173 village chiefs swore the oath of office and secrecy – 173 village chiefs took the oath of office and secrecy

The process of handing over responsibility to the members of Pradhan and Gram Panchayat through a virtual oath began on Tuesday. On the first day, in 173 grams of panchayats of eight blocks, the officers took virtual oaths to the heads and members using the Zoom app.
While cursing in all blocks, DM and CDO also checked the program with the help of links. At the same time, the DVRO was also busy sending information to the government to keep an eye on the arrangements. The process of cursing will also continue on Wednesday. The swearing-in program will take place on Wednesday in 164-gram panchayats that have completed the quorum.
The results of the Panchayat election came after the vote was counted on May 2nd. However, the swearing-in program for newly elected heads and Gramm-Panchayat members was postponed due to a corona infection. Due to a lack of financial authority, the new government of the village could not do any work.
Here the rate of infection slowed down. Using the Zoom app, the government established a virtual oath management program on May 25th and 26th for the Gramm panchayats who meet the quorum of membership. Under this, DM Amit Kumar Singh established a program to take oaths on different days for the leaders and members of 337 gram panchayats in 451 districts.
In this order, the block development officer swore the oath of office and secrecy to 23 Pradhans and Gram Panchayat members on Tuesday at 11 a.m. on the first day via the Zoom app in the Kaushambi block. The respective block development officers gave virtual oaths to the leaders and members of Kad Block and Manjhanpur Block 20-20, Muratganj 18 and 30 gram panchayats in Nevada.
While the Tehsildars took the oath by taking oaths to the heads and members in 30 panchayats of the Sirathu Bloc, 23 in Saraswan, and nine grams of panchayats of the Chail Development Bloc. The program was completed in just five minutes via the virtual media. After that, all heads and members were signed and submitted with the affidavit or thumbprint.
DPRO Gapal Ji Ojha said the first meeting after the oath will take place now and then the records and affidavits of all leaders and members will be sent to headquarters on the 27th. It was announced that the remaining 164 Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat members will take an oath on Wednesday.
Oath to nine village chiefs in Chail
Nine village chiefs elected in the Chail development block were sworn in on Tuesday. Secretaries and others, including the ADO Panchayat, were also present. Remaining village chiefs of other Gramm Panchayats will receive an oath of office and secrecy on Wednesday.
ADO Panchayat RK Bhartiya announced that in the presence of Magistrate Naib Tehsildar Deeksha Pandey in the Chail development block, the newly elected leaders of a total of nine villages, including Geria Khalsa, Sheikhpur Rasulpur, Nizampur Purani, Chilla Shahbaji, Chakbad Shah Pur, Chauradih and Shana Nibi and Faridpur Sulem were virtual The oath was taken. While in the village of Singhpur, Secretary Pritam Singh took virtual oaths to the village chief and the Gramm Panchayats in the village’s primary school.
On Wednesday, Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat were given virtual oaths to members of Bilaspur, Jalalpur Shana, Kasenda, Mohammadpur, Balipur Tata, Hardua and Ratagaha Village.
The heads of these villages must wait for the oath
The village chiefs of the nine-gram panchayats were sworn in on Tuesday by the elected village chiefs of the 28-gram Sabhas of the nine Nyaya panchayats of the Chail development block. The remaining eight village chiefs will take an oath on Wednesday. But the village chiefs of 11 grams of panchayats have to wait for the oath.
The heads of these villages were denied oaths because a third of the Gram Panchayat members did not have a quorum. ADO Panchayat RK Bhartiya announced that a government would only be formed in these villages after the election of the members of the Gram Panchayats.
He said that a third of the development bloc’s Quorum of Gram Panchayat members in the villages of Fatehpur Sahavpur, Jhappia, Umarpur Niva, Danielpur, Rasulabad aka Koilha, Mahmudpur Manauri, Mirpur, Paharpur Sudhawar, Kamalpur, and Chauli is not yet complete.
Promises to leaders and members in Meohar Gram Panchayat
Secretary Ravi Kumar Singh took the virtual oath to the newly elected leader and the members of the Meohar Gram Panchayat of the Kaushambi Bloc. According to the protocol of Kovid-19, the program was organized at the Mayohar elementary school. During this time Vimla Singh Singaur and Gram Panchayat were members for the post of head, Ganga Devi, Rajjan Devi, Dinesh Jaiswal, Mahendra Singh, Radha Devi, Doll Devi, Ashish Kumar, Teerti Devi, Amar Singh, Ram Lakhan, Ranjit Prasad, Lotan, Rekha Devi and Ramesh Chand were sworn in.

