In view of the next year’s assembly elections in five states including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, a big announcement can be made on Monday i.e. today (December 27). An important meeting of the Health Ministry and the Election Commission going to held regarding the elections. According to media reports, the current situation of Corona for the assembly elections will be discussed in the meeting.
Can the assembly elections postponed due to the threat of Corona?
Can the assembly elections postponed due to the threat of Corona? This is a question in the minds of many people, but the indications are coming from the Election Commission, it seems that the elections will not be postponed. They will be in due course.
Sitaram Yechury raised questions
At the same time, a day before the meeting, Communist Party of India general secretary Sitaram Yechury raised questions on the intention of the central government. The CPI(M) general secretary on Sunday asked the ruling BJP to postpone the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. Trying to use the rising cases of Kovid-19 as an excuse. Because he is facing defeat in the elections.
Allahabad High Court demands suspension of election commission
Addressing an event to mark the birth centenary celebrations of the eminent communist leader of Assam Nandeshwar Talukr. Yechury said the Allahabad High Court has requested the Election Commission to hold the 2022 Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections as an omicron form of COVID-19. Consider postponing due to increasing cases of
However, the CPI(M) leader did not explain how the High Court’s request was tantamount to the ruling BJP’s demand to postpone the elections. The former MP asked, ‘ there no Kovid-19 when the Kashi-Viswanath corridor inaugurated?’
‘BJP fears defeat in UP’
“The truth is that the BJP afraid that it defeated in Uttar Pradesh and does not want to face it,” he said. Also accused of using government agencies like (ED) to pacify political opponents.