Counting – Counting is done at 67 stalls in Unchahar and Rohanian

Unchahar (Rae Bareli). Preparations for the counting of the Panchayat elections of the Rohanian and Unchahar blocs have been completed. 15 tables are created in both blocks. In this case, the counting of votes will be completed in five cycles.
The votes are also counted. No candidate or agent may participate without submitting the covid test report. Strict security precautions have been taken in the counting rooms.
The enumeration is done in the Post Graduate College of the Government of Dr. Ambedkar in the Unchahar Block. The Rohanian Block census takes place at Panchsheel College. For the counting of Unchahar, 43 tables are placed in eight rooms of the Degree College.
Separate Nyaya Panchayats are counted at each counter. For the counting of the Rohanian block, 24 tables were set up in seven rooms. There is preparation to complete the five block vote count in both blocks.
Unchahar’s RO BM Shukla said candidates and their agents must submit a negative report on the corona within 72 hours to enter the counting location. Admission to the counting location is not permitted without a negative test report. At the time of counting, only one person in the candidate or agent remains at the counter.
Strong safeguards when counting votes, 20 points marked
Up The police have put in place extensive security measures to ensure the vote is counted. The police have prepared a roadmap to reach 20 points, including the entrance, barrier, parking lot and CCTV control room.
The police personnel are vigilantly guarded at every point. The polling booth of the police cell has taken strict security measures for the counting of votes. Police have set up 20 security points in the census complex, including the entrance to the graduate school’s maing gate, locking two places on the way, parking, an axis control room, a wireless control room, a CCTV control room and parking lots, etc. Kotwal Vinod Kumar Singh said, that the police will keep an eye on the counting point of the counting station. The surveillance is carried out with CCTV cameras. Police personnel are deployed on the doors and windows of the counting rooms.

Unchahar (Rae Bareli). Preparations for the counting of the Panchayat elections of the Rohanian and Unchahar blocs have been completed. 15 tables are created in both blocks. In this case, the counting of votes will be completed in five cycles.

The votes are also counted. No candidate or agent may participate without submitting the covid test report. Strict security precautions have been taken in the counting rooms.

The enumeration is done in the Post Graduate College of the Government of Dr. Ambedkar in the Unchahar Block. The Rohanian Block census takes place at Panchsheel College. For the counting of Unchahar, 43 tables are placed in eight rooms of the Degree College.

Separate Nyaya Panchayats are counted at each counter. For the counting of the Rohanian block, 24 tables were set up in seven rooms. There is preparation to complete the five block vote count in both blocks.

Unchahar’s RO BM Shukla said candidates and their agents must submit a negative report on the corona within 72 hours to enter the counting location. Admission to the counting location is not permitted without a negative test report. At the time of counting, only one person in the candidate or agent remains at the counter.

Strong safeguards when counting votes, 20 points marked

Up The police have put in place extensive security measures to ensure the vote is counted. The police have created a roadmap for 20 points including the entrance, barrier, parking lot and CCTV control room.

The police are kept vigilant at every point. The polling booth of the police cell has taken strict security measures for the counting of votes. Police have set up 20 security points in the census complex, including the entrance to the graduate school’s maing gate, locking two places on the way, parking, an axis control room, a wireless control room, a CCTV control room and parking lots, etc. Kotwal Vinod Kumar Singh said, that the police will keep an eye on the counting point of the counting station. The surveillance is carried out with CCTV cameras. Police personnel are deployed on the doors and windows of the counting rooms.

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