Some temporary workers vote, then the decision was made with a throw

Azamgarh. The counting of the three-stage Panchayat elections was completed late Monday evening. During this time, when counting in many places, the counting of the work was completed by using temporary workers in many places. At the same time there were many seats on which both candidates received equal votes and the result of the victory was declared by throw. The vote count, which began at eight a.m. on Sunday morning, took so long that staff at many counting centers left the field and ran away.
There are 1,884 posts from Pradhan in the district, 22820 from Gram Panchayat, 2104 from Kshetra Panchayat, and 84 posts from Zilla Panchayat. Voting for all of these posts was completed on April 19th. The counting of votes was supposed to start on Sunday morning at eight o’clock, but due to illness, the counting of votes could not be started in time in any counting center. The prevalence of misconduct was that many counting centers could complete the vote count by Monday evening. The worst illness was that the staff employed in many counting centers left the field in the middle and ran away and somehow managed to count the temporary workers. At the same time, the dispute continued in many seats until Monday evening, and the runners-up even complained to senior officials. Even after the results were announced, many candidates were also found to go to court. There was a sense of misconduct in the counting centers that the covid policy appeared nowhere to be followed. There was a crowd at all of the centers, and social distancing was nowhere to be seen.
Results declared after throwing
Ambari Two candidates, Kanchan Yadav and Sunil Yadav, received 312-312 votes as the head of Gram Panchayat Hyderabad from the Martingganj Development Bloc. The counting staff decided by a throw. In which Kanchan Yadav won. In the Mirzapur block area, the fate of two candidates was also decided by throwing them. For the entire district, the decision on more than a dozen seats was made by throwing.

Azamgarh. The counting of the three-stage Panchayat elections was completed late Monday evening. During this time, while the census was being carried out on many seats, the work census was completed by placing temporary workers on many seats. At the same time there were many seats on which both candidates received equal votes and the result of the victory was declared by throw. The vote count, which began at eight a.m. on Sunday morning, took so long that employees stationed at many counting centers left the field and ran.

There are 1,884 posts from Pradhan in the district, 22820 from Gram Panchayat, 2104 from Kshetra Panchayat, and 84 posts from Zilla Panchayat. Voting for all of these posts was completed on April 19th. The counting of votes was supposed to start on Sunday morning at eight o’clock, but due to illness, the counting of votes could not be started in time in any counting center. The prevalence of misconduct was that many counting centers could complete the vote count by Monday evening. The worst illness was that the staff employed in many counting centers left the field in the middle and ran away and somehow managed to count the temporary workers. At the same time, the dispute continued in many seats until Monday evening, and the runners-up even complained to senior officials. Even after the results were announced, many candidates were also found to go to court. There was a sense of misconduct in the counting centers that the covid policy appeared nowhere to be followed. There was a crowd at all of the centers and social distancing was nowhere to be seen.

Results declared after throwing

Ambari Two candidates, Kanchan Yadav and Sunil Yadav, received 312-312 votes as the head of Gram Panchayat Hyderabad from the Martingganj Development Bloc. The counting staff decided by a throw. In which Kanchan Yadav won. In the Mirzapur block area, the fate of two candidates was also decided by throwing them. For the entire district, the decision on more than a dozen seats was made by throwing.

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