Panchayat Election – Candidates walking through the charter after winning

Barabanki The candidates for the office of DDC and BDC members who counted the votes for more than 36 hours in the Panchayat elections are now striving for the certificate. At the same time, RO and ARO are missing from the counting of the places after the vote count. In such a situation, workers do not return a satisfactory answer and return it to the winner. The winners are concerned about the possibility of result reshuffle due to a lack of certification, although a considerable amount of time has passed since the win. But there is no one to listen to them.
The count of the Panchayat elections in the district began on Sunday morning and ended after more than 36 hours on Monday. However, most of the winners of the members of Kshetra Panchayat and Zilla Panchayat did not receive certificates until Tuesday evening. In such a situation, two candidates in the same post of Zilla Panchayat member were waiting for the certificate and demanding their victory.
At the same time, the Panchayat members of the block went from the counting station to the block headquarters to get the certificate of victory. However, due to the lack of missing ROs and AROs after the vote count is complete at the counting location, the candidates faced major problems. Three candidates continued to claim their victory in the office of District Panchayat Member of Hydergarh I. However, after the vote was completed on Monday, candidates were very concerned about the possibility of reshuffling the result after receiving the certificate.
Suratganj I was in a similar situation. Again, a party-supported candidate complained to the state election commission, accusing him of having changed the result due to a delay in receiving the certificate after winning 30 votes. Talk about Kshetra Panchayat member now, Sheila Devi, winner of the BDC member post of Kshetra Panchayat Tendwa I from the Siddhaur block, did not receive the certificate even after two days. To do this, she went on from the block to the counting station. But there was nobody to listen to him.
BDC members Madhuri from Ariyamau, Kshetra Panchayat from Daryabad, Padma Verma from Adra and Vinod Kumar from Kotwadham did not receive the certificate either. This is just a trademark. After the vote count was completed on Monday evening, no one was able to provide official information about the declaration of victory to most of the district’s panchayat members until Tuesday evening. All defended themselves by talking to each other on the subject.
I am in the collector all the time. The certificate will be issued as soon as the ballot has been received from the pad. Stations whose seats have not been allocated. The certificate has not yet been issued to them, and the information cannot be uploaded to the portal. The block’s ROs are responsible for the Panchayat area.
-DR. Narendra Kumar Singh, RO, Panchayat District Member

Barabanki The candidates for the office of DDC and BDC members who counted the votes for more than 36 hours in the Panchayat elections are now striving for the certificate. At the same time, RO and ARO are missing from the counting of the places after the vote count. In such a situation, workers do not return a satisfactory answer and return it to the winner. The winners are concerned about the possibility of result reshuffle due to a lack of certification, although a considerable amount of time has passed since the win. But there is no one to listen to them.

The count of the Panchayat elections in the district began on Sunday morning and ended after more than 36 hours on Monday. However, most of the winners of the members of Kshetra Panchayat and Zilla Panchayat did not receive certificates until Tuesday evening. In such a situation, two candidates in the same post of Zilla Panchayat member were waiting for the certificate and demanding their victory.

At the same time, the Panchayat members of the block went from the counting station to the block headquarters to get the certificate of victory. However, due to the lack of missing ROs and AROs after the vote count is complete at the counting location, the candidates faced major problems. Three candidates continued to claim their victory in the office of District Panchayat Member of Hydergarh I. However, after the vote was completed on Monday, candidates were very concerned about the possibility of reshuffling the result after receiving the certificate.

Suratganj I was in a similar situation. Again, a party-supported candidate complained to the state election commission, accusing him of having changed the result due to a delay in receiving the certificate after winning 30 votes. Talk about Kshetra Panchayat member now, Sheila Devi, winner of the BDC member post of Kshetra Panchayat Tendwa I from the Siddhaur block, did not receive the certificate even after two days. To do this, she went on from the block to the counting station. But there was nobody to listen to him.

BDC members Madhuri from Ariyamau, Kshetra Panchayat from Daryabad, Padma Verma from Adra and Vinod Kumar from Kotwadham did not receive the certificate either. This is just a trademark. After the vote count was completed on Monday evening, no one was able to provide official information about the declaration of victory to most of the district’s panchayat members until Tuesday evening. All defended themselves by talking to each other on the subject.

I am in the collector all the time. The certificate will be issued as soon as the ballot has been received from the pad. However, stations whose counting stations have not been preserved. The certificate has not yet been issued to them, and the information cannot be uploaded to the portal. The ROs of the block are responsible for the Kshetra Panchayat.

-DR. Narendra Kumar Singh, RO, Panchayat District Member

.

Leave a Reply