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- In Panchayat Elections Of UP Alcohol And Chicken Mutton Are Being Used, The Slogan Of ‘Pakka Daru Pakka Vote’ Is Going On The Villages.
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Lucknow2 minutes agoAuthor: Vijay Upadhyay
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The atmosphere of celebration starts to appear in the evening in the villages. People living in the cities are also returning to the village to cast their votes. The candidates are also arranging for their travel and expenses.
- Candidates are fiercely distributing liquor and chicken-mutton, the atmosphere of the village is changing as the evening progresses
Voting in the first phase of Uttar Pradesh’s panchayat elections has created an atmosphere of ‘first eat-drink, then vote-two’ in the villages. In rural areas, the slogan of ‘kachchi daru kachcha vote, pakki daru pakka vote, daru cock cock khol vote’ is going on.
In most of the rural areas, candidates are also getting wheat harvested from the combine harvesters for the farmers. But the most shocking thing is that in the areas where elections are to be held for the first phase, the consumption of liquor along with mutton-chicken and fish has increased.
Due to this, the prices of non-vegetarian in the villages are also increasing significantly. Ghanshyam Singh of Jaunpur district said that the prices of poultry have increased by one and a half times in the last few days. A cock selling for 130 rupees is selling for more than 200 rupees. The same situation is with goat prices. Spending on unreserved seats is high. The candidates are leaving no stone unturned to woo voters.
At the same time, Digvijay Singh, a resident of Semri of Sultanpur, says, ‘There is a view of’ Surya Asta, Janta Mast ‘in the villages. The mass feast is also going on. Cash rupees are also being distributed. The candidates are preparing to distribute saris and clothes.
Here, the excise department of the state is also engaged in curbing poisonous liquor. Joint teams have been formed in the districts. Additional Chief Secretary (Excise) Sanjay Bhusreddy said that a campaign has been started for the prevention of illicit liquor in the panchayat elections. The biggest danger is illegal and poisonous alcohol.
In Ayodhya and Pratapgarh, even before the distribution of poisonous liquor for votes, there have been deaths. Let me tell you, in the first phase of panchayat elections, votes will be cast in 18 districts on April 15. Nomination papers will be scrutinized on 5 and 6 April. There will be a withdrawal of nominations on April 7 and the election symbol will be allotted on the same day.
Candidates are also incurring the expenses of the movement of voters living in the city
The atmosphere of celebration starts to appear in the evening in the villages. People living in the cities are also returning to the village to cast their votes. The candidates are also arranging for their travel and expenses. The highest expenditure is incurred by the village head. After this the Kshetra Panchayat and Zilla Panchayat members are also spending on the voters.