An uproar over an hour before the vote – uproar over the vote an hour ago

Municipal Corporation Ward 10 Sarai Deendayal and Ward 50 Maulana Azad Nagar saw an uproar in the voting booth at DS College in the by-elections for councilor. Angry candidates and supporters caused an uproar after electoral staff stopped voting at 5:00 p.m. instead of 6:00 p.m.
During this time, the BJP met with the metropolitan president Vivek Saraswat and other party leaders violently with the city’s magistrate. The matter was resolved later in the re-vote. In stations 10, 31.2 and 50, 40.6 percent of the votes were cast.
By-elections for councilor were held Tuesday in Districts 10 and 50, which were vacant in the city corporation. During this time, voting should take place from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Voting staff in the booths at DS Inter College and DS Degree College, Ward 50, stopped voting at 5:00 p.m. due to a misunderstanding. This led to anger among candidates and supporters.
BJP President Vivek Saraswat Sandesh Raj and candidate Rahul Chetan protested. Other leaders, including SP Male Past Aggarwal, District President Surendra Singh, and Yogesh Dixit, did not lag behind either. The city magistrate, Vineet Kumar, reached out to the office as soon as the information was received.
During this time, the BJP met violently with the mayor and other leaders with the city’s magistrate. The turmoil subsided only after the vote was resumed. Assistant polling officer Kaushal Kumar said that 31.2 percent of the polls were recorded in station 10 and 40.6 percent in station 50. City magistrate Vineet Kumar Singh said the vote at DS Inter and Degree College was canceled at 5 p.m. due to misunderstanding. He was restarted.

Municipal Corporation Ward 10 Sarai Deendayal and Ward 50 Maulana Azad Nagar saw a turmoil in the voting booth of DS College Tuesday during the councilor’s by-election. Angry candidates and supporters caused an uproar when electoral staff stopped voting at 5:00 p.m. instead of 6:00 p.m.

During this time, the BJP met with the metropolitan president Vivek Saraswat and other party leaders violently with the city’s magistrate. The matter was resolved later in the re-vote. In stations 10, 31.2 and 50, 40.6 percent of the votes were cast.

By-elections for councilor were held Tuesday in Districts 10 and 50, which were vacant in the city corporation. During this time, voting should take place from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Voting staff in the booths at DS Inter College and DS Degree College, Ward 50, stopped voting at 5:00 p.m. due to a misunderstanding. This led to anger among candidates and supporters.

BJP President Vivek Saraswat Sandesh Raj and candidate Rahul Chetan protested. Other leaders, including SP Male Past Aggarwal, District President Surendra Singh, and Yogesh Dixit, did not lag behind either. The city magistrate, Vineet Kumar, reached out to the office as soon as the information was received.

During this time, the BJP met violently with the mayor and other leaders with the city’s magistrate. The turmoil subsided only after the vote was resumed. Assistant polling officer Kaushal Kumar said that 31.2 percent of the polls were recorded in station 10 and 40.6 percent in station 50. City magistrate Vineet Kumar Singh said the vote at DS Inter and Degree College was canceled at 5 p.m. due to misunderstanding. He was restarted.

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