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To tie. In Bundelkhand, together with the entire state, the vacant chairs of the chief of Kshetra Panchayat were filled on Tuesday. The three-stage Panchayat system was thus completely handed over to the elected representatives. The District Panchayat President and Village Chief have already begun their terms with an oath. On Tuesday, the block chiefs began their term of office after taking the oath.
A total of 33 block leaders in Chitrakootdham Mandal and in the Jalaun district of Bundelkhand took their oath on Tuesday and took over the work of the block government. There are a total of 33 Kshetra Panchayats / Blocks in Chitrakootdham Mandal and Jalaun District. In all of these, the elected bloc chiefs took command of the Kshetra Panchayat government in the recent elections after taking the oath on Tuesday. Of these, the government is led by women from 14 blocs. Female bosses were elected here. Apart from that, the development work in the block areas next to the villages will now pick up speed.
It should be noted that prior to the government of the blocs, the government of the villages duly took over the work. In the government of most of the villages where the BJP village chief was elected, the BJP’s occupation of the blocs continued unabated. In most blocs, the BJP’s occupation of bloc chiefs will speed development work, as the BJP’s Yogi Adityanath government is also in power in the state. During the swearing-in ceremony, BJP’s MLAs and other public officials also expressed their full ability to expedite development work.
Block and women’s heads in bundlekhand
District block female
Headscarf 8 3
Chitrakoot 5 2
Mahoba 4 2
Hamirpur 7 3
Jalaun 9 4
Total 33 14
Four female heads in nine blocks from Jalaun
Orai (Jalaun). Half of the population has occupied the district’s nine block chiefs. Women took the oath as block chiefs in four of the nine seats on Tuesday. In these four blocks Neha Yadav from Dakor won, Premlata from Kuthound, Laxmi Devi from Kadaura and Rani from Konch Block. The block chiefs made their intentions clear immediately after the swearing-in. At the swearing in, almost everyone says that they got into politics for the development of the region and will show this work. At the same time, out of nine seats, seven remained in the possession of the BJP, while the seats of Dakor and Maheva went independent. All newly elected block chiefs took their oath on Tuesday. (Conversation)
Two female chiefs took over the leadership in four blocks
Mahoba. The elected block chief and Kshetra Panchayat member (BDC) in all four blocks of the district took the oath of office and confidentiality on Tuesday. The swearing-in program was completed in the presence of the deputy collector and the administrative officers. The quorum was completed by holding the first meeting after the swearing-in program in the block offices. Block chief Raju Singh in the largest Kabrai block, Anjana Anuragi in Panwadi, Sandeep Rajput in the Jaitpur block and Seema Kushwaha in the Charkhari block took the oath of the Kshetra Panchayat members. BJP District President Jitendra Singh Sengar, Panchayat District President Jai Prakash Anuragi, Sadar MLA Rakesh Goswami, the former MLA Rajnarayan Budholia, Cooperative Bank President Chakrapani Tripathi etc. were present at the swearing-in ceremony. (Conversation)
Block chiefs took oath
Hamirpur. The newly elected block leaders and district panchayat members were sworn to oath of office and secrecy by setting up pandals in all block offices. At the same time the first board meeting of the Kshetra Panchayat took place. In the district, two Maudaha and Muskra were elected to the seven block chiefs without dissenting votes. On Tuesday, the swearing-in of all newly elected block leaders and Kshetra Panchayat members took place in the respective development block office, where three women and four male block leaders from the SDMs of the respective Tehsils took the oath. Then the block chiefs took the oath of the BDC members. After the swearing-in program, the first meeting of the Kshetra Panchayat was completed. Strong police were used in the security arrangements. (Conversation)
Women will be in command of two blocks
Chitrakoot. Two of the five blocks in the district are run by women. From Tuesday, in the first session of the Sadar block Chitrakoot and the Mau block, the block chief gave the women a clear message in the first session that the overall development would be the basis. Have the staff work to provide plans for the characters. The roadmap of the work is decided on the proposals of the BDC. Gulab Singh, husband of Chitrakoot Sadar Block Pramukh Gomti Devi, was the former block leader and she herself plays a leading role in many social works. In such a situation it will now be easy for them to operate the block of 115 BDC. He said that the development work will be done with the cooperation of everyone. Similarly, as soon as she took her oath, Mau block chief Sushila Devi announced in the 73rd BDC block that the road and water problem in rural areas would be resolved. Before that, she was also the head of the Kolamjra village. (Conversation)

To tie. In Bundelkhand, the vacant chairs of the chief of Kshetra Panchayat were filled on Tuesday together with the entire state. The three-stage Panchayat system was thus completely handed over to the elected representatives. The District Panchayat President and Village Chief have already begun their terms with an oath. On Tuesday, the block chiefs began their term of office after taking the oath.

