Civic Agencies – Panchayat Election: Poll Today

Shahjahanpur. Voting for the various posts in the three-stage Panchayat elections begins on Thursday at 7:00 a.m. Polling stations for this were sent to polling stations on Wednesday. During the departure of the polling stations, the Dr. Sudama Prasad Vidya Sthali complex built in the counting center of the Bhavalkheda block office, a large crowd. In the meantime, the social distance has been reduced.
More than 16,000 candidates are competing for membership in 47 districts of Zila Panchayat, Pradhan in 1,069 gram Panchayats, and members in 12,951 districts and BDC posts in 1,169 districts of Kshetra Panchayat. These include 9,606 candidates for the village head, 5441 from the BDC and 781 for Zilla Panchayat membership posts. According to the 1452 voting booths and 3051 voting booths, polling stations with four employees each were formed. Block-by-block reserve polling stations were also set up for emergencies. Security guards and electoral staff arrived at the counting center starting this morning to leave the booths. The administration has identified 302 stand-sensitive, 259 highly sensitive and 167 highly sensitive stands of the Plus category and deployed additional police forces to carry out fair votes there.
At the pandal, separate arrangements were made so that members of the polling stations could sit as they were designated, but at nine in the morning the crowd was so overcrowded that the pandal was overcrowded. As the competition for compulsory acceptance, including ballot boxes and other voting material, increased, long lines began to appear in front of the counters. Later, employees had to grind their foreheads to find the members of their team. On the other hand, the people in front of the counters were so close together that social distance became meaningless. Meanwhile, on the orders of DM Indra Vikram Singh and SP S Anand who reached the inspection, the electoral staff showed readiness for the electoral parties to depart, but the crowd continued until after 2pm.
During this time, Pramod Shukla, husband of Anganwadi worker Manjula Shukla, who came to electoral service from Hardayal Kuncha in Puwaan, passed out in the Pandal. Manjula met other officials, including the sector magistrate, and asked him to cut his duty. To leave Bhavalkheda’s booth, teacher Priyanka Mishra was seen holding the ballot in one hand and the hand of Shreyan’s two-year-old son in the other. When asked, Priyanka said in a tone of voice that the teacher had left her son’s house for duty in her husband’s puwana, but had not cut the duty even after telling the authorities about the problem. All voters reached their designated stands after 5.15 p.m.
The vote will take place on Thursday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. All employees of the electoral party wear masks in the polling stations and booths. For this they were also provided with Corona Kia with a spray bottle, mask and disinfectant. Instructions were given not to allow any voter to enter the polling station without a mask. Voting and security staff take responsibility for maintaining a two-meter distance between queued voters.
– Girijesh Kumar Chaudhary, District Vice Electoral Officer (Panchayat) / ADM Finance

Shahjahanpur. Voting for the various posts in the three-stage Panchayat elections begins on Thursday at 7:00 a.m. The relevant polling stations were sent to the polling stations on Wednesday. During the departure of the polling stations, the Dr. Sudama Prasad Vidya Sthali complex built in the counting center of the Bhavalkheda block office, a large crowd. In the meantime, the social distance has been reduced.

More than 16,000 candidates compete for membership in 47 districts of Zila Panchayat, Pradhan in 1,069 gram Panchayats, and members in 12,951 districts and BDC posts in 1,169 districts of Kshetra Panchayat. These include 9,606 candidates for the village chief, 5441 from the BDC and 781 for Zilla Panchayat membership posts. According to the 1,452 voting booths and 3,051 voting booths, polling stations were formed with four employees each. Block-by-block reserve polling stations were also set up for emergencies. Security guards and electoral staff also arrived at the counting center in the morning to exit the booths. The administration has identified 302 stand-sensitive, 259 highly sensitive and 167 highly sensitive stands of the Plus category and deployed additional police forces to carry out fair votes there.

At the pandal, separate arrangements were made to allow members of the polling stations to sit as they were designated, but by 9 a.m. the crowd was so overcrowded that the pandal was overcrowded. As competition for the service, including ballot boxes and other voting material, increased, long lines began to appear in front of the counters. Later, employees had to grind their foreheads to find the members of their team. On the other hand, the people in front of the counters were so close together that social distance became meaningless. Meanwhile, on the orders of DM Indra Vikram Singh and SP S Anand who reached the inspection, the electoral staff showed readiness for the electoral parties to depart, but the crowd continued until after 2pm.

During this time, Pramod Shukla, husband of Anganwadi worker Manjula Shukla, who came to electoral service from Hardayal Kuncha in Puwaan, passed out in the Pandal. Manjula met other officials, including the sector magistrate, and asked him to cut his duty. To leave Bhavalkheda’s booth, teacher Priyanka Mishra was seen holding the ballot in one hand and the hand of Shreyan’s two-year-old son in the other. When asked, Priyanka said in a tone of voice that the teacher had left her son’s house for duty in her husband’s puwana, but had not cut the duty even after telling the authorities about the problem. All voters reached their designated stands after 5.15 p.m.

The vote will take place on Thursday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. All employees of the electoral party wear masks in the polling stations and booths. For this they were also provided with Corona Kia with a spray bottle, mask and disinfectant. Instructions were given not to allow any voter to enter the polling station without a mask. Voting and security personnel take responsibility for maintaining a two-meter distance between queued voters.

– Girijesh Kumar Chaudhary, District Vice Electoral Officer (Panchayat) / ADM Finance

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