22 members asked for allies to vote – illiterate and incompetent 22 asked allies to vote

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22 members were looking for allies to vote
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District Panchayat President Election: Nine members were illiterate and 13 said they were incapacitated
Members requested a vote on the office of district president of Panchayat
Samvad news agency
Siddharthnagar. The vote on the office of President of Zilla Panchayat will take place on Saturday. The result will come in the afternoon. Previously, 22 members sought an ally to vote. Of these, nine are illiterate and 13 members have declared themselves physically incapacitated. The allocation takes place after the applications have been checked. At the same time, the police administration prepared the elections.
Sheetal Singh from BJP and Pooja Yadav from SP are fighting for the position of women as district president of Panchayat. All 45 members of Zilla Panchayat take part in the vote. Preparations for participation in the vote are made on behalf of the members. In that order, 22 members called for an ally to vote on Friday. The deputy election officer and ADM Sitaram Gupta announced that the request to provide staff is being considered on behalf of the members. The members found to be suitable during the investigation will be supported.
six members are illiterate
In the Educational Qualifications column in the nomination documents submitted for the Panchayat elections, only six of the 45 Zilla Panchayat members declared themselves illiterate. 14 members have cited for participation in elementary school. Three high school, six inter, nine graduates and seven as post-graduates have declared themselves. Now nine members who describe themselves as illiterate have called for an ally.
The voting process is recorded on video
Access by outsiders is prohibited during the voting. The voting process is recorded on video by the administration. ADM Sitaram Gupta said the voting process is being conducted in a fair manner. The entire process is videotaped.
SP General Assembly
SP district president Lalji Yadav had called a meeting of district members of the Panchayat party for July 2nd, he had warned to send a report to the leadership regarding disciplinary measures against the absent members. At the meeting, the district president announced that the members were called upon to explain the voting process. Six-seven members came. The rest are in touch. He claimed that the maximum of 15 members of the SP had won the elections, while the other members had the support.
The reputation of the giants is at stake
When Zilla Panchayat is elected president, the reputation of SP and BJP supporters is at stake. After the voting and counting of the votes, at which the position of the two candidates is announced, the tendencies of the members are also known. Members include 15 from SP, nine from BJP, 15 independents, three from Congress, two from BSP and one from Apna Dal S. BJP district president Govind Madhav claimed the BJP candidate’s victory was certain. In addition to the parties, independent members will also vote for the BJP.

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22 members were looking for allies to vote

Under head

District Panchayat President Election: Nine members were illiterate and 13 said they were incapacitated

Members requested a vote on the office of district president of Panchayat

Samvad news agency

Siddharthnagar. The vote on the office of President of Zilla Panchayat will take place on Saturday. The result will come in the afternoon. Previously, 22 members sought an ally to vote. Of these, nine are illiterate and 13 members have declared themselves physically incapacitated. The allocation takes place after the applications have been checked. At the same time, the police administration prepared the elections.

Sheetal Singh from BJP and Pooja Yadav from SP are fighting for the position of women as district president of Panchayat. All 45 members of Zilla Panchayat take part in the vote. Preparations for participation in the vote are made on behalf of the members. In that order, 22 members called for an ally to vote on Friday. The deputy election officer and ADM Sitaram Gupta announced that the request to provide staff is being considered on behalf of the members. The members found to be suitable during the investigation are supported.

six members are illiterate

In the Educational Qualifications column in the nomination documents submitted for the Panchayat elections, only six of the 45 Zilla Panchayat members declared themselves illiterate. 14 members have cited for participation in elementary school. Three high school, six inter, nine graduates and seven as post graduates have declared themselves. Now nine members who call themselves illiterate have called for an ally.

The voting process is recorded on video

Access by outsiders is prohibited during the voting. The voting process is recorded on video by the administration. ADM Sitaram Gupta said the voting process is being conducted in a fair manner. The entire process is videotaped.

SP General Assembly

SP district president Lalji Yadav had called a meeting of district members of the Panchayat party for July 2nd, he had warned to send a report to the leadership regarding disciplinary measures against the absent members. At the meeting, the district president announced that the members were called upon to explain the voting process. Six-seven members came. The rest are in touch. He claimed that the maximum of 15 members of the SP had won the election, while the other members had the support.

The reputation of the giants is at stake

When Zilla Panchayat is elected president, the reputation of SP and BJP supporters is at stake. After the voting and counting of the votes, at which the position of the two candidates is announced, the tendencies of the members are also known. Members include 15 from SP, nine from BJP, 15 independents, three from Congress, two from BSP and one from Apna Dal S. BJP district president Govind Madhav claimed the BJP candidate’s victory was certain. In addition to the parties, independent members will also vote for the BJP.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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