UP Elections 2022, Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav organized a rally in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, breaking the Kovid protocol. There was a crowd of thousands in this rally. Action has also been taken against all this that happened in Lucknow on Friday. According to the DM of Lucknow, the Model Code of Conduct and Kovid Protocol have been violated in the program of the Samajwadi Party.
SHO suspended of Gautampally area
An FIR has been registered against more than 2 thousand socialist workers under the Epidemic Act at Gautampalli police station in Lucknow on charges of organizing the rally. The FIR is currently against unknown people, not named. Not only this, action has also been taken against the police. The Election Commission has suspended the SHO of Gautampally area. Along with this, a reply has also been sought from the ACP of Lucknow.
Everyone came wearing masks – SP leader
Now the round of counter-attack between BJP and Samajwadi Party has also started on this matter. SP leader Naresh Uttam said, “This program was virtual. The Samajwadi Party had not called anyone. Had it been called then lakhs of people would have come. There is no violation of corona rules. Everyone came wearing masks.
FIR should be filed against CM Yogi- Swami
Not only this, Yogi was a minister in the cabinet and now Swami Prasad Maurya, who joined the Samajwadi Party, has invited Chief Minister to organize a Khichdi program in Gorakhpur. Yogi Adityanath Only took the target. He said, “First of all, a case should be filed against CM Yogi. Today in Gorakhpur, the Chief Minister was having khichdi with thousands of people. The Chief Minister is breaking the code of conduct.
BJP has also retaliated on Swamy’s allegations. Shahnawaz Hussain, a minister in the Bihar government, said, “Samajwadi Party is the name of breaking the law, red cap is a sign of that. If two or three people who changed the party have come, then what is the need to celebrate it. Completely broke the Corona guidelines.
EC will decide whether to extend or end the period of ban on rallies
In the midst of all this political rhetoric, one thing is clear that the rule of ban on rallies of the Election Commission has been broken in the event of Akhilesh Yadav and that is why the commission has also taken action against the officers. The Election Commission had banned rallies, road shows and bike-cycle rallies till January 15. Today the Election Commission is going to meet once again and will decide whether to extend or end the period of ban on rallies.