Chunav – Counting of the Panchayat elections in two shifts at 227 tables

Pilibhit. After the completion of the three-stage Panchayat elections, preparations were made for the counting of votes from May 2nd. There are 227 tables for counting votes in seven blocks. 2740 employees will count the votes in two shifts. The count lasts 24 hours from eight in the morning. Ten percent of employees are kept in reserve when the votes are counted.
After the elections, the administration started to prepare for the counting of votes. In all blocks, 2740 employees are used to count at 227 tables. There are a total of 227 tables, including 73 in Amaria 33, Barkheda 22, Bilsanda 24, Bisalpur 23, Lalaurikheda 21, Marauri 28, Puranpur. The votes will be counted from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. for the next 24 hours. Five employees are placed in a table. Apart from that, ten percent of the employees remain in reserve when counting votes. A representative of the candidate will be admitted during the counting of votes. Either the candidate himself or his agent can be sent. Only one pass is issued for this. Counting staff will be trained in counting on April 30th in the Mandi Committee. DDO Yogendra Kumar Pathak said preparations for the vote count have started. Five employees are deployed on a table. The work will be carried out according to the guidelines for Kovid 19.
SDM checks and knows the precautions for counting
The SDM oversaw the Mandi Committee and prepared for the vote count on May 2nd. The subordinates received the necessary guidelines. On the other hand, the candidates were busy contacting senior executives regarding the vote count.
After electoral fatigue disappeared, a round of win-loss statistics began in the villages. The candidates and their supporters, who stayed away from the fight during the vote, also present their numbers and claim their victory. The administration was preparing to count the votes. The barricade began on Wednesday in a youth section of the Mandi Committee. SDM Rajendra Prasad said the vote would be counted at 76 tables. Nyaya Panchayat high tables are installed. According to Gramm Panchayats, tables are set up in each Nyaya Panchayat. The maximum of eight tables are located in Raghunathpur Nyaya Panchayat. The assemblies were tested after the inspection.

Pilibhit. After the completion of the three-stage Panchayat elections, preparations were made for the counting of votes from May 2nd. There are 227 tables for counting votes in seven blocks. 2740 employees will count the votes in two shifts. The count lasts 24 hours from eight in the morning. Ten percent of employees are kept in reserve when the votes are counted.

After the elections, the administration started to prepare for the counting of votes. In all blocks, 2740 employees are used to count at 227 tables. There are a total of 227 tables, including 73 in Amaria 33, Barkheda 22, Bilsanda 24, Bisalpur 23, Lalaurikheda 21, Marauri 28, Puranpur. The votes will be counted from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. for the next 24 hours. Five employees are placed in a table. Apart from that, ten percent of the employees remain in reserve when counting votes. A representative of the candidate will be admitted during the counting of votes. Either the candidate himself or his agent can be sent. Only one pass is issued for this. Counting staff will be trained in counting in the Mandi Committee on April 30th. DDO Yogendra Kumar Pathak said preparations for the vote count have started. Five employees are deployed on a table. The work will be carried out according to the guidelines for Kovid 19.

SDM checks and knows the precautions for counting

The SDM oversaw the Mandi Committee and prepared for the vote count on May 2nd. The subordinates received the necessary guidelines. On the other hand, the candidates were busy contacting senior executives regarding the vote count.

After electoral fatigue disappeared, a round of win-loss statistics began in the villages. The candidates and their supporters, who stayed away from the fight during the vote, also present their numbers and claim their victory. The administration was preparing to count the votes. The barricade began on Wednesday in a youth section of the Mandi Committee. SDM Rajendra Prasad said the vote would be counted at 76 tables. Nyaya Panchayat high tables are installed. According to Gramm Panchayats, tables are set up in each Nyaya Panchayat. The maximum of eight tables are located in Raghunathpur Nyaya Panchayat. The assemblies were tested after the inspection.

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