The barricade begins, the electoral parties will leave tomorrow – the barricade begins, the electoral parties will leave tomorrow

Barabanki Barriquet for leaving polling stations at National Inter College in Fatehpur?
– Photo: BARABANKI

Barabanki In the third phase, the barricades began on Friday from the respective development blocks in the places related to the vote on Monday. Polling stations will be sent from these locations on Sunday. Nyaya Panchayat-wise tables are set up with barricades amid social distancing. On the other hand, work continued to send election papers from the district headquarters to many other blocs. The officials in charge also visited these departure locations.
Votes for the posts of Pradhan, BDC, DDC and Gram Panchayats will be cast on Monday. Earlier, on April 25, respondents reached the 3,883 booths set up for voting in 1161-gram panchayats by evening. To ensure the security of the polling stations, barricade work was initiated on Sunday at the new dispatch locations in the respective block headquarters. At the same time, with special attention to social distancing, Nyaya Panchayat-wise tables were set up a short distance away. The polling stations will leave their respective stands at eleven o’clock on Sunday morning.
The content of the election reached the blocks
The transport of the voting material to the dispatch points will be completed quickly before Sunday. On Friday too, heavy vehicles with important voting bags were loaded from the office of the deputy director in the district headquarters and sent to the respective blocks. Who reached their place in the evening.
How many stands in which block
Ramnagar-265, Suratganj-312, Fatehpur-302, Nindura-310, Draftli-238, Banki-234, Deva-265, Harakh-241, Daryabad-232, Banikodar-269, Puruldalai-178, Haidergarh-249, Trivediganj- 247, Siddhaur-313, C. Gauspur-237
The polling stations will leave on Sunday from the departure points of the respective blocks. For this purpose, preparations for barricades, tables etc. are made at the departure locations. During this time, the covid protocol will be taken care of. -DR. Rajesh Kumar, Assistant District Election Commissioner.

Barabanki In the third phase, the barricades began on Friday from the respective development blocks in the places in connection with the elections taking place on Monday. Polling stations will be sent from these locations on Sunday. Nyaya Panchayat-wise tables are set up along with barricades amid social distancing. On the other hand, work continued to send election papers from the district headquarters to many other blocs. The officials in charge also visited these departure locations.

Votes for the posts of Pradhan, BDC, DDC and Gram Panchayats will be cast on Monday. Earlier, on April 25, respondents reached the 3,883 booths set up for voting in 1161-gram panchayats by evening. To ensure the security of the polling stations, barricade work was initiated on Sunday at the new dispatch locations in the respective block headquarters. At the same time, with special consideration of social distancing, panchayat-wise tables were set up a short distance away. The polling stations will leave their respective stands at eleven o’clock on Sunday morning.

The election content reached the blocks

The transport of the voting material to the dispatch points will be completed quickly before Sunday. On Friday too, heavy vehicles with important voting bags were loaded from the office of the deputy director in the district headquarters and sent to the respective blocks. Who reached their place in the evening.

How many stands in which block

Ramnagar-265, Suratganj-312, Fatehpur-302, Nindura-310, Draftli-238, Banki-234, Deva-265, Harakh-241, Daryabad-232, Banikodar-269, Puruldalai-178, Haidergarh-249, Trivediganj- 247, Siddhaur-313, C. Gauspur-237

The polling stations will leave on Sunday from the departure points of the respective blocks. For this purpose, preparations for barricades, tables etc. are made at the departure locations. During this time, the covid protocol will be taken care of. -DR. Rajesh Kumar, Assistant District Election Commissioner.

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