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Election Commission bans victory processions due to Corona’s threat

New Delhi| In view of the ever-increasing threat of Corona in the country, the Election Commission has banned any kind of victory procession after the results of the assembly elections of five states on May 2. Violation of this will lead to strict action against the candidate and the political party. Not more than two people can be present with the candidate while winning the certificate of victory. The Election Commission has issued instructions in this regard on Tuesday. Actually, corona cases are increasing continuously in the country. Now more than three and a half lakh infection cases are coming up every day. During a hearing, the Madras High Court had recently held the Election Commission responsible for the growing cases of Corona, saying that a case of murder should be registered for this. On the very next day of the Madras High Court’s strictness, the Election Commission has directed to ban the victory procession. West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, The results of the Assam and Puducherry assembly elections will be announced on May 2. Thus, after the counting of votes, no political party will be able to take out the procession.

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