ADG checks sensitive polling stations – ADG checks sensitive polling stations

ADG Rajeev Sabharwal arrives to inspect the voting booth in the village of Bhura, Kairana
– Photo: SHAMLI

Karaana. In the third phase of the panchayat elections, peaceful votes were held at 243 stands with 42-gram panchayats from the Kairana bloc. ADG Meerut Zone Rajiv Sabharwal inspected sensitive polling stations.
The vote for the third phase of the three-stage Panchayat elections ended peacefully on Monday. 243 booths were built in 86 polling stations with 42-gram panchayats in the Kairana block. The vote began at exactly seven in the morning. In the morning, long rows of voters were lined up at polling stations. In the afternoon, however, the crowd subsided. In order to be able to conduct panchayat elections peacefully, seven polling stations in sensitive and four villages were included in the oversensitive plus category. CRPF, PAC and police personnel were deployed at sensitive polling stations so that no anti-social elements could hinder the election. DM Jasjit Kaur and SP Sukirti Madhav visited the polling stations all day. The ADG Meerut Zone Rajiv Sabharwal reached Kairana Kotwali around 11:30 a.m. He inquired about the peaceful conduct of the Panchayat elections with the subordinate officials. They later visited polling stations in the Aryapuri countryside, Manna Majra village and Bhura village with ADG CO Jitendra Kumar and SDM Udbhav Tripathi. The ADG gave the subordinates the necessary guidelines regarding the Panchayat elections.
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Elderly people and Divyang also voted
Karaana. In the three-stage Panchayat elections between Ramadan and Corona, in which the villagers showed their enthusiasm for the vote, the elders and disabled people of the village also reached the polling stations and voted.
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Stand up and running in two hours
Karaana. The Gramm Panchayat Register polling station was built in the village school, where stand No. 13 was delayed by two hours. Because of this, there were a lot of voters outside the stand. ADO Panchayat Wasim said that due to the chairman’s confusion, the booth opened at around 9am.
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Ban on cell phones in polling stations
Karaana. In order to ensure fair three-stage elections in Panchayat, the district judge instructed the district judge to prohibit police personnel from carrying cell phones into the polling stations. They were only allowed to enter the polling station after the voters were searched. People standing unnecessarily in front of the voting booths were grabbed by the spot.

ADG Rajeev Sabharwal arrives to inspect the voting booth in the village of Bhura, Kairana– Photo: SHAMLI

Karaana. In the third phase of the panchayat elections, peaceful votes were held at 243 stands with 42-gram panchayats from the Kairana bloc. ADG Meerut Zone Rajiv Sabharwal inspected sensitive polling stations.

The vote for the third phase of the three-stage Panchayat elections ended peacefully on Monday. 243 booths were built in 86 polling stations in 42-gram panchayats of the Kairana block. The vote began at exactly seven in the morning. In the morning, long rows of voters were lined up at polling stations. In the afternoon, however, the crowd subsided. In order to be able to conduct panchayat elections peacefully, seven polling stations in sensitive and four villages were included in the oversensitive plus category. CRPF, PAC and police personnel were deployed at sensitive polling stations so that no anti-social elements could hinder the election. DM Jasjit Kaur and SP Sukirti Madhav visited the polling stations all day. The ADG Meerut Zone Rajiv Sabharwal reached Kairana Kotwali around 11:30 a.m. He inquired about the peaceful conduct of the Panchayat elections with the subordinate officials. They later visited polling stations in the Aryapuri countryside, Manna Majra village and Bhura village with ADG CO Jitendra Kumar and SDM Udbhav Tripathi. The ADG gave the subordinates the necessary guidelines regarding the Panchayat elections.

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Elderly people and Divyang also voted

Karaana. In the three-stage Panchayat elections between Ramadan and Corona, in which the villagers showed their enthusiasm for the vote, the elders and disabled people of the village also reached the polling stations and voted.

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Stand up and running in two hours

Karaana. The Gram Panchayat Register polling station was set up in the village school, where Stand No. 13 was delayed by two hours. Because of this, there were a lot of voters outside the stand. ADO Panchayat Wasim said that due to the chairman’s confusion, the booth opened at around 9 a.m.

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Ban on cell phones in polling stations

Karaana. In order to ensure fair three-stage elections in Panchayat, the district judge instructed the district judge to prohibit police personnel from carrying cell phones into the polling stations. They were only allowed to enter the polling station after the voters were searched. People standing unnecessarily in front of the voting booths were grabbed by the spot.

ADG Rajeev Sabharwal arrives to inspect the voting booth in the village of Bhura, Kairana

ADG Rajeev Sabharwal arrives to inspect the voting booth in the village of Bhura, Kairana– Photo: SHAMLI

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