Matgarna Me Deri Per Lagayee Fatkaar – DM reprimanded for late count

Chitrakoot / Mau / Manikpur. The counting of the votes for the three-stage Panchayat elections continued on the second day. In many places, the DM reprimanded employees for the delay due to the chaos. In each case, instructions were given to complete the vote count by Monday evening. Especially from the trend of the post of Zilla Panchayat member to the evening there was a lot of uneasiness. The counting work in the Mau block went faster than the others and the work was finished by six o’clock on Monday evening. After that, the counting of votes in the mountain block area proceeded quickly. The work of Ramnagar and Manikpur was the slowest. As soon as the names of the head and the BDC winners were heard on the loudspeaker, the family and supporters who sat outside the counting location rejoiced.
The counting of the posts of 331 heads, 431 BDCs, 1045 gram Panchayat members and 17 Zilla Panchayat members in the five block areas of the district began on Sunday. In many places the counting of votes was very slow during the chaos, which is why no result of a Zilla Panchayat member could be announced by 1:00 p.m. on Monday. On Monday District Judge Shubhrant Kumar Shukla and SP Ankit Mittal inspected each counting center and went to each room to get information from the staff who were counting. In Manikpur, Ramnagar and the headquarters where he counted places, he got angry in many places. Even if the vote has not yet been counted tonight, tough measures will be taken. The speaker system was better on Monday than on the first day. In Manikpur and Ramnagar, online feeding has ceased, it was said that there was no network.
Decorated flower garlands
Chitrakoot / Mau / Manikpur. Although all the shops in the lock were closed, garlands of flowers and fruit shops were decorated around the counting point. The candidates who got out after the victory cheered their supporters by covering them with garlands. Apart from that, the candy stores were also secretly opened. The candidates, who were already convinced of victory, ordered in the shops. As soon as the result was announced, his followers were seen quietly handing out Laddus cans from these stores.
Traffic jam
Chitrakoot / Mau / Manikpur. Despite all efforts of the administration for the counting location, the crowd of supporters remained standing. At headquarters there was a congestion on both sides of the highway near Patel Tirahe, which resulted in a traffic jam, although there was no problem due to the heavy traffic due to the closure. The situation was similar in Mau and Manikpur. Supporters stood under the curb, closing shops waiting for their candidate to return. Hundreds of followers also slept in these places on Sunday night.

Chitrakoot / Mau / Manikpur. The counting of votes for the three-stage Panchayat elections continued on the second day. In many places, the DM reprimanded employees for the delay due to the chaos. In each case, instructions were given to complete the vote count by Monday evening. Especially from the trend of the post of Zilla Panchayat member until the evening there was a lot of uneasiness. The counting work in the Mau block went faster than the others and the work was finished by six o’clock on Monday evening. After that, the counting of votes in the mountain block area also proceeded quickly. The work of Ramnagar and Manikpur was the slowest. As soon as the names of the head and the BDC winners could be heard on the loudspeaker, the family and supporters who sat outside the counting location rejoiced.

The counting of the posts of 331 heads, 431 BDCs, 1045 gram Panchayat members and 17 Zilla Panchayat members in the five block areas of the district began on Sunday. In many places the counting of votes was very slow during the chaos, which is why no result of a Zilla Panchayat member could be announced by 1:00 p.m. on Monday. On Monday District Judge Shubhrant Kumar Shukla and SP Ankit Mittal inspected each counting center and went to each room to get information from the staff who were counting. In Manikpur, Ramnagar and the headquarters where he counted places, he got angry in many places. Even if the vote has not yet been counted tonight, tough measures will be taken. The speaker system was better on Monday than on the first day. In Manikpur and Ramnagar, online feeding has ceased, it was said that there was no network.

Decorated flower garlands

Chitrakoot / Mau / Manikpur. Although all the shops in the lock were closed, garlands of flowers and fruit shops were decorated around the counting point. The candidates who got out after the victory cheered their supporters by covering them with garlands. Apart from that, the candy stores were also secretly opened. The candidates, who were already convinced of victory, ordered in the shops. As soon as the result was announced, his followers were seen quietly handing out Laddus cans from these stores.

Traffic jam

Chitrakoot / Mau / Manikpur. Despite all efforts of the administration for the counting location, the crowd of supporters remained standing. At headquarters there was a congestion on both sides of the highway near Patel Tirahe, which resulted in a traffic jam, although there was no problem due to the heavy traffic due to the closure. The situation was similar in Mau and Manikpur. Supporters stood under the curb, closing shops waiting for their candidate to return. Hundreds of followers also slept in these places on Sunday night.

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