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Assembly Elections 2022: Will the era of political rallies return? Election Commission meeting continues, decision will be taken by 2 pm

The Election Commission is reviewing the ban on rallies and public meetings for the upcoming assembly elections. After holding a meeting with the Health Secretary, the Commission will decide whether to allow rallies, meetings, travel or not.

Election Commission reviewing the ban on rallies

The Election Commission is reviewing the ban on rallies and public meetings for the upcoming assembly elections 2022. After meeting with the Health Secretary, the Commission will decide whether to allow rallies, meetings, travel or not. It is being organized through video conferencing. An official statement will be issued by the commission on this issue by 2:00 pm. In the meeting held on Friday, Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra and both the Election Commissioners were unanimous that Korana is increasing rapidly and it would be appropriate to continue the ban on the rally.

The issue of violations by the Samajwadi Party is included in the meeting of the Election Commission on Friday. The commission can also decide to impose fine in addition to the FIR on the violation. The police have registered a case in connection with the gathering in the rally at the Lucknow SP office. This information has been given by Lucknow’s CP DK Thakur. The police officer said that information was received that about 2500 people had gathered in the office of the Samajwadi Party. Lucknow CP said that our team reached there and stopped the program. Also, a case has been registered on the basis of violation of the rule.

Ban on all types of rallies till January 15

While announcing the election dates, the commission had banned all types of rallies till January 15 and only virtual campaigns were allowed. According to the guidelines issued by the Election Commission at present, there is a ban on taking out any padyatra, cycle journey or road show by political parties. In this meeting, the commission will take a decision on the basis of information about the spread of corona virus and its new form Omicron. The Election Commission had urged political parties in the press conference on Friday to campaign through digital medium.

Results will come on March 10

It has been decided to conduct elections in seven phases in Uttar Pradesh. After February 10,14,20,23,27 in Uttar Pradesh, polling will be held on March 3 and 7. It has been decided to conduct elections in a single phase in Punjab. Polling in Punjab will be held on February 14. Similarly, in Uttarakhand too, elections will be held in one phase. Here too, voting will be held on February 14 only. Elections will be held in Goa in one phase. Voters will be able to exercise their franchise in Goa on February 14. Whereas in Manipur it has been decided to conduct polling in two phases. Manipur will go to polls on February 27 and March 3. Counting of votes will be done on March 10 in all the states.

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