Political, Hamirpur News, Chunaao – enormous enthusiasm for the government of the villages

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Did the security crowd keep voters in line at the polling station in Dariapur village in Hamirpur?
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Bharusoomerpur. The youth, women and elders showed great enthusiasm to form the government of the village. Between 7 a.m. and late at night there was a long row of cabins amid the scorching sun and heat. Voters at all the stands complained that the electoral staff were slow to turn out. Even after that, he waited in the scorching sun for his turn.
The voting took place in all Gramm panchayats in the block area at 12 percent by 9 a.m., 36 percent at 1 p.m. and 50 percent at 3 p.m. There were long queues of voters in the polling stations. Older women and young people lined up to vote with enthusiasm. In most booths, voters only had one complaint that the electoral staff were slow to turn out. The young voters, who were voting for the first time, were delighted. He said he would prioritize educated youth and development candidates in the vote.
Amit, Rakesh, Rahul, Kalyan Singh, Rajesh Kumar and Deepak Yadav from Vidokhar Puri, Jyoti Yadav and the youth of Pothia, Mohit, Deepak Kumar who voted for the first time in Kundaura said that their priority is development. The same Kundaura elders Brown, 82, Chandpurwa Elder Ki Phulia, 80, Suraulis Shiv Dulari, 75, and Teedhas Chandania (105) also came to the polling station to enthusiastically form the village government. Peacefully chosen. The police sat with vigilance across the region. Police cluster teams continued to visit the area and monitor the vote.

Bharusoomerpur. The youth, women and elders showed great enthusiasm to form the government of the village. Between 7 a.m. and late at night, there was a long row of cabins amid the scorching sun and heat. Voters at all the stands complained that the electoral staff were slow to turn out. Even after that, he waited in the scorching sun for his turn.

The voting took place in all Gramm panchayats in the block area at 12 percent by 9 a.m., 36 percent at 1 p.m. and 50 percent at 3 p.m. There were long queues of voters in the polling stations. Older women and young people lined up to vote with enthusiasm. In most booths, voters only had one complaint that the electoral staff were slow to turn out. The young voters, who were voting for the first time, were delighted. He said he would prioritize educated youth and development candidates in the vote.

Amit, Rakesh, Rahul, Kalyan Singh, Rajesh Kumar and Deepak Yadav from Vidokhar Puri, Jyoti Yadav and the youth of Pothia, Mohit, Deepak Kumar who voted for the first time in Kundaura said that their priority is development. The same Kundaura elders Bhura (82), Chandpurwa elders Phulia (80), Suraulis Shiv Dulari (75) and Teedhas Chandania (105) also came to the polling station to enthusiastically form the village government. Peacefully chosen. The police sat with vigilance across the region. Police cluster teams continued to visit the area and monitor the vote.

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