Three in Jamsar and 22 Lakh in Narhan Khas published 20-29-54

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Azamgarh. During the implementation of the code of conduct for the Panchayat elections, a total of 3 billion rupees were released in various development blocks in the district. In which some work was done in the Narhan Khas development block of Azmatgarh, but no work in Jamsar Gram Panchayat.
Upon notification of the Panchayat elections, Rs.3 crore was released to the Gram Panchayats. In this, Rs 22 lakh 83,000 332 was released to Narhan Khas Gram Panchayat from the Azmatgarh development bloc. While in Jamsar Gram Sabha a total of three lakh 25 thousand 38 rupees were released. No work was done in the village after all that was paid. In response to a complaint from the BJP leader, the Divisional Commissioner summoned the files. On the other hand, when the Narhan Khas Gram Panchayat and Jamsar Village of the Ajmatgarh Development Block were examined on Wednesday, the villagers in Jamsar Gram Panchayat said that some work was being done, but the secretary refused to do any work. On the other hand, the villagers of Narhan Khas talked about some work in the village. But the secretary said that a job of only 6 lakh 30 thousand rupees would be done.
In Narhan Khas village, Sitaram said that communal and disabled toilets were built in the village during the code of conduct. Otherwise no work was done in the village. Paltu said that there are many villages in the village. No work was done during the Code of Conduct. But the toilet is built. At the same time, Abhay Rai from Jamsar Village said that Panchayat Village building and some CC work was being done. Ravi Rai said that some work was done on the school. Otherwise no work was carried out in the village after the report.
During the code of conduct the communal toilet was built for Rs.5 lakh. In which only 2.5 lakh rupees, or half, were paid. Also, as part of the rejuvenation, handicapped accessible toilets were built in the elementary school at a cost of Rs.1 lakh 30 thousand. The work that was done before the Code of Conduct. Couldn’t pay for what happened at that point.
Akanksha, Secretary Narhan Khas
After the notification, not a single rupee work was done in the village. The work that the villagers are supposed to carry out during the notification was started before the notification.
Ramkripal Dubey, Secretary Jamsar

Azamgarh. During the implementation of the code of conduct for the Panchayat elections, a total of 3 billion rupees were released in various development blocks in the district. In which some work was done in the Narhan Khas development block of Azmatgarh, but no work in Jamsar Gram Panchayat.

Upon notification of the Panchayat elections, Rs.3 crore was released to the Gram Panchayats. In this, Rs 22 lakh 83,000 332 was released to Narhan Khas Gram Panchayat from the Azmatgarh development bloc. While in Jamsar Gram Sabha a total of three lakh 25 thousand 38 rupees were released. No work was done in the village after all that was paid. In response to a complaint from the BJP leader, the Divisional Commissioner summoned the files. On the other hand, when the Narhan Khas Gram Panchayat and Jamsar Village of the Ajmatgarh Development Block were examined on Wednesday, the villagers in Jamsar Gram Panchayat said that some work was being done, but the secretary refused to do any work. On the other hand, the villagers of Narhan Khas talked about some work in the village. But the secretary said that a job of only 6 lakh 30 thousand rupees would be done.

In Narhan Khas village, Sitaram said that communal and disabled toilets were built in the village during the code of conduct. Otherwise no work was done in the village. Paltu said that there are many villages in the village. No work was done during the Code of Conduct. But the toilet is built. At the same time, Abhay Rai from Jamsar Village said that Panchayat Village building and some CC work was being done. Ravi Rai said that some work was done on the school. Otherwise, no work was carried out in the village after the report.

During the code of conduct the communal toilet was built for Rs.5 lakh. In which only 2.5 lakh rupees, or half, were paid. Also, as part of the rejuvenation, handicapped accessible toilets were built in the elementary school at a cost of Rs.1 lakh 30 thousand. The work that was done before the Code of Conduct. Couldn’t pay for what happened at that point.

Akanksha, Secretary Narhan Khas

According to the notification in the village, no rupee work was done. The work that the villagers are supposed to carry out during the notification was started before the notification.

Ramkripal Dubey, Secretary Jamsar

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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