Voters reached polling stations today – polling stations reached polling stations today

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Baliya. The vote will take place today, April 26th. H. In 3916 stalls out of 1453 polling stations in the district. Polling stations were sent out of the blocks that reached the planned stands by the evening. A total of 2513271 voters will vote at the district’s stands today. Arrangements have been made for the administration to vote. Deputy Election Commissioner BR Ram said precautions have been taken to ensure that electoral staff respect the standard of social distance in polling stations along with hand washing, disinfectant and gloves.
The vote for four different items will take place today, i. H. April 26th in the Panchayat election. In this regard, all preparations have been completed by the administration. Polling stations were sent from all blocs on Sunday afternoon. A total of 15,676 electoral workers and staff were tasked with securing the election. Apart from that, 3,136 election workers were trained and brought to safety. A total of 45 zone judges were deployed in the district for peaceful votes and nine were brought to safety. Apart from this, 200 sector magistrates have been dispatched and 28 reserves have been held. District and provincial borders were sealed by the district administration. On the other hand, there was a lot of screaming on the blocks on Sunday about the departure of the polling stations. More than 12,000 soldiers were used for this. At the same time, CRPF and PAC jaws were used in highly sensitive and highly sensitive Plus cabins.
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The survey participants reached a total of 206 booths, including 41 oversensitive plus points
Bairia. The polling stations have left to 206 booths in a total of 62 polling stations with 30 grams of panchayats in the Bairia development block. There are 141 booths with 44 sensitive voting booths. Six booths of Durjanpur Junior High School under the Panchayat Durjanpur under the Revathi Police Station were made hypersensitive plus and two booths of the Hanumanganj Elementary School polling station of the Bairia Police Station area under the same gram of Panchayat were also made hypersensitive plus. Apart from that, six booths of the Srinagar number one polling station are also susceptible plus, the voting booth of junior high school girls Ballihar supersensitive plus, five booths of the junior high school Raniganj market supersensitive plus, two booths of the Bhualachhapra Nauranga elementary school, a booth of the Chakki Nauranga Bhagwanpur elementary school , seven booths of the Junior High School Nauranga were made very sensitive. A total of one lakh 33 thousand 997 voters will decide the fate of 232 candidates for office of 379 and 68 Kshetra Panchayat members for 30 main posts. A total of 13 sector magistrates and two zone judges were appointed. For this reason, a sector magistrate and a zone magistrate were set up in Ganga Uspar Nauranga Gram Panchayat.
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Only 25 thermal scanners for 62 polling stations
Bairia. In order to implement the protocol of Kovid-19 in Panchayat elections, the state election commission provided the block administration with only 25 heat scanners in 62 polling stations for distribution. In such a situation, a vote in 37 polling stations without thermal shielding is planned. ADO Panchayat Awadhesh Kumar Pandey said voters will be thermally screened at the gate of all polling stations. For this purpose, 25 thermal screens were made available by the state election commission. Admittedly, a sufficient number of disinfectants and globs were made available for the voters at all polling stations.
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209 polling stations have left
Revathi. Voting will be ensured today by dividing the police station into 6 sectors for 157 stalls from 63 polling stations for panchayat elections. The duties of about 500 employees, including sub-inspectors, police chiefs, police officers, policewomen, home guards and other staff, were put in place to make the voting run smoothly. Highly sensitive stalls such as Narayangarh, Chhedi, Jharkathan, Gaighat, Srinagar and Durjanpur have been marked. SHO Revathi Yadvendra Pandey relayed this information, saying that every precaution has been taken to ensure that the elections are uninterrupted and peaceful. In addition to the Revathi, Sahatwar and Bansdih police stations, there are three police stations under Block Revathi. 209 voters are responsible for voting for the entire block area. All polling stations were sent to their own polling stations by various vehicles on Sunday.
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Vote for 510 Pradhan, 380 BDC and 983 Panchayats members today
No polling stations traveled to Sohanava block for their panchayat elections for their goals. The village chief has 56 seats in the Sohanav development block. In which 510 candidates for the office of Prime Minister, BDC 480 and 983 candidates for the office of member are in action. For this purpose, 83 polling stations and 233 booths were set up, in which polling stations will be held on Monday under strict security precautions. On Sunday there was also a strong onslaught of compulsory voting for employees in the block headquarters.

