Counting tomorrow, preparations completed – Counting tomorrow, preparations completed

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Baliya. The counting of the votes for the three-stage Panchayat election is expected to take place on May 2 in 17 locations in the district. In this context, the preparations have been completed by the district administration. A large number of forces were deployed to ensure that the vote count was carried out peacefully. In the panchayat election on April 26, various posts were elected in 940-gram panchayats from a total of 17 blocks in the district. For certain reasons, however, there will be re-elections in seven polling stations on May 1st. The district administration has completed the preparations for the counting of these votes. The votes are counted in a total of 17 places. In order to guarantee security and peace at the counting location, an inspector is appointed to be responsible for each counting location. A total of 17 inspectors will be deployed in this way. At the same time, 652 main police officers were used to count in two shifts. Apart from that, police officers are stationed at four tables every day, two days and two nights. A total of 34 sub-inspectors, 34 chief police officers and 102 police officers are attached to the outer box. Similarly, a total of 34 sub-inspectors, 34 chief policemen and 102 policemen are also placed on the inner box. During the day and night two police officers are stationed at the RO table. Two police officers are stationed at each counting location to make parking arrangements. In addition, the staff of the LIU department is dropped off in civilian clothes at the counting station. While a sub-inspector, a chief policeman, four policemen and PAC staff are stationed at the main gate. Two police officers and firefighters escort the equipment in each circle to bring and carry the ballot. With this information, the additional superintendent of the police, Sanjay Kumar, stated that all preparations for the vote count had been completed. This will not be negligent.

Baliya. The counting of the votes for the three-stage Panchayat election is expected to take place on May 2 in 17 locations in the district. In this context, the preparations have been completed by the district administration. A large number of forces were deployed to ensure that the vote count was carried out peacefully. In the panchayat election on April 26, various posts were elected in 940-gram panchayats from a total of 17 blocks in the district. For certain reasons, however, there will be re-elections in seven polling stations on May 1st. The district administration has completed the preparations for the counting of these votes. The votes are counted in a total of 17 places. In order to guarantee security and peace at the counting location, an inspector is appointed to be responsible for each counting location. A total of 17 inspectors will be deployed in this way. At the same time, 652 main police officers were used to count in two shifts. Apart from that, at every Nyay Panchayatwar, police officers are stationed at four tables for two days and two nights. A total of 34 sub-inspectors, 34 chief police officers and 102 police officers are attached to the outer box. Similarly, a total of 34 sub-inspectors, 34 chief policemen and 102 policemen are also placed on the inner box. During the day and night two police officers are stationed at the RO table. Two police officers are stationed at each counting location to make parking arrangements. In addition, the staff of the LIU department is dropped off in civilian clothes at the counting station. While a sub-inspector, a chief policeman, four policemen and PAC staff are stationed at the main gate. Two police officers and fire fighters escort the equipment in each circle to bring and carry the ballot. With this information, the additional superintendent of the police, Sanjay Kumar, stated that all preparations for the vote count had been completed. This will not be negligent.

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