Lucknow Police Commissioner DK Thakur said that this FIR has been registered at Gautampalli police station in connection with the violation of Kovid in the SP office.
On Friday, several MLAs, including Swami Prasad Maurya, who resigned from the post of Labor and Employment Minister of Uttar Pradesh government Programs to join Samajwadi Party (SP) On the instructions of the Election Commission, an FIR has been registered against 2500 unknown SP workers under the relevant sections in the case of violation of the norms of Kovid-19 by a large gathering in the state. Lucknow Police Commissioner DK Thakur told that this FIR has been registered at Gautampalli police station in connection with the violation of Kovid in the SP office. 188 (violation of instructions), 269 (spreading infection of disease), 270 (endangering the life of others by spreading infection) and 341 (wrongful restraint of any person) apart from the Disaster Management Act and the Epidemic Act, the police registered an FIR. The sub-inspector has alleged in the Tahrir that on Friday, two to two and a half thousand SP workers blocked the road by parking haphazardly vehicles on Vikramaditya Marg around the SP headquarters and illegally gathered in the SP office.
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It has also been said in the Tahrir that the activists were persuaded to clear the crowd with loudspeakers and to remove the vehicles from the people but it did not have any effect on them. He has alleged violation of the election code of conduct and the rules of Kovid. Administrative sources said that hundreds of workers were seen in the Samajwadi Party office, most of them without masks. Violation took place and it was investigated and after that the police have registered a case.
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When asked about the action taken in the matter, Lucknow District Magistrate Abhishek Prakash told PTI-language, ‘action is being taken under the law’. States have banned public rallies, road shows and gatherings till January 15. The commission has banned public rallies and gatherings, listing 16-point guidelines for campaigning and asking campaigners for door-to-door campaigning. The number of teams was limited to five including candidates. On Friday, apart from Maurya, other leaders also took membership of the SP.