UP Panchayat Election 2020: Many Rural Heads will be shocked to see the directives of the Commission, this time they will not be able to contest the election


Preparations have begun for the panchayat elections in Uttar Pradesh. Although the State Election Commission has not yet announced the date of the election, it has directed the preparation of the voter list. Tuesday’s detailed program has been released. According to the program published by State Election Commissioner Manoj Kumar, booth label officers (BLOs) will go door-to-door from next October to verify the voter list.
Meanwhile, all the district heads of Agra division, BDC and JI panchayat members will not be able to contest 90 per cent. This is due to compliance with the Election Commission rules. These may be prohibited for non-submission of election expenses. In view of this, people who are willing to contest the elections have started circulating in the Secretariat.

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In fact, three-phase elections will be held in November-December this year, but during the Corona period, it is currently behind schedule. Now these elections may be held in April-May next year. Preparations are also underway in this manner. Now a new guideline is being prepared. According to the guideline, the chief, BDC and Zila Panchayat members did not provide details of election expenses. He will not be able to contest the election. This includes those who have fought these elections but lost.
Before these people fill out the nomination form, it is necessary to mention that they have attached the details of what they spent in the last election. Otherwise, they will be declared as grandfathers. ADM Finance and Revenue Jogendra Kumar said about 90 per cent people did not give details of election expenses. They may face the danger of contesting elections.

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You can also apply to become a voter online

Additional Election Commissioner Ved Prakash Verma said that from October 1 to November 12, BLOs will go door-to-door to count the voters included in the voter list and survey new voters. Voters can also apply online from October 1 to November 2. Applications received online on the State Election Commission website, Sec.up.nic.in, will be examined door-to-door between November 6 and November 12.

The final voter list will be released on December 29

A computerized manuscript of the draft voter list will be prepared between 13 November and 5 December. The draft voter list will be released on December 2. People will be able to check their names and other details on this voter list from December to December 12. At the same time, claims and objections will be sought regarding the errors in this draft voter list. These claims and objections will be settled between 13 December and 19 December. The final draft of this voter list will be published on December 29.

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