Gwalior Panchayat elections: Four hours round the collectorate question on counting of votes in Panchayat elections IG News

Publish Date: | Tue, 28 Jun 2022 11:49 AM (IST)

Gwalior (Naiduniya Representative). Hundreds of people gheraoed the collectorate for nearly four hours on Monday, alleging the counting of votes took place after voting in the Panchayat elections on June 25. In this, alleging irregularities in the counting of candidates for the post of district, district and sarpanch on different posts and demanded recounting of votes. All complaints have been sent to Collector Kaushalendra Vikram Singh. These complaints have been made by Bharti Rawat, District Member candidate from Ward 2, Geeta Kushwaha, District Panchayat Member from Ward 10, Anil Rawat, District Member from Panihar and Vejanti Devi in ​​Banwar Bhitarwar. And shouted for hours. When I met the officers in the evening, they told that a complaint should have been made at the polling station. The counting of votes has been done as per the rules of the State Election Commission. After this the villagers went back.

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