An examination of Kovid is not required to get to the counting station

Shravasti. The counting of the three-stage Panchayat elections is scheduled for May 2nd. To control the spread of the infection with covid-19, all candidates, electoral officers, and census officers for various agencies were instructed to perform a covid test. In such a situation, a large number of different CHCs and PHCs gather in the order of that order. This can increase the prevalence of covid-19. Because of this, this order will be canceled.
With this information, Yogananda Pandey, Additional District Judge and Deputy District Election Commissioner (Panchayat and City Body), announced that this order will be revoked on the instructions of District Judge and District Election Commissioner TK Shibu. In such a situation, all candidates and their voting and counting agents are now checked in front of the gate of the counting location on the same day. This test is done by thermal scanning and pulse oximeter. For this purpose, the nominated list is drawn up according to the estimated time before the Nyaya Panchayat list is published the day before. Hence, only the panchayat that is counted is allowed.
If during the exam the temperature and temperature of a candidate, agent and counting agent are not determined according to the prescribed standard. You have no access to the counting location. As part of this agreement, every panchayat-wise 01-01 counter for the judiciary is created at all counting points, which the team of the Ministry of Health checks with a thermal scanner and a pulse oximeter. Upon investigation, the candidate, electoral and census officers’ reports are found to be correct. You will receive an OK receipt, on the basis of which your admission is possible. The thermal scanner and pulse oximeter are arranged by the District Panchayat Raj officer. Each team in the health department in Nyaya Panchayat is formed by the Chief Medical Officer. This work should be completed by May 1st.
He said it was the responsibility of the deputy collector concerned to have the two agreements monitored. If there is a problem, you will be informed immediately. The returning officer should make a list of the grams of panchayats contained in each nyaya panchayat. So that unnecessary crowds can be avoided. That is, the gram of Panchayat whose vote is counted first, the agent of the same remains in the count after the investigation. The remaining checks are kept at the counting location.
A gram of panchayat is only allowed to go in when the vote count is finished and the result is announced and when its counting agents run out. The returning officer should prepare for this in advance. And a copy of it should be made available to the appointed medical team and police officers at the gate of the counting station. Counting agents only receive the entry based on this list. In such a situation, do not set up an unnecessary crowd to induce the candidate, electoral officer, and counting agent to conduct tests on CHC / PHC.

Shravasti. The counting of the three-stage Panchayat elections is scheduled for May 2nd. To control the spread of the infection with covid-19, all candidates, electoral officers, and census officers for various agencies were instructed to perform a covid test. In such a situation, a large number of different CHCs and PHCs gather in the order of that order. This can increase the prevalence of covid-19. Because of this, this order will be canceled.

With this information, Yogananda Pandey, Additional District Judge and Deputy District Election Commissioner (Panchayat and City Body), announced that this order will be revoked on the instructions of District Judge and District Election Commissioner TK Shibu. In such a situation, all candidates and their voting and counting agents are now checked in front of the gate of the counting location on the same day. This test is done by thermal scanning and pulse oximeter. For this purpose, the nominated list is drawn up according to the estimated time before the Nyaya Panchayat list is published the day before. Hence, only the panchayat that is counted is allowed.

If during the exam the temperature and temperature of a candidate, agent and counting agent are not determined according to the prescribed standard. You have no access to the counting location. As part of this agreement, every panchayat-wise 01-01 counter for the judiciary is created at all counting points, which the team of the Ministry of Health checks with a thermal scanner and a pulse oximeter. Upon investigation, the candidate, electoral and census officers’ reports are found to be correct. You will receive an OK receipt, on the basis of which your admission is possible. The thermal scanner and pulse oximeter are arranged by the District Panchayat Raj officer. Each team in the health department in Nyaya Panchayat is formed by the Chief Medical Officer. This work should be completed by May 1st.

He said it was the responsibility of the deputy collector concerned to have the two agreements monitored. If there is a problem, you will be informed immediately. The returning officer should make a list of the grams of panchayats contained in each nyaya panchayat. So that unnecessary crowds can be avoided. That is, the gram of Panchayat whose vote is counted first, the agent of the same remains in the count after the investigation. The remaining checks are kept at the counting location.

A gram of panchayat is only allowed to go in when the vote count is finished and the result is announced and when its counting agents run out. The returning officer should prepare for this in advance. A copy of this should be made available to the medical team and police officers appointed at the gate of the counting station. Counting agents only receive the entry based on this list. In such a situation, do not set up an unnecessary crowd to induce the candidate, electoral officer, and counting agent to conduct tests on CHC / PHC.

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