Panchyat – 448 newly elected chief will not be able to take an oath without a quorum

Shahjahanpur. In the recent three-stage panchayat elections, newly elected village chiefs of 448 grams of panchayats cannot take an oath until the next government order.
Explain that Panchayati Raj’s management decided to take the oath to newly elected village chiefs on May 25th and 26th. Out of 1069 districts, however, only 621 grams of panchayats are such that two-thirds of them completed their quorum after the Gramm Panchayat members were elected.
According to Pawan Kumar, Panchayat Raj district official, the elected village chiefs in the Gram Panchayats, in which the posts are vacant, will not be sworn in for the next government order until the election process has been completed.
Explain that the member has 12,951 positions in each of the Grammar Panchayats in the district. After the nomination process was completed, 4922 positions of the Gram Panchayat member were elected without opposing candidates, as only one candidate had registered there. There have been 5626 such seats of membership in various Gram panchayats that no one has submitted a nomination for. In this way, only 2403 seats from a Gram Panchayat member could be held. According to government rule, in the Gram Panchayats where two-thirds of the member’s posts are vacant for any reason, the elected village chief may only take the oath after the member is elected to the vacant post. Based on this rule, 661 grams of panchayats were selected on which the Pradhans should take the oath.
Among these are 58 grams of panchayats from the Bhavalkheda development block, 35-35 in Kant and Sindhauli, 34 in Tilhar, 44 in Kalan, 51 in Jalalabad, 34 in Madanapur, 38 in Khutar, 39 in Nigohi, 42 in Dadraul, 40 in Jaitipur, Puwans Katra Khudaganj’s 46 block development block consists of 27 gram panchayats. The DVRO has stated that in the Gramm panchayats, where the quorum is not met due to the vacancy of the member, no sub-committees for the development of the village will be formed and therefore the chiefs will remain in such until the end of the election process of the members Grams of panchayats. It was decided not to take oaths.
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The election schedule for the vacant posts for the Gram Panchayat members is expected to be announced soon. The newly elected leaders are sworn in by the area’s block development officer. The mandate states that regional Naib Tehsildars, Tehsildars, SDMs etc. can also take oaths that are nominated at the DM level. However, this responsibility has currently been transferred to BDO. There will be no ceremony for the Corona-era swearing-in ceremony, and the newly elected leaders will be given a virtual oath in their villages by connecting them to departmental portals and social media groups.
-Pavan Kumar, District Panchayat Raj officer

Shahjahanpur. In the recent three-stage panchayat elections, newly elected village chiefs of 448 grams of panchayats cannot take an oath until the next government order.

Explain that Panchayati Raj’s management decided to take the oath to newly elected village chiefs on May 25th and 26th. Out of 1069 districts, however, only 621 grams of panchayats are such that two-thirds of them completed their quorum after the Gramm Panchayat members were elected.

According to Pawan Kumar, Panchayat Raj district official, the elected village chiefs in the Gram Panchayats, in which the posts are vacant, will not be sworn in for the next government order until the election process has been completed.

Explain that the member has 12,951 positions in each of the Grammar Panchayats in the district. After the nomination process was completed, 4922 positions of the Gram Panchayat member were elected without opposing candidates, as only one candidate had registered there. There have been 5626 such seats of membership in various Gram panchayats that no one has submitted a nomination for. This enabled elections to be held for only 2403 seats for the Gram Panchayat member. According to government rule, in the Gram Panchayats where two-thirds of the member’s posts are vacant for any reason, the elected village chief may only take the oath after the member is elected to the vacant post. On the basis of this rule, 661 such grams of panchayats were selected on which the Pradhans should take the oath.

Among these are 58 grams of panchayats from the Bhavalkheda development block, 35-35 in Kant and Sindhauli, 34 in Tilhar, 44 in Kalan, 51 in Jalalabad, 34 in Madanapur, 38 in Khutar, 39 in Nigohi, 42 in Dadraul, 40 in Jaitipur, Puwans Katra Khudaganj’s 46 block development block consists of 27 gram panchayats. The DVRO has stated that in the Gramm panchayats, where the quorum is not met due to the vacancy of the member, no sub-committees for the development of the village will be formed and therefore the chiefs will remain in such until the end of the election process of the members Grams of panchayats. It was decided not to take oaths.

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The election schedule for the vacant posts for the Gram Panchayat members is expected to be announced soon. The newly elected leaders are sworn in by the area’s block development officer. The mandate states that regional Naib Tehsildars, Tehsildars, SDMs etc. can also take oaths that are nominated at the DM level. However, this responsibility has currently been transferred to BDO. There will be no ceremony for the Corona-era swearing-in ceremony, and the newly elected leaders will be given a virtual oath in their villages by connecting them to departmental portals and social media groups.

-Pavan Kumar, District Panchayat Raj officer

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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