Panchayat elections: preparation for the counting of the votes intensified – Panchayat election: preparation for the counting of the votes intensified

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Gyanpur Preparations for the counting of votes in the district on May 2nd have been intensified. Meanwhile, on Thursday, 1110 election workers sealed the form on the final day of the ongoing two-day training course at Vibhuti Narayan Government Inter College. On Wednesday, the first day of training, staff were trained and preparations were made to reach the counting location at seven in the morning.
The instructors Raghavendra Pandey, Gopal Mishra, under the supervision of the responsible training leader Jaykesh Tripathi, AK Chaurasia, announced that the staff had been trained in counting. An obligation to count employees was also imposed. He announced that the counting staff had to be on site with the I-Card by seven o’clock in every situation. Carrying cell phones, flammable substances, water, paan, gutkha, cigarettes, weapons etc. in the counting rooms is prohibited. Apart from that, entry is not granted if there is no compulsory letter and no I-Card. Will sit on the table with an I card. Counting room, table information is shown on the display. Nobody can get out when the vote count starts. However, in unusual circumstances, it is mandatory to follow RO’s recommendation. The calculation tables are made available to the RO supervisor. Accounts will be made available for all entries with a ballot box in each round. Agent signature details on the final calculation slip, Form-44 for Gram Panchayat, Form-45 for Gram Pradhan, Form-47 of the BDC, Form-49 of the District Panchayat Member, will be provided to the RO-ARO.
He warned staff that when canceling ballot papers, care should be taken to ensure that there is no mark on the front. The mark should not be applied to any other device. If the grades are in the wrong place or if there are grades in front of more than two candidates, the ballot papers are deemed to be canceled. Ballot papers should not be maimed. Ballot papers will be canceled if the brand and voting form relating to the voting symbol are not correctly issued. Personnel on the first shift on May 2 are on duty from eight to eight in the morning on May 3, and those on the second shift are on duty from eight to eight in the evening. In the three-stage Panchayat elections in 2021, a total of 14,329 candidates are fighting for the post of 26 districts of the Panchayat district, 546 grams of Pradhan, 661 BDC, 6848 grams of Panchayat members. A total of 11.10 lakh voters exercised their rights by voting on April 15th. Ballet boxes are placed in a tight guard in the strong room.

Gyanpur Preparations for the counting of votes in the district on May 2nd have been intensified. Meanwhile, on Thursday, 1110 election workers sealed the form on the final day of the ongoing two-day training course at Vibhuti Narayan Government Inter College. On Wednesday, the first day of training, the staff received training and preparations were made to reach the counting location at seven in the morning.

The instructors Raghavendra Pandey, Gopal Mishra, under the supervision of the responsible training leader Jaykesh Tripathi, AK Chaurasia, announced that the staff had been trained in counting. An obligation to count employees was also imposed. He announced that the counting staff had to be on site with the I-Card by seven in any situation. Carrying cell phones, flammable substances, water, paan, gutkha, cigarettes, weapons, etc. in the counting rooms is prohibited. Apart from that, admission is not granted if there is no compulsory letter and no I-Card. Will sit on the table with an I card. Counting room, table information is shown on the display. Nobody can get out when the vote count starts. However, in unusual circumstances, it is mandatory to follow RO’s recommendation. The calculation tables are made available to the RO supervisor. In each round, accounts for all entries will be made available along with the ballot box. Agent signature details on the final calculation slip, Form-44 for Gram Panchayat, Form-45 for Gram Pradhan, Form-47 of BDC, Form-49 of District Panchayat Member, will be provided to RO-ARO.

He warned staff that when canceling ballot papers, care should be taken to ensure that there are no markings on the front. The mark should not be applied to any other device. If the grades are in the wrong place or if there are grades in front of more than two candidates, the ballot papers are deemed to be canceled. Ballot papers should not be maimed. Ballot papers will be canceled if the brand and voting form relating to the voting symbol are not correctly issued. Staff on the first shift on May 2 are on duty from eight to eight in the morning on May 3, and staff on the second shift are on duty from eight to eight in the evening. In the three-stage Panchayat elections in 2021, 14,329 candidates are fighting for the post from 26 districts of the Panchayat District, 546 Gram Pradhan, 661 BDC, 6848 Gram Panchayat. A total of 11.10 lakh voters exercised their rights by voting on April 15th. Ballet boxes are placed in a tight guard in the strong room.

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