Housing societies welcome Polling booths


By Accommodation Times (www.accommodationtimes.com)

There are so far 25 housing societies have applied for polling booths in their vicinity

Pune: The commissioner of state election Neela Satyanarayan has allowed setting up polling booths in private properties comprising co-operative housing societies has taken a robust move in the right direction.
The State Election Commission (SEC) has taken this decision as schools and colleges are engaged due to exams are going, so because of this only SEC has taken this alternate step for the ease of civic polls in Maharashtra which will be held in the second half of February. This decision is welcome as it stands to serve a larger purpose.
On the other hand another reason would be that, the polling response from the cooperative housing societies are very poor, SEC senior official said. Another big reason is the big dilemma over voter list, so it would certainly help us, they added. This method will also benefit to save the timing.
In the aftermath of this decision, there are so far 25 housing societies have applied for polling booths in their vicinity





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