UP Lok Sabha Election 2024 BJP Ravi Kishan vs Samajwadi Party Candidate Kajal Nishan on Gorakhpur Seat ann

Lok Sabha Election Result 2024: There is a tough competition between actors and actresses in the electoral battle of Gorakhpur in UP. Who will win and who will be lucky will be decided on Tuesday, June 4. The fate of the candidates of two Lok Sabha seats in Gorakhpur, UP, Gorakhpur Sadar and Bansgaon Lok Sabha seats will be decided. Preparations for this have been completed. The officials have geared up to conduct the counting of votes efficiently amid tight security. In Gorakhpur, BJP MP and actor Ravi Kishan and actress Kajal Nishad, candidate from India Alliance’s SP, have worked hard for victory. While Kamlesh Paswan has contested from BJP in Bansgaon, former minister Sadal Prasad is in the fray on Congress ticket from India Alliance.

Counting of votes for the Lok Sabha General Election 2024 in Gorakhpur is to be held on Tuesday, June 4. The district administration has completed all the preparations for this. Counting of votes will start at 8 am. Gorakhpur Sadar Lok Sabha has 5 assembly constituencies – Gorakhpur city, Campierganj, Pipraich, Sahajanwan and Gorakhpur rural. On the other hand, counting of Bansgaon, Chauri Chaura, Chillupar, Rudrapur and Barhaj assembly constituencies is to be held in Bansgaon (reserved) Lok Sabha seat. 54.93 percent voting has taken place in Gorakhpur Sadar Lok Sabha seat and 51.79 percent in Bansgaon Lok Sabha seat.

Counting on 14 tables in Gorakhpur
First the ballot paper process will start. After that the work of service voter and scanning will be done. 1853 ballot papers are to be counted in Gorakhpur Sadar Lok Sabha seat and 1810 in Bansgaon. Ballots of service voters have not been added to this. A total of 14 tables have been made in Gorakhpur. Where counting will be done from 22 to 36 rounds. Preparations for that have been completed. Counting of votes of Gorakhpur Sadar Lok Sabha constituency will be done in the Commerce Faculty building of Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University. Counting of votes of Bansgaon Lok Sabha constituency will be done in the Arts Faculty building. Security arrangements for EVMs have been put in place in three phases and only after complete investigation, employees engaged in counting work and representatives of political parties will be sent inside.

For the counting of votes in Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University, 832 counting employees were trained in Baba Gambhirnath Auditorium and Annexe Auditorium on Monday. EVM counting employees were trained in Baba Gambhirnath Auditorium and postal ballot paper counting employees were trained in Annexe Auditorium in front of the observer. The trained employees will participate in the counting of votes in Badminton Hall, Commerce Faculty, Diksha Bhawan, Arts Faculty Bhawan of Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University.

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Counting will be done assembly wise
684 officers and employees were trained in Baba Gambhirnath Auditorium. These officers and employees will count the votes using EVMs. They were trained under the supervision of observer R. Maneka, Assistant Personnel Officer/District Development Officer Rajmani Verma, Project Director/PD Anil Singh, DC MNREGA Saurabh Srivastava, Savings Officer Brijesh Yadav, DIOS Amarkant Singh.

The training of 148 employees for counting postal ballots was completed in the Annex Auditorium. 14 tables will be set up for each assembly constituency for counting. Three tables will be kept in reserve. Two tables will be set up with the RO. 171 counting supervisors, 171 counting members, 171 micro observers, 171 fourth class employees have been appointed for EVM counting.

Counting agents will be present
37 parties have been deployed for postal ballot counting. Four employees in each party will count the votes. Four parties will be deployed near Gorakhpur Sadar Lok Sabha and Bansgaon Lok Sabha along with Khajni Assembly RO of Sant Kabir Nagar Lok Sabha. Counting will be done in a minimum of 28 rounds and a maximum of 34 rounds. First, counting of ballot papers will begin at 8 am. After this, counting of EVMs will take place. All the officers and employees on counting duty have to reach Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University at 6 am to discharge their duties.

Counting agents will be present in Gorakhpur Sadar, Bansgaon and Khajni assembly of Sant Kabir Nagar Lok Sabha. One counting agent of each candidate will be present at each table. No counting agent or counting employee can take mobile or electronic device to the counting place. Special care will be taken of this. Trends will start coming from 10 am. Counting is expected to end by 2 to 3 pm. After the counting of votes is over, on the instructions of the Election Commission, District Election Officer Krishna Karunesh will give the certificate of victory to the winning candidate.

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