Election Commission’s big decision: If such a mistake is made in the Lok Sabha, action will be taken against the officers, know what things have been banned

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Election Commission’s big decision: If such a mistake is made in the Lok Sabha, action will be taken against the officers, know what things have been banned

Election Commission:The Election Commission has taken strict action regarding the use of children in election rallies. The Election Commission said that election officials should stop children from distributing pamphlets and raising slogans in election rallies, otherwise action will be taken against them. On the instructions of the Election Commission, the Chief Electoral Officer is writing letters to the collectors of all the districts.

The Election Commission has clearly said that children should be kept away from election programmes. Also all political parties have been advised not to use children in election campaigning. It will be the responsibility of the election officer to stop this. Action will be taken against the commission officer who violates this.

The Election Commission issued instructions in which it was written that parties will not be able to use children in election posters, distribution of pamphlets or election programs, sloganeering, campaign rallies, election meetings etc. The Election Commission has zero tolerance for political use of children in elections.

There is no problem in the presence of the child with the parents.
The Commission has also banned children from running political campaigns in any way through poetry, songs, spoken words, displaying symbols of political parties, candidates, demonstrating ideology through words or criticizing them. However, the Commission has said that the presence of a child with his/her parents will not be considered a violation of the guidelines.

The commission mentioned an old case
The Commission has also clarified the situation regarding Child Labor Act 1986. In the instructions issued by the Commission, the Mumbai High Court also referred to PIL No. 127 of 2012 (Chetan Ramlal Bhutada vs. State of Maharashtra and others) dated 4 August 2014 and said that political parties should not allow the participation of minor children in any election related activity. Don’t give.

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