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The Allahabad High Court has rejected the PIL to postpone the panchayat elections because of Corona. The court has said that the code of conduct has been issued. In such a situation, there is no reason to postpone elections. The government will do everything possible to stop it.
In Uttar Pradesh, the Allahabad High Court has rejected the PIL filed seeking postponement of the panchayat elections in view of the Corona infection outbreak in the state. The court has said that the government has issued a code of conduct for election campaigning. The High Court has also issued instructions to take necessary steps on other PILs. All necessary steps will be taken regarding the epidemic.
The order was passed by a division bench of Chief Justice Govind Mathur and Justice SS Shamsheri on a PIL seeking adjournment of the panchayat elections. Necessary precautions will be taken to prevent the spread of corona infection. In such a situation, there is no basis for interfering with the PIL filed for postponement of elections.
HC on Tuesday advised the government to consider the night curfew
Earlier on Tuesday, Allahabad High Court passed a big order in view of the uncontrolled corona virus infection in the state. On Tuesday, Allahabad High Court directed the state government to consider the night curfew and decide the vaccination of all. Taking the spread of corona seriously, the High Court has asked the state government to ensure 100% mask.
The High Court said that the government has taken steps to stop the second wave of Corona, but government instructions are not being followed properly. Realizing his responsibility towards the guide line of Kovid-19, he has also appealed to the people of the state to fulfill it.
Instructions for strict compliance with government directives
High Court Allahabad has directed all the district collectors of the state to strictly follow the government instructions. This order has been given by a division bench of Chief Justice Govind Mathur and Justice Siddharth Verma while hearing the PIL in the Corona Transition case.
The Allahabad High Court has asked the state government to consider crowd control in late evening celebrations as well as imposing night curfew. The court has directed to maintain the availability of mask and sanitizer and also to take action on its disposal after use.