According to the instructions of the commission, no more than 100 people will take part in the election meeting

The high-powered party of the Election Commission of India has instructed the Bihar Assembly General Election, 2020 that no more than one hundred people will participate in the election rally. No processing should be done without a mask. Central and state government guidelines on corona should be followed at every level. Deputy Election Commissioner Chandrabhushan Kumar and Deputy Election Commissioner Sudip Jain, who are part of the high-level team of the commission, held a meeting with the district election officers and district police superintendents of Bhagalpur and Bodhgaya 19 districts on Tuesday for a two-day visit. Later in the evening, he returned to Patna and had a high level meeting with Bihar Chief Secretary Deepak Kumar and Principal Secretaries / Secretaries of various departments in the auditorium at the Chief Secretariat.

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The commission appeared satisfied with the administration’s preparations

At the meeting, the commission expressed satisfaction over the election preparations in Corona on behalf of the local administration. Commission officials said Corona’s challenges in preparing for the election were being understood by the administration during the two-day visit. At the meeting, Principal Secretary of the Department of Health Supriya Amrit said that arrangements have been made to operate the necessary kits for the rescue of corona for Moscow, sanitizers and election workers.

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Emphasis on the availability of adequate electoral staff

According to sources, the meeting also emphasized on ensuring the availability of adequate electoral staff for the elections. The commission has already agreed to include women and contractors in the selection process. The meeting was directed to take action against anti-social elements of Tamil and pending warrants in the run-up to the elections.


The meeting was attended by Additional Chief Secretary of Home Department Amir Shamatani, Director General of Police Gupteswar Pandey, Principal Secretary of Finance Department, Dr S Siddharth, Principal Secretary of Health Department, Pratya Amrit, Chief Electoral Officer, Bihar HR Srinivas, Secretary of Transport Department Sanjay Agarwal. Officers were involved.

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