News Desk, Amar Ujala, UP

Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Saturday, 15 January 2022 09:37 PM IST

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The notice said that the Election Commission had decided to give the Samajwadi Party an opportunity to explain its position on the matter after considering the available material and current suggestions in the matter.

On January 14, people gathered at the SP office
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Violation of the corona protocol made it difficult for the Socialist Party. The Election Commission has issued notices to the SP to hold a public meeting in the name of a virtual rally at the Lucknow office on Saturday. Referring to the incident on Friday, the notice said that the Election Commission had decided to give the Samajwadi Party an opportunity to explain its position on the matter after considering the available facts and current suggestions in the matter.

The notice sent to the SP General Secretary stated that your resolution should reach the Commission within 24 hours of receipt of this notice. If not, the Commission will take an appropriate decision in this regard. Uttar Pradesh will go to the polls in seven phases from February 10 to March 7. Currently, public meetings and rallies are banned in view of the epidemic.

Troops and crowds stormed the SP office

Troops launched an attack on the Samajwadi Party office on Saturday. The crowds were evacuated and nearby shops were closed for a while. The Gautampally police station was suspended on Friday as people gathered at the SP office. Police were fully active in the area on Saturday under similar circumstances. Since morning, the police team has been standing at the office urging people to follow the Kovid protocol. Meanwhile, a notice of non-compliance with the Kovid rules was also pasted at the SP office gate. Leaders gathered at the gate were appealed not to stand in one place. Nearby shops were also closed as the congestion increased to one o’clock in the afternoon. But, despite all the vigilance and appeal, people kept gathering at the gate intermittently.

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Violation of the corona protocol made it difficult for the Socialist Party. The Election Commission has issued notices to the SP to hold a public meeting in the name of a virtual rally at the Lucknow office on Saturday. Referring to the incident on Friday, the notice said that the Election Commission had decided to give the Samajwadi Party an opportunity to explain its position on the matter after considering the available facts and current suggestions in the matter.

The notice sent to the SP General Secretary stated that your resolution should reach the Commission within 24 hours of receipt of this notice. If not, the Commission will take an appropriate decision in this regard. Uttar Pradesh will go to the polls in seven phases from February 10 to March 7. Currently, public meetings and rallies are banned in view of the epidemic.

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