Kannauj, kannauj News – Candidates came to take corona samples nearby

Chhibramau There was a rush of candidates to get a pass for the counting of the three-stage Panchayat elections to be held on May 2nd. The candidates were furious at being given a passport. At the block headquarters, 650 were issued for the post of head and 30 passports for the post of Gramm Panchayat member. The candidates are also made on Saturday.
After meeting on Friday at the district headquarters, the RO and ARO reached the block headquarters and began building the pass. After the corona sampling, the candidate arrived with the report of his negative. Only one pass was made for the counting of votes for Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat member and Kshetra Panchayat member. The candidates could bring themselves or one of their supporters close. RO Shivmohan Singh said that 650 for the director’s post and 30 passports for the Gram Panchayat member’s post had been handed over by Friday evening. He announced that the candidates will also be made with the candidates on Saturday.
No corona report is required to count the votes
RO Shivamangal Singh said it was not necessary for the corona report to be negative in order to get the vote count. Candidates who do not have a negative report will also be dealt with them. The thermal screening of the candidate or his supporter who goes to the counting site on May 2 is done first, and then his oxygen level is also measured with a pulse oximeter. Candidates are only allowed to go to the counting station if everything is normal.
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The fate of 760 prime minister candidates is at stake
In the three-tier Panchayat elections, the fates of 760 candidates, 504 Kshetra Panchayat members and 102 candidates from Gram Panchayat members are at stake in the head of 96 grams of Panchayats of the Development Bloc. Three BDC candidates were elected unopposed. At the same time, 684 unopposed candidates were elected for the office of Gram Panchayat member. There are currently 399 Gram Panchayat member vacancies.

Chhibramau There was a rush of candidates to get a pass for the counting of the three-stage Panchayat elections to be held on May 2nd. The candidates were furious at being given a passport. At the block headquarters, 650 were issued for the post of head and 30 passports for the post of Gramm Panchayat member. The candidates are also made on Saturday.

After meeting on Friday at the district headquarters, the RO and ARO reached the block headquarters and began building the pass. After the corona sample, the candidates arrived with the report of their negative. Only one pass was made for the counting of votes for Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat member and Kshetra Panchayat member. The candidates could bring themselves or one of their supporters close. RO Shivmohan Singh said that 650 for the director’s post and 30 passports for the Gram Panchayat member’s post had been handed over by Friday evening. He announced that the candidates will also be made on Saturday.

No corona report is required to count the votes

RO Shivamangal Singh said it was not necessary for the corona report to be negative in order to get the vote count. Candidates who do not have a negative report are also dealt with them. The thermal screening of the candidate or his supporter who goes to the counting site on May 2 is done first, and then his oxygen level is also measured with a pulse oximeter. Candidates are only allowed to go to the counting station if everything is normal.

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The fate of 760 prime minister candidates is at stake

In the three-tier Panchayat elections, the fates of 760 candidates, 504 Kshetra Panchayat members and 102 candidates from Gram Panchayat members are at stake in the head of 96 grams of Panchayats of the Development Bloc. Three BDC candidates were elected unopposed. At the same time, 684 unopposed candidates were elected for the office of Gram Panchayat member. There are currently 399 Gram Panchayat member vacancies.

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