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Employees engaged in polling parties leaving for polling at their respective booths in Jind.

Employees engaged in polling parties leaving for polling at their respective booths in Jind.
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In the first phase of elections in Haryana, polling will be held for members of Panchayat Samiti and Zilla Parishad on Sunday. In 61 blocks of nine districts Bhiwani, Jhajjar, Jind, Kaithal, Mahendragarh, Nuh, Panchkula, Panipat and Yamunanagar, 1278 Panchayat Samiti and 175 Zilla Parishad members are in the fray.

The credibility of the ministers and rural MLAs of these districts is at stake. BJP is contesting on symbol in nine wards, has fielded supported candidates in 10 wards. Congress is not fighting on symbol. In JJP, candidates have been fielded on symbols in two wards of Yamunanagar district. Aam Aadmi Party and INLD are also fighting on symbols in some wards.

MP Dharambir in Bhiwani, Agriculture Minister JP Dalal, Assembly Speaker Gyan Chand Gupta in Panchkula, MP Naib Saini, District in-charge, Minister of State in Kaithal Kamlesh Dhanda, Education Minister Kanwar Pal Gurjar in Yamunanagar, besides the victory of party and supported candidates for many MLAs. Nose question.

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All the activities of Panchayat elections will be able to see on Mhari Panchayat Portal
State Election Commissioner Dhanpat Singh said that the activities of Panchayat elections can be seen on the Mhari Panchayat Portal. Voting percentage can be seen anywhere in the state by opening the Mhari Panchayat Portal through internet. At the same time, the results will be visible on the e-dashboard on the day of counting. One can see the election trends, voting percentage and final results on the portal sitting at home. After the voting of Panchayat Samiti members and Zilla Parishad Committee members, EVMs will be kept at a safe place. Tight police security arrangements will be in place at these places. After the elections of Panchayat Samiti members and Zilla Parishad members in all 22 districts are over, on November 27, after counting their votes, all the results will be declared together.

49 lakh 67 thousand 92 voters will vote
49 lakh 67 thousand 92 voters of 9 districts will vote. Polling will be held for 1278 Panchayat Samiti members and 175 Zilla Parishad members at 6019 polling booths.

From security to all other facilities, all the preparations related to
In the 9 districts where the first phase of polling is going to be held, all the preparations related to security to all other facilities have been completed in those districts. Guidelines have been issued to all supervisors. Along with this, the duty of more police personnel has been imposed on sensitive, very sensitive polling booths than normal polling booths. Keeping in view the convenience of the voters, arrangements have been made at all the polling booths for drinking water, electricity and wheel chair etc. for disabled voters if required. Dhanpat Singh, State Election Commissioner

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In the first phase of elections in Haryana, polling will be held for members of Panchayat Samiti and Zilla Parishad on Sunday. In 61 blocks of nine districts Bhiwani, Jhajjar, Jind, Kaithal, Mahendragarh, Nuh, Panchkula, Panipat and Yamunanagar, 1278 Panchayat Samiti and 175 Zilla Parishad members are in the fray.

The credibility of the ministers and rural MLAs of these districts is at stake. BJP is contesting on symbol in nine wards, has fielded supported candidates in 10 wards. Congress is not fighting on symbol. In JJP, candidates have been fielded on symbols in two wards of Yamunanagar district. Aam Aadmi Party and INLD are also fighting on symbols in some wards.

MP Dharambir in Bhiwani, Agriculture Minister JP Dalal, Assembly Speaker Gyan Chand Gupta in Panchkula, MP Naib Saini, District in-charge, Minister of State in Kaithal Kamlesh Dhanda, Education Minister Kanwar Pal Gurjar in Yamunanagar, besides the victory of party and supported candidates for many MLAs. Nose question.

Read also: There will be a solution to the strike of cleaning workers: CM

All the activities of Panchayat elections will be able to see on Mhari Panchayat Portal

State Election Commissioner Dhanpat Singh said that the activities of Panchayat elections can be seen on the Mhari Panchayat Portal. Voting percentage can be seen anywhere in the state by opening the Mhari Panchayat Portal through internet. At the same time, the results will be visible on the e-dashboard on the day of counting. One can see the election trends, voting percentage and final results on the portal sitting at home. After the voting of Panchayat Samiti members and Zilla Parishad Committee members, EVMs will be kept at a safe place. Tight police security arrangements will be in place at these places. After the elections of Panchayat Samiti members and Zilla Parishad members in all 22 districts are over, on November 27, after counting their votes, all the results will be declared together.

49 lakh 67 thousand 92 voters will vote

49 lakh 67 thousand 92 voters of 9 districts will vote. Polling will be held for 1278 Panchayat Samiti members and 175 Zilla Parishad members at 6019 polling booths.

From security to all other facilities, all the preparations related to

In the 9 districts where the first phase of polling is going to be held, all the preparations related to security to all other facilities have been completed in those districts. Guidelines have been issued to all supervisors. Along with this, the duty of more police personnel has been imposed on sensitive, very sensitive polling booths than normal polling booths. Keeping in view the convenience of the voters, arrangements have been made at all the polling booths for drinking water, electricity and wheel chair etc. for disabled voters if required. Dhanpat Singh, State Election Commissioner

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