UP: 80% of the incumbent heads, BDC and Zilla Panchayat members are not eligible to contest elections, here is the reason

UP: 80% of the incumbent heads, BDC and Zilla Panchayat members are not eligible to contest elections, here is the reason

Lucknow: The term of the Panchayat Election 2020 in Uttar Pradesh is going to end on 25 December. This time the dream of Gram Pradhan, BDC and Zilla Panchayat members preparing to fight the election again will remain only dream. Actually, 80 percent of the village head, BDC and district panchayat members have not deposited the election expenses. Also, the guidelines of the Election Commission have not been followed seriously.

80% people did not follow the instructions of the Election Commission
Please tell that due to Corona infection, the three-stage elections in November-December will not be held in time. The election is expected to be held in April-May of 2021 next year. This time the Election Commission is eyeing the current head, BDC and Zilla Panchayat members preparing to contest elections. Because eighty percent of these people have not followed the rules, guidelines of the Election Commission.

Details to be seen at the time of nomination for the upcoming election
At the time of election, the commission was directed to submit the details of expenses incurred in the election. At the same time, those who did not give details of the expenses incurred in the elections were also instructed to be declared commissioners to contest the elections. Despite this, about 80 percent of the people who won and lost in the elections have not followed. Now at the time of nomination in the upcoming election it will be seen who has given the details and who has not given it. Those who have not given details can be considered as commissioners to contest elections.