Bengaluru: The Karnataka government decided to postpone the state elections to Zilla and Taluq in the wake of the growing cases of coronavirus. Bengaluru: After talks with authorities and experts, the State Government decided to postpone the election and to appoint Raj Rural Development Minister and Panchayat Minister K S Eshwarappa to appoint a Zilla and Taluq Panchayat administration. Read – 10 people in Delhi succeed in Covid-19 every hour.
He added that there will be over 3.5 crore people in the elections. Therefore, the same is decided at the Cabinet meeting and the decision is sent to the Committee of Election. Trains usually operate: Trains Indigenous Railways Amid Covid Surge Read – There’s no panic, too.
In addition, the celebration of Dropadi Karaga Shakthyothsava was also cancelled as the number of Covid 19 cases increased in Bengaluru. Read more-Odisha covers all urban areas from 24 April
He said that the officials agree that polls for ZPs and TPs should be postponed due to Covid-19’s current status.
175 TPs and 30 ZPs were last elected in 2016. In December last year elections in Karnataka took place at a rate of 5.762 grammes of panchayats following an SEC decision of the High Court of Karnataka.
Lockdown-like restrictions expected: On the other hand, Governor Vajubhai Vala Karnataka will meet on Tuesday with all parties to revisit the status of the COVID in the state, while a decision on the imposition of additional restrictions is anticipated in the meeting.