New Delhi: Political events will be unable to carry street reveals or public rallies till January 22. The ban on such rallies was earlier introduced by the Election Fee of India (ECI) until January 15 within the wake of accelerating instances of Kovid-19.
Meeting elections have been introduced in 5 states – Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Uttarakhand and Manipur. Voting will happen between February 10 and March 7.
Political events are allowed to carry indoor conferences with a most of 300 individuals or 50 per cent of the venue capability, whichever is much less.
The variety of covid instances is rising daily within the nation. Within the 24 hours that ended Saturday morning, greater than 2.68 million instances and 402 deaths had been reported throughout the nation.
Political events are campaigning vigorously because the election dates are approaching.
Earlier on Saturday, the Congress and the BJP introduced their checklist of candidates for Punjab and Uttar Pradesh respectively.
BJP will subject UP CM Yogi Adityanath from Gorakhpur, whereas Congress has fielded Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channy from Chamkaur Sahib and PPCC chief Navjyot Singh Sidhu from East Amritsar.
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