By election – 18863, voters will decide the fate of the President of Nagar Panchayat

Barabanki Up to 11 candidates will fight for the office of president in Nagar Panchayat Banki on Tuesday. A total of 18,863 voters from 13 districts will decide their fate. There are 9,616 male and 9,247 female voters. Eight polling stations and 23 polling stations were set up for the by-election. Voting begins at these stands at seven in the morning. To this end, the electoral party was sent to the Rural Development Agency DRDA on Monday.
On Monday, 23 polling stations were sent out to vote under the direction of returnees Dr. Markandeya to conduct elections. Polling stations that left with ballot papers, ballot papers, etc. from the Agency for Rural Development DRDA. The duty of four employees was imposed on one stand.
For security reasons, two police officers were installed at a stand. The vote starts at 7 a.m. on Tuesday morning and lasts until 6 p.m. 23 stands were set up for voting. After the vote, the votes will be counted on May 6th from eight in the morning until the work is finished.
These candidates are on site
Anoop Kumar, Sabiha Itrat, Archana Mishra, Irfana Khatoon, Fazal Haq, Bhavani Sahai, Mamta Singh, Rinke Singh, Shahenoor, Satish and Sanjeev are fighting for the office of president. In it, Anoop Kumar from the BJP and Sabiha from the Samajwadi Party contest.
The vote will take place here
Hall and room number two of the community center. Nagar Panchayat Banki Office Room Number One & Two, Three. In two places below the prison line. Two places in the former municipal area of ​​the secondary school. Uttar Tola Banki Primary School Room number one, two, three and four. Railway procession house station room number one and two. Police station at two locations in Banki. Room number one and two in North Tola Girls’ Elementary School. Railway procession house room number one and two. Nagar Banki office in two places near the south wall.

Barabanki Up to 11 candidates will fight for the office of president in Nagar Panchayat Banki on Tuesday. A total of 18,863 voters from 13 districts will decide their fate. There are 9,616 male and 9,247 female voters. Eight polling stations and 23 polling stations were set up for the by-election. Voting begins at these stands at seven in the morning. To this end, the electoral party was sent to the Rural Development Agency DRDA on Monday.

On Monday, 23 polling stations were sent out to vote under the direction of returnees Dr. Markandeya to conduct elections. Polling stations that left with ballot papers, ballot papers, etc. from the Agency for Rural Development DRDA. The duty of four employees was imposed on one stand.

For security reasons, two police officers were installed at a stand. The vote starts at 7 a.m. on Tuesday morning and lasts until 6 p.m. 23 stands were set up for voting. After the vote, the votes will be counted on May 6th from eight in the morning until the work is finished.

These candidates are on site

Anoop Kumar, Sabiha Itrat, Archana Mishra, Irfana Khatoon, Fazal Haq, Bhavani Sahai, Mamta Singh, Rinke Singh, Shahenoor, Satish and Sanjeev are fighting for the office of president. In it, Anoop Kumar from the BJP and Sabiha from the Samajwadi Party contest.

The vote will take place here

Hall and room number two of the community center. Nagar Panchayat Banki Office Room Number One & Two, Three. In two places below the prison line. Two places in the former municipal area of ​​the secondary school. Uttar Tola Banki Primary School Room number one, two, three and four. Railway train house station room number one and two. Police station at two locations in Banki. Room number one and two in North Tola Girls’ Elementary School. Railway procession house room number one and two. Nagar Banki office in two places near the south wall.

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