The Election Commission has put a ban on the distribution of gifts, including money, household utensils, sarees, and free coupons during the upcoming Assembly elections. Belagavi Deputy Commissioner Nitesh Patil has issued a stern warning that strict legal action will be taken against anyone found distributing such gifts or hosting parties to influence voters.
In a meeting held on March 13th at Belagavi, Patil presided over representatives from all recognized political parties and election officials from the assembly constituencies. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the upcoming Assembly elections in 2023 and the importance of maintaining a fair and transparent election process.
It is crucial that all political parties and their representatives adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Election Commission. The distribution of gifts and free coupons can be seen as an attempt to bribe voters and influence their decision-making process. This is a serious offense and will not be tolerated.
It is imperative that all political parties adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Election Commission of India in the aftermath of the assembly elections. The Election Commissioner has issued strict measures to prevent the bribery of voters during elections, and monitoring efforts have been implemented throughout the district.
It is important to note that no gifts, including money, household items, or clothing, can be distributed during the election period. Deputy Commissioner Patil has emphasized that any such items found will be confiscated, and a case will be registered against the offending party.
Additionally, parties, feasts, and plays cannot be arranged, and any form of coupon or free ticket distribution is strictly prohibited. These actions are considered to be attempts to lure voters, and as per the directives of the Election Commission, they will not be allowed.
It is crucial that all political parties understand and comply with these regulations to ensure a fair and just election process. The Election Commission of India is committed to upholding the integrity of the democratic process and will take necessary action against any party found in violation of these guidelines.
As responsible citizens, it is our duty to ensure that the election process is fair and transparent. Let us work together to uphold the integrity of our democracy and make sure that every vote counts.
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Good decision taken by the election commission to ban freebies, but is it not applicable on BJP candidates as i just saw your post displaying advertisement of ice cream coupons for school children. Such low level politics to influence children and it may even affect their health at this time when there are exams going on.