Development, hardoi News, villege, 833 Pradhan, took the oath – 833 princes took the oath of development in the district

Hardoi. Newly elected village chiefs swore their oath of office and secrecy on Tuesday. The virtual oath was taken with Corona’s transition in mind, but in some places there was a compulsion to take the oath at the level of Nyaya Panchayat due to a connectivity failure.
DPRO Girish Chandra said that on the first day all 833 princes were instructed to take an oath. The remaining 10 will be sworn in today.
According to the representative of Mallawan, in view of the covid infection, a virtual meeting of the village chiefs was held at the level of Nyaya Panchayat and the oath was taken. BDO Pramod Singh Chandrol, in charge, said 35 out of 54 Pradhans were sworn in.
According to the Shahabad representative, only 38 heads and grams of panchayat members out of 83 grams of panchayats have been virtually sworn oath of office and secrecy.
ADO Panchayat Nitant Rastogi etc. were present here. According to the Todarpur representative, videoconferencing and the newly elected Head of Gram Sabha Todarpur, Shyambabu Trivedi aka Shyamu, etc., took the oath to the leaders of 53 grams of Sabhas.
BDO Rishi Pal Singh was present here. A virtual swearing-in ceremony of 54 gram panchayats organized in 72 gram panchayats by Sandila. District auditor Dwijes Chandra managed the virtual oath via mobile phone as the district judge’s designated officer.
According to the Sandi representative, 31 princes were sworn in online. The oath was sworn to the newly elected heads of 23 grams of Panchayats from the Harpalpur bloc.
The district’s probation officer, Sushil Kumar Singh, took the oath online for the princes and their 256-gram panchayat members. BDO Dr. Santosh Verma and ADO Panchayat Ramesh Dixit were present here.
According to the fifty-two delegates, 46 village chiefs had taken the oath. Shailendra Kumar Gupta, the responsible BDO Rajendra Shriwas and ADO Panchayat Kaushalendra Bharti took the oath to 46 village chiefs.
Some female heads were symbolically sworn in directly. During this time the chiefs were Panchayat secretaries Mohit Pathak, Lakshmi Narayan Verma, Ankita, Akansha, Anuj etc., including Shamim Bano, Gurulal, Prem Kumar.
According to the representative of Bilgram, the chief of Gram Panchayat Dhondhin, Archan Pawan Kashyap, and 14 members of Gram Panchayat have taken the oath of office and secrecy in Panchayat Bhavan by Shiv Om Bajpai VDO.
According to the Pihani representative, 32 village chiefs were given a virtual oath on Tuesday. Two village chiefs Mehndi Hasan from Karimnagar and Rajesh Kumar from Wajidnagar were sworn in in the block office.
According to the representative from Baghauli, Pranab Pathak, the oath of office and secrecy, the oath of office and secrecy was taken to the leaders of 27-gram panchayats of the Ahirori block.
According to the Sawaijpur representative, engineer Pawan Kumar Singh from the minor irrigation department took the oath to the princes in the Bharkhani development block in a virtual manner. Secretary Vikas Agnihotri took the oath of office and secrecy to the newly elected Pradhan Vijay Pawar of Sawaijpur and Gram Panchayat members, including Kamala Devi in ​​Pandeypur.
Connectivity failed, virtual could not happen
Madhouganj Due to the lack of online virtual connectivity for the village leader and his members, the manual oath was taken by the Gram Panchayat Officer and the Village Development Officer. Of the 77-gram panchayats of the development block, 59-gram panchayats with two-thirds of the members were unable to take virtual oaths online.
The elected members of the village were given virtual curse orders, together with the newly elected Pradhan Ramsharan from Selapur, Bhaisimau to Gayatri Devi, Badhanwa to Suresh, Perna to Shivendra from Nyaya Panchayat Padana Lakhanpur.
When development officer Nandni Gupta only received the connection at 12 noon, he took the oath of office to 4 leaders and 30 members. In the Bhai Bhai Nyaya Panchayat, the Gram Panchayat officer Satish Kumar took the oath to the elected chief Sushila Devi from Khemipur, Saroj Kumar from Mohdinpur, Sarfuddinpur Kirti Devi, Ruknapur Sanjay Devi, Bhai Bhai Ashok Kumar and elected members. He was not sworn in because he was held in the chosen main prison in Panchayat Hasanpur Jyoli Village. The members of this village were sworn in.

