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Chitrakoot. In five blocks of the district, 31 nomination papers for the block chief elections from Wednesday were bought.
Sadar deputy district judge IAS Pooja Yadav said that the post of Karvi Sadar Block Pramukh was reserved for women from backward classes. On Wednesday, block chief candidate Gomti Singh bought Ms. Gulab Singh, a resident of Banwaripur, two sets, Mamta Singh Ms. Sunil Kumar, resident of Khuta, Ramdulari Ms. Phoolchandra, and Maya Devi, Mrs. Rajesh Kumar, resident of Amanpur, bought a set of nomination papers. 12 nomination papers were purchased for the post of head of the unrestricted mound block. In the Chaura-based former district president BJP Late. Jaivijay’s daughter-in-law Aruna Singh, former chairwoman of the cooperative bank Sushil Dwivedi, Pramod Dwivedi, Priya Pandey, Hariballabh Pandey and Satyaprakash each bought two nomination papers. Geeta from Ahiri, Parvati from Khandeha bought one set, and Sushila Devi bought two sets for the post of Mau block chief, which was reserved for women of the Scheduled Caste.
For the post of full bloc chief in Manikpur, Vandana bought nomination papers in one sentence and Arvind Raliha and Awadhesh Tripathi in three sentences each. Only one Gangadhar Mishra bought the newspaper in three sentences for the post of absolute block chief of Ramnagar.

Chitrakoot. In five blocks of the district, 31 nomination papers for the block chief elections from Wednesday were bought.

Sadar deputy district judge IAS Pooja Yadav said that the post of Karvi Sadar Block Pramukh was reserved for women from backward classes. On Wednesday, block chief candidate Gomti Singh bought Ms. Gulab Singh, a resident of Banwaripur, two sets, Mamta Singh Ms. Sunil Kumar, resident of Khuta, Ramdulari Ms. Phoolchandra, and Maya Devi, Mrs. Rajesh Kumar, resident of Amanpur, bought a set of nomination papers. 12 nomination papers were purchased for the post of head of the unrestricted mound block. In the Chaura-based former district president BJP Late. Jaivijay’s daughter-in-law Aruna Singh, former chairwoman of the cooperative bank Sushil Dwivedi, Pramod Dwivedi, Priya Pandey, Hariballabh Pandey and Satyaprakash each bought two nomination papers. Geeta from Ahiri, Parvati from Khandeha bought one set, and Sushila Devi bought two sets for the post of Mau block chief, which was reserved for women of the Scheduled Caste.

For the post of full bloc chief in Manikpur, Vandana bought nomination papers in one sentence and Arvind Raliha and Awadhesh Tripathi in three sentences each. Only one Gangadhar Mishra bought the newspaper in three sentences for the post of absolute block chief of Ramnagar.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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