Intervention Of God: Intervention of God: Mizoram church body on EC decision |

Intervention Of God: Intervention of God: Mizoram church body on EC decision |

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Guwahati: The Election Commission on Friday deferred the date for counting of votes within the Christian-majority Mizoram by a day to December 4 (Monday) following mounting stress from political events, the church and civil societies to not rely on a Sunday, which is a day of veneration.
Counting within the different 4 states—Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Telangana will happen as scheduled on December 3.“The Commission has received several representations from various quarters requesting for change in date of counting from 3rd December 2023 (Sunday) to some other weekday, on the ground that 3rd December, 2023 being Sunday a special significance for the people of Mizoram,” the fee mentioned in an announcement,
The fee’s order got here hours after the Mizoram NGO Coordination Committee (NGOCC) organized a public gathering at Aizawl and handed a two-point decision, one condemning the date of counting votes for Mizoram on Sunday, a day of veneration for the Mizo Christian individuals and secondly urged the ECI to reschedule date of counting on a weekday.
Civil societies described the ECI decision as a divine intervention.
“We are extremely happy….We regard it as the intervention of God due to our sincere prayers to him that our prayers and wishes have been accepted through the ECI,” mentioned Rev. Chawnghmingthanga, chairman of the Mizoram Kohhran Hruaitute Committee (MKHC), conglomerate of leaders of main church denominations in Mizoram.
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Counting of votes for Mizoram polls deferred to December 4: Election Commission
The Election Commission has postponed the counting of votes for the Mizoram meeting polls by a day to December 4. The counting will start at 8am on Monday in all 13 counting centres and 40 counting halls throughout the state. Over 4,000 counting personnel will probably be concerned, with 399 EVM tables and 56 postal poll tables. The decision to alter the counting date got here after protests by the Mizoram NGO Coordination Committee, who argued that counting on a Sunday, a sacred day for Christians, was not applicable.
Mizoram set for counting of votes on Sunday regardless of oppn
Dress rehearsals for vote counting by means of ENCORE portal concluded in Mizoram. The election equipment is totally ready for the train on December 3. Rehearsals have been performed in all 11 district headquarters. Two or three-tier coaching periods for counting officers are being held. More than 4,000 counting officers and safety personnel will probably be concerned within the counting of votes polled on November 7. Counting will start at 8am on Sunday in 13 counting facilities with 399 counting tables for EVMs and 56 tables for postal ballots.
Training of officers for counting of votes in Mizoram
Mizoram Election division trains officers for counting votes in state meeting election; full costume rehearsal held through Encore portal; 13 counting centres throughout the state; 399 EVM tables and 56 postal poll tables; 4,000+ personnel concerned; sturdy safety preparations made.

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