The process of handing over responsibility to the members of Pradhan and Gram Panchayat through a virtual oath began on Tuesday. On the first day, in 173 grams of panchayats of eight blocks, the officers took virtual oaths to the heads and members using the Zoom app.

While cursing in all blocks, DM and CDO also checked the program with the help of links. At the same time, the DVRO was also busy sending information to the government to keep an eye on the arrangements. The process of cursing will also continue on Wednesday. The swearing-in program will take place on Wednesday in 164-gram panchayats that have completed the quorum.

The results of the Panchayat election came after the vote was counted on May 2nd. However, the swearing-in program for newly elected heads and Gramm-Panchayat members was postponed due to a corona infection. Due to a lack of financial authority, the new government of the village could not do any work.

Here the rate of infection slowed down. Using the Zoom app, the government established a virtual oath management program on May 25th and 26th for the Gramm panchayats who meet the quorum of membership. Under this, DM Amit Kumar Singh established a program to take oaths on different days for the leaders and members of 337 gram panchayats in 451 districts.

In this order, the block development officer swore the oath of office and secrecy to 23 Pradhans and Gram Panchayat members on Tuesday at 11 a.m. on the first day via the Zoom app in the Kaushambi block. The respective block development officers gave virtual oaths to the leaders and members of Kad Block and Manjhanpur Block 20-20, Muratganj 18 and 30 gram panchayats in Nevada.

While the Tehsildars took the oath by taking oaths to the heads and members in 30 panchayats of the Sirathu Bloc, 23 in Saraswan, and nine grams of panchayats of the Chail Development Bloc. The program was completed in just five minutes via the virtual media. After that, all heads and members were signed and submitted with the affidavit or thumbprint.

DPRO Gapal Ji Ojha said the first meeting after the oath will take place now and then the records and affidavits of all leaders and members will be sent to headquarters on the 27th. It was announced that the remaining 164 Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat members will take an oath on Wednesday.

Oath to nine village chiefs in Chail

Nine village chiefs elected in the Chail development block were sworn in on Tuesday. Secretaries and others, including the ADO Panchayat, were also present. Remaining village chiefs of other Gramm Panchayats will receive an oath of office and secrecy on Wednesday.

ADO Panchayat RK Bhartiya announced that in the presence of Magistrate Naib Tehsildar Deeksha Pandey in the Chail development block, the newly elected leaders of a total of nine villages, including Geria Khalsa, Sheikhpur Rasulpur, Nizampur Purani, Chilla Shahbaji, Chakbad Shah Pur, Chauradih and Shana Nibi and Faridpur Sulem were virtual The oath was taken. While in the village of Singhpur, Secretary Pritam Singh took virtual oaths to the village chief and the Gramm Panchayats in the village’s elementary school.

On Wednesday, Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat were given virtual oaths to members of Bilaspur, Jalalpur Shana, Kasenda, Mohammadpur, Balipur Tata, Hardua and Ratagaha Village.

The heads of these villages must wait for the oath

The village chiefs of the nine-gram panchayats were sworn in on Tuesday by the elected village chiefs of the 28-gram Sabhas of the nine Nyaya panchayats of the Chail development block. The remaining eight village chiefs will take an oath on Wednesday. But the village chiefs of 11 grams of panchayats have to wait for the oath.

The heads of these villages were denied oaths because a third of the Gram Panchayat members did not have a quorum. ADO Panchayat RK Bhartiya announced that a government would only be formed in these villages after the election of the members of the Gram Panchayats.

He said that a third of the development bloc’s Quorum of Gram Panchayat members in the villages of Fatehpur Sahavpur, Jhappia, Umarpur Niva, Danielpur, Rasulabad aka Koilha, Mahmudpur Manauri, Mirpur, Paharpur Sudhawar, Kamalpur, and Chauli is not yet complete.

Promises to leaders and members in Meohar Gram Panchayat

Secretary Ravi Kumar Singh took the virtual oath to the newly elected leader and the members of the Meohar Gram Panchayat of the Kaushambi Bloc. According to the protocol of Kovid-19, the program was organized at the Mayohar elementary school. During this time Vimla Singh Singaur and Gram Panchayat were members for the post of head, Ganga Devi, Rajjan Devi, Dinesh Jaiswal, Mahendra Singh, Radha Devi, Doll Devi, Ashish Kumar, Teerti Devi, Amar Singh, Ram Lakhan, Ranjit Prasad, Lotan, Rekha Devi and Ramesh Chand were sworn in.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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