Political, Hamirpur News, Chunaao – Election workers fell in Tikarauli

Bharusoomerpur. The sudden health of the electoral staff (third party) at Booth No. 40 in Tikarauli Village in the block area deteriorated. He passed out on the school campus. The ambulance was called to knock him out, but the ambulance arrived about two hours later.
Election worker III Manoj Kumar was on duty at Tikrauli booth 40. During Monday’s election, he suddenly deteriorated and left the polling room and entered the school grounds. Meanwhile, he passed out and fell. There was a stir on the school campus when he passed out. Information was given to the ambulance and sector as well as the zone judge.
However, the ambulance arrived at the scene about two hours after the officers arrived. Then the unconscious worker was taken to Sadar Hospital. The sector’s trade tax officer in charge, Mukhtiar Singh, said Manoj Kumar worked as election worker III. Suddenly his health deteriorated. The condition of the electoral staff improves after the treatment.
Supporters of DDC candidates clashed
Quora. In the village of Patara in the Thana region, Lathis and Stangen were fiercely among the supporters of two candidates for the post of Zilla Panchayat member. Half a dozen people were injured on both sides. The police got the information, but neither side has given Tahrir. Two people from the Patra village in the region are in the polling field from the second seat of the Panchayat member of Jhalokhar district. During the vote, supporters of both candidates became angry at the votes cast. As the dispute escalated, the poles began to run between the two sides. Half a dozen people were injured on both sides.
At the same time, the police learned of the incident. The responsible station, Banke Bihari Singh, says the dispute did not take place at the polling station. Supporters quarreled somewhere in the village. So far a police station has not been found by either side. On the other hand, according to the Maudha Dialogue late on Sunday, there was a conflict between the supporters of the two candidates for the office of prime minister in the village of Sijnouda. Based on the information, the police calmed the case. At the same time, supporters of one of the main tamarind candidates threatened to see supporters of another candidate after the election. (Conversation)

Bharusoomerpur. The sudden health of the electoral staff (third party) at Booth No. 40 in Tikarauli Village in the block area deteriorated. He passed out on the school campus. The ambulance was called to knock him out, but the ambulance arrived about two hours later.

Election worker III Manoj Kumar was on duty at Tikrauli booth 40. During Monday’s election, he suddenly deteriorated and left the polling room and entered the school grounds. Meanwhile, he passed out and fell. There was a stir on the school campus when he passed out. Information was given to the ambulance and sector as well as the zone judge.

However, the ambulance arrived at the scene about two hours after the officers arrived. Then the unconscious worker was taken to Sadar Hospital. The sector’s trade tax officer in charge, Mukhtiar Singh, said Manoj Kumar worked as election worker III. Suddenly his health deteriorated. The condition of the electoral staff improves after the treatment.

Supporters of DDC candidates clashed

Quora. In the village of Patara in the Thana region, Lathis and Stangen were fiercely among the supporters of two candidates for the post of Zilla Panchayat member. Half a dozen people were injured on both sides. The police got the information, but neither side has given Tahrir. Two people from the Patra village in the region are in the polling field from the second seat of the Panchayat member of Jhalokhar district. During the vote, supporters of both candidates became angry at the votes cast. As the dispute escalated, the poles began to run between the two sides. Half a dozen people were injured on both sides.

At the same time, the police learned of the incident. The responsible station, Banke Bihari Singh, says the dispute did not take place at the polling station. Supporters quarreled somewhere in the village. So far a police station has not been found by either side. On the other hand, according to the Maudha Dialogue late on Sunday, there was a conflict between the supporters of the two candidates for the office of prime minister in the village of Sijnouda. Based on the information, the police calmed the case. At the same time, supporters of one of the main tamarind candidates threatened to see supporters of another candidate after the election. (Conversation)

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