IEP Chandigarh, November 8
Haryana State Election Commissioner, Sh. Dhanpat Singh said that all preparations have been completed for Panchayat Samiti members and Zilla Parishad members for the second phase in the state. Polling will be held on November 9 for 1244 Panchayat Samiti members and 158 Zilla Parishad members in 57 blocks of 9 districts Ambala, Charkhi Dadri, Gurugram, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Rewari, Rohtak, Sirsa, and Sonipat. In the second phase, polling will be held on November 12, 2022, for the post of Sarpanch and Panch.State Election Commissioner, Sh. Dhanpat Singh said that in the nine districts where the second phase of polling is going to be held, all the preparations related to security and all other facilities have been completed. Guidelines have been issued to all the supervisors. Along with this, a heavy police force has been deployed at sensitive polling booths. Sh. Dhanpat Singh said that keeping in mind the convenience of voters necessary arrangements like drinking water, electricity, wheelchair for disabled voters etc. have been ensured at all polling station.Sh. Dhanpat Singh said that these EVMs will be kept at a safe place after the voting of Panchayat Samiti members and Zilla Parishad Committee members. Tight police security arrangements will be in place at these places. After the elections of Panchayat Samiti members and Zilla Parishad members in all the districts are over, their results will be declared.There are 48,67,132 voters in the second phaseSh. Dhanpat Singh informed that there are total 48, 67, 132 voters in 9 districts of the second phase. These include 25, 89, 270 males, 22, 77, 795 females, and 67 others. Sh. Dhanpat Singh informed that there are 5,963 polling stations in these 9 districts, out of which 976 are sensitive and 1023 are highly sensitive stations.Panchayat election activities will be updated on ‘Mhari Panchayat Portal’Sh. Dhanpat Singh said that the activities of Panchayat elections will be updated on the ‘Mhari Panchayat Portal’. The voting percentages can be seen anywhere in the state by opening the Mhari Panchayat Portal through the internet. At the same time, the results will be visible on the e-dashboard on the day of counting. Anyone can see the election trends, voting percentages, and final results on the portal while sitting at home.