Election Guidelines for COVID Positive: Election dates have been announced in five states of the country. Elections will be held in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur. In such a situation, the question was arising that how those who are infected with Corona will be able to vote this time. The Election Commission has given the answer to this question. Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra said during the press conference that there would be facility of ballot paper voting for Kovid positive people. That is, infected patients will be able to cast their vote through ballot paper. Apart from Kovid patients, the commission has also given the facility of voting through postal ballot to senior citizens above 80 years of age and persons with disabilities.
Precautionary booster (booster) will be implemented for election people
The Election Commission said that all officers and employees engaged in election work will be considered as frontline work. He said that all the employees and officers of the Election Commission will be given a pre-constructive dose of corona virus. Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra talked about conducting elections in a safe manner. During this, he read on a lion, “If there is a way to be sure, then the lamp burns with the wind.”
So many voters are taking part in this election
Regarding the assembly elections of Goa, Punjab, Manipur, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh, Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra said that 18.34 crore voters, including service voters, will participate in this election, in which 8.55 crore are women voters.
Where in how many steps?
Voting will be held in seven phases in Uttar Pradesh (February 10 in the first phase, February 14 in the second phase, February 20 in the third, February 23 in the fourth, February 27 in the fifth, March 3 in the sixth and March 7 in the seventh phase. ). Uttarakhand, Punjab and Goa will go to polls in one phase (February 14), while Manipur will vote in two phases (the first phase on February 27 and the second phase on March 3). The counting of votes in all these five states will be held on March 10. That is, on March 10, the results will be declared in five states.