Village chiefs swear in Mirzapur – 346 newly elected village chiefs have taken an oath in the district

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Mirzapur The virtual, newly elected village chiefs were sworn in in their village. A total of 346 newly elected village chiefs were sworn in on Tuesday, including various development blocks in 644-gram panchayats organized in 809-gram panchayats in the district. DPRO Arvind Kumar said the remaining disadvantaged village chiefs will be sworn in on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, 40 newly elected village chiefs and gram panchayat members were sworn in in 75 gram panchayats organized in the urban development block with 87 gram panchayats. The village development officer Chandraprakash Shrivastava took the oath of office to Pradhan Devita in Shahpur Chausa, Narayan in Bhatauli, Mansha Devi in ​​Dilman Deoria, Manorama in Arjunpur Pathak, Brijendra Kumar Mishra in Anantharampatti and Prabhavati Devi in ​​Sandwa. Similarly, the village development officer Kaushalendra Rai Chironji in Chitpur, Nilu Singh in Amai, Vikrant Maurya in Bikana, Malika Prasad in Tand and Malti Devi in ​​Samogra took the oath for the village director. The village’s panchayat officer, Sujit Singh, took the oath to the village director of Bhevkarampur, Vinod Kumar Maurya. Block development officer Shwetank Singh said the remaining village chiefs will be sworn in on Wednesday. Jigna: On Tuesday, in Block 56, Block 35, Gram Pradhans and Gram Panchayat members of the Girishchandra Dwivedi District Social Welfare Office took a virtual oath and secrecy. Pradhan Shaheedabano in Vijaypur, Santosh Kumar Tiwari in Raipur, Anand Mohan Singh in Babura, Benchan Singh in Gaura, Kamlesh Bind in Manikatha, Ramashankar Yadav in Chaderuchouchtha, Pratibha Singh in Deori, Shivshan Bind in Ghazipur, Ranjita Bei allen 35, Gramm Panchayats, including Singh and Sangeeta Devi, were sworn in to the village chiefs. Chilh: Out of 44 grams of panchayats from Development Block Con, 39 grams of panchayats were sworn in. Block development officer Rakesh Kumar Shukla kept an eye on the swearing-in through video conferences. Five grams of panchayats could not take an oath without a quorum, including Mallepur, Sagarpur, Rampur, Dhaurahra, and Karerua Gram Panchayat. Lalganj: DC MNREGA Nafees took the oath of office and secrecy to the heads and members of the 35 gram Panchayats. In which lalganj, Patulki Naraina took part in the swearing-in of 35 grams of panchayats, including kala. Halia: BDO Ramdarsha Chaudhary took the oath to the newly elected village chief and members of the newly elected Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat members of 32 Gram Panchayats on Tuesday on the first day compared to 62 Gram Panchayats. On the first day, Gram Panchayat Halia, Gajaria, Dadri, Galra, Naugawan, Khutahan, Mahugarh, Matwar, Phuliyari and Patpara were sworn in, including newly elected village chiefs and members of 32 Gram Panchayats. Padri: On Tuesday, block development officer Usha Pal swore the oath of office and secrecy to 46 members of Gram Pradhan and 614 grams of Panchayat via the zoom app. Rajgarh: Compared to 83 newly elected village heads, 79 village heads were virtually praised by block development officer Nandlal Kumar via video conference. Patehra: Out of 50 grams of panchayats, grams of Pradhans of 32 grams of panchayats were sworn in. At the same time, 18 village chiefs could not take an oath due to the lack of a majority of the members. Kachhwan: The newly elected Gram Panchayat and its members were sworn in in 40 gram panchayats of the Majhwan Development Block. Sikhad: Of the 35 gram panchayats in the development block, 12 village panchayats come from Rudauli, Kushan, Kelabella, Araji line Sultanpur, Domanpur, Khanpur, Sikhar, Vidapur, Dhanita, Ramgarh Kala, Kela Bela and Nodha to the village chiefs of Magarha District Horticulture Officer, Mewalal. Virtually sworn in by Block Headquarters by Block. The remaining 11 village chiefs will be sworn in on Wednesday, May 26th. The video responsible, KK Singh, said that 322 members were elected in the Sikhhad development bloc and 121 members less. On the first day regarding the 99 gram panchayats of the Jamalpur Development Bloc, on Tuesday, the newly elected village chief and the gram panchayat members blocked 85 gram panchayats nominated by District Judge Block Development Commissioner Hemant Kumar Singh newly elected village chiefs and members received the oath together via his laptop office through the virtual Google Zoom meeting. Newly elected village chiefs and members attended the swearing-in ceremony by joining the Panchayat Bhawan or the Community Building or the Kaman Service Center on the first day. Gram Panchayat Deoria Mathna Dhara Saheva Jamalpur Dohri Jagdish Pur, including the newly elected village chief and members, has taken an oath. BDO announced that on the first day newly elected Gram Pradhans and members of 85 Gram Panchayats registered and sworn in online via Virtual Google Zoom Meet. After the newly elected village chief takes the oath, fill out the form and send it to the office.