Hardoi. Newly elected village chiefs swore their oath of office and secrecy on Tuesday. The virtual oath was taken with Corona’s transition in mind, but in some places there was a compulsion to take the oath at the level of Nyaya Panchayat due to a connectivity failure.

DPRO Girish Chandra said that on the first day all 833 princes were instructed to take an oath. The remaining 10 will be sworn in today.

According to the representative of Mallawan, in view of the covid infection, a virtual meeting of the village chiefs was held at the level of Nyaya Panchayat and the oath was taken. BDO Pramod Singh Chandrol, in charge, said 35 out of 54 Pradhans were sworn in.

According to the Shahabad representative, only 38 heads and grams of panchayat members out of 83 grams of panchayats have been virtually sworn oath of office and secrecy.

ADO Panchayat Nitant Rastogi etc. were present here. According to the Todarpur representative, videoconferencing and the newly elected head of Gram Sabha Todarpur, Shyambabu Trivedi aka Shyamu, etc., the oath was taken to the leaders of 53 grams of Sabhas.

BDO Rishi Pal Singh was present here. A virtual swearing-in ceremony of 54 gram panchayats organized in 72 gram panchayats by Sandila. District auditor Dwijes Chandra managed the virtual oath via mobile phone as the district judge’s designated officer.

According to the Sandi representative, 31 princes were sworn in online. The oath was sworn to the newly elected heads of 23 grams of Panchayats from the Harpalpur bloc.

The district’s probation officer, Sushil Kumar Singh, took the oath online for the princes and their 256-gram panchayat members. BDO Dr. Santosh Verma and ADO Panchayat Ramesh Dixit were present here.

According to the fifty-two delegates, 46 village chiefs had taken the oath. Shailendra Kumar Gupta, the responsible BDO Rajendra Shriwas and ADO Panchayat Kaushalendra Bharti took the oath to 46 village chiefs.

Some female heads were symbolically sworn in directly. During this time the chiefs were Panchayat secretaries Mohit Pathak, Lakshmi Narayan Verma, Ankita, Akansha, Anuj etc., including Shamim Bano, Gurulal, Prem Kumar.

According to the representative of Bilgram, the chief of Gram Panchayat Dhondhin, Archan Pawan Kashyap, and 14 members of Gram Panchayat have taken the oath of office and secrecy in Panchayat Bhavan by Shiv Om Bajpai VDO.

According to the Pihani representative, 32 village chiefs were given a virtual oath on Tuesday. Two village chiefs Mehndi Hasan from Karimnagar and Rajesh Kumar from Wajidnagar were sworn in in the block office.

According to the representative from Baghauli, Pranab Pathak, the oath of office and secrecy, the oath of office and secrecy was taken to the leaders of 27-gram panchayats of the Ahirori block.

According to the Sawaijpur representative, engineer Pawan Kumar Singh from the minor irrigation department took the oath to the princes in the Bharkhani development block in a virtual manner. Secretary Vikas Agnihotri took the oath of office and secrecy to the newly elected Pradhan Vijay Pawar of Sawaijpur and Gram Panchayat members, including Kamala Devi in ​​Pandeypur.

Connectivity failed, virtual could not happen

Madhouganj Due to the lack of online virtual connectivity for the village leader and his members, the manual oath was taken by the Gram Panchayat Officer and the Village Development Officer. Of the 77-gram panchayats of the development block, 59-gram panchayats with two-thirds of the members were unable to take virtual oaths online.

The elected members of the village were given virtual curse orders, together with the newly elected Pradhan Ramsharan from Selapur, Bhaisimau to Gayatri Devi, Badhanwa to Suresh, Perna to Shivendra from Nyaya Panchayat Padana Lakhanpur.

When development officer Nandni Gupta only received the connection at 12 noon, he took the oath of office to 4 leaders and 30 members. In the Bhai Bhai Nyaya Panchayat, the Gram Panchayat officer Satish Kumar took the oath to the elected chief Sushila Devi from Khemipur, Saroj Kumar from Mohdinpur, Sarfuddinpur Kirti Devi, Ruknapur Sanjay Devi, Bhai Bhai Ashok Kumar and elected members. He was not sworn in because he was held in the chosen main prison in Panchayat Hasanpur Jyoli Village. The members of this village were sworn in.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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