Result Ghosit Hote Hi Jhume Vijeta – The winner will jump as soon as the results are announced

To tie. The results of the Panchayat elections were announced late on Monday evening, the second day of the census. When the votes were counted for two consecutive days, 465 out of 469 village chiefs were elected. The vote will take place on May 9 in the remaining four grams of panchayats following the deaths of the candidates for the position. In the meantime, out of 750 Kshetra Panchayat members (BDCs), 33 unopposed candidates have been elected. 717 were declared elected. Similarly, 30 District Panchayat Members (DDCs) were elected. In 6,153 of the Gram Panchayat members, 4,092 were unopposed. There are currently no vacancies in 414-gram Panchayat stations as there is not a single nomination.
After counting the votes in all contributions, the counting of the votes ended on Monday evening. The results of Pradhan, BDC, DDC have been declared. The supporters camped in front of the counting sites until late at night. Ritjaga by placing a tarpaulin in the shade of trees. He continued to speculate about victory and defeat. The candidates had provided for their food and drink. On the other hand, the final results from all blocks were announced on Monday afternoon. Although the results of DDC, Pradhan in the Barokhar Block were declared late at night. The winning candidates performed puja in the temples. Then traveled to the villages.
The police stopped trailers barricading
To tie. On the second day of the census, the supporters were stopped by barricades 200 meters from the venue. However, the crowd of supporters continued to evade the police. Sitting in batches here and there. When the results were announced, the supporters of the won candidates shouted enthusiastic slogans. There was disappointment in the losers’ camp and they quietly moved from the counting stations. Due to the corona guideline, no candidate and supporter could carry out the victory procession.
Thermal screening of staff and agents
To tie. On the second day at the Rajadevi Degree College counting center in town, staff and agents were also screened with a pulse oximeter and thermal screening. On behalf of the Ministry of Health, the medical team set up counters in two places and performed a rapid antigen test of the staff and agents who participated in the count. However, not a single corona positive was found here. The medical team stood until the votes were counted.
Supporters chased from the counting of places
To tie. The census centers (colleges) were converted into police cantons. Since the candidates and supporters could not remove the procession, the police continued to roam. The loudspeaker kept warning against celebrating and not ending the procession. When crowds gathered at or near the counting site, the police continued to pursue them with sticks. The police also evicted those who sold sweets and flowers at the counting site.
DM upset about sluggish counting
To tie. Also on the second day, DM Anand Kumar Singh and SP Dr. SS Meena the counting centers. At Rajadevi Degree College, DM expressed displeasure with the slow counting of votes. It was instructed that the vote count should be completed by late evening. Instructs the RO of DDC that the results should be announced by evening.
DM presented certificates to DDC members
To tie. District Judge Anand Kumar Singh distributed certificates to the newly elected Panchayat District members in the Panchayat District Auditorium. He said that he should work with full dedication to develop the area. Warned that no victorious member would end the procession. There should also be no celebration among the supporters. On this occasion, the Chief Development Officer Harishchandra Verma, the additional District Judge Santosh Bahadur Singh, the additional Chief Officer, etc. were present.

To tie. The results of the Panchayat elections were announced late on Monday evening, the second day of the census. When the votes were counted for two consecutive days, 465 out of 469 village chiefs were elected. The vote will take place on May 9 in the remaining four grams of panchayats following the deaths of the candidates for the position. In the meantime, out of 750 Kshetra Panchayat members (BDCs), 33 unopposed candidates have been elected. 717 were declared elected. Similarly, 30 District Panchayat Members (DDCs) were elected. In 6,153 of the Gram Panchayat members, 4,092 were unopposed. There are currently no vacancies in 414-gram Panchayat stations as there is not a single nomination.

After counting the votes in all contributions, the counting of the votes ended on Monday evening. The results of Pradhan, BDC, DDC have been declared. The supporters camped in front of the counting sites until late at night. Ritjaga by placing a tarpaulin in the shade of trees. He continued to speculate about victory and defeat. The candidates had provided for their food and drink. On the other hand, the final results from all blocks were announced on Monday afternoon. Although the results of the DDC, Pradhan in the Barokhar Block were declared late at night. The winning candidates performed puja in the temples. Then traveled to the villages.

The police stopped trailers barricading

To tie. On the second day of the census, the supporters were stopped by barricades 200 meters from the venue. However, the crowd of supporters continued to evade the police. Sitting in batches here and there. When the results were announced, the supporters of the won candidates shouted enthusiastic slogans. There was disappointment in the losers’ camp and they quietly moved from the counting stations. Due to the corona guideline, no candidate and supporter could carry out the victory procession.

Thermal screening of staff and agents

To tie. On the second day at the Rajadevi Degree College counting center in town, staff and agents were also screened with a pulse oximeter and thermal screening. On behalf of the Ministry of Health, the medical team set up counters in two places and performed a rapid antigen test of the staff and agents who participated in the count. However, not a single corona positive was found here. The medical team stood until the votes were counted.

Supporters chased from the count of places

To tie. The census centers (colleges) were converted into police cantons. Since the candidates and supporters could not remove the procession, the police continued to roam. The loudspeaker kept warning against celebrating and not ending the procession. When crowds gathered at or near the counting site, the police continued to pursue them with sticks. The police also evicted those who sold sweets and flowers at the counting site.

DM upset about sluggish counting

To tie. Also on the second day, DM Anand Kumar Singh and SP Dr. SS Meena the counting centers. At Rajadevi Degree College, DM expressed displeasure with the slow counting of votes. It was instructed that the vote count should be completed by late evening. Instructs the RO of DDC that the results should be announced by evening.

DM presented certificates to DDC members

To tie. District Judge Anand Kumar Singh distributed certificates to the newly elected Panchayat District members in the Panchayat District Auditorium. He said that he should work with full dedication to develop the area. Warned that no victorious member would end the procession. There should also be no celebration among the supporters. On this occasion, the Chief Development Officer Harishchandra Verma, the additional District Judge Santosh Bahadur Singh, the additional Chief Officer, etc. were present.

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