Elections – Votes are formed today to form the village government

Ghazipur The voters reached the respective polling stations on Wednesday with voting material for the vote on Thursday as part of the three-stage Panchayat election. During this time, staff got into trouble due to the chaos in many places. Votes are cast for various posts in the district’s 16 development blocks. Muhammadabad: Polling stations went to polling stations on the grounds of Shaheed Smarak Government College on Wednesday. The sunlight avoidance system at the departure point was inadequate. A fairly light tent was installed. The material workers were also disturbed by the heat. The tent had neither a fan nor a cooler. Instead of tents in which goods were transported, the staff adjusted the ballet paper, etc. that was under the trees. In front of the college, trucks were lined up on the main Ghazipur-Muhammadabad road on which the electoral party set off for their destination that afternoon. Deputy Collector Rajesh Kumar Gupta, District Judge Rajeev Kumar Dwivedi, RO Satyaprakash and BDO Virender Singh Polling continued to send polling stations to the polling stations.
Kasimabad: From the count of the development block to the starting point of the electoral parties, there was resentment among the candidates who contested the election together with the employees. The tents were unable to provide shade for the staff. It took hours for the employees working in the electoral service to reconcile ballot papers and goods. The workers were stunned by the scorching heat and sunshine. Previously, the National Inter College voted from the departure of the staff to the counting of the votes. Because of the shady trees in front of dozens of rooms, the agents and supporters counting with the staff from nowhere had problems. This time, their supporters will have difficulty counting the votes with the candidates.
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Family standing with letter to cut duty
Mohammadabad At the time of the polling stations in Shaheed Smarak Government College, the family members of many RO Satyaprakash employees stood with the request for duty to reduce tariffs. When a woman who was on electoral service was hospitalized, an employee was in isolation due to a corona infection. For legitimate reasons, the duty was imposed by the reserved employees in place of the employees unable to perform their duty.

Ghazipur The voters reached the respective polling stations on Wednesday with voting material for the vote on Thursday as part of the three-stage Panchayat election. During this time, staff got into trouble due to the chaos in many places. Votes are cast for various posts in the district’s 16 development blocks. Muhammadabad: Polling stations went to polling stations on the grounds of Shaheed Smarak Government College on Wednesday. The sunlight avoidance system at the departure point was inadequate. A fairly light tent was installed. The material workers were also disturbed by the heat. The tent had neither a fan nor a cooler. Instead of tents with objects, the staff sat under the trees and matched the ballot etc. In front of the college trucks were queuing on the main street Ghazipur-Muhammadabad, on which the electoral party set out for the destination in the afternoon. Deputy Collector Rajesh Kumar Gupta, District Judge Rajeev Kumar Dwivedi, RO Satyaprakash and BDO Virender Singh Polling continued to send polling stations to the polling stations.

Kasimabad: From the counting of the development block to the starting point of the electoral parties, there was resentment among the candidates who contested the election together with the staff. The tents were unable to provide shade for the staff. It took hours for the employees working in the electoral service to reconcile ballot papers and goods. The staff were stunned by the scorching heat and sunlight. Previously, the National Inter College voted from the departure of the staff to the counting of the votes. Because of the shady trees in front of dozens of rooms, the agents and supporters counting with the staff from nowhere had problems. This time, their supporters will have difficulty counting the votes with the candidates.

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Family standing with letter to cut duty

Mohammadabad At the time of the departure of the polling stations at Shaheed Smarak Government College, the family members of many RO Satyaprakash employees were standing with the application for duty to reduce tariffs. When a woman who was on electoral service was hospitalized, an employee was in isolation due to a corona infection. For legitimate reasons, the duty was imposed by the reserved employees in place of the employees unable to perform the duty.

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