New Delhi. In the midst of increasing cases of new and old variants of corona virus, preparations have also started for the assembly elections of five states to be held early next year. In view of the threat of virus, the Central Election Commission has decided to meet the Union Health Secretary before deciding the election. The Election Commission will meet Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan on Monday.
According to informed sources, this meeting is being held before the Election Commission’s visit to Uttar Pradesh. Significantly, elections are going to be held in five states including Uttar Pradesh in two months. The Commission’s team is about to visit the state to decide on the election. Along with this, there will be talk about strict corona protocol in the elections of five states.
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Commission to oversee the preparations for the elections 28 From 30 Will visit Uttar Pradesh between December. Significantly, on Thursday, the Allahabad High Court had advised the Election Commission to postpone the upcoming elections. Due to the increasing cases of corona across the country, the Allahabad High Court had urged the Election Commission and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to postpone the UP elections and ban the rallies immediately.
The High Court had urged and said that if there is life, then there is a world. If the rallies are not stopped, the results will be worse than the second wave. Bengal before, Elections were held in March-April in five states, including Assam and Tamil Nadu. There was a lot of crowd in the election rallies in his campaign. Since then there was an increase in corona cases in these states., Seeing this, the Tamil Nadu High Court made a sharp remark.