176 Counting employees who are absent from the training on the first day – 176 Counting employees who are absent from the training on the first day

Balrampur On the first day of training, 176 employees from both centers were found missing in the three shifts without prior notice. Counting personnel found missing were instructed to attend the training.
After examining the counting employees who did not attend the training, they were warned to take action against the violation of the code of conduct for model voting.
On Friday, on the instructions of the District Election Commissioner / DM Shruti, the auditorium of the MLK PG College and the MPP Inter College were trained to count shifts in three shifts.
In each shift, 250 to 250 counters were called for training in each shift. The officer in charge, counting / CDO Riya Kejriwal, said 23 during the first shift at MPP Inter College, 38 during the third shift and 21 during the third shift and 32 during the first shift in the auditorium of MLK PG College, 29 and the third during the second shift. 33 election workers were found missing without prior notice.
MPP Inter College information was provided by Nodal Officer DSTO Sanjeev Kumar and the Nodal Officer of MLK PG College, Ranjith. Counting staff who are absent without notice have been instructed to return to the training.
If not included in the training, an investigation will be carried out against the counting personnel concerned. If the investigation is found guilty, action will be taken against the affected counting staff for violating the Model Election Code of Conduct.
On May 1, the counting staff will be trained in both centers from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on the first shift, from 12 noon to 2 p.m. on the second shift and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the third shift.

Balrampur On the first day of training, 176 employees from both centers were found missing in the three shifts without prior notice. Counting personnel found missing were instructed to attend the training.

After examining the counting employees who did not attend the training, they were warned to take action against the violation of the code of conduct for model voting.

On Friday, on the instructions of the District Election Commissioner / DM Shruti, the auditorium of the MLK PG College and the MPP Inter College were trained to count shifts in three shifts.

In each shift, 250 to 250 counters were called for training in each shift. The officer in charge, counting / CDO Riya Kejriwal, said 23 during the first shift at MPP Inter College, 38 during the third shift and 21 during the third shift and 32 during the first shift in the auditorium of MLK PG College, 29 and the third during the second shift. 33 election workers were found missing without prior notice.

MPP Inter College information was provided by Nodal Officer DSTO Sanjeev Kumar and the Nodal Officer of MLK PG College, Ranjith. Counting staff who are absent without notice have been instructed to return to the training.

If not included in the training, an investigation will be carried out against the counting personnel concerned. If the investigation is found guilty, action will be taken against the affected counting staff for violating the Model Election Code of Conduct.

On May 1, the counting staff will be trained in both centers from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on the first shift, from 12 noon to 2 p.m. on the second shift and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the third shift.

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