Covid 19 Test – Significance of the Corona Investigation Report When Counting

Badaun When the votes to be held on May 2 were counted, the mandatory corona test certificate was abolished. The first candidates and their representatives had to submit a negative report about Corona 72 hours before entering the counting station. In such a situation, the corona test centers were overcrowded. Now the obligation to certify the certificate has been abolished.
The count of the Panchayat elections is scheduled for May 2nd in the district. Training of the staff for counting votes has started. In addition, work is being done to issue counting passes for the candidates and their agents in the block headquarters. Candidates were upset about the requirement for a coronation ID and corona exam certificate for admission to the counting site, but now the District Assistant Electoral Officer / ADM Ritu Punia has removed that imperative. To issue a passport, candidates and their representatives are not required to provide certificates related to the Korana examination. The votes are counted in the block headquarters. Those who have won the posts of Zilla Panchayat member will receive the winning certificate at the district headquarters. In addition, certificates are issued to members of Gram Pradhan, Kshetra and Gram Panchayat at the block headquarters.
The results are not uploaded to the website
Up until now the administration had plans to upload the election results to the website, but now it has changed too. Now the election results are no longer uploaded to the website. After the votes have been counted, the election results will only be announced in the block headquarters. The counting of votes begins on May 2nd at 8 a.m. For this purpose, the personnel requirement was introduced in two shifts.
The District Election Commissioner has abolished the mandatory 72 hour advance corona investigation report for candidates and agents during the vote count. Candidates and their representatives who do not have an investigation report will also receive an entry at the counting point. – Pramendra Singh Patel, district assistant election officer

Badaun When counting the votes to be held on May 2nd, the compulsory corona test certificate was abolished. The first candidates and their representatives had to submit a negative report about Corona 72 hours before entering the counting station. In such a situation, the corona test centers were overcrowded. Now the obligation to certify the certificate has been abolished.

The count of the Panchayat elections is scheduled for May 2nd in the district. Training of the staff for counting votes has started. In addition, work is being carried out on issuing counting passes for the candidates and their agents in the block headquarters. Candidates were upset about the requirement for a coronation ID and corona exam certificate to enter the counting site, but now the District Assistant Electoral Officer / ADM Ritu Punia has removed that requirement. To issue the passport, it is not mandatory for candidates and their representatives to present the Korana request certificate. The votes are counted in the block headquarters. Those who have won the posts of Zilla Panchayat member will receive the winning certificate at the district headquarters. Certificates for members of Gram Pradhan, Kshetra and Gram Panchayat are also issued at the block headquarters.

The results are not uploaded to the website

Previously, the administration had plans to upload the election results to the website, but it has now changed too. Now the election results are no longer uploaded to the website. After the votes have been counted, the election results will only be announced in the block headquarters. The counting of votes begins on May 2nd at 8 a.m. For this, the duty of the workers was imposed in two layers.

The district election officer has abolished the mandatory corona investigation report for candidates and agents during the 72-hour advance count. Candidates and their representatives who do not have an investigation report will also receive an entry at the counting point. – Pramendra Singh Patel, district assistant election officer

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