Political, Gramm Panchayat, Hamirpur News – 112 princes swore the oath of office and secrecy

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Hamirpur For the first time in Panchayati Raj, the newly elected leaders were given the oath of office and secrecy through virtual services. On the first day of the two-day swearing-in of the village chiefs, 112 village chiefs were sworn in according to the guidelines on laptops and cell phones. The princes and members were sworn in in two guidelines. During the swearing in, the police were prepared for the security precautions.
DPRO Rajendra Prakash said that due to Corona, in accordance with government guidelines, the oath of office and secrecy were taken virtually to the village chiefs. The said oath will be taken in two days. On Tuesday, 112 village chiefs were sworn in on two polis on the first day. According to the Bharuasumerpur dialogue, 23 village chiefs were given the oath online via a virtual medium. ADO Panchayat Satyaprakash Gupta reported that members were sworn in together with village chiefs from Surauli Elderly, Chhanikhurd, Chandrapurva Elderly, Tikrauli, Ingohata, Badanpur, Dariyapur, Swasa Elderly, Banka, Simnodi, Banki, Chandaukhi and Patyora. In the second shift from 2 a.m. until the end of the work, the chiefs and members of the elders were sworn in in elders Bhanura, Khadahijar, Pararaipura, Saunkar, Nadehra, Bounia, Swasa Khurd, Billahdi, Kalaulijar and Pachkhura.
According to the Gahrauli Dialogue, laptops could not work in half a dozen villages due to a lack of network. BDO took the oath using a forced cell phone. Secretary and village chief and members were present at Panchayat Bhawan and carried a laptop to Gharauli in Muskra Block at 11am. However, the connection could not be established due to a network problem. Then BDO Som Prakash Tiwari of Mobile took the oath to director Virendra Kumar Rajput and 11 members. Mobile oaths were taken in Nivada, Gaura, Hussaina, and Tagari. According to Sarila Samvad, BDO Vinay Kumar Maurya took the oath online to 29 village chiefs and their panchayat members in three guidelines.
BDO said 12 newly elected leaders and panchayat members took an oath in 12 shifts in the first shift and 11 in the second shift. Tehsildar Hemant Chaudhary was appointed sector magistrate. According to the Qurara dialogues, in 20 gram panchayats, an oath was taken to the members of the head and the gram panchayat on the first shift from 10 a.m. and on the second shift from 2 p.m. The first open meeting of Panchayat village will take place in the village on May 27th. On May 26th, oaths will be taken in Asphalt, Qutubpur, Kandaur, Misripur, Chakothi, Bhaisapali, Shivni, Jalla and Kharounj.
According to the Rath dialogue, BDO Ashok Kumar Yadav told the chiefs Kathy, Jinnavira, Mazhgawan, Gohani Rath, Barda, Mavai, Basella, Sikerodha, Tikaria, Nauhai, Malhanta, Rauron, Bahgaon, Galhia, Girwar, Barel and Gohani Panwadi was administered. All have taken virtual oaths on their cell phones. On this occasion, ADO Panchayat Anup Kumar Sharma, Anjana Tiwari, Kavita Rajput, Narendra Pal Singh, Ram Ahirwar, Dharmendra Shivhare etc. According to the Maudha dialogue, BDO Abhimanyu Seth took the oath to the head and members of 33 panchayats through a virtual one Medium. The remaining 15 princes are sworn in in Budhwar. The first meeting of the princes follows on May 27th.

Hamirpur For the first time in Panchayati Raj, the newly elected leaders were given the oath of office and secrecy through virtual services. On the first day of the two-day swearing-in of the village chiefs, 112 village chiefs were sworn in according to the guidelines on laptops and cell phones. The princes and members were sworn in in two guidelines. During the swearing in, the police were prepared for the security precautions.

DPRO Rajendra Prakash said that due to Corona, in accordance with government guidelines, the oath of office and secrecy were taken virtually to the village chiefs. The said oath will be taken in two days. On Tuesday, 112 village chiefs were sworn in on two polis on the first day. According to the Bharuasumerpur dialogue, 23 village chiefs were given the oath online via a virtual medium. ADO Panchayat Satyaprakash Gupta reported that members were sworn in together with village chiefs from Surauli Elderly, Chhanikhurd, Chandrapurva Elderly, Tikrauli, Ingohata, Badanpur, Dariyapur, Swasa Elderly, Banka, Simnodi, Banki, Chandaukhi and Patyora. In the second shift from 2 a.m. until the end of the work, the chiefs and members of the elders were sworn in in elders Bhanura, Khadahijar, Pararaipura, Saunkar, Nadehra, Bounia, Swasa Khurd, Billahdi, Kalaulijar and Pachkhura.

According to the Gahrauli Dialogue, laptops could not work in half a dozen villages due to a lack of network. BDO took the oath using a forced cell phone. Secretary and village chief and members were present at Panchayat Bhawan and carried a laptop to Gharauli in Muskra Block at 11am. However, the connection could not be established due to a network problem. Then BDO Som Prakash Tiwari of Mobile took the oath to director Virendra Kumar Rajput and 11 members. Mobile oaths were taken in Nivada, Gaura, Hussaina, and Tagari. According to Sarila Samvad, BDO Vinay Kumar Maurya took the oath online to 29 village chiefs and their panchayat members in three guidelines.

BDO said 12 newly elected leaders and panchayat members took an oath in 12 shifts in the first shift and 11 in the second shift. Tehsildar Hemant Chaudhary was appointed sector magistrate. According to the Qurara dialogues, in 20 gram panchayats, an oath was taken to the members of the head and the gram panchayat on the first shift from 10 a.m. and on the second shift from 2 p.m. The first open meeting of Panchayat village will take place in the village on May 27th. On May 26th, oaths will be taken in Asphalt, Qutubpur, Kandaur, Misripur, Chakothi, Bhaisapali, Shivni, Jalla and Kharounj.

According to the Rath dialogue, BDO Ashok Kumar Yadav told the chiefs Kathy, Jinnavira, Mazhgawan, Gohani Rath, Barda, Mavai, Basella, Sikerodha, Tikaria, Nauhai, Malhanta, Rauron, Bahgaon, Galhia, Girwar, Barel and Gohani Panwadi was administered. All have taken virtual oaths on their cell phones. On this occasion, ADO Panchayat Anup Kumar Sharma, Anjana Tiwari, Kavita Rajput, Narendra Pal Singh, Ram Ahirwar, Dharmendra Shivhare etc. According to the Maudha dialogue, BDO Abhimanyu Seth took the oath to the head and members of 33 panchayats through a virtual one Medium. The remaining 15 princes are sworn in in Budhwar. The first meeting of the princes follows on May 27th.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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