732 defaulters of Zila Panchayat are in Amethi – 732 people are defaulters of Zilla Panchayat

Gauriganj (Amethi). In the three-tier Panchayat elections, the administration is busy identifying the defaulters after the non-payment obligation for allowances has been abolished.
Panchayat District released the list of 732 defaulters of various fees and asked for the fee to be collected and receipt. The list of defaulters is sent to RO and ARO together with the upload to the portal. The RO and ARO have been instructed to reject the defaulters’ form.
Candidates will submit their nomination papers in the district on April 13-15. Previously, the government took a tough stance to prevent the potential candidates from receiving the non-payment certificates from Gram Panchayat, Kshetra Panchayat and Zilla Panchayat after the required process was established.
After the list of the three defaulters of Gram Panchayat and Kshetra Panchayat was published on Sunday, the list of defaulters of Zilla Panchayat was published on Monday.
In the published list, the taxes payable by Panchayat district include 44 in Market Shukul, 35 in Jamo, 68 in Tiloi, 33 in Jagdishpur, 47 in Bhadar, 45 in Sangrampur, 45 in Amethi, 48 in Musafirkhana and Bhetua 21 people in the Items, 19 in Tahabajari, six in Bhader under the shop rental item, 29 in Gauriganj, 13 in Musafirkhana, 10 in Amethi and 29 in Jagdishpur.
Similarly, 60 in Bahadurpur, 64 in Sinhapur, 21 in Gauriganj and 29 in Shahgarh, seven in Sinhapur, five in Tiloi and Gauriganj, four each in Jamo and Bhetua, four in Shahgarh and Musafirkhana. Two in Amethi and one in Sangrampur are defaulters.
After the list was published by Panchayat District, ADM Sushil Pratap Singh said that the defaulters can get the receipt by depositing the amount. With the exception of those in default, election candidates do not need a contribution certificate. The nomination will be rejected in the event of late payment. The ADM said that the list of defaulters will be uploaded to the portal along with Block, DPRO office, Collectorate.
To date, 12,339 nomination papers have been sold
Gauriganj. Monday was the seventh day of the sale of nomination papers. On the seventh day, 927 nominations were sold from Gram Panchayat members, 1,076 from Gram Pradhan, 942 from BDC and 109 from DDC. To date, ADM Sushil Pratap Singh has purchased 3,058 grams of Panchayat member, 4,958 grams of Panchayat, 3,983 BDC and 340 DDC brochures. The ADM said if anyone is having trouble purchasing nomination papers they can call them.
Hoardings removed
Amethi. The model code of conduct applies to three-stage Panchayat elections. The administrative authorities comply with the model code of conduct. On Monday, the team, led by SDM Mahatma Singh, removed the billboards and banner posters around the headquarters of the Sangrampur block. The SDM said action will be taken against those affected if they fail to comply with the model code of conduct.
Vote counting
Amethi. The administrative authorities are preparing to ensure that the three-stage Panchayat elections are conducted peacefully and safely. SDM Mahatma Singh on Monday inspected the strong room and counting station that was being built at Kalikan Inter College. During the inspection, he gave those concerned the necessary guidelines to fully secure the security room and received information from the concerned about CCTV cameras, etc., while instructing them to install ARO tables at the time of the count. SDM then inspected the counters dedicated to the sale of application forms in the block.
Election training at eight
Gauriganj. Officer staff in charge Dr. Ankur Lather said that in anticipation of the Panchayat three-stage general election April 8-12, 2021 in Indira Gandhi, two-shift training programs for chairpersons, election officers and electoral officers were being held in the city of PG College and Manishi Women’s PG College. Will happen. Said various officers were held responsible. (Dialog)
18 cases filed in seven days
Market School In the face of the Panchayat elections, SP Dinesh Singh launched a campaign to ban the manufacture and sale of illegal alcohol. During the week, 18 cases were recorded by the local police station and 255 liters of raw liquor and its preparation equipment were recovered. Many ovens were also destroyed during this period.

