9824 community member vacancies in Bijnors Gram Panchayats

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9824 parishioner posts are vacant in Bijnors Gram Panchayats
Bijnor. People were not interested in voting because the position of member Gram Panchayat in Panchayat had become less important. It is such a designation that is limited to registration in registers and files. It is not hidden from anyone that they do not do much for the development of the village. For this reason, 9,824 Panchayat member positions have remained unfilled in Panchayat. This had an impact on the swearing-in of the newly elected princes. About 60 percent of the newly elected chiefs in the district could not take an oath.
The number of Pradhans who failed to take an oath in the Panchayat elections this year has increased compared to the 2015 Panchayat elections. In 2015, 238 newly elected Pradhans were initially unable to take an oath. While this time 669 heads could not take an oath. The reason for not taking the oath of the newly elected heads lies in the lower number of Panchayat members in the elections under the Panchayat Raj Act in the Panchayats. There are 14,066 parishioners in 1,123 panchayats in the district. Of these, 4,242 positions were elected. 9824 Panchayat membership positions are currently vacant. The villagers Jagatvir Singh, Hukm Singh, Yashveer Singh, Harveer Singh etc. say that Corona is spreading in the villages. The government is vigilant to stop the spread. However, in order to follow the Corona guidelines in the villages, it is necessary for the newly elected heads to be sworn in. DPRO Satish Kumar said it was necessary to elect two thirds of the parishioners assigned in the Panchayat.

9824 parishioner posts are vacant in Bijnors Gram Panchayats

Bijnor. People were not interested in voting because the position of member Gram Panchayat in Panchayat had become less important. It is such a designation that is limited to registration in registers and files. It is not hidden from anyone that they do not do much for the development of the village. For this reason, 9,824 Panchayat member positions have remained unfilled in Panchayat. This had an impact on the swearing-in of the newly elected princes. About 60 percent of the newly elected chiefs in the district could not take an oath.

The number of Pradhans who failed to take an oath in the Panchayat elections this year has increased compared to the 2015 Panchayat elections. In 2015, 238 newly elected Pradhans were initially unable to take an oath. While this time 669 heads could not take an oath. The reason for not taking the oath of the newly elected heads is the lower number of Panchayat members in the Panchayat elections under the Panchayat Raj Act. There are 14,066 parishioners in 1,123 panchayats in the district. Of these, 4,242 positions were elected. 9824 Panchayat members are currently vacant. The villagers Jagatvir Singh, Hukm Singh, Yashveer Singh, Harveer Singh etc. say that Corona is spreading in the villages. The government is vigilant to stop the spread. However, in order to follow the Corona guidelines in the villages, it is necessary for the newly elected heads to be sworn in. DPRO Satish Kumar said it was necessary to elect two thirds of the parishioners assigned in the Panchayat.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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