Counting is carried out on 42 tables – Counting is carried out on 42 tables, 210 employees are hired

The counting takes place at 42 tables, 210 employees are installed
Nyaya Panchayat with more booths will have more desks
16 AROs on Nyaya Panchayat, five employees at one table
Samvad News Agency
Dumriaganj. The votes cast in the Panchayat elections are counted at 42 tables. 210 employees were hired for this purpose. The vote will be counted on May 2nd at the People’s Inter College in Dumriaganj. The preparation of the vote count is in full swing.
Block development officer Sushil Kumar Agarhari said that employees whose duty is taken into account in the count must have a covid test. Five employees work at each table. This time the judiciary is not set up for panchayat tables. The Nyaya Panchayat, which will have more stalls, will use more tables for this. In addition, an ARO is used for each Nyaya Panchayat. The counting of votes begins at eight in the morning. The BDO said ballots from five Zilla Panchayat members, 115 Gram Pradhan and Kshetra Panchayat members, and Gram Panchayat members of the Dumariaganj block area will be counted.
The result of the village members will come first
First will come the results of the Gram Panchayat member. After that, the results of the posts will be received from Pradhan, BDC member and later Zilla Panchayat member. Ballot papers were placed in the strong rooms of People’s Inter College. The installation of bamboo bulls along with tables is carried out at the counting stations. The number of candidates for Gram Panchayat membership positions is low, as is undisputed elections in many places. In such a situation, the Gram becomes Panchayat member first, while in the end the result of Zila Panchayat member will come.

The counting takes place at 42 tables, 210 employees are installed

Nyaya Panchayat with more booths will have more desks

16 AROs on Nyaya Panchayat, five employees at one table

Samvad News Agency

Dumriaganj. The votes cast in the Panchayat elections are counted at 42 tables. 210 employees were hired for this purpose. The vote will be counted on May 2nd at the People’s Inter College in Dumriaganj. The preparation of the vote count is in full swing.

Block development officer Sushil Kumar Agarhari said that employees whose duty is taken into account in the count must have a covid test. Five employees work at each table. This time the judiciary is not set up for panchayat tables. The Nyaya Panchayat, which will have more stalls, will use more tables for this. In addition, an ARO is used for each Nyaya Panchayat. The counting of votes begins at eight in the morning. The BDO said ballots from five Zilla Panchayat members, 115 Gram Pradhan and Kshetra Panchayat members, and Gram Panchayat members of the Dumariaganj block area will be counted.

The result of the village members will come first

First will come the results of the Gram Panchayat member. After that, the results of the posts will be received from Pradhan, BDC member and later Zilla Panchayat member. Ballot papers were placed in the strong rooms of People’s Inter College. Work on installing bamboo bulls along with tables is carried out at the counting stations. The number of candidates for Gram Panchayat membership positions is low, as is uncontested elections in many places. In such a situation, the result of the Gram Panchayat member will come first, while the result of the Zila Panchayat member will come.

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