There was a sudden jump in the recovery rate of Corona before the UP elections will you get permission to rally

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Will you get permission to rally?

Highlights

  • Recovery rate reached 150 percent in Noida and Ghaziabad adjacent to Delhi
  • The recovery rate in UP has increased by 5 percent to 79 percent.
  • On January 23, the Election Commission will review the situation in Corona

Assembly elections are going to be held in Uttar Pradesh. Today i.e. on January 19, the Samajwadi Party has got a big setback. Mulayam Singh Yadav’s younger daughter-in-law Aparna Yadav has joined the BJP. After joining BJP, Aparna met Yogi and JP Nadda. On the other hand, in view of the increasing cases of corona, the Election Commission had banned all such campaigns including rallies, street meetings, which can spread corona.

Before the elections in UP, such figures related to corona virus patients are coming out which can surprise anyone. The Election Commission had decided to conduct elections in seven phases in UP. In Noida and Ghaziabad adjacent to Delhi, the recovery rate is astonishing. Because in both these places about 150 percent has been reached. One can doubt the recovery taking place so fast, but with such a fast recovery rate, it can be estimated that the corona in these districts is moving towards the end.

Something similar is being seen in the whole of Uttar Pradesh as the recovery rate here has increased by 5 percent to 79 percent. Let us tell you, in five states including Uttar Pradesh, the Election Commission has extended the ban on the rally till January 22. Along with this, the commission had also directed the states to strictly follow the Kovid and Model Code of Conduct.

At the same time, with some conditions, the Election Commission had given some relaxation to the political parties. The commission had given relaxation to political parties for indoor meetings up to a maximum of 300 people or up to 50 percent of the recent capacity. Earlier, the Commission had imposed a ban on large rallies and road shows till January 15. Now the Election Commission will review the rallies on 23 January.

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