Published On : Tue, Mar 19th, 2019

Lok Sabha poll: Police take out flag march in Gondia

Nagpur/Gondia: With the commencement of process of filing nominations for Bhandara-Gondia Lok Sabha constituency, police personnel, led by District Superintendent of Police Vinita Sahu, on Tuesday took out a flag march to instil a sense of security to the voters. The Lok Sabha poll in Bhandara-Gondia will be held on April 11 and counting of votes will be undertaken on May 23.

The flag march started from Gondia’s Indira Gandhi Stadium and passed through the arterial roads such as Nehru Square, Civil Lines (Hanuman Mandir Road), Ingle Square, Mama Square, Sai Mandir Road, Govindpur, Gajanan Mandir Square, Manohar Square, Jaistanbh Square, Gandhi Statue Square, Gorelal Square, Durga Square, Bhimnagar Maidan, Ambedkar Square, Sharda Saw Mill Road, Ramnagar High School Square, Rajlaxmi Square, Gurudwara Road, Shakti Square, and culminated at Bus Stand.

The flag march sent people a message to cast their votes in the Lok Sabha elections without fear. Apart from the DSP Vinita Sahu, other officials who participated in the flag march include Deputy SP Sandeep Otole, Sonali Kadam, all Sub Divisional Officers, In-charges of all police stations, CRPF personnel and others.