EM – BJP can hold virtual rallies amid the Omicron risk if needed: polls responsible

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COVID-19: BJP said it can hold virtual rallies if required before general elections

The BJP can hold virtual rallies if required due to stricter restrictions amid concerns about the proliferation of Omicron is, said a party polling officer.

Several states have already announced nightly curfews as COVID-19 cases continue to rise. Election rallies where social distancing is a problem are viewed as a matter of concern as elections are held months away in major states such as Uttar Pradesh and Punjab.

“The BJP is ready for a virtual rally. We also held virtual rallies before the (West) Bengal elections, “said Union Minister and BJP election chief Gajendra Singh Shekhawat today.

” During the pandemic, when all political parties in the world were in hibernation, BJPs were working -Employees and supporters even then on virtual platforms, “he said.

The electoral commission is in talks with the Union Health Minister and experts on how surveys can be carried out in view of the highly transferable Omicron risk.

” It is the job of the electoral commission to decide how, when and with what policy the elections will be held and what restrictions there will be. The electoral commission’s decision applies to all political parties, “said Shekhawat.

The electoral commission is expected to begin next month announce the dates for the elections in UP, Uttarakhand, Goa, Punjab and Manipur. Those who serve in the electoral service in the five states are considered front-line workers and can take a booster dose.

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India could see a spike in the COVID-19 growth rate in a matter of days and get caught in an intense but short-lived virus wave as the Omicron variant moves across the country, Bloomberg news agency reported citing an expert from the University of Cambridge today.

“It is likely that India will experience a period of explosive growth on a daily basis and that the intense period of growth will be relatively short,” said Paul Kattuman, professor at the Judge University of Cambridge Business School facing a COVID-19 India. has developed tracker, wrote in an email. “New infections will increase in a few days, possibly within this week,” he said, adding that it was difficult to predict how high the daily cases could be.

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