Bihar election’s bugle, voting to be held in three phases, results will be out on November 10

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The Central Election Commission has announced the schedule for the Bihar Assembly Election 2020 Date, Schedule. This time, the elections will be held in 3 phases and the election results will come on 10 November. In these elections, candidates will be able to use maximum 5 vehicles for campaigning.

The Central Election Commission has announced the schedule for the Bihar Legislative Assembly elections. This time the election will be in three stages. Candidates will be able to use maximum 5 vehicles in the election.

Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sunil Arora said that more than 70 countries in the world have postponed elections in their countries because of Corona infection. But it is a democratic weapon of the people. So we will not postpone it. The session of Bihar Legislative Assembly is ending on 29 November.

He said that assembly elections will be held in three phases in Bihar. In the first phase, voting will be held in 71 seats, voting will take place in 16 districts and there will be 31 thousand polling stations in it. In the second phase, voting will be done on 94 seats and voting will be done in 17 districts. There will be 42 thousand polling stations in this phase. Polling will be held in 78 seats in the third phase. In this phase, voting will be done in 15 districts. It will include 33.5 thousand polling stations.

The CEC said that the notification for the first phase will be released on 1 November. The last date for nomination will be October 8 and the last date for withdrawal of nominations will be on October 12. Voting for this phase will be held on October 28. In the second phase, the last date for nomination will be 16 October and votes will be cast on 3 November. The third phase of voting will take place on 7 November. The counting of the three phases will be done on 10 November.

He said that tainted leaders will have to give their information in the media. Candidates will have to make the information about the criminal case registered on them public. With this, the code of conduct has also come into force in Bihar today. He said that this will be the biggest and first election in the Corona era. There are a total of 243 seats, of which 38 seats are reserved for SC and 2 seats for ST.

In the Bihar Legislative Assembly elections, there will be 1 thousand votes at each booth. Elections will be held under the new security standards. With this, the number of voters at the polling booth will also be reduced.

He said that the voter list was declared on 7 February 2020. 46 lakh masks and 6 PPE kits will be used in these elections. 7 lakh sanitizers will be used. This time the number of voters at the polling booth has been reduced. There will be only one thousand voters at a polling booth.

23 lakh hand gloves, 6 lakh face shield will be used in these elections. The total electorate in Bihar is 7.79 crore, of which women voters are 3.39 crore. A total of 1.89 lakh ballot units will be sent to EVM Bihar for the election .. This time the voting time has been extended. The election will start from 7 am to 6 pm.

The Chief Election Commissioner said that at the last time of voting, corona infected patients will also be able to cast their votes. In any case, more than 5 people will not be able to campaign at home. There will be no more than two vehicles in the nomination and the entire election campaign will be virtual.

He said that this time nominations can be filled online and offline. More than one lakh polling stations are being built in Bihar for elections.

This country took legal action on Facebook and Twitter, this is the reason

Puttipong has said that the ministry will ask Facebook, Twitter and Google to remove over 3,000 content from their platforms for content ranging from pornography to criticism of the monarchy. In this case, Twitter has refused to comment, while Facebook and Google have not responded to requests to comment.

Thailand starts legal action on Facebook and Twitter

Companies did not follow orders

There is a matter of removing content related to contempt

Thailand has started legal action against social media celebs Facebook and Twitter on Thursday. The country has taken this step after ignoring requests to remove contemptible content.

Digital minister Puttipong Punnakanta said that after the expiry of the 15-day deadline to fully comply with the orders issued by the court on 27 August, the digital ministry has filed legal complaints with the cybercrime police. He said, “No action was taken against Google as it removed all the YouTube videos specified in the court’s order on Wednesday.”

He told reporters, “This is the first time we are using the Computer Crime Act to take action against platforms for not following the orders of the courts.”

Punnakanta further said, ‘Unless the companies send their representatives to negotiate or request, the police can pursue criminal cases against them. But if they do so and admit wrongdoing, then we can end the case by imposing a fine. ‘

But the reason was not given …

Although Puttipong has not disclosed the details of the content, neither has it stated which laws have violated the content. All he has said is that the complaints were against American parent companies and their Thai subsidiaries.

Puttipong has said that the ministry will ask Facebook, Twitter and Google to remove over 3,000 content from their platforms for content ranging from pornography to criticism of the monarchy. In this case, Twitter has refused to comment, while Facebook and Google have not responded to requests to comment. Explain that treason is a strict law in Thailand which prohibits insulting the monarchy. In addition, computer crime act is imposed on uploading information that is false or affects national security. It is also used to prosecute the online criticism of the royal family.

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