61.6 percent votes for two head and 163 membership fees

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61.6 percent vote for two head posts and 163 member posts
Farrukhabad. On Saturday, the election of two leaders and 163 gram panchayat members in the district was voted in six blocks. By the evening, a total voter turnout of 61.59 percent was recorded. The ballot boxes were then kept in the vault of the block office. The fate of the candidates will be announced with the vote count on Monday. In Badhpur Block, all 187 Gram Panchayat members were declared unanimously and there was no vote.
According to the representative of Mohammadabad, six candidates for the post of head of the Panchayat Raisaipur village of the area were fighting in the by-elections. Here 1178 of 1492 voters exercised their right to vote. This means that 78.95 percent of the survey results were recorded. For the election of 39 vacant membership positions in nine other Gram Panchayats, 57.25 percent were given in 9 booths.
According to Rajepur officials, a total of 68.52 percent of the votes for 13 vacancies were in 8-gram panchayats in the area. Another police superintendent inspected the Mehmadpur Gadia polling station.
After the elections in the evening, the ballot boxes were kept in the vault of the block campus. Election supervisor Suresh Chandra and BDO Gagandeep Singh announced that the vote count will take place on June 14th at the block headquarters.
According to the Shamsabad representative, 21 vacant membership positions were elected in nine grams of panchayats in the area. Here, 61.29 percent of the people cast their vote, while in Gram Panchayat Sikanderpur Agu in the Kayamganj block, 54 percent voter turnout for four posts of a member of Gram Panchayat was recorded.

61.6 percent vote for two head posts and 163 member posts

Farrukhabad. On Saturday, the election of two leaders and 163 gram panchayat members in the district was voted in six blocks. By the evening, a total voter turnout of 61.59 percent was recorded. The ballot boxes were then kept in the vault of the block office. The fate of the candidates will be announced with the vote count on Monday. In Badhpur Block, all 187-gram Panchayat members were declared unanimously and there was no vote.

According to the representative of Mohammadabad, six candidates for the post of head of the Panchayat Raisaipur village of the area were fighting in the by-elections. Here 1178 of 1492 voters exercised their right to vote. This means that 78.95 percent of the survey results were recorded. For the election of 39 vacant membership positions in nine other Gram Panchayats, 57.25 percent were given in 9 booths.

According to Rajepur officials, a total of 68.52 percent of the votes for 13 vacancies were in 8-gram panchayats in the area. Another police superintendent inspected the Mehmadpur Gadia polling station.

After the elections in the evening, the ballot boxes were kept in the vault of the block campus. Election supervisor Suresh Chandra and BDO Gagandeep Singh announced that the vote count will take place on June 14th at the block headquarters.

According to the Shamsabad representative, 21 vacant membership positions were elected in nine grams of panchayats in the area. Here, 61.29 percent of the people cast their vote, while in Gram Panchayat Sikanderpur Agu in the Kayamganj block, 54 percent voter turnout for four posts of a member of Gram Panchayat was recorded.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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