The case is filed with candidates for alcohol distribution

Jamo (amethi). Officials are sending Chaupal to the villages to hold panchayat elections, due to take place on April 26 at 2,460 stalls in the district.
On Monday, the SDM and CO inspected several of Jamo’s sensitive booths and interacted with the villagers. Officials appealed to villagers to provide information about such people, saying that during the election campaign they should register cases against those who attract voters through the distribution of alcohol.
In the three-stage Panchayat elections, the district administration was activated to ensure voting on sensitive and very sensitive booths without temptation and fear. To make the exercise successful, the campaign seeks to limit the spread of adulterated alcohol by marking and banning the annoying and criminal elements.
Apart from that, officials in the villages are busy imposing a chaupal to motivate voters to vote without being tempted. On Monday, SDM Sanjeev Kumar and CO Gurmeet took Chaupal to several villages including Katari from Jamo and Tehsildar Ghanshyam Bhartiya in Purbaigaon, Shahgarh.
During the chaupal, the officials appealed to the villagers to vote without temptation and to see the reality of the basic equipment on the stand.
Officials warned of measures to distribute alcohol, as well as intimidating and luring voters during the elections. The officers instructed the inspector in charge to step up the patrol, mark the correctness of the vote, take action and produce 100 percent facts.

Jamo (amethi). Officials are placing Chaupal in the villages to hold the Panchayat elections, due to take place on April 26 at 2,460 stalls in the district.

On Monday, the SDM and CO inspected several of Jamo’s sensitive booths and interacted with the villagers. Officials appealed to villagers to provide information about such people, saying that during the election campaign they should register cases against those who attract voters through the distribution of alcohol.

In the three-stage Panchayat elections, the district administration was activated to ensure voting on sensitive and very sensitive booths without temptation and fear. To make the exercise successful, the campaign seeks to limit the spread of adulterated alcohol by marking and banning the annoying and criminal elements.

Apart from that, the officials in the villages are busy imposing a chaupal in order to motivate voters to vote without being tempted. On Monday, SDM Sanjeev Kumar and CO Gurmeet took Chaupal to several villages including Katari from Jamo and Tehsildar Ghanshyam Bhartiya in Purbaigaon, Shahgarh.

During the chaupal, the officials appealed to the villagers to vote without temptation and to see the reality of the basic equipment on the stand.

Officials warned of measures to distribute alcohol, as well as intimidating and luring voters during the elections. The officers instructed the inspector in charge to step up the patrol, mark the correctness of the vote, take action and produce 100 percent facts.

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