Lok Sabha Election : What are the important rules in the code of conduct ?

Lok Sabha Election : The Election Commission announced the dates of the Lok Sabha elections, scheduling voting in seven phases across the country. The Model Code of Conduct takes effect from the date of election. Upon implementation, the code of conduct notably prohibits many activities and practices. Violations of the code of conduct face action.

Chief Election Commissioner Rajeev Kumar announced the elections today. A model code of conduct will be applicable for these elections. The Central Election Commission held a press conference today. In this, he received detailed information about the elections in the country. What is the maximum amount a candidate can spend in this Lok Sabha election? What should observed in the code of conduct ? Let’s take a look at the important rules in the code of conduct.

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Today, the Election Commission announced the dates for the state assembly elections of Odisha, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, and Andhra Pradesh along with the Lok Sabha elections. Today, the Election Commission announced the implementation of a code of conduct across the country.

The Election Commission has laid down some rules to ensure free and fair elections across the country. They call these rules the code of conduct. Lok Sabha or Vidhan Sabha elections, it is mandatory for the government, leaders, and political parties to follow these rules.

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What are the important rules in the code of conduct

  • Don’t criticize on personal level in elections.
  • People should not make religious hate speech.
  • No candidate can threaten voters.
  • If you want to hold a campaign meeting, rally or procession, you need the prior permission of the police.
  • You have to work within the framework of the rules.
  • A candidate cannot ask for vote on the basis of religion, caste, creed.
  • People should refrain from taking any action that may cause tension.
  • If anyone uses children in propaganda, we will take strict action.
  • We will not tolerate spreading rumours or fake news.

The code of conduct prohibits these things

  • Public Inauguration, Bhoomi Pujan Off
  • We have closed the acceptance of new works.
  • They will not put up government work hoardings.
  • There are no political tours in constituencies
  • Government vehicles do not have sirens
  • The government will remove work hoardings.
  • Prime Minister, Chief Minister, Ministers in government buildings
  • Photos of political figures will not work.
  • Government cannot give advertisements in newspapers, electronic, and other media.
  • Keep yourself away from any bribery. Don’t take, don’t give.

These works will continue even after the implementation of the code of conduct

  • Pension work
  • Aadhaar card making
  • Preparation of caste certificate
  • Electricity and water works
  • Cleaning work
  • Seeking help regarding medical treatment
  • Road repair work
  • The ongoing project will stop.
  • By advancing the cause of the Code of Conduct