said.
About 40 trainees participated in the interaction programme.

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