New Delhi January 08 (Agency) According to the information received, the voting will take place in 7 phases in Uttar Pradesh, from February 10 to March 7. Voting will take place simultaneously in Punjab, Uttarakhand and Goa on 14 February. He left Manipur, then there will be voting on 27 February and 3 March. Everywhere the same result date has been set as March 10, while until January 15 there can be no winner. Virtual gathering and door-to-door campaigning are allowed. Even in the door-to-door campaign, only 5 people will be able to go.
After January 15, the situation in Korona will be reviewed and then a decision will be made on rallies and public rallies. Even if concentrations are allowed, the Covid protocol will be strictly adhered to. Action will be taken against violators of Covid rules in accordance with sections of the Epidemic Act, NDMA and IPC. All parties and candidates should be very careful about hate speech, fake news and social media platforms and should also monitor it.
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For employees conducting elections –
- All election workers must have both doses of the coronavirus vaccine. Prophylactic doses will also be given to all prophylactically.
- Disinfectants, masks and thermal scanners will be available at all polling stations. 3. In the face of the Corona, both the polling station and the booth have been kept safe. There is nothing to panic about, but you have to be careful. In the 2017 parliamentary elections, BJP + won 325 seats. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, out of 80 seats, the BJP won 64 seats. Congress had the worst performance in both elections. Which took 7 seats in the 2017 assembly elections and only one seat in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.