Nomination – Eight thousand candidates submitted leaflets

Sultanpur Eight thousand candidates from the members of Gram Pradhan, DDC, BDC and Gram Panchayat submitted their leaflets on Thursday, the last day of submission of nominations for the second phase of the three-stage Panchayat election. The candidates and their supporters were crowded in the nomination centers on Thursday. During the one-day nomination process, a total of 420 candidates submitted nomination papers for the DDC in the Panchayat district by late evening. In the two-day nomination process, 1,255 candidates submitted nomination papers for DDC. The nomination documents will be checked on Friday and Saturday.
On Thursday, the final day of the nomination, the zeal of the candidates and supporters was on the Panchayat district premises until late in the evening. On the second day, candidates from the BJP, SP, Congress, BSP and Aam Aadmi Party as well as other enthusiastically nominated parties supported. Candidate supporters attempted to sneak in after escaping police personnel at the gate several times to enter Panchayat district. At the moment he was stopped outside. The number of people in the second enrollment complex remained small as the crowd was stopped outside. In the nomination process, which lasted from eight to five in the morning, 420 candidates submitted their nomination papers. The election officer Anandeshwar Prasad said that in two days 1,255 candidates had registered for the DDC. It was said that the crowd was divided when a counter was removed from north to south. The nomination process was led by DM Ravish Gupta, SP Dr. Vipin Kumar Mishra and other officials monitored.
Seven thousand nominations from Pradhan, BDC and Gram Panchayat
Sultanpur Almost seven thousand candidates filled out brochures for the posts of Pradhan, Kshetra Panchayat and Gram Panchayat in the district on Thursday, the final day of nomination for the second phase of the three-stage Panchayat election. The counting of the nomination papers submitted to the block headquarters lasted until late in the evening. Work started with some delay in some places. On the second day, however, there was silence in the afternoon as there were few candidates in some blocks. In some centers there were a lot of people putting in nominations from morning to night. The nomination process between celebrations was completed in the evening.

Sultanpur Eight thousand candidates from the members of Gram Pradhan, DDC, BDC and Gram Panchayat submitted their leaflets on Thursday, the final day of submitting nominations for the second phase of the three-stage Panchayat elections. The candidates and their supporters were crowded in the nomination centers on Thursday. During the one-day nomination process, a total of 420 candidates submitted nomination papers for the DDC in the Panchayat district by late evening. In the two-day nomination process, 1,255 candidates submitted nomination papers for DDC. The nomination documents will be checked on Friday and Saturday.

On the final day of the nomination, the zeal of the candidates and supporters stayed on the Panchayat district premises until late in the evening. On the second day, candidates from the BJP, SP, Congress, BSP and Aam Aadmi Party as well as other enthusiastically nominated parties supported. Candidate supporters attempted to sneak in after escaping police personnel at the gate several times to enter Panchayat district. At the moment he was stopped outside. The number of people in the second enrollment complex remained small as the crowd was stopped outside. In the nomination process, which lasted from eight to five in the morning, 420 candidates submitted their nomination papers. The election officer Anandeshwar Prasad said that in two days 1,255 candidates had registered for the DDC. It was said that the crowd was divided when a counter was removed from north to south. The nomination process was led by DM Ravish Gupta, SP Dr. Vipin Kumar Mishra and other officials monitored.

Seven thousand nominations from Head, BDC and Gram Panchayat members

Sultanpur Almost seven thousand candidates filled out brochures for the posts of Pradhan, Kshetra Panchayat and Gram Panchayat in the district on Thursday, the final day of nomination for the second phase of the three-stage Panchayat election. The counting of the nomination papers submitted to the block headquarters lasted until late in the evening. Work started with some delay in some places. On the second day, however, there was silence in the afternoon as there were few candidates in some blocks. In some centers there were a lot of people putting in nominations from morning to night. The nomination process between celebrations was completed in the evening.

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