Chief Electoral Officer

The Chief Electoral Officer, Daman is Shri. Dharmendra who is an IAS officer. The office of the Chief Electoral Officer is the regional unit of the Election Commission in India and functions under its direct supervision. The address of the office of the Chief Electoral Officer at Daman is provided below:

  • Chief Electoral Officer, Daman
    Secretariat, Fort Area,
    Moti Daman,
    Daman - 396220

    The organizational set up of the office has the Chief Electoral Officer at its head. The Returning Officer, Joint CEO and the Deputy Secretary of Elections report to the Chief Electoral Officer of Daman. The Deputy Collector, Collector of Diu and the Additional District Magistrate of the Union Territory are the Returning Officers of the electoral office in Daman and Diu.

    The government of the Union Territory has developed a website portal to improve communication between the electors of Daman and Diu and the department of elections. Information about the activities of election department and forms are available on the site.

    Last Updated on: 3rd April 2013



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