30.68 lakh voters elect the village government today – 30.68 lakh voters elect the village government today

Sitapur On April 29th, 30,68,912 district voters will use their right to vote to decide the fate of the candidates for the village government election. For this purpose, polling stations were sent from the respective locations of all blocks to 4980 booths on Wednesday. Some employees were not on duty for health reasons. This caused delays for the sending parties. The polling stations reached the stands late in the evening. DM, SP and Observer visited the polling station and took stock.
There are 1599 grams of panchayats in the district. In these, the electoral process in the three gram panchayats of the Maholi block was not adopted on the instructions of the High Court. The electoral process was conducted on 1596 gram panchayats. There are contributions from more than 20,000 Gram Panchayat members, including 79 Zilla Panchayat members, 1978 BDC. On Wednesday, the electoral staff arrived early in the morning at the respective election teams with 19 blocks.
Compulsory elective material, ballot papers etc. were obtained from the counters specified by them. The chairmen also worked to post-stamp the ballot papers by matching the documents with the ballot papers. SDM Sadar Amit Bhatt took command of the polling stations from Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Government Degree College in Khairabad.
BDO Kajal, RO, ADO Panchayat Sushil Kumar, VDO Ashish Kumar Yadav, Ranvijay Singh etc. also performed their duties. The polling stations were separated from the departure points of other blocks. Due to the outbreak of the corona epidemic in the district, some workers were not on duty. This made it difficult to leave the party.
DM Vishal Bhardwaj, SP RP Singh, GDC Khairabad, Gandhi Degree College Sidhauli, Rameshwar Dayal Ram Kishore Mishra College of Sandna, Jai Narayan Inter College of Machirehata, etc. gave the necessary instructions by visiting the departure locations. Observer Javed Akhtar also visited the departure points of the polling stations. Polling stations arrived at the stands late in the evening. On April 29, voting will take place from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 4,980 stands. All preparations were made by the administration to ensure a peaceful vote. Force was used in adequate cabins.

Sitapur On April 29th, 30,68,912 district voters will use their right to vote to decide the fate of the candidates for the village government election. For this purpose, polling stations were sent from the respective locations of all blocks to 4980 booths on Wednesday. Some employees were not on duty for health reasons. This caused delays for the sending parties. The polling stations reached the stands late in the evening. DM, SP and Observer made a tour of the polling stations and took stock.

There are 1599 grams of panchayats in the district. In these, the electoral process in the three gram panchayats of the Maholi block was not adopted on the instructions of the High Court. The electoral process was conducted on 1596 gram panchayats. There are contributions from more than 20,000 Gram Panchayat members, including 79 Zilla Panchayat members, 1978 BDC. On Wednesday, the electoral staff arrived early in the morning at the respective election teams with 19 blocks.

Compulsory elective material, ballot papers, etc. were obtained from the counters specified by them. The chairmen also worked to post-stamp the ballot papers by matching the documents with the ballot papers. SDM Sadar Amit Bhatt took command of the polling stations from Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Government Degree College in Khairabad.

BDO Kajal, RO, ADO Panchayat Sushil Kumar, VDO Ashish Kumar Yadav, Ranvijay Singh etc. also performed their duties. The polling stations were separated from the departure points of other blocks. Due to the outbreak of the corona epidemic in the district, some workers were not on duty. This made it difficult to leave the party.

DM Vishal Bhardwaj, SP RP Singh, GDC Khairabad, Gandhi Degree College Sidhauli, Rameshwar Dayal Ram Kishore Mishra College of Sandna, Jai Narayan Inter College of Machirehata, etc. and gave the necessary instructions by visiting the departure locations. Observer Javed Akhtar also visited the departure points of the polling stations. Polling stations arrived at the stands late in the evening. On April 29, voting will take place from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 4,980 stands. All preparations were made by the administration to ensure a peaceful vote. Force was used in adequate cabins.

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