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Election Commission banned the victory procession of May 2

Across the country, the corona virus has caused havoc. On the other hand, in the midst of voting in the last phase of the assembly elections in West Bengal, the Commission has taken an important decision.

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Across the country, the coronavirus has caused havoc. On the other hand, in the midst of voting in the last phase of the assembly elections in West Bengal, the Commission has taken an important decision. Under which the Election Commission has said that after the election results on 2 May, no parties will be allowed to carry out the victory procession. However, it is believed that the Commission has given this decision after the rebuttal of the Madras High Court.

Madras High Court reprimanded

Let us know that in 4 of the five states of the country, voting has been completed for the assembly elections. But for the last phase in West Bengal, the last voting is to be held on 29th April. After which the results of the elections of five states will be declared on 2 May. However, in West Bengal, there was also a request to vote for the last three phases simultaneously. But it was turned down by the commission. On the other hand, an unprecedented increase has been recorded in the case of Kovid-19 in West Bengal. At the same time, CM Mamata Banerjee had suggested the Election Commission hold the vote together.

The second wave of corona intensified

It may be known that the Madras High Court has lambasted the Election Commission in a hearing. The High Court has directly held the Election Commission responsible for the second wave of Corona in the country. At the same time, he asked the Commission that why should not his officers be booked for murder? After which the Commission today showed seriousness in a hurry.

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