Training of the 1110 counting staff in three phases – Training of the 1110 counting staff in three phases

Gyanpur The two-day training of 2220 counters began on Wednesday at Vibhuti Narayan Government Inter College in Gyanpur to ensure transparency of the May 2nd vote counting.
During this time, the trainers conducted the training on the first day in three phases, opened ballot boxes on 1,110 employees, showed the election worker, put him on the table, made a bundle of 50-50 separately for each item, and kept the illegal form Separate detailed information on candidate counting and special attention to valid ballot papers etc. was given. In the three-stage Panchayat elections in 2021, on April 15, 11.10 lakh voters voted for the posts totaling 6,848 grams of Panchayat members, including 26 Zilla Panchayat members, 546 grams of Pradhans, 661 BDCs and the fate of a total of 14,329 candidates queried.
In addition to the Aurai block, various inter-colleges are selected from among Digh, Bhadohi, Suriyawan and Abholi. By placing the boxes in the strong room of the district administration, impenetrable security is guaranteed. There was a large gathering of candidates and their supporters for the counting of votes from the Black and Collectorate vote counting premises for two days. In this regard, DIOS AK Chaurasia, Training Leader / DDO Jaikesh Tripathi said that the remaining staff will be trained on Thursday. On this occasion the instructors Dr. Harishchand Yadav, Manoj Kumar, Ram Gopal, Vishambharanath, Pramod Srivastava as well as Satyendra Bharti, Rakesh Singh, Shivakant, Raghavendra etc.
The same candidates and their representatives, whose report will be negative in the investigation conducted 72 hours ago, will be admitted to the May 2nd block census. The district election officer / district judge Aryka Akhauri provided information that the above decision had been made due to the high effects of the corona infection. The district administration directors approach both the formalities holders and the formalities holders even after receiving their agent pass along with the candidates who tried their luck in the three-tier Panchayat elections, it was said that the violation of the Corona guidelines will not be tolerated for those who do not wear the mask and break the social distance from the beginning of the district administration to the end of the election. Officials were given the responsibility to contain the crowd on election day.

Gyanpur The two-day training of 2220 counters began on Wednesday at Vibhuti Narayan Government Inter College in Gyanpur to ensure transparency of the May 2nd vote counting.

During this time, the trainers conducted the training on the first day in three steps, opened ballot boxes in 1,110 employees, showed the election worker, put him on the table and put together a bundle of 50-50 separately for each item, keeping the illegal form Separate detailed information about candidate counting and special attention to valid ballot papers etc. was given. In the three-stage Panchayat election in 2021, on April 15, 11.10 lakh voters voted for the posts totaling 6,848 grams of Panchayat members, including 26 Zilla Panchayat members, 546 grams of Pradhans, 661 BDCs and the fate of a total of 14,329 candidates questioned.

In addition to the Aurai block, various inter-colleges are selected from among Digh, Bhadohi, Suriyawan and Abholi. By placing the boxes in the strong room of the district administration, impenetrable security is guaranteed. There was a large gathering of candidates and their supporters for the counting of votes from the Black and Collectorate vote counting premises for two days. In this regard, DIOS AK Chaurasia, Training Leader / DDO Jaikesh Tripathi said that the remaining staff will be trained on Thursday. On this occasion the instructors Dr. Harishchand Yadav, Manoj Kumar, Ram Gopal, Vishambharanath, Pramod Srivastava as well as Satyendra Bharti, Rakesh Singh, Shivakant, Raghavendra etc.

The same candidates and their representatives, whose report will be negative in the investigation carried out 72 hours ago, will be admitted at the block level, which is due to take place on May 2nd. The election officer / district judge Aryka Akhauri provided information that the above decision had been made due to the high effects of the corona infection. The district administration directors will reach out to the owners involved in the formalities even after receiving their agent ID along with the candidates who tried their luck in the three-tier Panchayat elections. It has been said that the violation of the corona policy will not be tolerated for those who do not wear the mask and break social distance from the beginning of the district administration until the end of the election. Officials were given the responsibility to contain the crowd on election day.

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