List of Valid Contesting Candidates for Punjab State Veterinary Council Election-2019

               It is for information that Election to elect 04 members for the Punjab State Veterinary Council under the Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984 will take place on 07th January, 2020 from 09.00 am to 05.00 pm at Five (5) different Polling Station in the State of Punjab. These Polling Stations are being identified and will be informed in due course of time through The Tribune (English) and Dairy Ajit (Punjabi) newspapers.  The said information will also be available on Website of the Council i.e. very soon and on the website of the Department of Animal Husbandry, Punjab.  You are an elector for the said election.
The list of contesting candidates is sent through attachment file for your information. Some of the important instructions regarding casting of Votes, as notified, are as follows:-

Polling at a Polling Station:

1)         The electors shall present themselves in person to cast their votes at the Polling Station.

2)         On the production of Identity Card issued to him/her by his/her controlling officer or by the concerned Deputy Director, Animal Husbandry I/c of the district where the office of elector is located or he/she resides or by the Registrar, Punjab State Veterinary Council, the elector shall receive Form No.VI to be marked by him/her there and then on the day and place of polling to cast his/her vote.

3)         Each elector has the right to vote upto 4 (four) candidates in order of preference and the vote shall be non-transferable.

4)         The Assistant Returning Officer and Returning Officer shall permit candidates and their duly authorised agents to be personally present at the time of polling and counting of votes respectively, if they so desire.

5.         Other Instructions:-

1)   The elector shall vote by placing the Mark “X” opposite the name(s) of the candidate(s) who he prefers.

2)   The voting paper shall be invalid if, -

(a)  It does not bear the Returning Officer’s  or the Assistant Returning Officer’s initials or facsimile signatures;  (The Returning Officer shall sign the Voting Paper or Ballot Papers to be sent by post and the Assistant Returning Officer concerned would sign the ballot papers for his polling station) or

(b) the voter signs his/her name or writes a word or makes any mark on it by which it becomes recognizable as his/her voting paper ;

(c) no vote is recorded thereon; or

(d) the mark “X” is not placed as to render it doubtful to which candidate it is intended to apply or if it is placed against the names of more number of candidates required to be elected (i.e. four).

For any other information, please call at 0172-2971406 on all working day from 09.00 to 05.00 p.m. or email to this office at, please. 





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