Election, etawah News, 65.43 percent of the vote, Gram Panchyat member post – 65% turnout in the election for the Gram Panchayat member post

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Etawa. On Saturday the vote for the by-elections for 95 vacant Gram Panchayat members and one BDC member in the district took place. The elections were peaceful due to the tight security of the police.
The villagers also showed enthusiasm for the Gram Panchayat members’ vote. Around 65.43 percent of the survey values ​​were recorded in 59 cabins with 32-gram panchayats in four blocks.
After the vote, the fate of 195 BDC posts and 2 candidates was sealed in the ballot box. The counting of votes will take place on June 14th in the block headquarters.
Once the result of the vote count is established, the quorum of members in all 471-gram panchayats in the district is complete. The village governments will begin their work as soon as all panchayats are occupied by the heads.
According to Bakewar Samvad Pratinidhi, elections were held peacefully in 20 booths for 34 vacant members and one Kshetra panchayat member in the ten-gram panchayats of the Maheva block.
Tehsildar Bharthana reached May Force village because of the complaint of fraudulent voting in Gram Panchayat Sarai Narottam. Elections for 46 Panchayat District (BDCs) members of Ingurri village were held peacefully.
In the afternoon, Tehsildar Bharthana Harishchand, along with SSI Sanjay Dubey of the Maya Heavy Police, arrived at the agency that drew attention to information about fraudulent voting during the election of the Gram Panchayat member who was in charge of Gram Panchayat Sarai Narottam.
Balveer, a candidate for the post of member of Gram Panchayat, complained to SDM Bharthana, accusing the electoral party of falsification. Poonam, a candidate from ward number one, said there are 85 voters in her ward, 11 of whom are not present in the village.
By 4 p.m. 77 of 85 votes had been cast. He said that the electoral party, tolerated, inserted some fake votes from within. The Tehsildar urged people who allegedly allegedly falsified votes to challenge those votes.
Lady BDC had died after being elected from station number 46 in the Gram Panchayat Ingurri. In the by-elections that were held here, two candidates stood in battle.
The elections took place in polling stations 125 and 126. Lekhpal Sudhir Chaturvedi was present at the polling center with the police. By 3 p.m. at the Sarai Narottam polling station, the highest 85 percent vote of all 20 booths had taken place.
According to Bharthana Samvad Pratinidhi, the elections were peacefully held in 21 voting centers set up for the post of 31 gram Panchayat members of 11 grams Panchayat in the development block area. By 5 p.m. there was a turnout of 68.79 percent.
During the elections, Zonal Magistrate / SDM Hem Singh and CO Vijay Singh visited the polling stations and observed the peaceful election. Sector Judge / Naib Tehsildar Vishal Singh said the ballot boxes were kept under strict police security in the vault of the block office after the vote.
According to the representative from Saifai Samvad, over 15 vacancies were voted on in 10 booths in 5-gram panchayats of the block. About 65 percent of the voters made use of their right to vote here. 92-year-old Kituka Devi also got the voice in the Bhaupur village of the block.
According to the Chakarnagar Samvad Pratinidhi, elections were held here peacefully in 8 booths for the 15 vacant posts of 6-gram panchayats. District Judge Shruti Singh and SSP Dr. Brajesh Kumar Singh visited the polling stations.
In order to win the candidate on his side, he repeatedly sent rural voters to vote. In order to send the voters into the voting booth by late evening, the vote was done by telephone or in person.
Now all grams of panchayats are formed
In April’s general election for the Panchayats, no nominations were received for 2920 posts out of a total of 5903 gram Panchayat members in the district.
According to the vote count on May 2, when it came to the taking of the oath by the village heads, only 285 of 471 village heads could not take the oath. When the quorum of members was reached, only 186 village chiefs could take an oath.
After the nomination process for 2920 posts began, 2825 Gram Panchayat members were elected unanimously. But due to more than one nomination in 95 seats in four blocks, the vote was held on Saturday.

Etawa. On Saturday, the voting took place on the by-elections for 95 vacant Gram Panchayat members and one BDC member in the district. The elections were peaceful due to the strict security of the police.

The villagers also showed enthusiasm for the Gram Panchayat members’ vote. Around 65.43 percent of the survey values ​​were recorded in 59 cabins with 32-gram panchayats in four blocks.

After the vote, the fate of 195 BDC posts and 2 candidates was sealed in the ballot box. The counting of votes will take place on June 14th in the block headquarters.

Once the result of the vote count is established, the quorum of members in all 471-gram panchayats in the district is complete. The village governments will begin their work as soon as all panchayats are occupied by the heads.

According to Bakewar Samvad Pratinidhi, the elections were held peacefully in 20 booths for 34 vacant members and one Kshetra Panchayat member in the ten-gram panchayats of the Maheva block.

Tehsildar Bharthana reached May Force village because of the complaint of fraudulent voting in Gram Panchayat Sarai Narottam. Elections for 46 Panchayat District (BDCs) members of Ingurri village were held peacefully.

In the afternoon, Tehsildar Bharthana Harishchand, along with SSI Sanjay Dubey of the Maya Heavy Police, arrived at the agency that drew attention to information about fraudulent voting during the election of the Gram Panchayat member who was in charge of Gram Panchayat Sarai Narottam.

Balveer, a candidate for the post of member of Gram Panchayat, complained to SDM Bharthana, accusing the electoral party of falsification. Poonam, a candidate from ward number one, said there are 85 voters in her ward, 11 of whom are not present in the village.

By 4 p.m. 77 of 85 votes had been cast. He said that the electoral party, tolerated, inserted some fake votes from within. The Tehsildar urged people who allegedly alleged fake votes to challenge those votes.

Lady BDC had died after being elected from station number 46 in the Gram Panchayat Ingurri. In the by-elections that were held here, two candidates stood in battle.

The elections took place in polling stations 125 and 126. Lekhpal Sudhir Chaturvedi was present at the polling center with the police. By 3 p.m. at the Sarai Narottam polling station, the highest 85 percent vote of all 20 booths had taken place.

According to Bharthana Samvad Pratinidhi, the elections were peacefully held in 21 voting centers set up for the post of 31 gram Panchayat members of 11 grams Panchayat in the development block area. By 5 p.m. there was a turnout of 68.79 percent.

During the elections, Zonal Magistrate / SDM Hem Singh and CO Vijay Singh visited the polling stations and observed the peaceful election. Sector Judge / Naib Tehsildar Vishal Singh said the ballot boxes were kept under strict police security in the vault of the block office after the vote.

According to the Saifai Samvad representative, over 15 vacancies were voted on in 10 booths in 5-gram panchayats of the block. About 65 percent of the voters made use of their right to vote here. 92-year-old Kituka Devi also got the voice in the Bhaupur village of the block.

According to the Chakarnagar Samvad Pratinidhi, elections were held here peacefully in 8 booths for the 15 vacant posts of 6-gram panchayats. District Judge Shruti Singh and SSP Dr. Brajesh Kumar Singh visited the polling stations.

In order to win the candidate on his side, he repeatedly sent rural voters to vote. In order to send the voters into the voting booth by late evening, the vote was done by telephone or in person.

Now all grams of panchayats are formed

In April’s general election for the Panchayats, no nominations were received for 2920 posts out of a total of 5903 gram Panchayat members in the district.

According to the vote count on May 2, when it came to the taking of the oath by the village heads, only 285 of 471 village heads could not take the oath. When the quorum of members was reached, only 186 village chiefs could take an oath.

After the nomination process for 2920 posts began, 2825 Gram Panchayat members were elected unanimously. But due to more than one nomination in 95 seats in four blocks, the vote was held on Saturday.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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