640 princes took a virtual oath, assumed responsibility – 640 princes took a virtual oath and took responsibility

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640 princes took a virtual oath and took responsibility
363 Pradhan is later to take an oath because the quorum for the Gram Panchayat member has not been met
Samvad News Agency
Siddharthnagar. The newly elected village chiefs and members were given virtual oaths for the first time because the corona infection was blocked. In 1136 Gramm Panchayats in the district, 640 village chiefs and Gramm Panchayat members from various blocs took the oath of office on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Pradhan and Gram Panchayat members will take an oath in 133 Gram Panchayats.
In the panchayat elections, of 1136 grams of panchayats in the district, only 773 grams of panchayats more than two-thirds of the members were elected. In these grams of panchayats, the head and members are sworn in. In the remaining Gramm Panchayats, fewer than two thirds of the members were elected, so that the remaining members in these Gramm Panchayats are not sworn in until after the election. Due to the corona infection, the newly elected heads and members were not sworn in at the block headquarters, but a virtual medium was created in the Gramm-Panchayats themselves. The swearing-in took place according to the protocol of Kovid 19 in the Panchayat Ghar, in the Community Building or in the Kaman Center in the Panchayat region. Mobiles or laptops with internet connection were arranged by all Gram Panchayat secretaries and Nodal officers were deployed on the Nyaya Panchayat plain. The knot officer Preeti Gupta received virtual oaths on the heads and members of Dhansa Nankar, Palia Tekdhar, Sirwat, Manohari, Saha, Pakri, Semariyav and Para Nankar from the Naugarh block. According to the representative of Dumariyaganj, 77 village chiefs were sworn in by the secretaries of Gram Panchayat in 115 blocks. The remaining 38 princes were not sworn in because two thirds of the members were not completed. BDO Sushil Agarhari said that 16 knot officers at the level of 16 Nyaya Panchayat have been appointed for the swearing in. According to the Pakdi market representative, the leaders of the village panchayats were sworn to Jakhaulia, Nadwalia, Rampur, Nakahi, Baraniya Budhanaiya, Madhwapur, etc. of the Jogia block. According to his representative, the leader and members were sworn in in the villages of Mahulani, Kuahata, Chitrapar, Tighara, Chorai, Churihari, Manjharia, etc. of the region. Similarly, the village chiefs were also taken oaths in the Lotan, Burdpur, Bansi, Mithwal, Itwa, Khesraha, Badhni, Shohratgarh, Bhanwapur and Khuniaon blocks. DPRO Adarsh ​​said the Panchayats term began with the oath and now the newly elected officials will be able to do other work including development. On Wednesday, the head and members of 133 grams of panchayats will be sworn oath.

640 princes took a virtual oath and took responsibility

363 Pradhan is later to take an oath because the quorum for the Gram Panchayat member has not been met

Samvad News Agency

Siddharthnagar. The newly elected village chiefs and members were given virtual oaths for the first time because the corona infection was blocked. In 1136 Gramm Panchayats in the district, 640 village chiefs and Gramm Panchayat members from various blocs took the oath of office on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Pradhan and Gram Panchayat members will take an oath in 133 Gram Panchayats.

In the panchayat elections, of 1136 grams of panchayats in the district, only 773 grams of panchayats more than two-thirds of the members were elected. In these grams of panchayats, the head and members are sworn in. In the remaining Gramm Panchayats, fewer than two thirds of the members were elected, so that the remaining members in these Gramm Panchayats are not sworn in until after the election. Due to the corona infection, the newly elected heads and members were not sworn in at the block headquarters, but a virtual medium was created in the Gramm-Panchayats themselves. The swearing-in took place according to the protocol of Kovid 19 in the Panchayat Ghar, in the Community Building or in the Kaman Center in the Panchayat region. Mobile or laptop internet connection was arranged by all Gram Panchayat secretaries and Nodal officers were deployed on the Nyaya Panchayat plain. The knot officer Preeti Gupta received virtual oaths on the heads and members of Dhansa Nankar, Palia Tekdhar, Sirwat, Manohari, Saha, Pakri, Semariyav and Para Nankar from the Naugarh block. According to the representative of Dumariyaganj, 77 village chiefs were sworn in by the secretaries of Gram Panchayat in 115 blocks. The remaining 38 princes were not sworn in because two thirds of the members were not completed. BDO Sushil Agarhari said that 16 knot officers at the level of 16 Nyaya Panchayat have been appointed for the swearing in. According to the Pakdi market representative, the leaders of the village panchayats were sworn to Jakhaulia, Nadwalia, Rampur, Nakahi, Baraniya Budhanaiya, Madhwapur, etc. of the Jogia block. According to his representative, the leader and members were sworn in in the villages of Mahulani, Kuahata, Chitrapar, Tighara, Chorai, Churihari, Manjharia, etc. of the region. Similarly, the village chiefs were also taken oaths in the Lotan, Burdpur, Bansi, Mithwal, Itwa, Khesraha, Badhni, Shohratgarh, Bhanwapur and Khuniaon blocks. DPRO Adarsh ​​said the Panchayats term began with the oath and now the newly elected officials will be able to do other work including development. On Wednesday, the head and members of 133 gram panchayats will be sworn oath.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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