The Election Commission has made it more difficult for voters to cast their ballots. The commission said that if a party nominates such a person, on the basis of which criminal cases are pending, it should not only publish it three times in newspapers and on TV, but also have the person’s information on the party’s verified Twitter and Facebook accounts. Have to pay.
The commission made it clear that the party needed to explain why it chose a person with a criminal image. In this case, it is not just this person who will win, so he has been given a ticket. The commission said the party should be told how this tarnished candidate is better than other clean candidates.
After all, why no one with a clear record could get a ticket. The commission said the team would give this explanation and put it in its approved social media handle. The commission issued the directive because it is far from accessible on social media and the information it contains is permanent.
Anyone who cannot watch TV and newspapers can view this information on their mobile phones. Significantly, the commission has made it necessary to disclose the record of the crime following the Supreme Court order.
Do not leave any column of nomination paper blank
The commission has instructed the candidates that their nomination can be canceled by leaving no column blank in the nomination paper. The Commission said that if the column is blank, the Returning Officer will give a short notice to the candidate and if he fails to fill the column within this period, the Nomination Officer will have the right to cancel his nomination.