Election – voter turnout of 70.06 percent with strict security

Unnao. The three-stage Panchayat election was chosen on Monday under strict security precautions with sporadic incidents. This sealed the fate of around 25,000 candidates who tried their luck in the electoral field in ballot papers. Now, on May 2nd, their fate will be decided after the votes have been counted. Overall, the vote was passed in a peaceful manner. The special thing is that in the midst of the fear of the corona infection, there was a rain of votes during the vote. Around 1648 polling stations had registered 70.6 percent polling stations by the evening. In the last election, the turnout was 63.3 percent. This time the turnout was six percent higher than last time.
Voting began in all polling stations on Monday morning from seven o’clock in the middle of a chalk arrangement. Even after the corona transition, voters came out of the house and used the election to reach polling stations. In many centers there were long queues of voters from morning to evening. All voters who reached the voting booth at 6 p.m. were elected. For this reason, voting in the Adampur Faizullanagar of Auras development block continued until 8 p.m. The same situation occurred at many stalls in Ganjamuradabad. Ballot papers could only be sealed at several booths in Bangarmau at eight o’clock. Because of this, there was a record turnout. However, the officials informed about 70.6 percent of the votes by 7.30 p.m. The responsible control room and additional judge Ankit Shukla said that voting in several centers could lead to a slight increase in the vote by the evening.
The booths where the vote was closed at seven o’clock in the evening. The chairmen there sealed the ballot and took it to the vault they had built in the blocks. This sealed the fate of around 25,000 candidates in ballot papers. During this time, there was chaos in collecting ballots in vaults. There was an electrical problem in many rooms. Because of this, there have been some problems with hoarding boxes. At the same time, some employees had to deal with the problems of the vehicles due to the time it took to pick up the boxes. During this time, the situation of traffic jams persisted as the number of vehicles in several blocks increased at the same time.
Six lakh voters did not vote
The total number of voters in the three-tier Panchayat election was 20.65 lakh. Only 70.6 percent of voters exercised their right to vote in the election process on Monday. At the same time, more than six lakh voters did not leave their homes to vote.

Unnao. The three-stage Panchayat election was chosen on Monday under strict security precautions with sporadic incidents. This sealed the fate of around 25,000 candidates who tried their luck in the electoral field in ballot papers. Now, on May 2nd, his fate will be decided after the votes have been counted. Overall, the vote was passed in a peaceful manner. The special thing is that there was a rain of votes in the middle of the fear of the corona infection. Around 1648 polling stations had registered 70.6 percent polling stations by the evening. In the last election, the turnout was 63.3 percent. This time the turnout was six percent higher than last time.

Voting began in all polling stations on Monday morning from 7 a.m. amid agreements with chalk chains. Even after the corona transition, voters came out of the house and used the right to vote to reach the polling stations. In many centers there were long queues of voters from morning to evening. All voters who reached the voting booth at 6 p.m. were elected. For this reason, the voting continued until 8 p.m. in the Adampur Faizullanagar of the Auras development block. The same situation occurred at many stalls in Ganjamuradabad. Ballot papers could only be sealed at several booths in Bangarmau at eight o’clock. Because of this, there was a record turnout. However, the officials informed about 70.6 percent of the votes by 7.30 p.m. The control room in charge and the additional judge Ankit Shukla said that voting in multiple centers can lead to a slight increase in the voting percentage by the evening.

The booths where the vote was closed at seven o’clock in the evening. The chairmen there sealed the ballot and took it to the vault that they had built in the blocks. This sealed the fate of around 25,000 candidates on ballot papers. During this time there was chaos in collecting ballot papers in vaults. There was an electrical problem in many rooms. Because of this, there have been some problems with hoarding boxes. At the same time, some employees also had to deal with the problems of the vehicles due to the time it took to collect the boxes. During this time, the situation of traffic jams persisted as the number of vehicles in several blocks increased at the same time.

Six lakh voters did not vote

The total number of voters in the three-tier Panchayat election was 20.65 lakh. Only 70.6 percent of voters exercised their right to vote in the election process on Monday. At the same time, more than six lakh voters did not leave their homes to vote.

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