Bulandshahr News – 21.65 lakh voters will decide the fate of 21,723 candidates in Bulandshahr today

21.65 lakh voters will decide the fate of 21,723 candidates in Bulandshahr today
Bulandshahr The process of mobilizing staff in all countries began to hold three-stage Panchayat elections in the midst of the Kovid transition. Around noon, the employees left the vehicle with voting material for the polling stations. During this time, the rules of social distancing were violently torn apart in many centers. All employees reached their polling stations late in the evening.
The employees arrived at the Tehsils on Wednesday morning in the scorching sun. Employees received voting papers by queuing in the sun. 14,372 employees with voting papers were sent to 3593 polling stations. Due to the gathering of thousands of employees in one place, the Kovid policy was publicly flushed, but neither an officer nor staff were employed to create the system. In such a situation, many election workers wore masks, but social distancing did not follow.
The vote will take place from seven to five in the morning
The vote will take place on Thursday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. DM Ravindra Kumar instructed that even after the end of time in the evening, when the voter line is installed, all voters must receive the votes cast.
Masks and social distancing are mandatory
Voters, including polling stations, must also follow Kovid guidelines when voting. DM Ravindra Kumar has ordered that under no circumstances can voters without a mask cast their vote, unless they use masks. Apart from that, in addition to applying the mask, staff must also use a disinfectant.
Four employees were hired at each stand
A total of 1,490 polling stations were set up for voting in the district. Of these, 3593 stands were built. Four employees were deployed at each stand. The duty of these employees is to identify the voters and cast their votes. The police were also used for security measures.
From here the polling stations left
Polling stations of the Sadar block Electoral parties became the respective blocks for the Gramm-Panchayats of the DAV Inter College, Agauta, Lakhavati, Gulavathi, Saina, Unchagaon, Bibinagar, Shikarpur, Pahasu, Danpur, Dibai, Anupshahar and Jahangirabad blocks of the Sadar block cleverly.
Entries Total number of seats Total number of candidates
Panchayat District Member 52,532
Village chief 946 5841
Area Panchayat Member 1315 5680
Gram Panchayat member 12,154 10,202
Total 14,827 21,723
Tehsil polling station total number of voters
Bulandshahr 297 455695
Khurja 234 311886
Saina 205 308657
Shikarpur 203 306231
Debai 199 300 198
Secunderabad 140 205725
Anoopshahar 212 279206
Total 1490 2167 598
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There are instructions to start voting at each booth from seven in the morning. Special safety precautions have been taken on sensitive and oversensitive cabins.
– Ravindra Kumar, District Judge / Election Officer
Only one voter will go to the booth at a time
– Decision to comply with the Kovid Directive
– The election symbol and the candidate’s name are not on the voting slip
Samvad News Agency
Bulandshahr Only one voter will visit the voting booth during Thursday’s three-stage Panchayat election. The district administration has ordered all election workers to follow Kovid guidelines. In addition, all candidates were instructed that the ballot paper be printed on plain paper. If the name or symbol of a candidate is found on the slip, the nomination of the person concerned will be canceled. Apart from that, he has urged all candidates to work together in keeping the peace during the vote so that the vote can be conducted fairly.
These things must be taken into account when voting =
– Voters can be up to 100 meters away from their personal vehicle in the polling station.
– No firearms, drinks, flammable or other prohibited substances may be carried within a radius of 200 meters from the polling station.
– Voters cannot take cell phones, cameras, bidis, cigarettes and other electronic items into the booth.
– The candidate camps will be set up 200 meters from the polling station.
– There will be no unnecessary gathering of candidates in the camp.

21.65 lakh voters will decide the fate of 21,723 candidates in Bulandshahr today

Bulandshahr The process of mobilizing staff in all countries began to hold three-stage Panchayat elections in the midst of the Kovid transition. Around noon, the employees left the vehicle with voting material for the polling stations. During this time, the rules of social distancing were violently torn apart in many centers. All employees reached their polling stations late in the evening.

The employees arrived at the Tehsils on Wednesday morning in the scorching sun. Employees received voting papers by queuing in the sun. In 3593 polling stations, 14,372 employees were sent with voting material. Due to the gathering of thousands of employees in one place, the Kovid policy was publicly flushed, but neither an officer nor staff were employed to create the system. In such a situation, many election workers wore masks, but social distancing did not follow.

The vote will take place from seven to five in the morning

The vote will take place on Thursday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. DM Ravindra Kumar instructed that even after the end of time in the evening, when the voter line is installed, all voters must receive the votes cast.

Masks and social distancing are mandatory

Voters, including polling stations, must also follow Kovid guidelines when voting. DM Ravindra Kumar has ordered that under no circumstances can voters without a mask cast their vote, unless they use masks. Apart from that, in addition to applying the mask, staff must also use a disinfectant.

Four employees were hired at each stand

A total of 1,490 polling stations were set up for voting in the district. Of these, 3593 stands were built. Four employees were deployed at each stand. The duty of these employees is to identify the voters and cast their votes. The police were also used for security measures.

Polling stations left here

Polling stations of the Sadar block Electoral parties became the respective blocks for the Gramm-Panchayats of the DAV Inter College, Agauta, Lakhavati, Gulavathi, Saina, Unchagaon, Bibinagar, Shikarpur, Pahasu, Danpur, Dibai, Anupshahar and Jahangirabad blocks of the Sadar block cleverly.

Entries Total number of seats Total number of candidates

Panchayat District Member 52,532

Village chief 946 5841

Area Panchayat Member 1315 5680

Gram Panchayat member 12,154 10,202

Total 14,827 21,723

Tehsil polling station total number of voters

Bulandshahr 297 455695

Khurja 234 311886

Saina 205 308657

Shikarpur 203 306231

Debai 199 300 198

Secunderabad 140 205725

Anoopshahar 212 279206

Total 1490 2167 598

Coat =

There are instructions to start voting at each booth from seven in the morning. Special safety precautions have been taken on sensitive and oversensitive cabins.

– Ravindra Kumar, District Judge / Election Officer

Only one voter will go to the booth at a time

– Decision to comply with the Kovid Directive

– The election symbol and the candidate’s name are not on the ballot paper

Samvad News Agency

Bulandshahr Only one voter will visit the voting booth during Thursday’s three-stage Panchayat election. The district administration has ordered all election workers to follow Kovid guidelines. In addition, all candidates were instructed that the ballot paper be issued on plain paper. If a candidate’s name or election symbol is found on the slip, the relative’s nomination will be canceled. That being said, all candidates have been asked to work together in keeping the peace during the vote so that the vote can be conducted fairly.

These things must be taken into account when voting =

– Voters can be up to 100 meters from the polling station from their personal vehicle.

– No firearms, drinks, flammable or other prohibited substances may be carried within a radius of 200 meters from the polling station.

– Voters cannot take cell phones, cameras, bidis, cigarettes and other electronic items into the booth.

– The candidate camps will be set up 200 meters from the polling station.

– There will be no unnecessary gathering of candidates in the camp.

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