As soon as elections are announced in the five states of West Bengal, Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, the electoral code of conduct will come into force in these five states.
New Delhi: As soon as the assembly elections are announced in five states West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry, the code of conduct will be implemented. The code of conduct means that now all political parties have to follow many rules.
During the code of conduct, all parties will have to strictly follow every decision of the Election Commission. If the orders of the Election Commission are not followed, the commission will have the right to take action against the leaders concerned. Now in such a situation it becomes necessary to know what is this code of conduct? With its implementation, what instructions to political parties become effective.
What is a code of conduct
A code of conduct is a rule that all party leaders have to follow during elections. In fact, as soon as election dates are announced, guidelines are issued for politicians immediately. What to do and what not to do during the election process. The guideline issued by the Commission has to be followed not only by the candidates during their speeches but also in all kinds of electoral campaigning and even in their manifestos.
1- No candidate can try to lure voters in any way after the code of conduct is implemented. No candidate can talk of giving liquor or any type of bribe to his voters. He cannot even threaten a voter. If caught doing so, the Election Commission can take action on it.
2- No candidate can do such a thing which hurts religious or caste sense or is considered an attempt to provoke him. During this time, you cannot even use wrong language against anyone. No political party or leader can appeal to voters on the basis of their caste or religion.
3- During the election, the government car or government plane cannot be used for campaigning in any way. After the imposition of the code of conduct, any kind of government announcements, inaugurations, foundation stones or Bhoomipujan programs are banned.
4- If the parties have to hold a meeting or meeting, then for that also the local police of that area will have to give information about it and for this the permission of the concerned officer is also necessary.
5- Those voters who have valid pass through the Election Commission, only they can go inside the polling booth.
6- The Election Commission deploys an inspector outside every polling booth so that if there is any violation of the code of conduct, then it can be reported to them.
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