EC bars manifesto release 48 hours before vote day
The Election Commission (EC) here on Saturday banned ideological groups from discharging decision pronouncements over the most recent 48 hours of the casting a ballot day in the multi-stage Lok Sabha races.
The mandate has come a long time before the Lok Sabha races, which would be held in seven stages in April and May.
The corrected model set of accepted rules, discharged by the Election Commission, read: “if there should arise an occurrence of multi-stage races, statement will not be discharged amid the prohibitory periods, as endorsed under Section 126 of the RP Act of the considerable number of periods of those races.”
If there should arise an occurrence of single stage decision, pronouncement will not be discharged amid the prohibitory period.
According to Section 126 of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, crusading is restricted amid the 48-hour time span before the casting a ballot day.