Panchayat election – Now the political board determines the block head

Barabanki Now that the Area Panchayat member’s census is complete, a political situation will be determined for the chairman of the block chief, but this time many new faces will get the chance to fill the head of the head due to the change in reservation. Since the results, math has started to gather the strength of the BDC members as needed.
This time five female seats have fallen below the reservation quota for the seats of fifteen block chiefs in the district. Political parties like the District Panchayat President are busy getting their supported BDC member to sit in the chair of the block chief.
There are a total of 1,440 Kshetra Panchayat member seats in this district with fifteen development blocks. Which was voted on April 26th. However, during the nomination process, 25 BDC members were elected without opposing candidates. It should be said directly that no other candidates from the community of these undisputed elected BDC members have appeared and even submitted a nomination. You must return the form by submitting it to your court with a joint jugaad until the nomination is withdrawn. The results were released on May 2, after the remaining 1,415 seats had been voted, and the block chief’s political leader took the chair.
At the same time, the government changed the state government’s reservation of the chairman of the chief and gave new faces a chance. BJP, SP, Congress and BSP had their supported candidates among the 1,440 BDC voters in the district, but the competition is seen between SP and BJP. At the same time, the parties have started playing the math to meet the BDC member who won as an independent in their court.
This is the reservation for the block header post
Blockkopf’s five seats reserved for women include Trivediganj and Siddhaur for planned caste women, Suratganj and Sirauligauspur for reverse class women, and Banikodar block women. While Fatehpur and Dakhli are reserved for the other backward classes, the planned castes of Harakh and Hydergarh and the blocks of Nindura, Banki, Dewa, Dariyabad, Ramnagar and Puruldalai are reserved for the non-reserved category.

Barabanki Now that the Area Panchayat member’s census is complete, a political situation will be determined for the chairman of the block chief, but this time many new faces will get the chance to fill the head of the head due to the change in reservation. Since the results, math has started to gather the strength of the BDC members as needed.

This time five female seats have fallen below the reservation quota for the seats of fifteen block chiefs in the district. Political parties like the District Panchayat President are busy getting their supported BDC member to sit in the chair of the block chief.

There are a total of 1,440 Kshetra Panchayat member seats in this district with fifteen development blocks. Which was voted on April 26th. However, during the nomination process, 25 BDC members were elected without opposing candidates. It should be said directly that no other candidates from the community of these undisputed elected BDC members have appeared and even submitted a nomination. You must return the form by submitting it to your court with a joint jugaad until the nomination is withdrawn. The results were released on May 2, after the remaining 1,415 seats had been voted, and the block chief’s political leader took the chair.

At the same time, the government changed the state government’s reservation of the chairman of the chief and gave new faces a chance. BJP, SP, Congress and BSP had their supported candidates among the 1,440 BDC voters in the district, but the competition is seen between SP and BJP. At the same time, the parties have started playing the math to meet the BDC member who won as an independent in their court.

This is the reservation for the block header post

Blockkopf’s five seats reserved for women include Trivediganj and Siddhaur for planned caste women, Suratganj and Sirauligauspur for reverse class women, and Banikodar block women. While Fatehpur and Dakhli are reserved for the other backward classes, the planned castes of Harakh and Hydergarh and the blocks of Nindura, Banki, Dewa, Dariyabad, Ramnagar and Puruldalai are reserved for the non-reserved category.

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