Election Commission bans public rallies, roadshows till January 15

Election Commission of India File Photo

Election Commission of India File Photo

In the midst of a flood in Covid-19 cases, the Election Commission on Saturday prohibited political race rallies, roadshows, and corner gatherings till January 15 in the five survey bound states.

Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra said the survey authority will audit the Covid-19 circumstance on January 15 and accept a further approach permitting public assemblies.

“The Election Commission won’t spare a moment to banish parties from additional conventions on the off chance that Covid convention isn’t followed,” Chandra said.

The Election Commission likewise set out rigid Covid rules, limiting the quantity of people took into account house to house missions to five.

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Ideological groups have been approached to give veils, hand sanitisers to individuals going to assemblies, in the event that they are permitted, Chandra said.

The Election Commission has additionally prohibited parties and just two people will be permitted to go with the possibility to gather the triumphant authentication.

Gathering decisions in five states—Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Uttarakhand, and Manipur—will be held from February 10 to March 7. Votes will be relied on March 10. PTI

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