14 Newly selected GPS could not be found even after 62 hours. Certificate for members – 14 newly selected postcodes could not be found even after 62 hours. Certificate for members

Manjhanpur Even after 62 hours of counting, the picture of the district panchayat members of Kaushambi could not be clear. On Tuesday evening at ten o’clock, only 12 members of the 26-strong house could be issued voting certificates. The remaining 14 newly elected members stayed in Zilla Panchayat’s offices overnight, waiting for the certificate. The delay in explaining the results and the delay in certification of these newly elected candidates has been blocked. Everyone questioned the administrative intent.
The counting of votes for the three-stage Panchayat election began at 8:00 a.m. on May 2 in the eight blocks of the district. The counting process, which lasted about 36 hours, ended on Monday evening. However, the election result of a member of Zilla Panchayat was not announced at the counting station. According to the policy of the Election Commission, the results and the declaration of the results of the Zilla Panchayat members are to be made at the district headquarters. After the vote count was completed, all newly elected members joined the Panchayat District Office.
Even after waiting until midnight Monday, everyone returned disappointed after the results were not disclosed. From Tuesday morning on the third day, the newly elected members of the district Panchayat office camped again with their supporters. Around noon, when no information was released by the administration, the patience of the candidates and their supporters began to break down, and then everyone made a noise. Many police officers also had to throw lathis for this. At four o’clock in the evening, the election of Vijma Diwakar, a newly elected SP-supported member of community number one, was announced and the certificate issued. After that, the election results of 12 districts were announced by 10 p.m. and the newly elected members received the Vijai certificate. The remaining 14 parishioners and their supporters were waiting for the certificate in the Zilla Panchayat premises.
Most of the AROs ran between counts
Manjhanpur Despite the vote count on Monday evening, questions about the administrative function are raised as no ballot papers have been issued despite waiting all day on Tuesday. People claim that there is a delay in manipulating the results. However, administrative sources say the AROs involved in counting work were tired from working 36 hours non-stop. Therefore, they all withdrew from the counting station one by one without doing the job. Because of this, the returning officers from the blocks have great problems preparing the counting seats.
He received the District Panchayat Member’s election certificate
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Ward newly elected candidate vote
01 Vijma Yadav 5985
06 Poonam Devi 5554
07 Sher Mohammad 4487
08 Sunita Nishad 8025
09 Munshab Ali 6630
12 Tufan Singh 8787
16 Narendra Kumar 3270
14 Kalpana Sonkar 4548
17 Kiran Singh 3214
19 Kamla Devi 3808
15 Yasir approved 2018
18 Archana Devi 5592

Manjhanpur Even after 62 hours of counting, the picture of the district panchayat members of Kaushambi could not be clear. On Tuesday evening at ten o’clock, only 12 members of the 26-strong house could be issued voting certificates. The remaining 14 newly elected members stayed in Zilla Panchayat’s offices overnight, waiting for the certificate. The delay in explaining the results and the delay in certification of these newly elected candidates has been blocked. Everyone questioned the administrative intent.

The counting of votes for the three-stage Panchayat election began at 8:00 a.m. on May 2 in the eight blocks of the district. The counting process, which lasted about 36 hours, ended on Monday evening. The election result of a member of Zilla Panchayat was not announced at the counting point. According to the policy of the Election Commission, the results and the declaration of the results of the Zilla Panchayat members are to be made at the district headquarters. After the vote count was completed, all newly elected members joined the Panchayat District Office.

Even after waiting until midnight Monday, everyone returned disappointed after the results were not disclosed. From Tuesday morning on the third day, the newly elected members of the district Panchayat office camped again with their supporters. Around noon, when no information was released by the administration, the patience of the candidates and their supporters began to break down, and then everyone made a noise. Many police officers also had to throw lathis for this. At four o’clock in the evening, the election of Vijma Diwakar, a newly elected SP-supported member of community number one, was announced and the certificate issued. After that, the election results of 12 districts were announced by 10 p.m. and the newly elected members received the Vijai certificate. The remaining 14 parishioners and their supporters were waiting for the certificate in the Zilla Panchayat premises.

Most of the AROs ran between counts

Manjhanpur Questions were asked about the administrative function as no ballot papers were issued despite waiting for Tuesday’s day even though votes were counted on Monday evening. People claim that there is a delay in manipulating the results. However, administrative sources say the AROs involved in counting work were tired from working 36 hours non-stop. Therefore, they all withdrew from the counting station one by one without doing the job. Because of this, the returning officers from the blocks have great problems preparing the counting seats.

He received the District Panchayat Member’s election certificate

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Ward newly elected candidate vote

01 Vijma Yadav 5985

06 Poonam Devi 5554

07 Sher Mohammad 4487

08 Sunita Nishad 8025

09 Munshab Ali 6630

12 Tufan Singh 8787

16 Narendra Kumar 3270

14 Kalpana Sonkar 4548

17 Kiran Singh 3214

19 Kamla Devi 3808

15 Yasir approved 2018

18 Archana Devi 5592

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