Gauriganj (Amethi). In the three-tier Panchayat elections, the administration is busy identifying the defaulters after the non-payment obligation for allowances has been abolished.

Panchayat District released the list of 732 defaulters of various fees and asked for the fee to be collected and receipt. The list of defaulters is sent to RO and ARO together with the upload to the portal. The RO and ARO have been instructed to reject the defaulters’ form.

Candidates will submit their nomination papers in the district on April 13-15. Previously, the government took a tough stance to prevent the potential candidates from receiving the non-payment certificates from Gram Panchayat, Kshetra Panchayat and Zilla Panchayat after the required process was established.

After the list of the three defaulters of Gram Panchayat and Kshetra Panchayat was published on Sunday, the list of defaulters of Zilla Panchayat was published on Monday.

In the published list, the taxes payable by Panchayat district include 44 in Market Shukul, 35 in Jamo, 68 in Tiloi, 33 in Jagdishpur, 47 in Bhadar, 45 in Sangrampur, 45 in Amethi, 48 in Musafirkhana and Bhetua 21 people in the Items, 19 in Tahabajari, six in Bhader under the shop rental item, 29 in Gauriganj, 13 in Musafirkhana, 10 in Amethi and 29 in Jagdishpur.

Similarly, 60 in Bahadurpur, 64 in Sinhapur, 21 in Gauriganj and 29 in Shahgarh, seven in Sinhapur, five in Tiloi and Gauriganj, four each in Jamo and Bhetua, four in Shahgarh and Musafirkhana. Two in Amethi and one in Sangrampur are defaulters.

After the list was published by Panchayat District, ADM Sushil Pratap Singh said that the defaulters can get the receipt by depositing the amount. With the exception of those in default, election candidates do not need a contribution certificate. The nomination will be rejected in the event of late payment. The ADM said that the list of defaulters will be uploaded to the portal along with Block, DPRO office, Collectorate.

To date, 12,339 nomination papers have been sold

Gauriganj. Monday was the seventh day of the sale of nomination papers. On the seventh day, 927 Gram Panchayat members, 1,076 Gram Pradhan members, 942 BDC members, and 109 DDC nomination papers were sold. To date, ADM Sushil Pratap Singh has purchased 3,058 grams of Panchayat member, 4,958 grams of Panchayat, 3,983 BDC and 340 DDC brochures. The ADM said if anyone is having trouble purchasing nomination papers they can call them.

Hoardings removed

Amethi. The model code of conduct applies to three-stage Panchayat elections. The administrative authorities comply with the model code of conduct. On Monday, the team, led by SDM Mahatma Singh, removed the billboards and banner posters around the headquarters of the Sangrampur block. The SDM said action will be taken against those affected if they fail to comply with the model code of conduct.

Vote counting

Amethi. The administrative authorities are preparing to ensure that the three-stage Panchayat elections are conducted peacefully and safely. SDM Mahatma Singh on Monday inspected the strong room and counting station that was being built at Kalikan Inter College. During the inspection, he gave those concerned the necessary guidelines to fully secure the security room and received information from the concerned about CCTV cameras, etc., while instructing them to install ARO tables at the time of the count. SDM then inspected the counters dedicated to the sale of application forms in the block.

Election training at eight

Gauriganj. Officer staff in charge Dr. Ankur Lather said that in anticipation of the Panchayat three-stage general election April 8-12, 2021 in Indira Gandhi, two-shift training programs for chairpersons, election officers and electoral officers were being held in the city of PG College and Manishi Women’s PG College. Will happen. Said various officers were held responsible. (Dialog)

18 cases filed in seven days

Market School In the face of the Panchayat elections, SP Dinesh Singh launched a campaign to ban the manufacture and sale of illegal alcohol. During the week, 18 cases were recorded by police at the local police station and 255 liters of raw liquor and its preparation equipment were recovered. Many ovens were also destroyed during this period.

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