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Samvad News Agency
Kurukshetra. The post of head and councilor of four municipalities in the district will be voted on today. Voting will take place at different stands in Pehowa, Ladwa, Shahabad and Ismailabad from 7 am to 6 pm. 93 thousand 46 voters from 64 districts of the four municipalities will decide the fate of 22 candidates running for mayor and 194 candidates in the fight for councilor.
Eight candidates competed for the post of head of Pehowa, two of whom withdrew in support of the BJP and two from the Aam Aadmi party. Four candidates are now in the BJP fight, Ashish Sharma, Azad candidate and JJP leader Geeta Rani, party leader Anil Dhawan Aam Aadmi and Surendra Kumar Azad.
While in Ladwa, five candidates are running for leader, Sakshi Khurana of the BJP, Sumit Bansal with the support of Congress, Anil Mata of the Aam Aadmi Party, Praveen of the Bahujan Samaj Party and Rajan of Azad. Ismailabad has the first elections in the municipality. The seat here is reserved for women, where there are five independent candidates, including the BJP, the Aam Aadmi party. There are six candidates for the fight in Shahabad, but the contest is also triangular here. Dr. Gulshan is the candidate of the BJP-JJP alliance. At the same time, BJP leader Tilak Raj Azad is running in the elections. On the other hand, Harish Kumar is a candidate backed by Congress.
Sensitive and susceptible 46 marked houses
The district administration has identified stands 9, 10, 17, 18, 22 and 23 in Ladwa municipality as sensitive and numbers 5, 6, 21 and 24 as sensitive. Similarly, booth number 1, 2, 29, 30, 31 and 21 in Pehowa Township is very sensitive and booth number 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 27 and 28, Ismailabad. Stands 1 and 5 of the municipality are considered very sensitive and 2, 7 and 11 are considered sensitive. Stands 7, 8, 17, 18, 25 and 26 in Shahabad municipality have remained very sensitive and stands 3, 4, 9, 10, 19, 20, 27 and 28 in the sensitive category.
Adequate number of police forces deployed in all houses: Mukul Kumar
Deputy Commissioner Mukul Kumar said adequate police force has been deployed in all the huts. Along with sensitive and very sensitive areas, the police administration has also carried out flag marches in the urban areas of Ismailabad, Pehowa, Ladwa and Shahabad. The elections will be held peacefully and no one will be able to disturb public order. Anyone may also provide any information related to the election to the mobile number of the Election Observer and the Rector of Elections.
More than a thousand policemen will be in charge of the front: Dr. Anshu Singla
Police Superintendent Dr. Anshu Singla said 550 employees have been on duty at the booths. Five to eight workers will be deployed in sensitive cabins and eight to 10 in sensitive cabins. 180 employees will serve 22 locations in the district. 12 patrol groups have been formed, including four DSPs, four SHOs, one CIA and two, including the ANC and cybercrime teams will patrol. In addition, reserve forces will also be deployed in the four municipalities. A total of more than a thousand police officers will take to the front.

Samvad News Agency

Kurukshetra. The post of head and councilor of four municipalities in the district will be voted on today. Voting will take place at different stands in Pehowa, Ladwa, Shahabad and Ismailabad from 7 am to 6 pm. 93 thousand 46 voters from 64 districts of the four municipalities will decide the fate of 22 candidates running for mayor and 194 candidates in the fight for councilor.

Eight candidates competed for the post of head of Pehowa, two of whom withdrew in support of the BJP and two from the Aam Aadmi party. Four candidates are now in the BJP fight, Ashish Sharma, Azad candidate and JJP leader Geeta Rani, party leader Anil Dhawan Aam Aadmi and Surendra Kumar Azad.

While in Ladwa, five candidates are running for leader, Sakshi Khurana of the BJP, Sumit Bansal with the support of Congress, Anil Mata of the Aam Aadmi Party, Praveen of the Bahujan Samaj Party and Rajan of Azad. Ismailabad has the first elections in the municipality. The seat here is reserved for women, where there are five independent candidates, including the BJP, the Aam Aadmi party. There are six candidates for the fight in Shahabad, but the contest is also triangular here. Dr. Gulshan is the candidate of the BJP-JJP alliance. At the same time, BJP leader Tilak Raj Azad is running in the elections. On the other hand, Harish Kumar is a candidate backed by Congress.

Sensitive and susceptible 46 marked houses

The district administration has identified stands 9, 10, 17, 18, 22 and 23 in Ladwa municipality as sensitive and numbers 5, 6, 21 and 24 as sensitive. Similarly, booth number 1, 2, 29, 30, 31 and 21 in Pehowa Township is very sensitive and booth number 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 27 and 28, Ismailabad. Stands 1 and 5 of the municipality are considered very sensitive and 2, 7 and 11 are considered sensitive. Stands 7, 8, 17, 18, 25 and 26 in Shahabad municipality have remained very sensitive and stands 3, 4, 9, 10, 19, 20, 27 and 28 in the sensitive category.

Adequate number of police forces deployed in all houses: Mukul Kumar

Deputy Commissioner Mukul Kumar said adequate police force has been deployed in all the huts. Along with sensitive and very sensitive areas, the police administration has also carried out flag marches in the urban areas of Ismailabad, Pehowa, Ladwa and Shahabad. The elections will be held peacefully and no one will be able to disturb public order. Anyone may also provide any information related to the election to the mobile number of the Election Observer and the Rector of Elections.

More than a thousand policemen will be in charge of the front: Dr. Anshu Singla

Police Superintendent Dr. Anshu Singla said 550 employees have been on duty at the booths. Five to eight workers will be deployed in sensitive cabins and eight to 10 in sensitive cabins. 180 employees will serve 22 locations in the district. Twelve patrol groups have been formed, including four DSPs, four SHOs, one and two CIA, including the ANC and cybercrime teams will patrol. In addition, reserve forces will also be deployed in the four municipalities. A total of more than a thousand police officers will take to the front.

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