Election, voters, Covid 19, block, center – voters showed enthusiasm, 65.98 percent turnout

To tie. The chaos and the cruel heat of the corona infection did not stand in the way of the three-stage Panchayat election. This is the reason for the formation of the government of the village of Abki, on Thursday the votes in the polling stations were heavily polled. After last night’s vote, 65.98 percent of the district’s votes were polled. For the first time, the state election commission held elections for members of Gram Pradhan, DDC, BDC and Gram Panchayat at the same time.
In 2015, there were block-wise Panchayat elections in four phases. Here each phase consisted of two blocks. The poll in the fourth to last phase of the three-tier Panchayat election on April 29 (Thursday) found a decrease in the percentage due to the increasing prevalence of corona infections, but it has been reversed. Voters showed particular interest in the election of the village government during the 11-hour voting period. As soon as the electoral process began, long lines were drawn up in the polling stations. The graph of the percentage of votes increased during the day. However, there was a sluggish turnout in the afternoon.
In the evening the booths were overcrowded again and the late-night turnout reached 65.98. According to the administrative report, the Barokhar Bloc had the highest turnout of 67.92 percent of the eight blocks in the district, the Naraini Bloc with the second highest number of 67.05 percent and the Mahua Bloc with 67.04 percent on the third, while the lowest 63.36 percent of surveys were passed in the Jaspura block. In 2015 the elections for the Gram Panchayat took place in four phases. Each phase consisted of two blocks. In the last election, around 65 percent of the district’s votes were reported.
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Percentage of query in blocks —
Badokhar Khurd Block -67.92 percent poll, Naraini-67.05, Mahua-67.04, Tindwari-66.97, Kamasin-65.06, Baberu-64.39, Bisanda-63.99, Jaspura-63, 36, average total 65.98 percent.
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Gram Pradhan-469, District Panchayat Member (DDC) -30, Kshetra Panchayat Member (BDC) -750, Gram Panchayat Member-6153, Overall Candidate -11,535
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As the villages get stronger, the land gets stronger too
Young voters voted for the village government for the first time – all heads
Samvad News Agency
To tie. Educated youth vigorously voted for the village government. The girls who cast their votes for the first time in the polling stations were delighted. The daughters who voted at various polling stations said they should vote for the development of the village, not in the name of caste and religion. If the villages are strong, the land and states will be strong too.
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Photo introduction-21: Aarti Devi.
She is casting a vote for the first time. She would like to choose the village government, which would give time for the village to develop. Help the villagers by not leading Pradhan from Ruab.
Aarti, Patwan village
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Photo introduction-22-Nisha Singh
Only educated people have to register in order to promote the development of the village. It was the first time she came to the vote. I am glad I had the opportunity to elect a good public representative.
-Nisha Singh, Mahokhar Village
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Photo introduction-24-Saadia
Unhappy with the arrangements, educated girls from the village also took part in the vote. Saadia of Gyora Moghli, who was elected for the first time, said that if the village government is formed and formed, then development will be good too. She has come to vote with a similar thinking.
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Photo introduction-23: Jyoti and Swati
Jyoti and Swati, who came to the vote for the first time, said the vote was very enthusiastic. Only the candidate who receives the development work will vote first. If the village is strong, the land will be strong too. With this in mind, she committed herself to being part of democracy.

To tie. The chaos and cruel heat of the corona infection did not hinder the vote in the three-stage Panchayat elections. This is the reason for the formation of the government of the village of Abki, on Thursday the votes in the polling stations were heavily polled. After last night’s vote, 65.98 percent of the district’s votes were polled. For the first time, the state election commission held elections for members of Gram Pradhan, DDC, BDC and Gram Panchayat at the same time.

In 2015, there were block-wise Panchayat elections in four phases. Here each phase consisted of two blocks. In the vote on April 29 (Thursday) in the fourth to last phase of the three-tier Panchayat election, the percentage fell due to the increasing prevalence of corona infections, but it was reversed. Voters showed particular interest in the election of the village government during the 11-hour voting period. As soon as the electoral process began, long queues were installed in the polling stations. The graph of the percentage of votes increased during the day. However, there was a sluggish turnout in the afternoon.

In the evening the booths were overcrowded again and the late-night turnout reached 65.98. According to the administrative report, the Barokhar Bloc had the highest turnout of 67.92 percent of the eight blocks in the district, the Naraini Bloc with the second highest number of 67.05 percent and the Mahua Bloc with 67.04 percent on the third, while the lowest 63.36 percent was polls happen in the Jaspura block. In 2015 the elections for the Gram Panchayat took place in four phases. Each phase consisted of two blocks. In the last election, around 65 percent of the polls were reported across the district.

Commitment–

Percentage of query in blocks —

Badokhar Khurd Block -67.92 percent poll, Naraini-67.05, Mahua-67.04, Tindwari-66.97, Kamasin-65.06, Baberu-64.39, Bisanda-63.99, Jaspura-63, 36, average total 65.98 percent.

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Gram Pradhan-469, District Panchayat Member (DDC) -30, Kshetra Panchayat Member (BDC) -750, Gram Panchayat Member-6153, Overall Candidate -11,535

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As the villages get stronger, the land gets stronger too

Young voters voted for the village government for the first time – all heads

Samvad News Agency

To tie. Educated youth vigorously voted for the village government. The girls who cast their votes for the first time in the polling stations were delighted. The daughters who voted at various polling stations said they should vote for the development of the village, not in the name of caste and religion. If the villages are strong, the land and states will be strong too.

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Photo introduction-21: Aarti Devi.

She is casting a vote for the first time. She would like to choose the village government, which would give time for the village to develop. Help the villagers by not leading Pradhan from Ruab.

Aarti, Patwan village

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Photo introduction-22-Nisha Singh

Only educated people have to register in order to promote the development of the village. It was the first time she came to the vote. I am glad I had the opportunity to elect a good public representative.

-Nisha Singh, Mahokhar Village

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Photo introduction-24-Saadia

Unhappy with the arrangements, educated girls from the village also took part in the vote. Saadia of Gyora Moghli, who was elected for the first time, said that if the village government is formed and formed, then development will be good too. She has come to vote with a similar thinking.

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Photo introduction-23: Jyoti and Swati

Jyoti and Swati, who came to the vote for the first time, said the vote was very enthusiastic. Only the candidate who receives the development work will vote first. If the village is strong, the land will be strong too. With this in mind, she committed herself to being part of democracy.

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