NEW DELHI: In view of the Election Commission‘s choice to ban victory processions on or after relying on May 2,
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will rejoice the day nearly.
Speaking to ANI, BJP General Secretary Tarun Chugh stated, “We are sure of winning the West Bengal elections. As a responsible party, we will celebrate the occasion but it will be according to the guideline of the Election Commission. We have always followed Covid-19 protocol during the election campaign in the five states and we will also follow this order and we will celebrate our win virtually with our karyakartas.”
Earlier as we speak, (BJP) nationwide President JP Nadda on Tuesday welcomed the Election Commission‘s choice to ban any type of victory processions or celebrations after the counting of votes on May 2, owing to the worsening Covid-19 disaster within the nation.
Taking to Twitter, Nadda stated that every one BJP staff are utilizing their energies to assist those in want on this hour of disaster. “I welcome the choice of the ECI banning celebrations and processions of electoral victories. I’ve directed all state models of BJP to strictly adhere to this choice. All karykartas of BJP are utilizing their energies to assist those in want on this hour of disaster,” he tweeted.
Due to the surge of Covid-19 instances, the Election Commission has banned all victory procession on May 2 or later.
“In view of the surge in Covid-19 cases throughout the country, the Commission has decided to make more stringent provision to be followed during the process of counting, in addition to exiting Broad Guidelines dated August 21, 2020, and has directed that no victory procession after the counting on May 2, 2021, shall be permissible,” the order issued by Election Commission reads.
It additional said that no more than two individuals shall be allowed to accompany the profitable candidate or his/her authorised consultant to obtain the certificates of election from the Returning Officer.
The counting of votes for 5 states—West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Assam and Puducherry— will happen on May 2.