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Government of Odisha has launched a ‘mo booth app’ for the convenience of voters

Bhubaneswar:15/5/24: The government of Odisha has launched a ‘mo booth app’ for the convenience of voters, said reports on Wednesday. This mobile application is available for voters.

Through this app, a voter can easily find the name and route of their polling station. It has the facility of knowing the number of people standing in the queue at a given time in the voter’s polling station.

State Chief Electoral Officer Nikunj Dhal has launched Mo Booth app to provide all this information to voters. This app has been developed by Khurda District Administration. Mo booth app will be implemented for all constituencies of Khurda district.

The functionality of the app for a Block Level Officer (BLO):

Through this, the BLO can update the number of voters in the queue at that time which will be published to the citizens and other officials for their information.


Functionality of the app for a Sector Officer :

Through this, the Sector Officer can update below information which will be published in real-time to the officials for their information and necessary action.
1. Status of the polling party arrival at booth 2. Mock poll ( CRC ) and actual poll status
3. Status on Polling completion and polling party departure from booth

Apart from this Sector Officer can seek help by providing below information:-

Law and Order

EVM Malfunction (AC)

EVM Malfunction (PC)

A central dashboard will be available for Sector Officers as well for District officers to receive and review the above information.

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