Option – Captured, captured, 444 Panchayat’s heads will not take an oath

Unnao. In the three-stage Panchayat elections, the newly elected 444 village chiefs have to wait a long time to be sworn in. Because of the failure to meet the quorum for Gram Panchayat members, so many heads will not be sworn in. The Panchayati Raj department has intensified preparations to take oaths in a virtual way for the remaining heads.
The number of gram panchayats in the district is 1040. Of these, there are 12,902 gram panchayat dues. According to the Panchayati Raj system, every gram of Panchayat has 11, 13 and 15 member posts, depending on the population. If after the election 2/3 of the total number of members does not win, the head of members cannot take an oath if the quorum of members is not met.
In addition, six committees cannot arise. In this three-stage Panchayat election, only 10,862 were achieved against the parishioners 12,902. There are still 2040 vacant positions from community members. When the government announced the date of the swearing-in of newly elected heads, the Panchayati Raj Department compiled a list of panchayats for which the quorum of membership could not be met. District Panchayat Raj officer Rajendra Prasad Yadav said that only Gram Panchayat members could be completed in 596 organized Gram Panchayats. Because of this, only the head of these panchayats can take an oath. The heads of the remaining 444 unorganized panchayats are currently unable to take an oath.
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The picture only becomes clear after the by-election
The deputy election supervisor (Panchayat / committee) Dr. Sanjay Dwivedi said the number of parishioners that could not be met was considered vacant. Information on this was sent to the state election commission. Elections will only be held in these vacancies if the by-elections are announced by the Commission.
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Corona will take an oath in a virtual way during the transition
This time the Pradhans and Panchayat members are virtually sworn in due to a corona infection. The government set May 25th and 26th. DPRO said anyone who is made the node officer to administer the oath will go to the block and connect through a computer or laptop. This link leads to the cell phone of the Panchayat secretary. The secretary visits the Panchayat Bhavan or other community site to open the link on the mobile laptop. Then the head and the members stand in front of them and take the oath taken by the knot officer.
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Number of gram panchayats in blocks
Do not block a total panchayat oath
SAROSI 55 14
Safipur 72 31
Fatehpur Chaurasi 69 28
Bangarmau 55 16
Ganjamuradabad 60 15
Auras 61 17
Hasanganj 81 23
Miyaganj 74 31
Nawabganj 75 37
Asoha 67 36
Purva 56 29
Sumerpur 75 53
Bighapur 67 45
Sikran 66 24
Nettles 57 30

Unnao. In the three-stage Panchayat elections, the newly elected 444 village chiefs have to wait a long time to be sworn in. Because of the failure to meet the quorum for Gram Panchayat members, so many heads will not be sworn in. The Panchayati Raj department has intensified preparations to take oaths in a virtual way for the remaining heads.

The number of gram panchayats in the district is 1040. Of these, there are 12,902 gram panchayat dues. According to the Panchayati Raj system, every gram of Panchayat has 11, 13 and 15 member posts, depending on the population. If after the election 2/3 of the total number of members does not win, the head of members cannot take an oath if the quorum of members is not met.

In addition, six committees cannot arise. In this three-stage Panchayat election, only 10,862 were achieved against the parishioners 12,902. There are still 2040 vacant positions from community members. When the government announced the date of the swearing-in of newly elected heads, the Panchayati Raj Department compiled a list of panchayats for which the quorum of membership could not be met. District Panchayat Raj officer Rajendra Prasad Yadav said that only Gram Panchayat members could be completed in 596 organized Gram Panchayats. Because of this, only the head of these panchayats can take an oath. The heads of the remaining 444 unorganized panchayats are currently unable to take an oath.

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The picture only becomes clear after the by-election

The deputy election supervisor (Panchayat / committee) Dr. Sanjay Dwivedi said the number of parishioners that could not be met was considered vacant. Information on this was sent to the state election commission. Elections will only be held in these vacancies if the by-elections are announced by the Commission.

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Corona will take an oath in a virtual way during the transition

This time the Pradhans and Panchayat members are virtually sworn in due to a corona infection. The government set May 25th and 26th. DPRO said anyone who is made the node officer to administer the oath will go to the block and connect through a computer or laptop. The link leads to the cell phone of the Panchayat secretary. The secretary visits the Panchayat Bhavan or other community site to open the link on the mobile laptop. Then the head and the members stand in front of them and take the oath taken by the knot officer.

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Number of gram panchayats in blocks

Do not block a total panchayat oath

SAROSI 55 14

Safipur 72 31

Fatehpur Chaurasi 69 28

Bangarmau 55 16

Ganjamuradabad 60 15

Auras 61 17

Hasanganj 81 23

Miyaganj 74 31

Nawabganj 75 37

Asoha 67 36

Purva 56 29

Sumerpur 75 53

Bighapur 67 45

Sikran 66 24

Nettles 57 30

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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