Jun 19 2021

Election Commission today announced voting dates for 5 states

Election Commission today announced voting dates for 5 states

The Election Commission will today report political race dates for Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal, Assam, and Puducherry. Races are expected in April-May. This is the principal significant arrangement of decisions to be held amidst a coronavirus pandemic after the Bihar political race.

 

Surveying is to be held for 294 seats in West Bengal, 234 seats in Tamil Nadu, 140 seats in Kerala, 126 seats in Assam, and 30 seats in the associated domain of Puducherry.

 

The Election Commission of India will hold a public interview today at 4:30 pm to report the timetable of decisions.

 

This is the principal significant arrangement of races to be held amidst a coronavirus pandemic after the Bihar political race.

 

As per the refreshed information by the Union Ministry of Health, more than 16,000 coronavirus cases were recorded for the second back-to-back day in India as the contamination expanded to 1,10,63,491, while recuperation expanded to 1,07,50,680. on Friday.

 

An aggregate of 16,577 contaminations was recorded in one day, while 120 new passings were accounted for to be 1,56,825, appeared at 8 am.

 

The information said that the number of dynamic cases expanded to 1,55,986, which is 1.41 percent of the absolute contaminations.

 

The quantity of individuals experiencing the sickness has expanded to 1,07,50,680, which converts into a public recuperation pace of 97.17 percent. The case casualty rate was 1.42 percent.

The BJP is additionally crusading forcefully to hold power in Assam, where it won without precedent for 2016, beating the Congress.

 

In the last round of surveys in these states in 2016, the Congress could win just Puducherry yet the gathering this week lost force in the Union Territory abutting Tamil Nadu after different abdications - a pattern seen in different states like Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka where Congress governments smashed as a result of surrenders.

 

In Kerala, it's an extraordinary fight for the decision Left-Led front and the Congress-drove resistance alliance. The electors have shifted back and forth between the two in past state decisions. The CPM desires to proceed with its benefits in the solitary state it rules after a triumph in the new nearby body races.

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