Preparations for the counting of the Panchayat elections in Mainpuri begin

Newspaper counter, Amar Ujala, Mainpuri

Published by: Mukesh Kumar
Updated Thu April 29, 2021 12:04 AM IST

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The vote will be counted on May 2 at selected locations in all nine blocks of the district. Preparations for this have begun.

After the Panchayat elections in the Mainpuri district, preparations for the counting of votes began. During the census, ID cards are issued to candidates and their representatives based only on the number of tables. At the same time, the passport is issued only to candidates for the count of the post of Gram Panchayat member. To this end, orders were issued by the deputy electoral officer of the district. The count of the Panchayat elections in nine blocks of the district will take place on May 2nd. This counts the posts of Zilla Panchayat member, Gram Pradhan, Kshetra Panchayat member and Gram Panchayat member. For this, space has already been marked on all nine blocks. Setting up strong rooms at the metering site itself makes the process easier.

When the votes are counted, the candidates and their representatives are given out based on the number of pass tables. If the vote is counted at five tables, only five people, including the candidate, will be present at the counting location. Badges are issued to Gram Pradhan, Zilla Panchayat member and Kshetra Panchayat member according to the table number.

Only the candidate ID is issued for the post of Gram Panchayat member. All candidates and agents must use masks during voting. If there is no mask, they will be kicked out of the counting pandal. Badges are issued to candidates and agents before the counting of votes begins at the counting station itself.

The agents go out as soon as the post count is complete

Several contributions are counted simultaneously on tables. In such cases, the agents of the sites whose counting is complete are dispatched to their agents. The government intends to reduce congestion during the corona transition period. At the same time, the instruction was given not to crowd outside the counting location.

How many posts should be counted?
– 4850 grams of Pradhan contributions
– 3417 Area Panchayat membership fees
– 3311 Gram Panchayat membership fees
– 367 Panchayat District membership dues

CDO / Deputy District Election Commissioner Isha Priya said that all candidates and their representatives will be issued ID cards based on the number of tables to be counted. Everyone must follow the rules to prevent corona infection. As soon as the vote count is finished, the agents leave the counting pandal.

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After the Panchayat elections in the Mainpuri district, preparations for the counting of votes began. During the census, ID cards are issued to candidates and their representatives based only on the number of tables. At the same time, the passport is issued only to candidates for counting the post of Gram Panchayat member. To this end, orders were issued by the deputy election officer of the district.

The count of the Panchayat elections in nine blocks of the district will take place on May 2nd. This counts the posts of Zilla Panchayat member, Gram Pradhan, Kshetra Panchayat member and Gram Panchayat member. For this, space has already been marked on all nine blocks. Setting up strong rooms at the metering site itself makes the process easier.

When the votes are counted, the candidates and their representatives are given out based on the number of pass tables. If the vote is counted at five tables, only five people, including the candidate, will be present at the counting location. Badges are issued to Gram Pradhan, Zilla Panchayat member and Kshetra Panchayat member according to the table number.

For the post of Gram Panchayat member, only the candidate’s passport is issued. All candidates and agents must use masks during voting. If there is no mask, they will be kicked out of the counting pandal. Badges are issued to candidates and agents before the counting of votes begins at the counting station itself.

Votes will be counted on May 2 at selected locations in all nine blocks of the district. Preparations for this have begun.

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