Ban political ads in digitat print media 48 hours before elections EC

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Read more about Ban political ads in digital, print media 48 hours before elections: EC on Business Standard. The move comes ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, in which EC is bringing in new strategies to conduct fair polls

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Ban political ads in digital print media 48 hours before elections: EC The move comes ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in which EC is bringing in new strategies to conduct fair polls So as to guarantee reasonable and fair decisions The Election Commission EC on Tuesday solicited Law Ministry from India to boycott a wide range of discretionary crusade and promotions 48 hours before casting a ballot begins as indicated by media reports. To acquire the change Section 126 of the Representation of

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People Act would need to be altered. The Act presently bans just electronic media from airing political commercials in the previously mentioned quiet period amid races. "Incorporation of print media inside the ambit of segment 1261b of the Representation of the People Act 1951 and issue of web based campaigning to advance or preference the appointive prospects of a gathering/competitor via web-based networking media amid the most recent 48 hours before finish of surveying will...be examined" an EC proclamation on the motivation to be talked about said a week ago. The advance happens to the up and coming Lok Sabha races in which EC is getting new systems to gather information. In 2016 the EC had asked the legislature to correct the appointive law to bar political commercials in papers 48 hours before the day of surveying on the lines of the confinement on electronic media.

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