Mathura: Besieged Farah Ro Candidates – Mathura: Besieged Farah RO Candidates

Farah (Mathura). There was chaos in the city’s counting center on Monday. The counting of votes at two tables could not be done from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. The candidates were against and gheraoed the RO and complained. After that, the counting work could be completed somewhere by Anganwadi workers.
The GGIC in Farah was made the counting center. Where about one and a half lakh votes of the main posts of 55 gram panchayats and 70 BDCs and 3 district panchayat members should be counted. The counting of votes began on Sunday. Everything went well But from 6 a.m. on Monday the counting staff changed, then the employees moved to other tables, but no one came to tables 13 and 19 until 1 p.m.
The panchayats that counted on these tables got stuck. In the afternoon, the agents’ patience was answered. They shouted slogans and surrounded the RO. RO Bachchan Singh said that the staff at the tables could not come suddenly for some inevitable reason. The information was shared with the district election officer.
The Farah block was the last in the count
When Farah saw the pressure of the candidates in the voices of the staff at the counting center on Monday morning, Farah called and phoned the Anganwadi workers. On the second shift, the Anganwadi workers continued counting the work at the polling station. It is said that RO is the cause of the delay in the counting of votes. Senior officials were not informed once they were there.

Farah (Mathura). There was chaos in the city’s counting center on Monday. The counting of votes at two tables could not be done from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. The candidates were against and gheraoed the RO and complained. After that, the counting work could be completed somewhere by Anganwadi workers.

The GGIC in Farah was made the counting center. Where about one and a half lakh votes of the main posts of 55 gram panchayats and 70 BDCs and 3 district panchayat members should be counted. The counting of votes began on Sunday. Everything went well But from 6 a.m. on Monday the counting staff changed, then the employees moved to other tables, but no one came to tables 13 and 19 until 1 p.m.

The panchayats that counted on these tables got stuck. In the afternoon, the agents’ patience was answered. They shouted slogans and surrounded the RO. RO Bachchan Singh said that the staff at the tables could not come suddenly for some inevitable reason. The information was shared with the district election officer.

The Farah block was the last in the count

When Farah saw the pressure of the candidates in the voices of the staff at the counting center on Monday morning, Farah called and phoned the Anganwadi workers. On the second shift, the Anganwadi workers continued counting the work at the polling station. It is said that RO is the cause of the delay in the counting of votes. At the time of her release, senior officials were not informed.

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