Rallies for Punjab Assembly Elections: 59 places marked in Amritsar; in 27 cities and 32 villages; Permission can be obtained after January 15

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The Election Commission of India has banned rallies till January 15, announcing the 2022 Punjab Assembly elections. But after January 15, the commission can give permission to hold rallies, street meetings and meetings. At present, candidates are allowed to campaign online and door to door only. During this also he should not have more than 5 supporters with him.

At the same time, the Election Commission has identified 59 places in Amritsar itself, where rallies can be held. Of these, 27 cities have 32 rural areas. Except a stadium, the capacity of any place is not more than 100 to 20 thousand. The Shaheed Mewa Singh Stadium in Rajasansi has a capacity of 1 lakh.

These places have been marked, but not everyone can decorate their stage here. It will be necessary to take permission to rally here. The Election Commission has selected the venues, but has not clarified when the permission for these rallies will be given.

3 rules for permission too

If any political party or candidate has to rally, then the permission of the concerned department or the owner of the concerned place will also have to be attached with the application paper.

Permission for rally at selected places will be given by the Returning Officer.

It is necessary to follow the Kovid rules.

In which assembly constituency, how many places are allowed

The venues for the rallies have been earmarked according to the assembly circles in Amritsar. 7 in Ajnala area of ​​Amritsar, 3 in Rajasansi, 3 in Majitha 7 in Jandiala, 3 in Amritsar North, 8 in Amritsar West, 7 in Amritsar Central, 5 in Amritsar South, 4 in East, 5 in Attari and also in Baba Bakala Sahib 5 places have been set.


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