Fir, Jalaun-Nachrichten, Kalpi – Report on 18 absent workers

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Kalpi. Ashwani Singh, block development officer of the Maheva block, has filed a complaint in Kalpi Kotwali against 18 government employees who are not on duty in the Panchayat elections without prior notice. BDO gave a tahrir at the police station and announced that 18 employees, including cashier Jai Singh from the Conch Indian Bank branch, were absent from the Panchayat electoral service without prior notice. Kotwali Chief Inspector RK Singh said an FIR was registered against all 18 employees under the Public Representation Act.
Let me tell you that on April 26th, the district held a poll on three-stage Panchayat elections. On April 25, personnel who were on electoral duty in the Maheba block were supposed to reach Kalpi Galla Mandi. BDO Ashwani Singh gave a Tahrir in Kotwali and said that 18 employees who are active in the electoral service, Jai Singh, Hitendra Singh, Kamlesh Kushwaha, Satendra Singh, Sharad, Piyush, Subodh Dwivedi, Sivakali, Soma Khare, Snehlata, Ganesh Prasad and Sultan Singh are. Tausif Ali, Subodh Singh, Kailash Chandra, Rakesh Verma, Anand Kumar, Ashok Verma etc. did not have to vote. Not only that, although there was gross negligence, no information was given and no contact was made with an officer. Kotwali said an FIR has been registered against all 18 employees charged on the basis of Tahrir under the Public Representation Act of 134.

Kalpi. Ashwani Singh, block development officer of the Maheva block, has filed a complaint in Kalpi Kotwali against 18 government employees who are not on duty in the Panchayat elections without prior notice. BDO gave a tahrir at the police station and announced that 18 employees, including cashier Jai Singh from the Conch Indian Bank branch, were absent from the Panchayat electoral service without prior notice. Kotwali Chief Inspector RK Singh said an FIR was registered against all 18 employees under the Public Representation Act.

Let me tell you that on April 26th, the district held a poll on three-stage Panchayat elections. On April 25, personnel who were on electoral duty in the Maheba block were supposed to reach Kalpi Galla Mandi. BDO Ashwani Singh gave a Tahrir in Kotwali and said that 18 employees who work in the electoral service are Jai Singh, Hitendra Singh, Kamlesh Kushwaha, Satendra Singh, Sharad, Piyush, Subodh Dwivedi, Sivakali, Soma Khare, Snehlata, Ganesh Prasad and Sultan Singh are. Tausif Ali, Subodh Singh, Kailash Chandra, Rakesh Verma, Anand Kumar, Ashok Verma etc. did not have to vote. Not only that, although there was gross negligence, no information was given and no contact was made with an officer. Kotwali said an FIR has been registered against all 18 employees charged on the basis of Tahrir under the Public Representation Act of 134.

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