A total of 33 block leaders in Chitrakootdham Mandal and in the Jalaun district of Bundelkhand took their oath on Tuesday and took over the work of the block government. There are a total of 33 Kshetra Panchayats / Blocks in Chitrakootdham Mandal and Jalaun District. In all of these, the elected bloc chiefs took command of the Kshetra Panchayat government in the recent elections after taking the oath on Tuesday. Of these, the government is led by women from 14 blocs. Female bosses were elected here. Apart from that, the development work in the block areas next to the villages will now pick up speed.

It should be noted that prior to the government of the blocs, the government of the villages duly took over the work. In the government of most of the villages where the BJP village chief was elected, the BJP’s occupation of the blocs continued unabated. In most blocs, the BJP’s occupation of bloc chiefs will speed development work, as the BJP’s Yogi Adityanath government is also in power in the state. During the swearing-in ceremony, BJP’s MLAs and other public officials also expressed their full ability to expedite development work.

Block and women’s heads in bundlekhand

District block female

Headscarf 8 3

Chitrakoot 5 2

Mahoba 4 2

Hamirpur 7 3

Jalaun 9 4

Total 33 14

Four female heads in nine blocks from Jalaun

Orai (Jalaun). Half of the population has occupied the district’s nine block chiefs. Women took the oath as block chiefs in four of the nine seats on Tuesday. In these four blocks Neha Yadav from Dakor won, Premlata from Kuthound, Laxmi Devi from Kadaura and Rani from Konch Block. The block chiefs made their intentions clear immediately after the swearing-in. At the swearing in, almost everyone says that they got into politics for the development of the region and will show this work. At the same time, out of nine seats, seven remained in the possession of the BJP, while the seats of Dakor and Maheva went independent. All newly elected block chiefs took their oath on Tuesday. (Conversation)

Two female chiefs took over the leadership in four blocks

Mahoba. The elected block chief and Kshetra Panchayat member (BDC) in all four blocks of the district took the oath of office and confidentiality on Tuesday. The swearing-in program was completed in the presence of the deputy collector and the administrative officers. The quorum was completed by holding the first meeting after the swearing-in program in the block offices. Block chief Raju Singh in the largest Kabrai block, Anjana Anuragi in Panwadi, Sandeep Rajput in the Jaitpur block and Seema Kushwaha in the Charkhari block took the oath of the Kshetra Panchayat members. BJP District President Jitendra Singh Sengar, Panchayat District President Jai Prakash Anuragi, Sadar MLA Rakesh Goswami, the former MLA Rajnarayan Budholia, Cooperative Bank President Chakrapani Tripathi etc. were present at the swearing-in ceremony. (Conversation)

Block chiefs took oath

Hamirpur. The newly elected block leaders and district panchayat members were sworn to oath of office and secrecy by setting up pandals in all block offices. At the same time the first board meeting of the Kshetra Panchayat took place. In the district, two Maudaha and Muskra were elected to the seven block chiefs without dissenting votes. On Tuesday, the swearing-in of all newly elected block leaders and Kshetra Panchayat members took place in the respective development block office, where three women and four male block leaders from the SDMs of the respective Tehsils took the oath. Then the block chiefs took the oath of the BDC members. After the swearing-in program, the first meeting of the Kshetra Panchayat was completed. Strong police were used in the security arrangements. (Conversation)

Women will be in command of two blocks

Chitrakoot. Two of the five blocks in the district are run by women. From Tuesday, in the first session of the Sadar block Chitrakoot and the Mau block, the block chief gave the women a clear message in the first session that the overall development would be the basis. Have the staff work to provide plans for the characters. The roadmap of the work is decided on the proposals of the BDC. Gulab Singh, husband of Chitrakoot Sadar Block Pramukh Gomti Devi, was the former block leader and she herself plays a leading role in many social works. In such a situation it will now be easy for them to operate the block of 115 BDC. He said that the development work will be done with the cooperation of everyone. Mau block chief Sushila Devi also announced in the 73rd BDC block, as soon as she took her oath, that the road and water problem in rural areas would be resolved. Before that, she was also the head of the Kolamjra village. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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