Baliya. The vote will take place today, April 26th. H. In 3916 stalls out of 1453 polling stations in the district. Polling stations were sent out of the blocks that reached the planned stands by the evening. A total of 2513271 voters will vote at the district’s stands today. Arrangements have been made for the administration to vote. Deputy Election Officer BR Ram said precautions have been taken to ensure that electoral staff respect the standard of social distance in polling stations along with hand washing, disinfectant and gloves.

The vote for four different items will take place today, i. H. April 26th in the Panchayat election. In this regard, all kinds of preparations have been made by the administration. Polling stations were sent from all blocs on Sunday afternoon. A total of 15,676 electoral workers and staff were tasked with securing the election. Apart from that, 3,136 election workers were trained and brought to safety. A total of 45 zone judges were deployed in the district for peaceful votes and nine were brought to safety. Apart from that, 200 sector magistrates have been deployed and 28 reserves have been held. District and provincial borders were sealed by the district administration. On the other hand, there was a lot of screaming on the blocks on Sunday about the departure of the polling stations. More than 12,000 soldiers were used for this. At the same time, CRPF and PAC jaws were used in highly sensitive and highly sensitive Plus cabins.

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The survey participants reached a total of 206 booths, including 41 oversensitive plus points

Bairia. The polling stations have left to 206 booths in a total of 62 polling stations with 30 grams of panchayats in the Bairia development block. There are 141 booths with 44 sensitive voting booths. Six booths of the Durjanpur Junior High School under the Panchayat Durjanpur under the Revathi Police Station were made hypersensitive plus and two booths of the Hanumanganj Elementary School in the area of ​​the Baria Police Station under this Gram Panchayat were also made hypersensitive plus. Apart from that, six booths of the Srinagar number one polling station are also susceptible plus, the voting booth of junior high school girls Ballihar supersensitive plus, five booths of the junior high school Raniganj market supersensitive plus, two booths of the Bhualachhapra Nauranga elementary school, a booth of the Chakki Nauranga Bhagwanpur elementary school , seven booths of the Junior High School Nauranga were made very sensitive. A total of one lakh 33 thousand 997 voters will decide the fate of 232 candidates for office of 379 and 68 Kshetra Panchayat members for 30 main posts. A total of 13 sector magistrates and two zone judges were appointed. For this reason, a sector magistrate and a zone magistrate were set up in Ganga Uspar Nauranga Gram Panchayat.

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Only 25 thermal scanners for 62 polling stations

Bairia. In order to implement the protocol of Kovid-19 in panchayat elections, the state election commission provided the block administration with only 25 heat scanners in 62 polling stations for distribution. In such a situation, a vote in 37 polling stations without thermal shielding is planned. ADO Panchayat Awadhesh Kumar Pandey said voters will be thermally screened at the gate of all polling stations. The state election commission provided 25 thermal screens for this purpose. Admittedly, a sufficient number of disinfectants and globs were made available for the voters at all polling stations.

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209 polling stations have left

Revathi. Voting will be ensured today by dividing the police station into 6 sectors for 157 stalls from 63 polling stations for panchayat elections. The duties of about 500 employees, including sub-inspectors, police chiefs, police officers, policewomen, home guards and other staff, were put in place to make the voting run smoothly. Highly sensitive stalls such as Narayangarh, Chhedi, Jharkathan, Gaighat, Srinagar and Durjanpur have been marked. SHO Revathi Yadvendra Pandey relayed this information, saying that every precaution has been taken to ensure that the elections are uninterrupted and peaceful. In addition to the Revathi, Sahatwar and Bansdih police stations, there are three police stations under Block Revathi. 209 voters are responsible for voting for the entire block area. All polling stations were sent to their own polling stations by various vehicles on Sunday.

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Vote for 510 Pradhan, 380 BDC and 983 Panchayats members today

No Sohanava Bloc polling stations traveled to their destinations to vote in the Panchayat elections. The village chief has 56 seats in the Sohanav development block. In which 510 candidates for the office of Prime Minister, BDC 480 and 983 candidates for the office of member are in action. For this purpose, 83 polling stations and 233 booths were set up, in which polling stations will be held on Monday under strict security precautions. On Sunday there was also a strong onslaught of compulsory voting for employees in the block headquarters.

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