New Delhi | Assembly Elections 2022: The dates of assembly elections in 5 states have been announced on Saturday, amid increasing cases of country’s corona infection and Omicron variant. According to which assembly elections will be held in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Manipur and Goa Legislative Assembly. However, whether holding elections at such a time will increase the risk of corona infection, only time will tell.
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…so what will not happen before the election campaign
Assembly Elections 2022: Amidst the furore of Corona in the country, the Election Commission has fixed the date of elections in February, but in such a situation, will the election campaign be possible in the infected environment. Because, any politician has to think ten times before campaigning-election rallies. The country has already seen the fury of the corona pandemic. In which along with the general public, many leaders have also been made their victims by Corona.
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Now you have to go through these restrictions
Assembly Elections 2022: Along with announcing the dates of the elections, the Election Commission has also imposed many rules and regulations to prevent the spread of corona infection. Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra said that no road shows, padyatras, cycle or bike rallies and processions will be allowed till January 15. In such a situation, the election color will fade away. The ears will also yearn to hear the election tunes that resonate in the streets again and again. The noise during the campaign and the enthusiasm of the people for their respective parties will also be seen breathless. However, Chief Election Commissioner Chandra has also said that after January 15, the situation of Corona will be reviewed and new orders will be issued.