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Lok Sabha Elections: Rules of Conduct – What are the obstacles?

The term of the Lok Sabha ends on June 16. Following this, the electoral authorities are planning to hold the 18th Lok Sabha elections for this purpose. Accordingly, the Lok Sabha elections in 2024 will be announced in the assembly elections of four states (Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, Sikkim) in the Vilavankodu assembly seat in Tamil Nadu.
Here’s what Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar told reporters about the election process and ethics:

“All necessary facilities will be provided in the polling station. You can contact on social networks. But don’t spread fake news. Strict action will be taken against those who oppose the society. The distribution of money, goods and alcohol will be investigated. Strict action will be taken if money is given for elections.

Actions will be taken to minimize violence during elections as much as possible. Airplanes will check state borders. It will also be monitored by checkpoints across the country. Arrangements will be made for the application to know the details of the candidates. The enforcement department and the tax department will investigate the financial transactions. Banks are prohibited from carrying money in cars after sunset. Digital currency transactions are closely monitored. Political parties must protect their dignity in social networks. Star spokesmen for the ruling party should be respectfully closed. Do not engage in religious or personal criticism in the media. Don’t try to make ads look like verified information. Children and people with disabilities should not participate in election campaigns.

Various restrictions are imposed on members and candidates following the enactment of the Code of Conduct



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