Registration takes place today at the Collectorate and Block Headquarters – The nomination takes place today at the Collectorate and Block Headquarters

Counter created for registration in Dudahi block.
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Registration takes place today at the Collectorate and Block Headquarters
Padrauna. Those who submitted their claims in the Panchayat election completed the nomination preparations by Friday evening. Nominations for 61 district panchayat positions are made in the Collectorate. The remaining positions are nominated in the block headquarters. Other preparations were made for this, including the barricade. In view of the rapidly growing corona infection, the government has asked candidates not to rush.
In the Panchayat elections, 2502064 voters will exercise the right to vote. Elections are held for 61 seats for member Zilla Panchayat, 1,517 seats for member Kshetra Panchayat, 1003 seats for member Gram Pradhan and 12,997 seats for member Gram Panchayat. For this purpose, 1523 polling stations and 4131 booths were built. The nomination process for these positions begins on April 17th. The nomination documents will be submitted on April 17th and 18th from eight to five in the morning. Nomination papers from one to 13 stations from Vishunpura, Khadda and Nebua Naurangia are submitted to the SDM court in the Collectorate. There will be nominations from Districts No. 14 through 25 of Sukrauli and Ramkola to the ADM Finance and Finance Court and from Districts 26 to 38 to Motichak, Hata, Kasaya and Fazilnagar to the ADM Court. Candidates from 39 to 61 districts of Tamkuhi, Severhi and Padrauna can also submit nomination papers to the ASDM court. Barricades were carried out outside the courts. Tightening measures have been taken at the registration offices to comply with the guidelines of Kovid-19. Police and Home Guard employees will also be deployed during the nomination process. Only two applicants with one candidate appear before the RO and ARO.
Registration takes place by setting up a tent
Where the market. The nomination is prepared by installing tents in a semi-built building on the Vishunpura block campus. RO Anant Yadav said that eight tables were prepared for Nyaya Panchayat for the post of village head, totaling 81 grams of panchayats. Six separate tables will be set up for members of the Panchayat area. He announced that nominations will start at 8:00 a.m. and run until 5:00 p.m.
35 employees placed at seven counters
Milkman. A total of seven counters were created for the nomination of Gram Pradhan, Kshetra Panchayat members, and Gram Panchayat members in the Dudhi Development Block. An obligation of 35 employees was imposed. Only two applicants and the candidate can enter from the main door. Entry is not possible without a mask. When you get to the switch, use the disinfectant and sign in by creating a removal.
15 meters built in Ramkola
Ramkola Fifteen admissions counters have been set up in Ramkola. Nominations are made under the supervision of the Assistant Election Officer at each counter. Returning Officer Shankar Pandey said the duty had been assigned to the staff. For the preparation a meeting was held, at which ADO Panchayat Neeraj Kumar Chaturvedi, Abhijeet Singh, Sanjeet Kumar, Pramod Kumar, Shriram Singh, Mohammad Iqbal Ansari etc. were present.
There are 10 tables for the head, six tables for the BDC
Khadda. The nomination system was developed by SDM Arvind Kumar, Tehsildar Dr. SK Rai and Naib Tehsildar Ravi Yadav inspected after reaching the block headquarters. ADO Panchayat Sitaram announced that 10 tables have been installed for the nomination of the post of Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat and six tables for BDC. The nomination documents are submitted by 8 a.m. The covid-19 policy is followed.
11 counters for head and five counters for BDC
Kaptanganj. A nomination for the office of Gram Pradhan, BDC and Gram Panchayat member will be submitted in the local development block on Saturday and Sunday. The administration completed the preparations for this on Friday. BDO Vinay Kumar Dwivedi announced that 11 counters will be opened for village leaders and members and five for BDC. Two counters are provided for employees and media workers from whom information is exchanged.

Registration takes place today at the Collectorate and Block Headquarters

Padrauna. Those who submitted their claims in the Panchayat election completed the nomination preparations by Friday evening. Nominations for 61 district panchayat positions are made in the Collectorate. The remaining positions are nominated in the block headquarters. Other preparations were made for this, including the barricade. In view of the rapidly growing corona infection, the government has asked candidates not to rush.

In the Panchayat elections, 2502064 voters will exercise the right to vote. Elections are held for 61 seats for member Zilla Panchayat, 1,517 seats for member Kshetra Panchayat, 1003 seats for member Gram Pradhan and 12,997 seats for member Gram Panchayat. 1523 polling stations and 4131 booths were built for this purpose. The nomination process for these positions begins on April 17th. The nomination documents will be submitted on April 17th and 18th from eight to five in the morning. Nomination papers from one to 13 stations from Vishunpura, Khadda and Nebua Naurangia are submitted to the SDM court in the Collectorate. There will be nominations from Districts No. 14 through 25 of Sukrauli and Ramkola to the ADM Finance and Finance Court and from Districts 26 to 38 to Motichak, Hata, Kasaya and Fazilnagar to the ADM Court. Candidates from 39 to 61 districts of Tamkuhi, Severhi and Padrauna can also submit nomination papers to the ASDM court. Barricades were carried out outside the courts. Tightening measures have been taken at the registration offices in order to comply with the guidelines of Kovid-19. Police and Home Guard employees will also be deployed during the nomination process. Only two applicants with one candidate appear before the RO and ARO.

Registration takes place by setting up a tent

Where the market. The nomination is prepared by installing tents in a semi-built building on the Vishunpura block campus. RO Anant Yadav said that eight tables were prepared for Nyaya Panchayat for the post of village head, totaling 81 grams of panchayats. 6 separate tables will be set up for the members of the Panchayat area. He announced that nominations will start at 8:00 a.m. and run until 5:00 p.m.

35 employees placed at seven counters

Milkman. A total of seven counters were created for the nomination of Gram Pradhan, Kshetra Panchayat members, and Gram Panchayat members in the Dudhi Development Block. An obligation of 35 employees was imposed. Only two applicants and the candidate can enter from the main door. Entry is not possible without a mask. When you get to the switch, use the disinfectant and sign in by creating a removal.

15 meters built in Ramkola

Ramkola Fifteen registration counters have been set up in Ramkola. Nominations are made under the supervision of the Assistant Election Officer at each counter. Returning Officer Shankar Pandey said the duty had been assigned to the staff. For the preparation a meeting was held, at which ADO Panchayat Neeraj Kumar Chaturvedi, Abhijeet Singh, Sanjeet Kumar, Pramod Kumar, Shriram Singh, Mohammad Iqbal Ansari etc. were present.

There are 10 tables for the head, six tables for the BDC

Khadda. The nomination system was developed by SDM Arvind Kumar, Tehsildar Dr. SK Rai and Naib Tehsildar Ravi Yadav inspected after reaching the block headquarters. ADO Panchayat Sitaram announced that 10 tables have been installed for the nomination of the post of Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat and six tables for BDC. The nomination documents are submitted by 8 a.m. The covid-19 policy is followed.

11 counters for head and five counters for BDC

Kaptanganj. A nomination for the office of Gram Pradhan, BDC and Gram Panchayat member will be submitted in the local development block on Saturday and Sunday. The administration completed the preparations for this on Friday. BDO Vinay Kumar Dwivedi announced that 11 counters will be opened for village leaders and members and five for BDC. Two counters are provided for employees and media personnel from whom information is exchanged.

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