Fatehpur News, Civic Endowment – Voters crossing the boat to vote

Fatehpur In the three-stage Panchayat elections, the glamor of democracy was seen as staggering. Voters crossed the river by boat and reached the booths to cast their votes. Many people crossed the river on foot and many by bike.
Voters from the Berinari village of Devmai block first crossed the Pandu River by boat and then walked two kilometers to reach the polling station. The village of Berinari is at the other end of the Pandu River, it is the majra of Galatha Gram Panchayat.
Polling stations are not being built in this village due to the lack of government buildings. That is why polling stations are being built for the voters here in the village of Galatha. The distance from Galatha village by road is approximately 15 km and you have to cross the border with Kanpur to get there. Voters here are forced to go to Galatha to vote on every election. From a vehicle, voters must reach Galatha via the village of Chikwali via Kanpur Sikthia and Domanpur.
On the other hand, after crossing the Pandu River, which flows by boat, you have to reach the stand on an uneven path by two kilometers. Vinod Kumar from the village went out to vote with his wife Roop Devi along with Ramesh, Ramlal Nishad and Ramjanaki on the Panchayat elections. After crossing the river by boat, they reached the booth after walking two kilometers.
It is not only that there are roughly 375 voters who have to vote this way. Voters said it would have been better if a booth had been set up in the village during the elections. Because of this, many people cannot reach the voting booth. Nobody has paid any attention to this problem yet.

Fatehpur In the three-stage Panchayat elections, the glamor of democracy was seen as staggering. Voters crossed the river by boat and reached the booths to cast their votes. Many people crossed the river on foot and many by bike.

Voters from the Berinari village of Devmai block first crossed the Pandu River by boat and then walked two kilometers to reach the polling station. The village of Berinari is at the other end of the Pandu River, it is the majra of Galatha Gram Panchayat.

Polling stations are not being built in this village due to the lack of government buildings. That is why polling stations are being built for the voters here in the village of Galatha. The distance from Galatha village by road is approximately 15 km and you have to cross the border with Kanpur to get there. Voters here are forced to go to Galatha to vote on every election. From a vehicle, voters must reach Galatha via the village of Chikwali via Kanpur Sikthia and Domanpur.

On the other hand, after crossing the village of Pandu, which flows by boat, you have to reach the beach on an uneven path by two kilometers. Vinod Kumar from the village went out to vote with his wife Roop Devi along with Ramesh, Ramlal Nishad and Ramjanaki on the Panchayat elections. After crossing the river by boat, they reached the booth after walking two kilometers.

He is not alone, there are roughly 375 voters who have to vote this way. Voters said it would have been better if a booth had been set up in the village during the elections. Because of this, many people cannot reach the voting booth. Nobody has paid any attention to this problem yet.

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