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Details of election expenses will have to be given within 15 days of counting in Siwan

Details of election expenses will have to be given within 15 days of counting in Siwan

Details of election expenses will have to be given within 15 days of counting in Siwan

Preparation for the three-tier panchayat elections in the district is in the final phase. Guidelines are being given by the Bihar Election Commission to conduct the elections peacefully and fairly.

It has been said by the commission that it will be mandatory to prepare the full details of election expenses and submit them to the returning officer within 15 days of the counting of votes.

Details of election expenses will have to be given within 15 days of counting in Siwan

Preparation for the three-tier panchayat elections in the district is in the final phase. Guidelines are being given by the Bihar Election Commission to conduct the elections peacefully and fairly.

It has been said by the commission that it will be mandatory to prepare the full details of election expenses and submit them to the returning officer within 15 days of the counting of votes.

If any candidate fails to do so, he/she will be debarred from being a candidate in the next election.

On the other hand, if any candidate is found guilty of spending more than the prescribed limit, then action will be taken against him by the Election Commission.

Chief candidates will be able to spend up to 40 thousand:

Given the Panchayat elections, the expenditure limit of the candidates for various posts has also been fixed by the State Election Commission.

Guidelines have also been issued regarding how much the candidate for which post has to spend in the election.

According to the guidelines issued by the commission, candidates of Zilla Parishad members can spend up to a maximum of one lakh in elections.

Similarly, the expenditure limit for the candidates for the post of head and sarpanch of Gram Panchayat has been fixed.

The candidates of Panchayat Samiti have been allowed to spend Rs 30,000 and the candidates of Panch and Ward members Rs 20,000.

The commission has also made it clear that the details of all the expenditure involved in the election will have to be kept during the period of the date of nomination and the date of declaration of result.

Candidates will be able to campaign by bullock cart and horse cart:

With the rumblings of Panchayat elections, the candidates who are trying their luck in the field have started devising a strategy for the campaign.

In such a situation, the candidates who want to campaign by rickshaw, bullock cart and horse cart will also be allowed to campaign.

It is to be known that the State Election Commission has also issued guidelines regarding permission to use vehicles in Panchayat elections.

For the election of Panchayat, the commission will give only one mechanical two-wheeler for the election campaign to the member of the Gram Panchayat and the candidate of the Panch of the village court, two mechanical two-wheelers and a light motor vehicle to the candidate for the posts of the head, sarpanch and member of the Panchayat Samiti.

Permission has been given to use a maximum of four two-wheelers or two light vehicles and one light motor vehicle for the post of Zilla Parishad member.

What are you responsible for:

The preparations for the Panchayat elections are in the final stages. In the second phase, polling is to be held in Sadar block.

At the same time, the instructions of the commission are being followed in letter and spirit to conduct the elections peacefully and fairly.

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AUTHORDeepa Chandravanshi

Deepa Chandravanshi is the founder of The Magadha Times & Chandravanshi. Deepa Chandravanshi is a writer, Social Activist & Political Commentator.

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