Rajya Sabha election postponed due to co Jaipur
Rajya Sabha election postponed due to corona virus...
Elections were to be held on 26 March, now new dates will be announced soon.
Coronavirus has also had an impact on the government process. The Rajya Sabha elections due on 26 March have been postponed. The Election Commission on Tuesday issued a postponement notification. It is noteworthy that elections were to be held in 18 seats in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya and Rajasthan, which have now been pushed forward.
The Election Commission will now announce new dates soon. Elections were to be held in three seats in Rajasthan. Two BJP and two Congress candidates were in the fray from here. The Congress has fielded KC Venugopal and Neeraj Dangi while the BJP has fielded Rajendra Gehlot and Omkar Singh Lakhawat.
It is worth mentioning that before the Rajya Sabha elections due to the fear of Corona, political turmoil was missing in the state. Neither the big leaders were visible nor the mob of activists behind them. The reason Corona virus. Most leaders and activists kept themselves in Isolation to avoid the risk of virus infection. Congress and BJP headquarters are closed. This is the first time since independence that the offices of two major political parties of the state have also been locked.
The state Congress office has also been locked under the threat of Corona virus infection. In view of the transition, activists and leaders have stopped coming to the party office. State President Sachin Pilot has also banned all activities in the party office. Information about this was passed on to party officials and activists.
In view of the danger of corona virus, the BJP had issued orders to keep all the offices of the districts including its state headquarters closed till Sunday. State President Satish Poonia said that all the officials have postponed the public hearing.
The workers have been appealed not to visit the state office or the BJP offices located in other districts for some time. For the purpose of public awareness against virus infection, Pooni interacted with about 10 thousand activists up to Mandal level. He said that the BJP has also appealed to people through social media to stay in their homes.