The fate of 15,619 candidates will be decided in 48 hours – The fate of 15,619 candidates will be decided in 48 hours

Balrampur During the counting of the votes in the Panchayat elections, the fate of 15,619 candidates will be decided within 48 hours. Preparations are being made to start counting votes in a 12 to 12 hour shift at 224 tables simultaneously in all nine blocks of the district from May 2nd. The counting process is expected to be completed in four shifts. For the count, 1120 people are employed in each shift.
The counting of the votes for the three-stage Panchayat elections in 2021 has started. On May 2, all nine blocks in the district will begin counting votes at the same time. The counting of the votes of Gram Pradhan, Gram Panchayat Member, Kshetra Panchayat Member, and Zilla Panchayat Member Seats begins at the same time.
The fate of 718 candidates will be decided in 40 seats of the Zilla Panchayat member. In all nine blocks of the district, the fate of 5431 candidates in 795 village chief seats, 4443 in 975 seats in the Kshetra Panchayat member and 5027 candidates in the Gram Panchayat member is decided by counting.
From May 2nd MPP Inter College of the Sadar Block, Mohanlal Ramlal Inter College Shivpura of the Haraiya Satgharwa Block, Naveen Mandi Samiti Tulsipur of the Tulsipur Block, Kisan Inter College Singhmuhani of the Gasdi Block, Fazle Rahmania Inter College of the Pachpedwa Block, HR Inter College of the Uttaula The block counting starts in Uttaraula.
This begins the counting of votes in the Chaudhary Lalta Prasad Singh Buddhist College of the Sriduttganj Block, the Bhagwati Prasad Shukla Inter College of the Rehra Bazar Block and the late Ramatirath Chaudhary Inter College Imilia Banghusra of the Gaidas Seniors’ Block. In the 48-hour count, the fate of 15,619 candidates will be decided in all seats.
The counting takes place under the supervision of the judges
All preparations for the counting of votes for the elections in Panchayat from May 2nd have started. Judges are deployed in all nine blocks of the district to oversee the counting of votes. At the instruction of the state election commission, the victorious candidates give the victorious candidates RO and ARO certificates. Strict measures will be taken against those who wreak havoc in the counting of votes for violating the Model Election Code of Conduct. – Shruti, District Electoral Officer / DM

Balrampur During the counting of the votes in the Panchayat elections, the fate of 15,619 candidates will be decided within 48 hours. Preparations are being made to start counting votes in 12 to 12 hours at 224 tables simultaneously in all nine blocks of the district from May 2nd. The counting process is expected to be completed in four shifts. For the count, 1120 people are employed in each shift.

The counting of the votes for the three-stage Panchayat elections in 2021 has started. On May 2, all nine blocks in the district will begin counting votes at the same time. The counting of the votes of Gram Pradhan, Gram Panchayat Member, Kshetra Panchayat Member, and Zilla Panchayat Member Seats begins at the same time.

The fate of 718 candidates will be decided in 40 seats of the Zilla Panchayat member. In all nine blocks of the district, the fate of 5431 candidates in 795 seats of the Gram Pradhan Post, 4443 in 975 seats of the Kshetra Panchayat member and 5027 candidates of the Gram Panchayat member is decided by counting.

From May 2nd MPP Inter College of the Sadar Block, Mohanlal Ramlal Inter College Shivpura of the Haraiya Satgharwa Block, Naveen Mandi Samiti Tulsipur of the Tulsipur Block, Kisan Inter College Singhmuhani of the Gasdi Block, Fazle Rahmania Inter College of the Pachpedwa Block, HR Inter College of the Uttaula The block counting starts in Uttaraula.

This will begin the counting of votes in the Chaudhary Lalta Prasad Singh Buddhist College of the Sriduttganj Block, the Bhagwati Prasad Shukla Inter College of the Rehra Bazar Block and the late Ramatirath Chaudhary Inter College Imilia Banghusra of the Gaidas Elderly Block. In the 48-hour count, the fate of 15,619 candidates will be decided in all seats.

The counting takes place under the supervision of the judges

All preparations for the counting of votes for the elections in Panchayat from May 2nd have started. Judges are deployed in all nine blocks of the district to oversee the counting of votes. At the instruction of the state election commission, the victorious candidates give the victorious candidates RO and ARO certificates. Strict measures will be taken against those who wreak havoc in the counting of votes for violating the Model Election Code of Conduct. – Shruti, District Electoral Officer / DM

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