Surendran welcomes ban on victory celebrations; ‘Government must take strong action’ | Web News Observer

Surendran welcomes ban on victory celebrations; ‘Government must take strong action’

BJP responds to Election Commission order not to celebrate election victory The BJP has decided to celebrate the victory virtually. BJP general secretary Vijay Chugh said the BJP was sure of victory in Bengal and elsewhere and would limit the celebrations to virtual.

BJP national president JP Nada also welcomed the Election Commission’s restrictions on victory celebrations. Nadda said high-ranking officials should weigh in on the Madras High Court’s ruling that the Election Commission alone was responsible for the COVID-19 atrocities.

State BJP president K Surendran also welcomed the Election Commission’s decision. Surendran said the party workers have been directed not to gather on May 2 and the government should take strong action.


The Central Election Commission (CEC) has directed that no joyous demonstrations be held on May 2, the day of the election results. The decision comes after the Central Election Commission (CEC) said it would issue instructions to state chief secretaries and political parties in this regard.

The Madras High Court had criticized the Election Commission for being responsible for the second wave of COVID-19. The High Court had also criticized that you should be charged with murder.

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