Only those who give a negative report enter the counting hall: Vishwakarma – Only those who give a negative report enter the counting hall: Vishwakarma

Deoband A crowd of candidate supporters went to the Block Development Office on Wednesday to get the agents’ ID cards for the counting of the three-tier Panchayat elections. On the second day, 150 agents from the Kshetra Panchayat member post and 210 village chiefs submitted their application forms to the returnees.
Returnees Uma Shankar Vishwakarma said that within two days 310 agents had submitted their application forms for the BDC member. Now only 80 agents have to be trained. At the same time, another returning officer, Arun Kumar, said that by Wednesday 339 agents had submitted their application forms for the village head, while 162 application forms were pending. He said that application forms will only be submitted until April 29th and 30th. Those who are provided with ID. After that no application form will be accepted. The returnees said the vote will be counted on May 2nd at Government Girls Inter College. Only agents are allowed to enter the counting halls who bring a negative report about Corona. The agent who did not submit the report will not be allowed to enter the counting hall. Agents will be informed accordingly.
Action will be taken against those who violate the policy
During the count, agents must follow Corona guidelines. While the candidates’ agents must put a mask on their mouths, they must also keep a distance of two meters. The procession and celebration of the victory procession was banned by the electoral commission. If a candidate violates it, strict measures will be taken against him. -Rakesh Kumar Singh, SDM

Deoband A crowd of candidate supporters went to the Block Development Office on Wednesday to get the agents’ ID cards for the counting of the three-tier Panchayat elections. On the second day, 150 agents from the Kshetra Panchayat member post and 210 village chiefs submitted their application forms to the returnees.

Returnees Uma Shankar Vishwakarma said that within two days 310 agents had submitted their application forms for the BDC member. Now only 80 agents have to be trained. At the same time, another returning official, Arun Kumar, said 339 agents had submitted their application forms for the village head by Wednesday, while 162 application forms were pending. He said that application forms will only be submitted until April 29th and 30th. Those who are provided with ID. After that no application form will be accepted. The returnees said the vote will be counted on May 2nd at Government Girls Inter College. Only agents are allowed to enter the counting halls who bring a negative report about Corona. The agent who did not submit the report will not be allowed to enter the counting hall. Agents will be informed accordingly.

Action will be taken against those who violate the policy

During the count, agents must follow Corona guidelines. While the candidates’ agents must put a mask on their mouths, they must also keep a distance of two meters. The procession and celebration of the victory procession was banned by the electoral commission. If a candidate violates it, strict measures will be taken against him. -Rakesh Kumar Singh, SDM

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