Bihar Minister of State for Panchayats Samrat Chowdhury Chowdhury has issued a statement saying the government is fully prepared to conduct panchayat elections. Now the Election Commission should decide when to conduct the election.
Bihar Panchayat Election: When the Bihar panchayat elections are about to take place, no one has any information about it. In such a situation, there is confusion about the panchayat election. Panchayat elections will be postponed or held due to the Corona epidemic. No one has the answer. However, in such a situation, Bihar’s Panchayati Raj Minister Samrat Chowdhury Chowdhury issued a statement saying that the government was fully prepared to conduct the panchayat elections. Now the Election Commission should decide when to conduct the election. Read more – WB Assembly Election 2021: Mamata Banerjee questions Election Commission, says abuse of central forces
Explain that the issue of three-tier Panchayat Raj elections, including the village head of Bihar, is stuck between the Central Election Commission and the State Election Commission over the use of EVMs in the 2nd and 3rd stages. The Minister has to say that if the Election Commission decides to hold elections, we will hold elections. He said action would be taken against those who did not submit certificates of eligibility. Read more- Three assembly constituencies will be sealed on polling day, the Election Commission has given this special reason
Chowdhury said there were reports of unrest in 14,755 wards, after which action would be taken against others, including the head of the ward. It has been made clear by the State Election Commission that digitization of Panchayat posts is mandatory so that there is no difficulty in preparing candidates for nomination, screening of nomination papers, Form 23 and election certificates. To make the panchayat elections more transparent, the State Election Commission has issued instructions to make all the reserved posts public. Read more – Assam: EVM found in BJP candidate’s wife’s car, Amit Shah says Election Commission should investigate