News Daily Digital Desk: From politicians to celebrities – Corona is not discounting anyone. This time, those who are responsible for the election in this extreme situation are also infected with the deadly virus. It was learned on Tuesday that Chief Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra was infected with COVID-19. Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar has also been caught by Corona. On April 13, Sushil Chandra took over as Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) as Sunil Arora’s successor. It is learned that the virus had taken root in his body at that time. That is why he understood his responsibility while sitting at home. On Tuesday, the Election Commission officially informed that Sunil Chandra’s corona was attacked. At the same time, Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar was also infected with the virus. Both are working from home. In Bengal, the remaining three points are still to be voted. Elections will be held on 22nd, 26th and 29th. In such a situation, the person in two important positions became infected with corona, which naturally increased the anxiety.
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Due to the horrors of Corona, the Trinamool has been repeatedly appealing for reduction of points. Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee has already petitioned the commission to hold the last two rounds of voting together. However, the commission had earlier said that the polls would be held as per the pre-arranged schedule. The killing virus is making new eyes all over the country. Thousands of lives are being lost every day. From the lack of hospital beds to the pull on the oxygen cylinders, all in all the situation is getting increasingly dire. In such a situation, the center is determined to speed up vaccination. At the same time, it has been informed that from May 1, everyone above the age of 18 will be vaccinated. On the same day, Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh directed that the Army Hospital should also be opened to the public. A total of 8 army hospitals have been directed to be opened in the country. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to Army Chief General MM Naravane, Defense Secretary and DRDO chief and asked them to offer available facilities and expertise to civilians during the # COVID19 crisis. (File photo) pic.twitter.com/YBGqb3ZOcC – ANI (@ANI) April 20, 2021