Road displays and bike rallies are prohibited during council elections.

Election Commission of India has published revised guidelines for candidates, political parties, and organizers of public meetings . Campaigning between 8 p.m.

Dharwad: The Election Commission of India (ECI) has published revised guidelines for candidates, political parties, and the organizers of public meetings during the election to the legislative council, which takes place on June 13.The ban on road shows, padayatras, bicycle rallys, and procesions will remain the same as it was before, as per the ECI plan.The maximum number of participants allowed to campaign door to door will be kept at 20.Campaigning between 8 p.m. and 8 p.m. has been slashed, and the number of participants in indoor outdoor meetings rallies will be limited to 50% of the indoor hall capacity and 30% of open ground capacity, as determined by the district election officer (DEO) or as required by social distancing requirements, whichever is the lesser.

People should be accommodated in appropriate groups during designated open ground meetings, and such groups should be separated.According to the ECI, organisers will be held accountable for any contravention of Covid's rules and procedures.According to the ECI, district magistrates will designate nodal officers to monitor the vendors' activities and ensure compliance with the regulations.Surrender weaponsUnder the supervision of an elected official and deputy commissioner Gurudatt Hegde has issued orders encouraging licenced weapon owners to depost their weapons at the police station in their area until the election process is finished.He said that gun owners can reclaim their firearms one week after the election process has concluded.