Election – DM-SP inspected the polling stations and saw the arrangements

Mahoba Preparations for the counting of the Panchayat elections have intensified. There are only three days left for the votes to be counted. On Wednesday, district collector Satyendra Kumar and police superintendent Arun Kumar Srivastava and officers inspected the counting stations and saw the arrangements. Meanwhile, the DM directed the barricade to the counting location in order to find different routes for shuttle traffic.
The first phase of the Panchayat elections in the district took place on April 15th. After the vote, the ballot papers were kept in a strong room for four blocks. The votes will be counted on May 2nd. The administration has started to prepare for it. On Wednesday, DM-SP conducted a terrestrial inspection of the counting stations of the Government Polytechnic Charkhari, the Counting Center of the Jaitpur Block, the Government Polytechnic Kulpahar, the Nehru Inter College Panwadi, the Panwadi Block Block, the Government Polytechnic College Mahoba and the Charkhari Block of Kabrai Blocks through.
During this time, the barricades at the counting stations, the type of movement and the police service, etc. were checked. It was instructed that no people should be near the counting location. Special precautions should be taken for this. No person should be admitted without identification. Additional district judges RS Verma, CO-City Rampravesh Rai, Kotwali officer Anoop Kumar Dubey etc. were present at the inspection.

Mahoba Preparations for the counting of the Panchayat elections have intensified. There are only three days left for the votes to be counted. On Wednesday, district collector Satyendra Kumar and police superintendent Arun Kumar Srivastava and officers inspected the counting stations and saw the arrangements. Meanwhile, the DM directed the barricade to the counting location in order to find different routes for shuttle traffic.

The first phase of the Panchayat elections in the district took place on April 15th. After the vote, the ballot papers were kept in a strong room for four blocks. The votes will be counted on May 2nd. The administration has started to prepare for it. On Wednesday, DM-SP conducted a terrestrial inspection of the counting stations of the Government Polytechnic Charkhari, the Counting Center of the Jaitpur Block, the Government Polytechnic Kulpahar, the Nehru Inter College Panwadi of the Panwadi Block, the Government Polytechnic College Mahoba and the Charkhari Block of the Kabrai Block.

During this time, the barricades at the counting stations, the type of movement and the police service, etc. were checked. It was instructed that no people should be in the vicinity of the counting location. Special precautions should be taken for this. No person should be admitted without identification. Additional district judges RS Verma, CO-City Rampravesh Rai, Kotwali officer Anoop Kumar Dubey etc. were present at the inspection.

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