The counting of CCTV cameras will be carried out from tomorrow – The counting will be monitored by CCTV cameras from tomorrow

Balrampur The counting of the votes in the Panchayat elections is carried out under the supervision of surveillance cameras. The counting of votes for the Panchayat elections begins on May 2 at 8:00 a.m. at the counting stations in all nine blocks of the district.
Appropriate security guards will be deployed at all counting locations to count the votes in a peaceful and impartial manner and in accordance with the Corona Protocol. Barricades are erected at counting stations for security.
The election commission banned the celebration of the victorious candidates. is. The fate of 15,619 candidates from Gram Panchayat members, Gram Pradhans, Kshetra Panchayat members and Zilla Panchayat members will be decided after the votes have been counted.
The counting of the votes of the candidates who will take part in the three-stage Panchayat elections in 2021 will begin simultaneously on May 8th from 8 a.m. under surveillance by surveillance cameras in the counting centers in all nine blocks of the district.
All staff who did the vote count were instructed to register at the centers at 6 a.m. Tables are being prepared in all counting centers in the district. Preparations are being made for the Nyaya Panchayat vote count to be carried out under the supervision of judges.
There are a total of 101 Nyaya Panchayats in the district. There are 22 Nyaya Panchayats in the district with more than 20 stalls with two additional tables set up. The administration is preparing a plan to place a total of 224 tables in the district for voting in all Nyaya Panchayats.
Five employees are counted at each table. Three counting assistants as well as a counting manager and additional counting staff are placed on all tables. The counting takes place in shifts of 12 to 12 hours.
2240 employees are used to count the votes. 10 percent more counting staff was kept in reserve for emergencies. 2464 employees are trained to count the votes.

Balrampur The counting of the votes in the Panchayat elections is carried out under the supervision of surveillance cameras. The counting of votes for the Panchayat elections begins on May 2 at 8:00 a.m. at the counting stations in all nine blocks of the district.

Appropriate security guards will be deployed at all counting locations to count the votes in a peaceful and impartial manner and in accordance with the Corona Protocol. Barricades are erected at counting stations for security.

The election commission banned the celebration of the victorious candidates. is. The fate of 15,619 candidates from Gram Panchayat members, Gram Pradhans, Kshetra Panchayat members and Zilla Panchayat members will be decided after the votes have been counted.

The counting of the votes of the candidates who will take part in the three-stage Panchayat elections in 2021 will begin simultaneously on May 8th from 8 a.m. under surveillance by surveillance cameras in the counting centers in all nine blocks of the district.

All staff who did the vote count were instructed to register at the centers at 6 a.m. Tables are being prepared in all counting centers in the district. Preparations are being made for the Nyaya Panchayat vote count to be carried out under the supervision of judges.

There are a total of 101 Nyaya Panchayats in the district. There are 22 Nyaya Panchayats in the district with more than 20 stalls with two additional tables set up. The administration is preparing a plan to place a total of 224 tables in the district for voting in all Nyaya Panchayats.

Five employees are counted at each table. Three counting assistants as well as a counting manager and additional counting staff are placed on all tables. The counting takes place in shifts of 12 to 12 hours.

2240 employees are used to count the votes. 10 percent more counting staff was kept in reserve for emergencies. 2464 employees are trained to count the votes.

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