The repatriation is taking place today in Barauli, Nagla Sukhi, Maulapur amid tight security. The repatriation is taking place today in Barauli, Nagla Sukhi, Maulapur amid tight security

Firozabad The electoral commission had decided to request another vote on election day of the three-stage Panchayat elections due to deficiencies in three stands. The vote will take place on May 1st in Barauli in the Hathwant block, in Nagla Sukhi in the Kaurari Sarhad Panchayat and in the Maulapur elementary school in the Madanpur block. Polling stations were dispatched from the district headquarters on Friday to hold the district administration’s vote. So that the vote can take place in a peaceful manner.
DM and district electoral officer Chandra Vijay Singh threw the ballot box at booth # 145 in the Panchayat Barauli village of Hathwant after a dispute over the candidate for the post. While booth No. 64 of Nagla Sukhi Primary School by Kaurari Sarhad Panchayat from the same block and Bohol No. 64 of Maulapur Primary School by Sirsa Khas Gram Panchayat Block from Madanpur Block had recommended repurchase due to deficiencies. On the basis of this recommendation, the commission gave the green signal for re-election. Due to a new vote on May 1st, polling stations were brought to these booths from the district headquarters on Friday. SDM Jasrana Kumar Chandra Babu and CO Kamlesh Kumar have been appointed zone judges who have deployed large numbers of police forces in the village for security reasons. At the same time, SDM Sirsaganj Navneet Goyal and CO Sirsaganj will remain in the Madanpur block. The DM has asked the voters to carry out the re-election in a peaceful manner.

Firozabad On election day of the three-stage Panchayat elections, the electoral commission decided to hold a re-election due to deficiencies in three stands. The vote will take place on May 1st in Barauli in the Hathwant Block, in Nagla Sukhi in the Kaurari Sarhad Panchayat and in the Maulapur Elementary School in the Madanpur Block. Polling stations were dispatched from the district headquarters on Friday to hold the district administration’s vote. So that the vote can take place in a peaceful manner.

DM and district electoral officer Chandra Vijay Singh threw the ballot box at booth # 145 in the Panchayat Barauli village of Hathwant after a dispute over the candidate for the post. While booth No. 64 of Nagla Sukhi Primary School by Kaurari Sarhad Panchayat from the same block and Bohol No. 64 of Maulapur Primary School by Sirsa Khas Gram Panchayat Block from Madanpur Block had recommended repurchase due to deficiencies. On the basis of this recommendation, the commission gave the green signal for re-election. Due to a renewed vote on May 1st, polling stations were brought to these booths from the district headquarters on Friday. SDM Jasrana Kumar Chandra Babu and CO Kamlesh Kumar have been appointed zone judges who have deployed large numbers of police forces in the village for security reasons. At the same time, SDM Sirsaganj Navneet Goyal and CO Sirsaganj will remain in the Madanpur block. The DM has called on voters to conduct the re-election in a peaceful manner.

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