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Election Commission extends ban on public rallies and roadshows in five poll bound states till 22 January

Election Commission extends ban on public rallies and roadshows in five poll bound states till 22 January

EC granted a relaxation for the political parties to the extent that indoor meetings of maximum 300 persons or 50 percent of the capacity of the hall, or the prescribed limit set by state disaster management authorities

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New Delhi: Amid a surge in Covid-19 cases, the Election Commission on Saturday extended its ban on physical rallies and roadshows until 22 January, 2022, in the five poll-bound states.

The poll panel, however, granted a relaxation for the political parties to the extent that indoor meetings of maximum 300 persons or 50 percent of the capacity of the hall, or the prescribed limit set by state disaster management authorities, an official statement said.

The Commission also…

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