The Panchayat district president is nominated today

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Sultanpur. Nominations for Panchayat District President will be submitted on Saturday. The review of the nomination documents will also be completed by the evening. In view of the nomination, the political parties together with the candidates have given full force.
Arrangements have been made to allow only four people, including the applicant, on the premises for enrollment. The administration has demanded sophisticated security measures.
During these days, nominations for District President Panchayat, who has become the focus of politics, can be submitted on Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm. The nomination documents will be checked after 3 p.m.
After the nomination documents have been checked, the candidates who are in the running will be determined. So far, three have signed up for the post. In view of the nomination, the administration has claimed to take extensive precautions.
District Judge Ravish Gupta has imposed a sufficient number of police duties, including three sub-district judges, amid the political uproar over the election. In addition to the subdivision judges, police officers were also used for safety precautions and to stop the crowd.
Precautions have been taken to stop the crowd near Azad Park and Mouni Mandir and the Collectorate Gate of the bus station. During the nomination, the district judge gave instructions to approve one applicant, one secondary broker and another along with the applicant on the premises of the Panchayat district.
Claim BJP, SP, and an independent
So far, three applicants have appeared for the post of Panchayat district president, which is reserved for women. This includes BJP, SP, and an independent candidate. The stated BJP candidate Usha Singh bought four sets, the SP candidate Kesha Devi bought one set and the independent Archana Singh bought two sets of nomination papers.
A total of seven nomination papers have been sold so far. In view of the nomination, political parties and plaintiffs have given their full steam. Plaintiffs have placed great emphasis on mobilizing and securing Panchayat County members in their favor.
The enrollment will be videography
Given the sensitivity of the Panchayat District President nomination, a digital clock was installed in the Panchayat District. In addition, arrangements have been made for the videography of the nominations.
The DM said that every precaution had been taken to ensure transparency and fairness. On Saturday the DM / election supervisor himself receives the nomination letter in the Panchayat district. Deputy Electoral Officer Umakant Tripathi and appointed staff will be present with him.
The members of Zilla Panchayat were guarded by the police for their safety. The members who have refused to take over the security are monitored by the police so that no one can later make allegations of insecurity. He said the election of the presidential post would be conducted with absolute fairness and transparency. Ravish Gupta, District Judge.

Sultanpur. Nominations for Panchayat District President will be submitted on Saturday. The review of the nomination documents will also be completed by the evening. In view of the nomination, the political parties together with the candidates have given full steam.

Arrangements have been made to allow only four people, including the applicant, on the premises for enrollment. The administration has demanded sophisticated security measures.

During these days, nominations for District President Panchayat, who has become the focus of politics, can be submitted on Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm. The nomination documents will be checked after 3 p.m.

After the nomination documents have been checked, the candidates who are in the running will be determined. So far, three have signed up for the post. In view of the nomination, the administration has claimed to take extensive precautions.

District Judge Ravish Gupta has imposed a sufficient number of police duties, including three sub-district judges, amid the political uproar over the election. In addition to the subdivision judges, police officers were also used for security precautions and to stop the crowd.

Precautions have been taken to stop the crowd near Azad Park and Mouni Mandir and the Collectorate Gate of the bus station. During the nomination, the district judge gave instructions to approve one applicant, one secondary broker and another along with the applicant on the premises of the Panchayat district.

Claim BJP, SP, and an independent

So far, three applicants have appeared for the post of Panchayat district president, which is reserved for women. This includes BJP, SP, and an independent candidate. The stated BJP candidate Usha Singh bought four sets, the SP candidate Kesha Devi bought one set and the independent Archana Singh bought two sets of nomination papers.

A total of seven nomination papers have been sold so far. In view of the nomination, political parties and plaintiffs have given their full steam. Plaintiffs have placed great emphasis on mobilizing and securing Panchayat County members in their favor.

The enrollment will be videography

Given the sensitivity of the Panchayat District President nomination, a digital clock was installed in the Panchayat District. In addition, arrangements have been made for the videography of the nominations.

The DM said that every precaution had been taken to ensure transparency and fairness. On Saturday the DM / election supervisor himself receives the nomination letter in the Panchayat district. Deputy Electoral Officer Umakant Tripathi and appointed staff will be present with him.

The members of Zilla Panchayat were guarded by the police for their safety. The members who have refused to take over the security are monitored by the police so that no one can later make allegations of insecurity. He said the election of the presidential post would be conducted with absolute fairness and transparency. Ravish Gupta, District Judge.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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