Hurry to take the agent pass – Hurry to take the agent pass

Gyanpur The work of issuing agent ID cards for the counting of the Panchayat elections has started. The pass was issued by all block offices on Monday. Crowds of candidates and supporters crowded all the blocks for the pass. The situation on the blocks was such that the crowd forgot to keep the rule of physical distance to prevent corona infection. From Corona, fearless people clung to the windows.
The counting of the votes in the Panchayat elections will take place on May 2nd. A passport will be issued so that candidates can keep track of the vote count. Nobody is allowed to enter the counting location without counting. The candidates and their supporters arrived at the Collectorate and Block Headquarters on Monday morning. At 10 a.m., hundreds of people gathered on the block. The form was made available to people from a single desk on the block, filled out, and returned to say it would come the next day.
The block offices of Gyanpur and Digh huddled in the crowd to count the votes. Candidates and members from Gram Pradhan to District and Area Panchayat Membership Post reached and issued the passport. The crowd remained immersed in the premises of the blocks throughout the day. Similarly, in other blocks there was a queue of people for the agent passport. Deputy election officer Panchasthani DS Shukla said it was forbidden to move cell phones to lighters inside the counting stations to be set up in the block offices. This means that no person is allowed to enter nearby.

Gyanpur The work of issuing agent ID cards for the counting of the Panchayat elections has started. The pass was issued by all block offices on Monday. Crowds of candidates and supporters crowded all the blocks for the pass. The situation on the blocks was such that the crowd forgot to keep the rule of physical distance to prevent corona infection. From Corona, fearless people clung to the windows.

The counting of the votes in the Panchayat elections will take place on May 2nd. A passport will be issued so that candidates can keep track of the vote count. Nobody is allowed to enter the counting location without counting. Starting Monday morning, the candidates and their supporters arrived at the Collectorate and Block Headquarters. At 10 a.m., hundreds of people gathered on the block. The form was made available to people from a single desk on the block, filled out, and returned to say it would come the next day.

The block offices of Gyanpur and Digh huddled in the crowd to count the votes. Candidates and members from Gram Pradhan to district and area Panchayat members reached and issued the passport. The crowd remained immersed in the premises of the blocks throughout the day. Similarly, in other blocks there was a queue of people for the agent passport. Deputy election officer Panchasthani DS Shukla said it was forbidden to transport cell phones to lighters inside the counting stations to be set up in the block offices. This means that no person is allowed to enter nearby.

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