Panch Block Me Karayi Jayengi Matgadan – Counting is done in five blocks

Jhansi Preparations for the counting of three-stage Panchayat elections have been accelerated. This time the vote count is done in five places instead of keeping it in all eight blocks. The census of the Babina and Bargaon blocks is carried out simultaneously in Bhojla Mandi, while the census of the Chirgaon and Gursarai blocks is carried out in Gursarayan. Police officers have also started security preparations at these locations.
Despite the growing pace of the corona transition, the electoral commission is determined to carry out the vote count on May 2nd, while all personnel organizations are calling for the vote count to be postponed. The officials associated with the vote count are also afraid of the transition, but are also helpless before the decree of the electoral commission. The counting preparations have begun despite the growing wave of infections. Initially, it was decided that the count of the village chief, the Gramm Panchayat member and the area Panchayat member would be carried out in blocks, while the count of the district Panchayat member was carried out at the headquarters. However, it has now been decided to do the vote count in just five blocks.
The counting of votes does not take place in the Babina, Baragaon and Chirgaon blocks. The count of Babina and Baragaon is done in Bhojla Mandi, while the count of the Chirgaon block is done in the Gursarai block. Apart from that, the vote count in the blocks Moth, Gursarai, Bamour, Mauranipur and Bangra is counted separately. A total of around 3,780 employees are deployed at all of these locations. The number of block-by-block tables for the vote count has also been determined. 42 tables are placed for the Babina block, 35 for Bargaon, 48 for Chirgaon, 47 for Moth, 48 for Gursarai, 51 for Bangra and 57 for the Mauranipur block.
On the other hand, the police have also made preparations for block-by-block security. The CO level officer is responsible for counting in all blocks. Surveillance cameras are installed at all points to avoid disruptions. According to SP City Vivek Tripathi, the security plan has been drawn up. The police force is distributed in blocks within a day or two.

Jhansi Preparations for the counting of three-stage Panchayat elections have been accelerated. This time the vote count is done in five places instead of all eight blocks. The census of the Babina and Bargaon blocks is carried out simultaneously in Bhojla Mandi, while the census of the Chirgaon and Gursarai blocks is carried out in Gursarayan. Police officers have also started security preparations at these locations.

Despite the growing pace of the corona transition, the electoral commission is determined to carry out the counting of votes on May 2nd, while all personnel organizations are calling for the count to be postponed. The officials associated with the vote count are also afraid of the transition, but are also helpless before the decree of the electoral commission. The counting preparations have begun despite the growing wave of infections. Initially, it was decided that the count of the village chief, the Gramm Panchayat member and the area Panchayat member would be carried out in blocks, while the count of the district Panchayat member was carried out at headquarters. However, it has now been decided to do the vote count in just five blocks.

The counting of votes does not take place in the Babina, Baragaon and Chirgaon blocks. The counting of Babina and Baragaon is done in Bhojla Mandi, while the counting of the Chirgaon block is done in the Gursarai block. Apart from that, the vote count in the blocks Moth, Gursarai, Bamour, Mauranipur and Bangra is counted separately. A total of around 3,780 employees are deployed at all of these locations. The number of block-by-block tables for the vote count has also been determined. 42 tables are set for the Babina block, 35 for Baragaon, 48 for Chirgaon, 47 for Moth, 48 for Gursarai, 51 for Bangra and 57 for the Mauranipur block.

On the other hand, the police have also made preparations for block-by-block security. The CO level officer is responsible for counting in all blocks. Surveillance cameras are installed at all points to avoid disruptions. According to SP City Vivek Tripathi, the security plan has been drawn up. The police force is distributed in blocks within a day or two.

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