Commissioner asked for a report on the falsification of the electoral service – Commissioner asked for a report on the falsification of the electoral service in Balrampur

Gonda The fraud in the data entry of personnel for service in the three-stage Panchayat elections has now taken hold. The polling stations are to be sent to vote in the district on April 25th. Previously, there was one case in which data from teachers and staff from 12 subsidized schools were not fed in as part of the ongoing elective for manipulation.
The name of a teacher is also expressed in the urgent compulsory voting of around 150 employees. In response to a complaint from the school organization, the inspector summoned the full report by instructing the CDO Balrampur to initiate an investigation.
In this regard, a complaint made to the commissioner by the district president of the Uttar Pradesh Basic Teachers Association, Krishna Pratap Singh, alleged that no data feed was carried out by approximately 150 teachers and non-teaching staff from 12 grant junior high schools. The commissioner has taken note of the entire case and has ordered an investigation at CDO Balrampur.
There was also a problem with determining the electoral service in the district, as no personal information was available. It is alleged that the role of a teacher guide is seen as important by Balrampur when the staff is not being fed in the electoral service. For this reason, questions are also raised in the office of the finance and accountant Balrampur.
Deputy Director of Education Vinay Mohan Forest has also asked the BSA for information that no data feed will be made available to staff. The AD said that the data of all employees in the department was fed in by the BSA. Finance and accounting offices as well as school principals play a role in the data feed of supported schools. There were inquiries from the commissioner’s level. Balrampur CDO will investigate.

Gonda The fraud in the data entry of personnel for service in the three-stage Panchayat elections has now taken hold. The polling stations are to be sent to vote in the district on April 25th. There was previously one case in which data from teachers and staff from 12 subsidized schools were not fed in as part of the ongoing elective for manipulation.

The name of a teacher is also expressed in the urgent compulsory voting of around 150 employees. In response to a complaint from the school organization, the inspector summoned the full report by instructing the CDO Balrampur to investigate.

In this regard, a complaint made to the commissioner by the district president of the Uttar Pradesh Basic Teachers Association, Krishna Pratap Singh, alleged that no data feed was carried out by approximately 150 teachers and non-teaching staff from 12 grant junior high schools. The Commissioner has taken note of the whole matter and has ordered an investigation at CDO Balrampur.

There were also difficulties in determining the electoral service in the district because no personal information was available. It is alleged that the role of a teacher guide is seen by Balrampur as important when the staff is not being fed in the electoral service. For this reason, questions are also raised in the office of the finance and accountant Balrampur.

Deputy Director of Education Vinay Mohan Forest has also asked the BSA for information that no data feed will be made available to staff. The AD said that the data of all employees in the department was fed in by the BSA. Finance and accounting offices as well as school principals play a role in the data feed of supported schools. There were inquiries from the commissioner’s level. Balrampur CDO will investigate.

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