Kasganj: Concerned about forgotten health in the government’s wish

Kasganj At the request of the village government, people have forgotten their health concerns. Once the Kovid-19 investigative report was rejected, the candidates and their proposed agents flocked to the development blocks for the vote count. Here they stay social distance. The fear of infection was not visible in them.
Kasganj Development Complex: 12 noon
– A lot of candidates and their agents seemed to get passports here. Although the passes did not start, the contestants and their agents discussed distance with each other after forgetting about social distance. Although the counters were closed, the crowd thronged. There was no fear of infection among people. Police and administration officials also did not seem to take the awareness seriously.
Sidhpura Development Complex: 12:30 p.m.
– There was a lot on the counter here. Passports were formed. Candidates and their representatives contacted the returnees after providing full details of the required format. When he reached the counter, he forgot to follow social distance. There were standing crowds next to each other. There were also crowds in the Photo State Shop outside the block to get the required format. The risk of infection seemed to be increasing.
Amampur Block Complex: 3 p.m.
– Amampur development block was overcrowded. The candidates and their agents gathered in the block office. The crowd gathered here after agents were given news of the May 2 vote count by Saturday. Here, too, social distance was not observed. Responsible also appeared nonchalant. BDO Ramayan Singh Yadav informed the candidates that the passport of the candidate and one of his agents would be issued.
– Candidates and their agents follow social distance. Applying the mask Vigilance is the prevention of infection. Awareness is a must with growing infections. – Ajay Kumar Srivastava, ADM.

Kasganj At the request of the village government, people have forgotten their health concerns. Once the Kovid-19 investigative report was rejected, the candidates and their proposed agents flocked to the development blocks for the vote count. Here they stay social distance. The fear of infection was not visible in them.

Kasganj Development Complex: 12 noon

– A lot of candidates and their agents seemed to get passports here. Although the passes did not start, the contestants and their agents discussed distance with each other after forgetting about social distance. Although the counters were closed, the crowd thronged. There was no fear of infection among people. Police and administration officials also did not seem to take the awareness seriously.

Sidhpura Development Complex: 12:30 p.m.

– There was a lot on the counter here. Passports were formed. Candidates and their representatives contacted the returnees after providing full details of the required format. When they reached the counter, they forgot to follow social distance. There were standing crowds next to each other. There were also crowds in the Photo State Shop outside the block to get the required format. The risk of infection seemed to be increasing.

Amampur Block Complex: 3 p.m.

– Amampur development block was overcrowded. The candidates and their agents gathered in the block office. The crowd gathered here after agents were given news of the May 2 vote count by Saturday. Here, too, social distance was not observed. Responsible also appeared nonchalant. BDO Ramayan Singh Yadav informed the candidates that the passport of the candidate and one of his agents would be issued.

– Candidates and their agents follow social distance. Applying the mask Vigilance is the prevention of infection. Awareness is a must with growing infections. – Ajay Kumar Srivastava, ADM.

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