Gave the loser the certificate of victory – gave the loser the certificate of victory

Khetasarai / Baraipar. The vote count was caused by the negligence of the staff. The candidate for the post won by the Modela village in the Shahganj block lost, but when it came to the inspector, the RO investigated after his intervention and gave the correct candidate the certificate of victory.
The vote count on the Sarvodaya Inter College Khodouli campus was carried out in the village of Barur Nyaya Panchayat in Modela under the supervision of the ARO, with observers and staff counting. Santosh Kumar Yadav received 956 votes for the office of Prime Minister while Arvind received 861 votes. Santosh won by 95 votes, but the RO did not give him an official certificate. When victorious candidate Santosh went to RO room to get the certificate of victory, he was told that he had lost 100 votes. When they heard this, the candidates who won were satisfied. Khetasarai SO Rajesh Kumar Yadav noted the room and took the matter seriously. He asked RO Anil Kumar Verma to see the result again. After that, the RO examined the result, then the negligence in counting the staff was revealed. He gave the certificate to candidate Santosh Kumar, who immediately won. On the other hand, Vivek and Jitendra were candidates in stations 1 through 7 and 5 through 11 of the Sahijadpur First BDC of the Machilishahar block. Vivek received 348 votes and Jitendra received 347 votes. The winner certificate was wrongly given to the loser Jitendra. The mistake was recognized when the victorious candidate Vivek came along. By then, the losers had left the BDC with Jitendra’s certificate. The second letter of greeting was reissued. RO Suresh Maurya said that the certificate was accidentally given to the losing candidate, it has been corrected.

Khetasarai / Baraipar. The vote count was caused by the negligence of the staff. The candidate for the post won by the Modela village in the Shahganj block lost, but when it came to the inspector, the RO investigated after his intervention and gave the correct candidate the certificate of victory.

The vote count on the Sarvodaya Inter College Khodouli campus was carried out in the village of Barur Nyaya Panchayat in Modela under the supervision of the ARO, with observers and staff counting. Santosh Kumar Yadav received 956 votes for the office of Prime Minister while Arvind received 861 votes. Santosh won by 95 votes, but the RO did not give him an official certificate. When victorious candidate Santosh went to RO room to get the certificate of victory, he was told that he had lost 100 votes. When they heard this, the candidates who won were satisfied. Khetasarai SO Rajesh Kumar Yadav noted the room and took the matter seriously. He asked RO Anil Kumar Verma to see the result again. After that, the RO examined the result, then the negligence in counting the staff was revealed. He gave the certificate to candidate Santosh Kumar, who immediately won. On the other hand, Vivek and Jitendra were candidates in stations 1 through 7 and 5 through 11 of the Sahijadpur First BDC of the Machilishahar block. Vivek received 348 votes and Jitendra received 347 votes. The winner certificate was wrongly given to the loser Jitendra. The mistake was recognized when the victorious candidate Vivek came along. By then, the losers had left the BDC with Jitendra’s certificate. The second letter of greeting was reissued. RO Suresh Maurya said that the certificate was accidentally given to the losing candidate, it has been corrected.

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