Counting – Now advocates postponing counting

Rae Bareli The vote took place amid the growing threat of Corona. Many teachers and staff on duty were infected and there were deaths. Now the preparations in which teachers and staff are deployed are counted.
Affected teachers and personnel organizations have started to campaign for the postponement of the vote count. In a letter to the commissioner for state elections, Uttar Pradesh, the Union of Block Education Officers called for the counting of votes to be postponed.
In a letter to State Election Commissioner Virendra Kumar Kanaujia, the Provincial Secretary-General of the Block Education Officer Union Uttar Pradesh (former Association of School Inspectors of Uttar Pradesh), who was stationed in the district, urged it to do so in light of the increasing coronavirus outbreak on Nov. May The counting of the votes should be postponed.
The relatives of the Block Education Officers, teachers and other staff who died of corona infection should receive compensation of Rs 50 lakh. In his letter, Mr. Kanaujia said that due to the lack of adequate medical system and failure to follow Corona’s guidelines, there is a high chance of infection as the corona epidemic is currently taking on a terrifying form in the state.
The teachers’ union also demanded
The Senior District Vice President of the Primary Teachers Association, Ajay Pratap Singh, has also sent a letter to the State Election Commission demanding that the count of the Panchayat elections be postponed.
He has said that during the Panchayat election process, officers, teachers and staff involved in the electoral party performed their duties honestly. During this time, many people were infected and deaths occurred. This created an atmosphere of great pain and great fear. Therefore, the vote count should be postponed, giving priority to human compassion.
The training is offered online
State Organization Minister and District President Shivshankar Singh of the National Academic Federation has called for online training instead of gathering crowds to count. He said that after the vote, many teachers fell to Corona, many people are infected. More than just votes emerged from the transition training. Counting must now be trained by gathering the crowd back together as before. Online training should be conducted to protect teachers from infection.
Precautions should be taken for safety reasons
In a letter to the DM on Wednesday, Ravindra Kumar Srivastava, chairman of the Joint Council of State Employees, said that precautions should be taken to protect state employees hired to count Kovid-19 so that employees feel safe . He said staff should be examined before being used for the vote count. Employees suffering from any illness of any kind should be excluded from the count.

Rae Bareli The vote took place amid the growing threat of Corona. Many teachers and staff on duty were infected and there were deaths. Now the preparations in which teachers and staff are deployed are counted.

Affected teachers and personnel organizations have started to campaign for the postponement of the vote count. In a letter to the state election commissioner in Uttar Pradesh, the Block Education Officer Union demanded that the counting of votes be postponed.

In a letter to State Election Commissioner Virendra Kumar Kanaujia, the Provincial Secretary-General of the Block Education Officer Union Uttar Pradesh (formerly Uttar Pradesh School Inspectors Association), which is stationed in this district, said in light of the increasing outbreak of the corona epidemic that will take place on May 2nd The counting of the votes should be postponed.

The relatives of the Block Education Officers, teachers and other staff who died of corona infection should receive compensation of Rs 50 lakh. In his letter, Mr Kanaujia said that due to the lack of adequate medical system and failure to follow Corona’s guidelines, there is a high likelihood of infection as the corona epidemic is currently taking on a terrifying form in the state.

The teachers’ union also demanded

The Senior District Vice President of the Primary Teachers Association, Ajay Pratap Singh, has also sent a letter to the State Election Commission demanding that the count of the Panchayat elections be postponed.

He has said that during the Panchayat election process, officers, teachers and staff involved in the electoral party performed their duties honestly. During this time, many people were infected and deaths occurred. This created an atmosphere of great pain and great fear. Therefore, the vote count should be postponed, giving priority to human compassion.

The training is offered online

State Organization Minister and District President Shivshankar Singh of the National Academic Federation has called for online training instead of gathering crowds to count. He said that after the vote, many teachers fell to Corona, many people are infected. The transition from voting is due to training. Counting must now be trained by gathering the crowd back together as before. Online training should be conducted to protect teachers from infection.

Precautions should be taken for safety reasons

In a letter to the DM on Wednesday, Ravindra Kumar Srivastava, chairman of the Joint Council of State Employees, said that precautions should be taken to protect state employees hired to count Kovid-19 so that employees feel safe . He said staff should be examined before being used to count the votes. Employees suffering from any illness of any kind should be excluded from the count.

.

Leave a Reply