Bulandshahr News – 713 heads and 815 BDC members elected in Bulandshahr

713 leaders and 815 BDC members elected in Bulandshahr.
Bulandshahr The counting of the votes for the three-day Panchayat election lasted until Monday evening for the second day in a row. During this time, the results of the head of 713 grams of panchayats in the district and the BDC candidates from 815 stations could be published until eight o’clock at night. The counting of votes for the outcome of the remaining contributions will continue.
On April 29, voting was held for candidates from 52 districts of District Panchayats, Pradhans in 940-gram Panchayats, 1314 BDC Districts, and 12,154-gram Panchayat Districts. The counting of votes for all contributions began on Sunday at eight o’clock in the morning. The counting of votes continued all day on Sunday and all day on Monday. On the first day that Pradhan’s result of 213 grams of panchayats was published, the results of 713 grams of Pradhan were published by eight o’clock on Monday evening. The results of 227 grams of Pradhan and 500 BDC stations are still pending. On the other hand, the DM continued to travel to several areas during the Matganna work to take stock of the situation. The counting of votes in all 16 blocks of the district, including the city, continued on Monday. The count in only 16 of the Gulavathi block ended at 12:00 noon on Thursday.
Covid rules are being violently torn apart
Bulandshahr / Khanpur. To celebrate the victory in many villages in the district, many princes violently violated the rules of Kovid-19. Many candidates even held a victory procession in the villages by obeying the rules. The candidates and supporters who won at the counting station of the DAV Inter College in Sadar Tehsil violated the Covid protocol violently. In addition to violating social distancing, many people have also been seen without a mask. At the same time, the victorious head Sanjay Kumar returned after winning the Sikri village of the Jahangirabad Development Bloc. The covid rules enacted in the procession were violently torn apart. At the same time, the responsible broadcaster Naresh Sharma said that no candidate should celebrate the matter.

713 leaders and 815 BDC members elected in Bulandshahr.

Bulandshahr The counting of the votes for the three-day Panchayat election lasted until Monday evening for the second day in a row. During this time, the results of the head of 713 grams of panchayats in the district and the BDC candidates from 815 stations could be published until eight o’clock at night. The counting of votes for the outcome of the remaining contributions will continue.

On April 29, candidates were elected for 52 districts of District Panchayats, Pradhans in 940-gram Panchayats, 1314 BDC Districts, and 12,154-gram Panchayat Districts. The counting of votes for all contributions began on Sunday at eight o’clock in the morning. The counting of votes continued all day on Sunday and all day on Monday. On the first day that Pradhan’s result of 213 grams of panchayats was published, the results of 713 grams of Pradhan were published by eight o’clock on Monday evening. The results of 227 grams of Pradhan and 500 BDC stations are still pending. On the other hand, the DM continued to travel to several areas during the Matganna work and took stock of the situation. The counting of votes in all 16 blocks of the district, including the city, continued on Monday. The count in only 16 of the Gulavathi block ended at 12:00 noon on Thursday.

Covid rules are being violently torn apart

Bulandshahr / Khanpur. To celebrate the victory in many villages in the district, many princes violently violated the rules of Kovid-19. Many candidates even held a victory procession in the villages by obeying the rules. The candidates and supporters who won at the counting station of the DAV Inter College in Sadar Tehsil violated the Covid protocol violently. In addition to violating social distancing, many people also appeared without a mask. At the same time, the victorious head Sanjay Kumar returned after winning the Sikri village of the Jahangirabad Development Bloc. The covid rules enacted in the procession were violently torn apart. At the same time, the responsible broadcaster Naresh Sharma said that no candidate should celebrate the matter.

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