The results of the assembly elections held in five states will be announced on May 2, in which the Election Commission has completely banned any victory procession or celebration after the results. This decision has been taken amid the growing outbreak of Corona.
The Election Commission has taken an important decision amid the rising outbreak of Coronavirus. The results of the assembly elections held in five states will be announced on May 2, in which the Election Commission has completely banned any victory procession or celebration after the results. In the midst of Corona’s growing crisis, the Election Commission has taken this tough decision. After the results, any candidate can go with only two people to get their winning certificate.
Let us tell you that the election results of West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala, and Puducherry are to be declared on 2 May. Elections are over in four states, while one phase of voting remains in Bengal. In such a situation, this important decision has been taken by the Election Commission.
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Corona’s crisis has increased rapidly in the last few days. In such a situation, continuous questions were being raised on the crowds at the election rallies. Before the seventh phase of voting in Bengal, the Election Commission had banned large rallies, roadshows, and post tours, appealed to political parties to hold virtual meetings.
Also, he was instructed to stop campaigning 72 hours before voting. In such a situation, now when the voting is about to end, preparations are being made for the counting day by the Election Commission.
The Madras High Court had also reprimanded the
Madras High Court had reprimanded the Election Commission on the same day in the midst of the growing crisis in Corona. The Madras High Court had said during the hearing of a petition that the Election Commission is fully responsible for the second wave of Corona. The Election Commission did not ban any kind of election meeting, in which a large number of people continued to gather at one place. Along with reprimand, the High Court had directed the Election Commission to prepare a complete plan for counting on 2 May. If there is any lapse on this day, the court will ban counting.