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Authorities start drive to remove poll related posters in Noida, Gr Noida

Authorities start drive to remove poll related posters in Noida, Gr Noida
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GB Nagar: Soon after the election commission of India announced election schedule for 17th Lok sabha elections, the Gautam Buddh Nagar District administration, on Sunday, ordered all the concerned authorities to immediately remove all the hoardings, banners and other campaign materials within next 24 hours from their respective work circles.

As per a senior official of Gautam Buddh Nagar District administration, the directions have been issued to all the three authorities across the district-Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna authority and all the police stations.

"The directions have been issued soon after the model code of conduct came into effect following the announcement of polls on Sunday. We have asked the officials to ensure compliance with the orders and remove all the election campaign related materials within next 24 hours. Also the official are directed to share a videography and photography, while removing the banners or hoardings, with the administration," the official said.

Following the directions, a massive drive of defacing the political posters/banners/hoardings was carried out across the district by respective authority and police station. In Noida, the drive was carried out in all the 10 work circles falling under the Noida authority from Sunday evening.

"The authority is undertaking a massive drive to remove all the election campaign related material such as banners, hoardings, pamphlets and others from all the work circle areas. In order to intensify the drive and abide by the guidelines issued by District administration, over 200 employees with the authority have been appointed to perform the task and ensure that all such materials are removed within next 24 hours. We will also issue numbers of the officials with related work circles so that complaints can be made directly to them if any poster or hoarding is left unremoved," said Rajiv Tyagi, General Manager, Noida Authority.

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