J&K administration nominates nodal officers for assistance of Delimitation Commission | India News

SRINAGAR: The government of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday nominated knot officials to the district demarcation commission to provide timely information and input from stakeholders.
By order of the General Administration Department, an official was nominated in each of the 20 districts of the union territory to work with the commission, which ended its four-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir on Friday, during which it interacted with political parties and district governments.
The order states that the node officers are responsible for assisting the deputy commissioners in providing timely information that may be requested by the commission.
The node officers receive statements from stakeholders for submission to the commission and are also responsible for any other work that may be assigned by the commission, in that order.
On Friday, the demarcation commission headed by Justice (r.) Ranjana Prakash Desai concluded the four-day visit to JK in order to collect “first-hand” information about the conduct of the exercise, to redraw constituencies and to work out new ones in the UT .
With the exception of the Peoples Democratic Party and the Awami National Conference, the commission interacted with all concerned political parties and officials during the visit.
Justiz retired Desai has assured that the exercise is transparent and will be completed according to a proper procedure laid down in law.

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