On the first day, 29 of the 64 village chiefs took the oath – 29 of 64 village chiefs were sworn in on the first day

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Deoband Of the 64-gram panchayats of the Deoband block, 29 newly elected village chiefs and panchayat members were virtually sworn in by project leader (PD) Dushyant Kumar on Tuesday, while the heads of 20 villages and panchayat members will be sworn in on Wednesday.
Due to a corona infection, the newly elected village chiefs and Panchayat members were given virtual oaths for the first time on the orders of the government. There are 64-gram panchayats in Deoband, but only a majority of 2/3 members were able to complete 49-gram panchayats. On the first day, 29 newly elected village chiefs and Panchayat members were sworn in by the project manager Dushyant Kumar. The project leader announced that the leaders and panchayat members of the remaining 20 gram panchayats will take an oath on Wednesday. For the swearing-in ceremony, a virtual event took place in the building of the Panchayat Bhawan or elementary school in the respective Gram Panchayats. He owed that the newly elected heads of Meghrajpur, Nanhera Asa, Lakhnauti, Fatehpur, Dudhli, Rampur Nizampur, Nagalinur, Shehzadpur, Sultanpur, Diwalhedi, Sakhan Khurd, Baddi Mandhata, Kurdi and Mahtouli have not yet been sworn in, as the Gram told Panchayats 2/3 The majority of the members could not be completed. Among them are Nanhera Asa, Rampur Nizampur, Sultanpur and Mahtauli, those gram panchayats in which not a single panchayat member was elected. The positions of all members are vacant. The project manager announced that by order of the government, elections for the Panchayat members in the aforementioned 15-gram Panchayats will take place. Then the newly elected mayor can be sworn in.

Deoband Of the 64-gram panchayats of the Deoband block, 29 newly elected village chiefs and panchayat members were virtually sworn in by project leader (PD) Dushyant Kumar on Tuesday, while the heads of 20 villages and panchayat members will be sworn in on Wednesday.

Due to a corona infection, the newly elected village chiefs and Panchayat members were given virtual oaths for the first time on the orders of the government. There are 64-gram panchayats in Deoband, but only a majority of 2/3 members were able to complete 49-gram panchayats. On the first day, 29 newly elected village chiefs and Panchayat members were sworn in by the project manager Dushyant Kumar. The project leader announced that the leaders and panchayat members of the remaining 20 gram panchayats will take an oath on Wednesday. For the swearing-in ceremony, a virtual event took place in the building of the Panchayat Bhawan or elementary school in the respective Gram Panchayats. He owed that the newly elected heads of Meghrajpur, Nanhera Asa, Lakhnauti, Fatehpur, Dudhli, Rampur Nizampur, Nagalinur, Shehzadpur, Sultanpur, Diwalhedi, Sakhan Khurd, Baddi Mandhata, Kurdi and Mahtouli have not yet been sworn in, as the Gram told Panchayats 2/3 The majority of the members could not be completed. Among them are Nanhera Asa, Rampur Nizampur, Sultanpur and Mahtauli, those gram panchayats in which not a single panchayat member was elected. The positions of all members are vacant. The project manager announced that by order of the government, elections for the Panchayat members in the aforementioned 15-gram Panchayats will take place. Then the newly elected mayor can be sworn in.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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