Elections postponed on two seats in Bengal, one seat in Odisha, Election Commission decided due to corona epidemic
National Desk: Corona infection is spreading rapidly in the country. In such a situation, the Election Commission has decided to hold two assembly seats in Bengal and one seat in Odisha. Let us tell you that elections were held in 292 seats out of 294 assembly seats. One assembly seat in Orissa is vacant, for which assembly elections are to be held.
It is noteworthy that last month, the Madras High Court had made a strong comment on the Election Commission, saying that at the time of the Corona epidemic, the Election Commission was on another planet. The elections did not follow the Kovid protocol. The High Court had also directed the Election Commission to file an FIR.
It is noteworthy that recently elections were held for four states and one union territory. The results of which were announced on Sunday. Corona rules were fiercely torn down in electoral states.