In all four phases, votes have been cast for 58,194 of Gram Panchayat Pradhan, 7,31,813 of Gram Panchayat member, 75,808 of Kshetra Panchayat member and 3,051 posts of Zilla Panchayat member in the state.
The counting of the panchayat elections held in Uttar Pradesh in 4 phases (UP Panchayat Election Result) will start from 8 am today (Sunday). In four phases, 12 lakh 89 thousand 830 candidates are in the fray. All the candidates are going to contest elections on the posts of Zilla Panchayat member, Kshetra Panchayat member, Gram Pradhan and Gram Panchayat member. This time, after the result, there will be a complete ban on the victory procession.
To ensure security in counting, eight companies CRPF, two companies SSB, 10 companies Central Security Force and 67 company PACs have been set up. According to the officials of the State Election Commission, due to the high number of candidates in the election of Zilla Panchayat member, Gram Pradhan and Kshetra Panchayat member, the votes of each candidate will be counted separately. Which is expected to take a lot of time. According to a senior official, the counting of votes polled in the panchayat elections on May 2, Sunday will start from eight o’clock in the morning and will continue till all the ballots are counted. He expressed the possibility that the counting process may take about two days to complete.
RTPCR report required
According to the State Election Commission spokesperson, candidates and agents will be allowed to enter the counting center only after 48 hours before the start of counting, showing a negative report of RTPCR or rapid antigen screening or completion of the course of Kovid-19 vaccine. . It will be mandatory for all those visiting the counting center to wear masks.
Elections have been held on so many posts
Polling was held on April 15 in the first phase, April 19 in the second, April 26 in the third and April 29 in the fourth phase. Votes have been cast for the posts of 58,194 of Gram Panchayat Pradhan, 7,31,813 of Gram Panchayat member, 75,808 of Kshetra Panchayat member and 3,051 of Zilla Panchayat member in the four phases in the state. Some of these posts have also been elected unopposed. The Allahabad High Court had asked the Uttar Pradesh government to end the panchayat election process by May 25.
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