Panchayat Chunaaav Results – Three-Step Panchayat Choice: Counts over 24 hours

Lakhimpur Kheri The counting of the three-stage Panchayat elections continued on Monday for the second day after the start of Sunday morning. Most of the results were announced after the marathon count, which lasted almost 24 hours, but the results of 72 submissions from Zilla Panchayat members were announced by RO / CDO Arvind Singh at around 4pm in the DM Court at Collectorate. During this time, certificates were distributed to the winners. While the winning candidates for the office of Pradhan, BDC and Gram Panchayat members received certificates from the respective ROs in the block headquarters.
Panchayat elections were held for a total of 18,074 posts in the district, of which 1,165 are leaders, 1790 are BDCs, 72 are district Panchayat members, and 15,047 grams are Panchayat membership posts. After the vote count began on Sunday, the contestants’ heartbeats were sometimes higher or lower. In many places there was a thorn competition, in which victory and defeat were decided with a small margin. During the counting of Kaimhara Gram Panchayat at DS Inter College in the counting block of the Sadar block, lead candidate Mamata Jaiswal caused a stir, accusing the counting staff of wreaking havoc and accusing her of winning rival Sona Devi and issuing a certificate of victory . Election supervisor SK Srivastava said that no booth was counted, which led to the first candidate, Mamta, believing she was the winner. While Sona Devi defeated her rival Mamata by 165 votes after the count was complete. With the disposal of the case, the winner received a certificate. On the flip side, there was stiff competition at Mitauli headquarters, which was included in the large gram panchayat in Mitauli, where the vote count continued until late at night. In many seats it was decided to win by a margin of two to four votes, with the invalid votes affecting the play of many candidates. The dummy candidates also received votes, which unexpectedly changed the election result for several seats.
Sticks and sticks after victory and defeat in Rampur
After the announcement of the result of the head position in the Gram Panchayat Rampur block of Sadar, a dispute broke out between the two candidates. After that, one side attacked the other side, injuring a young man. The police carried out a medical examination of the injured youth in the case.

Lakhimpur Kheri The counting of the three-stage Panchayat elections continued on Monday for the second day after the start of Sunday morning. Most of the results were announced after the marathon count, which lasted almost 24 hours, but the results of 72 submissions from Zilla Panchayat members were announced by RO / CDO Arvind Singh at around 4pm in the DM Court at Collectorate. During this time, certificates were distributed to the winners. While the winning candidates for the office of Pradhan, BDC and Gram Panchayat members received certificates from the respective ROs in the block headquarters.

Panchayat elections were held for a total of 18,074 posts in the district, of which 1,165 are leaders, 1790 are BDCs, 72 are district Panchayat members, and 15,047 grams are Panchayat membership posts. After the vote count began on Sunday, the contestants’ heartbeats were sometimes higher or lower. In many places there was a thorn competition, in which victory and defeat were decided with a small margin. During the counting of Kaimhara Gram Panchayat at DS Inter College in the counting block of the Sadar block, lead candidate Mamata Jaiswal caused a stir, accusing the counting staff of wreaking havoc and accusing her of winning rival Sona Devi and issuing a certificate of victory . Election supervisor SK Srivastava said that no booth was counted, which led to the first candidate, Mamta, believing she was the winner. While Sona Devi defeated her rival Mamata by 165 votes after the count was complete. With the disposal of the case, the winner received a certificate. On the flip side, there was stiff competition at Mitauli headquarters, which was included in the large gram panchayat in Mitauli, where the vote count continued until late at night. In many seats it was decided to win by a margin of two to four votes, with the invalid votes affecting the play of many candidates. The bogus candidates also received votes, which unexpectedly changed the election results of many seats.

Sticks and sticks after victory and defeat in Rampur

After the announcement of the result of the head position in the Gram Panchayat Rampur block of Sadar, a dispute broke out between the two candidates. After that, one side attacked the other side, injuring a young man. The police carried out a medical examination of the injured youth in the case.

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