254 village chiefs have taken an oath – 254 village chiefs have taken an oath

Gyanpur The newly elected 254 village chiefs of the Panchayat elections reaffirmed their determination to develop the village by taking an oath through video conferencing on Tuesday. The princes also took an oath to keep the village corona-free for the first time with a general oath to ensure cleanliness two meters away. 101 village chiefs will take an oath on Wednesday. The promise of 546 grams of panchayats and more than five thousand grams of panchayat members of the district lasted from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Tuesday.
During this time, the Gram Panchayat officer ADO Panchayat took the oath in the Panchayat building, schools, etc. in the villages. BDOs of all blocks were involved in video conferencing. 254 village chiefs from six blocks promised a better development of the village. That being said, Kovid-19, as Chairman of the Supervisory Committee, will exercise his responsibilities with full intent to protect the Gram Panchayat from viruses. Widespread use, including six feet of masks not going out of the house without necessity, taking an oath to check the first signs of the disease, and using drugs after consulting a doctor, was also done. According to the Pali correspondent, district development officer Jaykesh Tripathi took the virtual oath in Mahajuda village. The village chief Rajmani Pandey took the oath of office and secrecy with 10 members. Gram Panchayat Secretary Prashant Kumar, Labor Servants Deepak Maurya, Suryamani Pandey, Ashutosh Singh, Nakhadu Chauhan, Sonu Verma, etc. attended the occasion. Dinesh Pathak took an oath with 11 members in the Darapatti village of Suriyawan. On this occasion, Gram Panchayat officer Vandana Shrivastava and others were present.
At the same time, the village development officers in the villages of the Aurai block reached their respective shifts. In the late evening, the village chief and Panchayat members were sworn in in four shifts in 72 villages in the development block. The block development officer Shyam G. ADO Panchayat Suresh Tripathi took the oath through virtual conferences from the Aurai Development Block Office. Panchayat Raj district official Baleshadhar Dwivedi said 254 village chiefs took the oath on the first day. The remaining 101 heads will take an oath on Wednesday. Village chief Lalji Yadav in Bhurki, Brij Kumari in Seur, and Ramlal Yadav in Saraiyuddi were sworn in.

Gyanpur The newly elected 254 village chiefs of the Panchayat elections reaffirmed their determination to develop the village by taking an oath through video conferencing on Tuesday. The princes also took an oath to keep the village corona-free for the first time with a general oath to ensure cleanliness two meters away. 101 village chiefs will take an oath on Wednesday. The promise of 546 grams of panchayats and more than five thousand grams of panchayat members of the district lasted from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Tuesday.

During this time, the Gram Panchayat officer ADO Panchayat took the oath in the Panchayat building, schools, etc. in the villages. BDOs of all blocks were involved in video conferencing. 254 village chiefs from six blocks promised a better development of the village. That being said, Kovid-19, as Chairman of the Supervisory Committee, will exercise his responsibilities with full intent to protect the Gram Panchayat from viruses. Widespread use, including six feet of masks not going out of the house without necessity, taking an oath to check the first signs of the disease, and using drugs after consulting a doctor, was also done. According to the Pali correspondent, district development officer Jaykesh Tripathi took the virtual oath in Mahajuda village. The village chief Rajmani Pandey took the oath of office and secrecy with 10 members. Gram Panchayat Secretary Prashant Kumar, Labor Servants Deepak Maurya, Suryamani Pandey, Ashutosh Singh, Nakhadu Chauhan, Sonu Verma, etc. attended the occasion. Dinesh Pathak took an oath with 11 members in the Darapatti village of Suriyawan. On this occasion, Gram Panchayat officer Vandana Shrivastava and others were present.

At the same time, the village development officers in the villages of the Aurai block reached their respective shifts. In the late evening, the village chief and Panchayat members were sworn in in four shifts in 72 villages in the development block. The block development officer Shyam G. ADO Panchayat Suresh Tripathi took the oath through virtual conferences from the Aurai Development Block Office. Panchayat Raj district official Baleshadhar Dwivedi said 254 village chiefs took the oath on the first day. The remaining 101 heads will take an oath on Wednesday. Village chief Lalji Yadav in Bhurki, Brij Kumari in Seur, and Ramlal Yadav in Saraiyuddi were sworn in.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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