Election – Mandalayukta and other officials, including DIG, took stock of polling stations

Shravasti. On Thursday, the Mandalayukta inspected polling stations with the DIG to conduct the three-stage Panchayat elections in a fair, peaceful manner and literally obey the Corona protocol. Meanwhile, he appealed to the corona protocol and instructed subordinates to comply with it. At the same time, other district officials went to various polling stations to check the system. Where the shortcomings found in his presence were immediately eliminated.
The Police Inspector General of Devipatan Circle Gonda reached Shravasti along with Dr. Rakesh Singh and Division Commissioner SVS Rangarao. Where a tour of the polling stations for three-stage Panchayat elections took place and an inventory of the voting and security system was carried out. In the meantime he reached the Nanthapurwa Elementary School, the Jaichandrapur Kathagra Elementary School and the Bhitti Composite School and took stock of the situation there. During this time, the staff on duty also gave the necessary guidelines. Police personnel have also been instructed to take special precautions in view of the covid-19 epidemic. In strict instructions to the booth agents it is also stated that all booth agents are responsible if disruptions or malfunctions occur at the booth during the voting.
Anyone who takes legal action will be punished. During this time, Mandalayukta and DIG appealed to all voters present at the stand to adopt social distancing and peaceful voting in order to protect against covid-19. On the other hand, the additional superintendent of Police, BC Dubey, visited polling stations in the district with a large number of police officers, including Pandepurwa and Hardatt Nagar Girant, and took stock of the security arrangements. Meanwhile, he instructed everyone to vote with a mask. On the other hand, while showing her commitment at the booth, CO City Hausla Prasad voted for the sick elderly voter by giving support. Meanwhile, he visited polling stations in Parsa, Janakinagar, Shivgarh Kala, Tilakpur etc. and took stock of the security arrangements. He also gave the staff on duty the necessary guidelines. Deputy District Judge Ikauna Rajesh Kumar Mishra inspected the voting booth in Katra Gulharia, Ekona, with District Judge Ikona MP Sharma and the police and gave the necessary instructions to those affected.

Shravasti. On Thursday, the Mandalayukta inspected polling stations with the DIG to conduct the three-stage Panchayat elections in a fair, peaceful manner and literally obey the Corona protocol. Meanwhile, he appealed to the corona protocol and instructed subordinates to comply with it. At the same time, other district officials went to various polling stations to check the system. Where the shortcomings found in his presence were immediately eliminated.

The Police Inspector General of Devipatan Circle Gonda reached Shravasti along with Dr. Rakesh Singh and Division Commissioner SVS Rangarao. Where a tour of the polling stations for three-stage Panchayat elections took place and an inventory of the voting and security system was carried out. In the meantime he reached the Nanthapurwa Elementary School, the Jaichandrapur Kathagra Elementary School and the Bhitti Composite School and took stock of the situation there. During this time, the staff on duty also gave the necessary guidelines. Police personnel have also been instructed to take special precautions in view of the covid-19 epidemic. In strict instructions to the booth agents it is also stated that all booth agents are responsible if disruptions or malfunctions occur at the booth during the voting.

Anyone who takes legal action will be punished. During this time, Mandalayukta and DIG appealed to all voters present at the stand to adopt social distancing and peaceful voting in order to protect against covid-19. On the other hand, the additional superintendent of Police, BC Dubey, visited polling stations in the district with a large number of police officers, including Pandepurwa and Hardatt Nagar Girant, and took stock of the security arrangements. Meanwhile, he instructed everyone to vote with a mask. On the other hand, while showing her commitment at the booth, CO City Hausla Prasad voted for the sick elderly voter by giving support. Meanwhile, he visited polling stations in Parsa, Janakinagar, Shivgarh Kala, Tilakpur etc. and took stock of the security arrangements. He also gave the staff on duty the necessary guidelines. Deputy District Judge Ikauna Rajesh Kumar Mishra inspected the voting booth in Katra Gulharia, Ekona, with District Judge Ikona MP Sharma and the police and gave the necessary instructions to those affected.

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