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Thursday, February 11, 2021

ELECTION PSO-5 FORM NAMUNO

ELECTION PSO-5 FORM NAMUNO



As the name suggests, when an elected candidate to either the State Assembly, Rajya Sabha, or Lok Sabha leaves the office vacant before their term ends, a by-election is conducted to find a suitable replacement to fill the vacant position. It is often referred to in India as Bypolls.


Common reasons for by-elections :

Sitting MLA resigns once he gets elected as MP.
Sitting MLA or MP died.
But other reasons occur when the incumbent becomes ineligible to continue in office (criminal conviction, or failure to maintain a minimum attendance in the office or due to election irregularities found later. Also, when a candidate has won more than one seat, they have to vacate one .) Also, the election commission maintains the election of India.

Rajya Sabha (Upper House) Elections Edit
Main article: Rajya Sabha
The Rajya Sabha, also known as the Council of States, is the upper house of India's Parliament. Candidates are not elected directly by the citizens, but by the Members of Legislative Assemblies and up to 12 can be nominated by the President of India for their contributions to art, literature, science, and social services. Members of the Parliament in Rajya Sabha get a tenure of six years, with one-third of the body facing re-election every two years. Rajya Sabha acts as a second-level review body before a bill becomes an act.[11]

The Vice President of India is the ex-officio Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, who presides over its sessions.


The Legislative proposals (making new laws, removing or appending new conditions to the existing law) are brought before either house of the Parliament in the form of a bill. A bill is the draft of a legislative proposal, which, when passed by both houses of Parliament (Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha) and assented to by the President, becomes an Act of Parliament.

The Election Commission (EC) is a constitutional body that governs the electoral process in India. Elections to the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, State Legislative Assemblies and the President and Vice-President come under the purview of the Office Election Commission.

To curb the channelization of black money through political means, the commission has decided to strike more than 400 parties from the 'income tax exemption on contributions and donations' list.

There are about 1900 political parties in India but never fought more than 400 elections. The commission suspected these parties of having a role in laundering black money.

The Commission functions under Article 324 of the Constitution of India. Under the Election Commission Act, 1993, it is established by three members, the Chief Election Commissioner and two other Election Commissioners.

The Chief Election Commissioner of India is Syed Naseem Ahmed Zaidi. Achalkumar Jyoti and Om Prakash Rawat are the Election Commissioners of India.

These. The code of conduct regarding these elections will be implemented with immediate effect in the respective constituencies. Please see the details on the Commission's website at the following link: https://eci.gov.in/files/file/4070-biennial-bye-eferences-to-the-legizzive-cou login s-from-cou login- constituferences-by - Graduates% E2% 80% 99-and-teachers% E2% 80% 99-and-local-officials% E2% 80% 99-constituency-% E2% 80% 93-mcc-suggestions-% E2% 80% 93 -Related /

All. Compliance with comprehensive guidelines during the election process for all individuals: -

Everyone will wear a face mask during every election related activity
At the entrance of the hall / room / space used for election purpose:
(A) Thermal scanning of all persons will be carried out:
(B) Sanitizer shall be made available at all places
Social distance will be maintained as per the existing COVID-19 guidelines of the State Government. And the Ministry of the Interior.
Large barriers will be identified as far as practical is concerned and will be used to ensure social distance standards.
Adequate vehicles will be collected for the movement of polling personnel, security personnel to ensure compliance with COVID-19 guidelines.
CO. In order to follow the strict guidelines in conducting elections during COVID-1, please refer to the guidelines available on the Commission's website at the link website: - https://eci.gov.in/files/file/12167-broad-Guide-Information -General-Election-By-Election-During-Covid-19 /.

 
All. Compliance with comprehensive guidelines for the entire election process for all individuals: -

Everyone will wear a face mask during every election related activity
At the entrance of the hall / room / space used for election purpose:
Thermal scanning of all individuals will be carried out:
Sanitizers will be made available in all locations
Social distance will be maintained as per the existing COVID-19 guidelines of the State Government. And the Ministry of the Interior.
The. The Chief Secretary, Gujarat is being instructed to appoint a senior officer of the state to ensure that the CoVID. - 1 The existing instructions on containment measures are followed, while arrangements are made to hold these by-elections.

Further. Apart from this, the Commission has also appointed the Chief Electoral Officer, Gujarat as an observer for these elections.

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