New interrogation in two BDC stations today – new interrogation in two BDC stations today

Barabanki The re-voting will take place on Saturday in the two seats of the BDC department, which was canceled due to disruptions in the number of candidate symbols on the ballot papers on the day of voting. Two polling stations were set up for this purpose. The vote will take place from eight to six in the morning. The vote will be counted on Sunday May 2nd.
Let us say that the poll in BDC Ward No. 9 and 10 Bahadurpur I from Banki Block and BDC Ward No. 37 Sadullapur and Ward No. 38 Thorathiya from Banikodar Block in the number of election symbols of candidates on Panchayat Ghar Atraura 127 and Primary School Thorathia 75. The vote here was canceled because of the difference.
After that, the date of May 1st has now been published here by the district election judge for a new vote. The vote will take place today on Saturday at both stands. Two polling stations were prepared for this.
22 nominations in the by-elections for the office of Prime Minister
The election in the respective Gram Panchayats was canceled after the deaths of the candidates for the office of Prime Minister on the day of the vote. The commission then issued a notice on the by-election. Seven of them applied for nominations for the vacant six seats on Friday. Those who submitted nomination papers included family members of the deceased candidates.
On Friday’s nomination, nomination papers were submitted in two gram panchayats from the Daryabad, Hydergarh, Patrali and Puruldalai blocks. While the highest number of 17 people submitted claim from Sethmau, Gram Panchayat from Harakh Block. Previously, nominations for all of these gram panchayats were also included. All nominations were found valid in the post-nomination investigation.
Seven nomination papers were submitted for the Prime Minister’s by-election. Nomination papers prepared beforehand are also included. The vote will take place on May 9th. At the same time, the vote for two BDC seats will take place on Saturday.
Dr. Rajesh Kumar, district assistant election officer

Barabanki The re-voting will take place on Saturday in the two seats of the BDC department, which was canceled due to disruptions in the number of candidate symbols on the ballot papers on the day of voting. Two polling stations were set up for this purpose. The vote will take place from eight to six in the morning. The vote will be counted on Sunday May 2nd.

Let us say that the poll in BDC Ward No. 9 and 10 Bahadurpur I from Banki Block and BDC Ward No. 37 Sadullapur and Ward No. 38 Thorathiya from Banikodar Block in the number of election symbols of candidates on Panchayat Ghar Atraura 127 and Primary School Thorathia 75. The vote here was canceled because of the difference.

After that, the date of May 1st has now been published here by the district election judge for a new vote. The vote will take place today on Saturday at both stands. Two polling stations were prepared for this.

22 nominations in the by-elections for the office of Prime Minister

The election in the respective Gram Panchayats was canceled after the deaths of the candidates for the office of Prime Minister on the day of the vote. The commission then issued a notice on the by-election. Seven of them applied for nominations for the vacant six seats on Friday. Those who submitted nomination papers included family members of the deceased candidates.

On Friday’s nomination, nomination papers were submitted in two gram panchayats from the Daryabad, Hydergarh, Patrali and Puruldalai blocks. While the highest number of 17 people submitted claim from Sethmau, Gram Panchayat from Harakh Block. Previously, nominations for all of these gram panchayats were also included. All nominations were found valid in the post-nomination investigation.

Seven nomination papers were submitted for the Prime Minister’s by-election. Nomination papers prepared beforehand are also included. The vote will take place on May 9th. At the same time, the vote for two BDC seats will take place on Saturday.

Dr. Rajesh Kumar, district assistant election officer

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