Mirzapur The virtual, newly elected village chiefs were sworn in in their village. A total of 346 newly elected village chiefs were sworn in on Tuesday, including various development blocks in 644-gram panchayats organized in 809-gram panchayats in the district. DPRO Arvind Kumar said the remaining disadvantaged village chiefs will be sworn in on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, 40 newly elected village chiefs and gram panchayat members were sworn in in 75 gram panchayats organized in the urban development block with 87 gram panchayats. The village development officer Chandraprakash Shrivastava took the oath of office to Pradhan Devita in Shahpur Chausa, Narayan in Bhatauli, Mansha Devi in ​​Dilman Deoria, Manorama in Arjunpur Pathak, Brijendra Kumar Mishra in Anantharampatti and Prabhavati Devi in ​​Sandwa. Similarly, the village development officer Kaushalendra Rai Chironji in Chitpur, Nilu Singh in Amai, Vikrant Maurya in Bikana, Malika Prasad in Tand and Malti Devi in ​​Samogra took the oath for the village director. The village’s panchayat officer, Sujit Singh, took the oath to the village director of Bhevkarampur, Vinod Kumar Maurya. Block development officer Shwetank Singh said the remaining village chiefs will be sworn in on Wednesday. Jigna: On Tuesday, in Block 56, Block 35, Gram Pradhans and Gram Panchayat members of the Girishchandra Dwivedi District Social Welfare Office took a virtual oath and secrecy. Pradhan Shaheedabano in Vijaypur, Santosh Kumar Tiwari in Raipur, Anand Mohan Singh in Babura, Benchan Singh in Gaura, Kamlesh Bind in Manikatha, Ramashankar Yadav in Chaderuchouchtha, Pratibha Singh in Deori, Shivshan Bind in Ghazipur, Ranjita Bei allen 35, Gramm Panchayats, including Singh and Sangeeta Devi, were sworn in to the village chiefs. Chilh: Out of 44 grams of panchayats from Development Block Con, 39 grams of panchayats were sworn in. Block development officer Rakesh Kumar Shukla kept an eye on the swearing-in through video conferences. Five grams of panchayats could not take an oath without a quorum, including Mallepur, Sagarpur, Rampur, Dhaurahra, and Karerua Gram Panchayat. Lalganj: DC MNREGA Nafees took the oath of office and secrecy to the heads and members of the 35 gram Panchayats. In which lalganj, Patulki Naraina took part in the swearing-in of 35 grams of panchayats, including kala. Halia: BDO Ramdarsha Chaudhary took the oath to the newly elected village chief and members of the newly elected Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat members of 32 Gram Panchayats on Tuesday on the first day compared to 62 Gram Panchayats. On the first day, Gram Panchayat Halia, Gajaria, Dadri, Galra, Naugawan, Khutahan, Mahugarh, Matwar, Phuliyari and Patpara were sworn in, including newly elected village chiefs and members of 32 Gram Panchayats. Padri: On Tuesday, block development officer Usha Pal swore the oath of office and secrecy to 46 members of Gram Pradhan and 614 grams of Panchayat via the zoom app. Rajgarh: Compared to 83 newly elected village heads, 79 village heads were virtually praised by block development officer Nandlal Kumar via video conference. Patehra: Out of 50 grams of panchayats, grams of Pradhans of 32 grams of panchayats were sworn in. At the same time, 18 village chiefs could not take an oath due to the lack of a majority of the members. Kachhwan: The newly elected Gram Panchayat and its members were sworn in in 40 gram panchayats of the Majhwan Development Block. Sikhad: Of the 35 gram panchayats in the development block, 12 village panchayats from Rudauli, Kushan, Kelabella, Araji line Sultanpur, Domanpur, Khanpur, Sikhar, Vidapur, Dhanita, Ramgarh Kala, Kela Bela, Nodha go to the village chiefs of Magarha past District Horticulture Officer, Mewalal. Virtually sworn in by the Block Headquarters. The remaining 11 village chiefs will be sworn in on Wednesday, May 26th. Responsible video KK Singh said that 322 members were elected in the Sikhhad development bloc and 121 members down. On the first day of the 99 gram panchayats of the Jamalpur Development Bloc, on Tuesday, the newly elected village chief and the gram panchayat members of 85 gram panchayats nominated by District Judge Block Development Commissioner Hemant Kumar Singh The oath was taken together with the newly elected village chief and the members via a laptop from his office, via the virtual Google Zoom meeting. Newly elected village chiefs and members attended the swearing-in ceremony by joining the Panchayat Bhawan or the Community Building or the Kaman Service Center on the first day. Gram Panchayat Deoria Mathna Dhara Saheva Jamalpur Dohri Jagdish Pur, including the newly elected village chief and members, has taken an oath. BDO said that on day one, newly elected Gram Pradhans and members of 85 Gram Panchayats joined and sworn in online through a Google Zoom virtual meeting. After the newly elected village chief takes the oath, fill out the form and send it to the office.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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