Nuh: The sword of dismissal hangs on three women sarpanches at the same time who are accused of participating in elections on the basis of forged documents.

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Nuh: The sword of dismissal hangs on three women sarpanches at the same time who are accused of participating in elections on the basis of forged documents.

No: It has been more than a year since the panchayat elections in the district. Various types of complaints were lodged against the elected panchayat representatives by the opposition parties and the election losers. Regarding what investigations and measures the administration is currently carrying out. Most complaints were against election candidates based on forged documents. The district administration also rejected sarpanches in many of these cases. Investigation into the complaints against women sarpanches of many gram panchayats who are facing the sword of dismissal is still ongoing. However, some elected panchayat representatives are also given a free hand following investigations by the district administration.

Sword hanging on the Sarpanch of Gram Panchayat Sirauli, Andhaki and Badah

According to the information received from complainants like Iqbal, Laik Nambardar, Khurshid Ahmed, Hamida Farooq etc., the elected women sarpanches of Gram Panchayat Sirauli, Andhaki and Badah had contested the elections on the basis of forged documents. The special thing is that the above three Sarpanches, who had submitted their Class 8 education documents in their nomination papers, were all in the name of Prem Bal Junior High School, Laxmi Nagar, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. This came to light during the investigation into the complaint in this regard. The North Mathura Block Education Officer in-charge said in his inquiry that no record of the above documents was found. During the investigation, after several correspondences, the Nuh DC summoned the accused women sarpanches to present their views and cooperate in the investigation, but all the three women sarpanches did not participate in the investigation.

DC called on January 30th to pitch his side

On January 19, the above three women sarpanches were asked by the DC to present their case on January 30. It also warned that action will be taken if she is not present on January 30 to provide evidence and argue her side. It is now assumed that in such a situation the sword of dismissal hangs over these women. We would like to inform you that more than two dozen complaints regarding forged documents have been filed in Nuh District. The district administration stepped in and fired about half a dozen. Many are still pending investigation. According to information, following the complaints of forged documents, only the district councilors elected from district council ward No. 1, Gram Panchayat Bhangwo of Tawadu block and the women sarpanches of Beri have so far come clean in the investigation.

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