Assembly Elections 2021: The Election Commission of India -ECI has said on Monday that bike rallies will not be allowed in any Vidhan Sabha constituency 72 hours before the day of voting in the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections. The Election Commission has said that it has come before the Commission that the bike is being used by anti-social elements to intimidate voters before the election day or before voting.
News agency ANI quoted the Election Commission as saying that the Bike Rally will not be approved at any place 72 hours before the election date or at the time of voting.
Let us know that elections will be held in 4 states of the country, Assam (Assam), West Bengal (West Bengal), Kerala (Kerala), Tamil Nadu (Tamil Nadu) and one union territory Puducherry. The Election Commission announced the dates for the assembly elections in these states on 26 February.
The Election Commission had said that these Legislative Assembly elections are being held at a time when Corona virus infection is spreading throughout the country. Hence the Corona Guide Line will be strictly followed during voting. In which wearing masks and social distancing will be specially taken care of.
Chief Election Commission-CEC Sunil Arora has said that following the social distancing, the number of polling stations in West Bengal has increased to 1.1 lakh. The state will have elections in 8 phases.
He had said that everyone will be vaccinated by Covid-19 before going on electoral duty in the upcoming assembly elections. According to Election Commission rules, the election campaign stops 48 hours before the voting date. But this time it has been decided to ban the bike rally 72 hours before the voting starts.
The Commission has also said that central paramilitary forces will be appointed at the place of voting. Explain that the Legislative Assembly is to vote on 126 seats in Assam, 234 in Tamil Nadu, 294 in West Bengal, 140 in Kerala and 30 seats in Puducherry.
West Bengal elections will be held in 8 phases from 27 March to 29 April. Voting will take place in 3 phases between March 27 and April 6 in Assam. Voting will be held on 6 April in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry. The results of the assembly elections in these four states and Union Territory of Puducherry will be announced simultaneously on 2 May.
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