12880 electoral staff leaves village without investigation for Corona – 12880 electoral staff leaves village without investigation

According to the guidelines of Kovid-19, the fine for those who do not use masks is a thousand rupees. Between last April 16 and April 27, a fine of 2,218 people was deducted after a fine of Rs 224,600 was deducted from them. At the same time, instructions from Kovid-19 when leaving the polling stations in Dhanipur Mandi on Wednesday were not followed. Yes, the mask definitely showed up on faces, but social distance, disinfection and corona testing were nowhere to be seen. All employees were posted without an examination.
Not just Dhanipur alone, a similar view was visible at all shipping points in the district. In the three-stage Panchayat elections, around 12,880 election workers and 8,096 police officers are on duty. The police were subjected to antigen tests, but it was not clear how infected they were or how fit they were.
On departure, however, the corona of other election workers was not tested. Now these workers will reach the village and vote and come back late Thursday. The electoral staff was given a drug kit, mask, lumps and disinfectant to protect themselves. Now how much corona protocol was followed in the vote, it will be in front of you in a few hours.
Almost nine employees who have returned from electoral service have died in Hathras in the past few days. Which includes teachers and teachers. In districts that participated in the three phases of the Panchayat elections, the infection rate has increased by five percent after the vote.
On such a big question, how much will corona infection spread in Aligarh on poll day? The staff who had achieved compulsory voting also cursed the mind-and-mind system to hold elections speechless in the most dangerous phase of the corona. Nobody openly said anything that a case should not be registered against them.
Well, as of this morning, approximately 18 lakh 11,552 voters will gather at 2,969 polling stations in the district. 15,858 candidates will call their agents and supporters from home to vote for Longo. However, the state government has issued appropriate guidelines by getting the responsible CMO officer to follow the rules of Kovid 19 when voting. But what a difficult task it is to follow and implement these rules. The policy makers of this government are also aware.

According to the guidelines of Kovid-19, the fine for those who do not use masks is one thousand rupees. Between last April 16 and April 27, a fine of 2,218 people was deducted after a fine of Rs 224,600 was deducted from them. At the same time, instructions from Kovid-19 when leaving the polling stations in Dhanipur Mandi on Wednesday were not followed. Yes, the mask definitely showed up on faces, but social distance, disinfection and corona testing were nowhere to be seen. All employees were posted without an examination.

Not just Dhanipur alone, a similar view was visible at all shipping points in the district. In the three-stage Panchayat elections, around 12,880 election workers and 8,096 police officers are on duty. The police were subjected to antigen tests, but it was not clear how infected they were or how fit they were.

On departure, however, the corona of other election workers was not tested. Now these workers will reach the village and vote and come back late Thursday. The electoral staff was given a drug kit, mask, lumps and disinfectant to protect themselves. Now how much corona protocol was followed in the vote, it will be in front of you in a few hours.

In the past few days, around nine employees who returned from voting in Hathras have died. Which includes teachers and teachers. In districts that participated in the three phases of the Panchayat elections, the infection rate has increased by five percent after the vote.

On such a big question, how much will corona infection spread in Aligarh on poll day? The staff who had achieved compulsory voting also cursed the mind-and-mind system to hold elections speechless in the most dangerous phase of the corona. Nobody openly said anything that a case should not be registered against them.

Well, as of this morning, approximately 18 lakh 11,552 voters will gather at 2,969 polling stations in the district. 15,858 candidates will call their agents and supporters from home to vote for Longo. However, the state government has issued appropriate guidelines by getting the responsible CMO officer to follow the rules of Kovid 19 when voting. But what a difficult task it is to follow and implement these rules. The policy makers of this government are also aware.

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