Assembly elections 2022: Restrictions on rally and roadshow may continue even after January 15, Election Commission may decide

New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh (UP Election 2022), Uttarakhand (Uttarakhand Election 2022), Goa (Goa Election 2022), Punjab (Punjab Election 2022) And the dates for the assembly elections to be held in Manipur (Manipur Election 2022) were announced by the Election Commission on 8 January 2022. The Election Commission had then banned road shows and rallies of political parties till January 15. Now if sources are to be believed, the Election Commission can increase this restriction and it can soon take a big decision on this.

According to sources, the Election Commission had imposed this ban in view of the increasing cases of corona, but even after about a week, instead of improving the situation, the ban can be extended further in view of the increase in the cases of infection. Sources say that the commission will evaluate the situation now and the new order will be issued by tomorrow.

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The cases of corona infection in the country are increasing rapidly every day. Sources say that in view of Corona cases, the ban on Election Commission election rallies, road shows, pad yatras and cycle rallies may continue. However, it is not yet clear for how many days this restriction will remain in place.

Significantly, while announcing the dates of the elections, it was said by the Election Commission that in view of Corona, election rallies and road shows are being banned till January 15 and again on January 15, the situation of Corona will be reviewed. And only after that it will be decided whether the ban will remain or will it be removed. However, the Election Commission had said that political parties and workers can do door to door campaigns.


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