Election Commission took important decis Jaipur
Election Commission took important decision...
Legislature party meeting was called in the state office for training. Rajya Sabha elections were to be held for 3 seats in the state.
The Election Commission postponed the Rajya Sabha elections on Tuesday amid the backlash of the corona virus. Rajya Sabha elections were to be held for 3 seats in the state. All preparations were made by the Congress ,BJP for the election. The BJP had called its legislators to Jaipur and got the screening done, while full preparations were made by the Congress to decide the election strategy.
In the midst of the threat of infection, the BJP called its MLAs to the state office for training on Tuesday morning. However, all MLAs were screened before entering the office. Also, a form was also filled up that there is no fever of any kind in the 10 points of the form. The legislators were then allowed to enter by applying sanitization and masks. Legislators were called for training in small groups in terms of security. Other MLAs, including Leader of Opposition Gulabchand Kataria, BJP State President Satish Poonia and Deputy Leader Rajendra Rathore, reached the state headquarters office, but information came later that the Rajya Sabha election has been postponed. However, the Election Commission issued an order to postpone the elections after that. Kataria said that training was to be given in the state office for the Rajya Sabha elections, but the Election Commission deferred the Rajya Sabha elections.
The Congress also fielded four national secretaries Vivek Bansal, Qazi Nizamuddin, Taruna Kumar and Devendra Yadav due to electoral preparations. Apart from this, the state in-charge Avinash Pandey, Supervisor Randeep Surjewala and a minister from Chhattisgarh were given the responsibility of coordinating with the state legislators under the Rajya Sabha elections. Training was arranged for these legislatures. On March 25, there was a preparation for mac polling. Earlier, after the Election of India, the MLA met while resting on his constituency and government traffic after the Rajya Sabha elections were postponed in view of the rapid spread of corona. Most leaders and activists kept themselves in isolation to avoid the risk of infection.