January 19, 2022

Assembly Election 2021 Covid 19 Vaccine On Poll Duty: All Personnel On Poll Duty To Get Corona Vaccine Says Ec – Assembly Election 2021: Corona Vaccine To Be Employed On Election Duty


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The Union Health Ministry has declared every worker on electoral duty to be an advance front worker for the purpose of vaccination.

Sunil Arora, Chief Election Commissioner, India
– Photo: ANI

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The elections have been held in five states including West Bengal. The Election Commission announced the election dates at a press conference on 26 February. The voting process will begin from March 27 in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala and Union Territory of Puducherry, which has become a question for the BJP and will be completed in different phases by April 29. After counting of votes on May 2, it will be clear that who wins the first elections in 2021.

Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora gave many important information while talking to the media in Delhi. Amidst the rapidly growing corona cases in the country, it was clarified that every employee on electoral duty would be vaccinated by Kovid-19. The Union Health Ministry has declared every worker on electoral duty to be an advance front worker for the purpose of vaccination. Keeping in view the Corona guidelines, an additional time of one hour will be given for voting. Webcasting will be in place in polling booths in sensitive areas and the appropriate number of central forces will be deployed. Online nominations will also be provided in the five assembly elections. The house-to-house campaign shall consist of not more than five persons including a candidate. No more than five trains will be allowed in the roadshow. Earlier, the Bihar Assembly elections were held during the Corona transition period.

A total of 824 assembly constituencies, including four states and Union Territory of Puducherry, will be voting in different phases and during this time a total of 18.68 crore voters will be able to vote at 2.7 lakh polling stations. Voting will be held in eight phases from March 27 to April 29 in West Bengal, while in Assam in three phases between March 27 and April 6. Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry will go to polls in a phase on April 6. On March 27, in 30 assembly seats in five districts of the state under the first phase in West Bengal, on April 27, 30 assembly seats in four districts under the second phase, April 31 in the third phase, six seats in the fourth phase, five under the fourth phase April 10 on 44 seats of districts, April 17 on 45 seats in six districts under fifth phase, April 22 on 43 seats in four districts under sixth phase, April 26 in 36 seats in five districts under seventh phase and eighth phase. Under 35 seats in four districts will be voted on 29 April.

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The elections have been held in five states including West Bengal. The Election Commission announced the election dates at a press conference on 26 February. The voting process will begin from March 27 in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala and Union Territory of Puducherry, which has become a question for the BJP and will be completed in different phases by April 29. After counting of votes on May 2, it will be clear that who wins the first elections in 2021.

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