Up Panchayat Elections 2021: The votes will be counted under CCTV surveillance in Mainpuri

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The count of the Panchayat elections held in nine blocks of the district is counted. There is no disruption to the counting of votes and it is the primary responsibility of the district administration to complete the process transparently.

Counting votes (file photo)
– Photo: Amar Ujala.

Strong preparations are being made to carry out the May 2nd Panchayat election count in the Mainpuri district with transparency. The entire counting process is carried out under video surveillance. Not only that, the videography is also performed at all counting locations. Preparations for this have begun. The counting of the Panchayat elections, which will be held in nine blocks of the district, will take place. The counting of votes should not be disturbed and the whole process should be carried out transparently. On the other hand, in such a situation where the candidates of the candidates are present at all the tables, CCTVs are also installed.

The votes are counted under the supervision of video surveillance at all counting points. Videographers are also used at nine counting locations. These videographers will continue to make videographs from the start of the count until the votes are counted. In the counting halls in which the deputy electoral officer takes over the processing, all decisions in connection with the count are made by the electoral officer.

A zone judge is also employed at the counting location to obey the rules and the law and order. Only these zonal judges will help maintain law and order at the counting point.

Entry is not possible without ID
Nobody can gain entry without counting at the counting point. While the counting staff is admitted on the basis of the duty card, the candidates and their representatives are admitted on the basis of the passport. If an unauthorized person tries to enter the counting station, action will be taken against them.

Block-wise counting points
– Sultanganj, National Degree College Bhogaon.
– Bever, GSM Degree College Bever.
– Mainpuri, Kiran Saujia Degree College Mainpuri (DeLed Faculty).
– Jagir, Chow. Suraj Singh College Jagir.
– Kishni, Ramsingh College Kishni.
– Karhal, Sri Nathu Singh Degree College Karhal.
– Barnahal, KVS Degree College Barnahal.
– Ghiror, Ghiror Agricultural Products Market Committee.
– Kuravali, Devanagari Inter College Kuravali (Junior Wing)

CDO / Deputy District Election Commissioner Isha Priya said the process will be carried out under the surveillance of cameras at all counting stations. Videographers will also continue their work. The calculation work is completed with complete transparency.

Detailed

Strong preparations are being made to carry out the May 2nd Panchayat election count in the Mainpuri district with transparency. The entire counting process is carried out under video surveillance. Not only that, the videography is also carried out at all counting locations. Preparations for this have begun.

The count of the Panchayat elections held in nine blocks of the district is counted. The counting of votes should not be disturbed and the whole process should be carried out transparently. On the other hand, in such a situation where the candidates of the candidates are present at all the tables, CCTVs are also installed.

The votes are counted under the supervision of video surveillance at all counting points. Videographers are also used at nine counting locations. These videographers will continue to make videographs from the start of the count until the votes are counted. In the counting halls in which the deputy electoral officer takes over the processing, all decisions in connection with the count are made by the electoral officer.

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