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dropdown list fill from MYSQL

in fill_gov() you need to select both gov_id and area_name

 command.CommandText = "select gov_id,
gov_name from gov";

set value from gov_id

item_1.Value =
item_1.Text =

and change the fill_area() select sql as below

command.CommandText = "select area_name
from area where area_name !='' and gov_id =" +
DropDownList1.SelectedValue ;

you better use parameterized SQL

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