New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: The counting for Uttar Pradesh panchayat election 2021 is currently underway in 15 blocks. Results of 1,340 posts including 458 Village Head and 714 Area Panchayat declared in the district while the results of the remaining 1077 posts are yet to come.

The heavy police force was also deployed on Sunday at every counting centre to maintain decorum and to monitor the COVID-19 situation, drones have been deployed. The results of the UP panchayat election will be out by today evening.

On the first day of counting, officials were seen following COVID-19 protocols led by State Election Commission and amid the strict security, heavy violence erupted at the counting centres. 

Total number of seats: District Panchayat post- 51, 587 candidates (332 male and 255 female candidates)

Area (Kshetra) Panchayat post- 1174, 4811 candidates (2937 male and 1874 female candidates)

Principal post- 688, 4431 (2597 male and 1834 female candidates). Candidate)

Gram Panchayat Post - 497, 1044 (766 male and 278 female candidates)

Here are the LIVE Updates of May 3 Agra Panchayat Chunav 2021:

11:45 am: Results of 1,340 posts including 458 Village Head and 714 Area Panchayat declared in the district. 

After 27 hours of counting the results of a total of 1340 posts, including 458 village heads, 714 area panchayat and 168 Gram Panchayat has been declared on Monday. Counting is being done for a total of 2417 posts in 15 blocks of the district. Results of 1077 posts are yet to come.  

Here are the highlights of May 2 Agra Panchayat Chunav 2021: 

2:54 pm: Drones have been deployed to monitor the COVID-19 situation.

1:33 pm: Heavy violence eruption in nearby areas of Agra

9:00 am: The polling in Agra was conducted under the strict vigilance of police to avoid an unnecessary incident. Section 144 was imposed in the city. 

8:59 am: 51 seats in District Panchayat Ward, 1257 in Area Panchayat Ward, 690 in Gram Panchayat and 9180 in Gram Panchayat Ward.

8:35 am: Medical Health desks have been set up at all the centres. Officials showing any symptoms of COVID-19 such as cold, cough or fever will be immediately shifted to hospital. Those entering the counting centres will have to undergo mandatory thermal scanning.   

8:00 am: The counting of votes started across Uttar Pradesh 

Posted By: Niharika Sanjeeiv