Preparations for vote counting complete in Bihar Chief Electoral Officer inspection ANN

Bihar Vote Counting: on Tuesday, June 4 across the country Lok Sabha Elections The results are yet to come. Preparations for counting have been completed in Bihar as well. Chief Electoral Officer H R Srinivas, Patna DM Shirshat Kapil Ashok, Patna SSP Rajiv Mishra reviewed the preparations. Counting of votes for Patliputra and Patna Sahib Lok Sabha constituencies will begin at 8 am at AN College.

Preparations for counting of votes complete in Patna

Ravi Shankar Prasad is the BJP candidate from Patna Sahib, while the Congress candidate from the Grand Alliance is Anshul Abhijeet. Misa Bharti is the RJD candidate from Pataliputra while the BJP candidate is Ram Kripal Yadav. Before the counting begins, agents of political parties will be given entry inside the counting center. Entry will be allowed only till 7:30 am. The strong room will be opened at 8 am. First of all, the votes cast through postal ballot papers will be counted. After this, the votes cast in EVM will be counted.

There are a total of six assembly constituencies in Patliputra and Patna Sahib Lok Sabha constituencies. A total of 15 counting tables including ARO have been set up for counting the votes of the assembly constituencies in both these Lok Sabha constituencies. Votes will be counted on 14 counting tables. There will be a separate table for ARO. A total of 16 separate tables have been set up for counting the votes cast through postal ballot papers.

Around 600 officials and workers will be on duty for counting and other processes. Tight security arrangements have been made. Counting of votes will be done under three-tier security. There will be security personnel at every step. CCTV surveillance will be done. Agents of candidates will be informed about the votes received in each round.

Changes in traffic system due to vote counting

In view of the counting of votes, changes have been made in the traffic system. From 5 am on June 4 till the counting of votes is over, all types of vehicles will remain closed from Boring Road Square towards AN College, from Mohini Mor to Sahdev Mahato Marg and from Pani Tanki Mor towards AN College. However, there will be no ban on the movement of emergency vehicles, vehicles related to counting of votes, judicial work and vehicles with passes.

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