Vehicles cannot drive within 200 meters of the collection point

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Sitapur. The police and administration have intensified preparations for Saturday’s elections for District President Panchayat. The government machinery has adjusted to holding the elections fairly and peacefully. Strict security precautions will be taken during the elections. It is planned to equip the Collectorate Campus with a third eye. No vehicles are allowed within 200 meters of the counting station. On Thursday the DM and SP inspected the polling stations and drew a blueprint for the security measures.
The election for the district president of Panchayat is due to take place on July 3rd in the district. Four candidates had submitted nominations. Shraddha Sagar from BJP, Anita Rajvanshi from SP and two independent candidates are also in the fight. The nomination was withdrawn on June 29, but since no nomination of a candidate has been withdrawn, there are four candidates in the running for this election. Elections are to take place on Saturday. Now there are only a few hours left for this choice.
In such a situation, in addition to the candidates, the district and police administrations prepared themselves to hold the elections safely and peacefully. In this regard, DM Vishal Bhardwaj, SP RP Singh, inspected the polling station on Thursday and counted the votes in the collector. DM and SP said the elections will be completely fair, transparent and peaceful.
It is said that no one will enter the premises of the building for electoral work in the form of processions, and under no circumstances will people come with weapons. The winning candidate will not move after the vote is counted. The security personnel of the security candidates and members will not enter the voting booth. Voters (Panchayat member district) are not allowed to bring cell phones in the polling stations.
A search will be carried out at the entrance of the polling station so that no voter (Panchayat member district) with a cell phone, wallet, disinfectant or liquids can enter. Except for officials, employees, police officers in the electoral service and members of the Panchayat District, no person or public representatives are allowed to enter the premises.
DM and SP said private vehicles will stay outside of the 200-meter radius of the collection area. ADM Vinay Kumar Pathak, ASP Rajiv Dixit, Magistrate Pooja Mishra etc. were present.
Bring ID to vote
The DM said that the voter (Panchayat member district) must bring a voting certificate or a voter’s ID or an Aadhaar card and other photo ID in order to cast a vote. Only officials and employees on duty are allowed to enter the Collectorate premises.

Sitapur. The police and administration have intensified preparations for Saturday’s elections for District President Panchayat. The government machinery has adjusted to holding the elections fairly and peacefully. Strict security precautions will be taken during the elections. It is planned to equip the Collectorate Campus with a third eye. No vehicles are allowed within 200 meters of the counting station. On Thursday the DM and SP inspected the polling and counting station and drew a blueprint for the security precautions.

The election for the district president of Panchayat is due to take place on July 3rd in the district. Four candidates had submitted nominations. Shraddha Sagar from BJP, Anita Rajvanshi from SP and two independent candidates are also in the fight. The nomination was withdrawn on June 29, but since no nomination of a candidate has been withdrawn, there are four candidates in the running for this election. Elections are to take place on Saturday. Now there are only a few hours left for this choice.

In such a situation, in addition to the candidates, the district and police administrations prepared themselves to hold the elections safely and peacefully. In this regard, DM Vishal Bhardwaj, SP RP Singh, inspected the polling station on Thursday and counted the votes in the collector. DM and SP said the elections will be completely fair, transparent and peaceful.

It is said that no one will enter the premises of the building for electoral work in the form of processions, and under no circumstances will people come with weapons. The winning candidate will not move after the vote is counted. The security personnel of the security candidates and members will not enter the voting booth. Voters (Panchayat member district) are not allowed to bring cell phones in the polling stations.

A search will be carried out at the entrance of the polling station so that no voter (Panchayat member district) with a cell phone, wallet, disinfectant or liquids can enter. Except for officials, employees, police officers in the electoral service and members of the Panchayat District, no person or public representatives are allowed to enter the premises.

DM and SP said private vehicles will stay outside of the 200-meter radius of the collection area. ADM Vinay Kumar Pathak, ASP Rajiv Dixit, Magistrate Pooja Mishra etc. were present.

Bring ID to vote

The DM said that the voter (Panchayat member district) must bring a voting certificate or a voter’s ID or an Aadhaar card and other photo ID in order to cast a vote. Only officials and employees on duty are allowed to enter the Collectorate premises.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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