UP panchayat polls: Prime Minister Modi, Obama's case to add names of Bollywood actors to voter list, probe launched

UP panchayat polls: Prime Minister Modi, Obama’s case to add names of Bollywood actors to voter list, probe launched

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Preparations for the panchayat elections in UP are in full swing. Although the dates have not yet been announced, administrative staff have stepped up other necessary preparations. Meanwhile, a case has been filed against the BLO for disrupting the voter list in Siddharthnagar.

Let me inform you that the list of voters in Siddharthnagar village ready for panchayat elections included Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former US President Barack Obama, actress Sonam Kapoor from former Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav. Whether it was someone’s life or it happened by mistake, the administration is investigating it. A case has been filed against BLO at Bhabaniganj police station. The voter list for the panchayat elections in Siddharthnagar is being amended. The final list has not yet been released. Meanwhile, there was a disturbance in the voter list of Vanshia village in Dumriyaganj tehsil area.

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There are more than 13 hundred voters in Vaisaiya village of Dumriyaganj in Siddharthnagar. However, at least 100 voters including Radheshyam, Sukhraj, Chedi Prasad and Niru of the village are not included in the list. He said that every time there is a revised schedule in the voter list. The BLO fills out the form as well as gives the paperwork but the name is not included. On the one hand, where hundreds of real village voters are deprived of the right to vote due to lack of names, the same village voter list includes Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former President Obama, actress Sonam Kapoor from former Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav. The names are visible. The village of Siddharthnagar has suddenly come under discussion due to the omission of some employees. The villagers demanded that the voter list should be revised as soon as possible after the removal of these rubbish so that they can exercise their voting right in the panchayat elections.

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