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Varun Kumar Rai said:Sun, September 17, 2017, 10:02:02 pm

     The Election Commission of India is constitutionally established authority responsible for administering a the electoral process in the Republic of India. The officials in India gets elected at Different level, which are federal, state and local levels. The elctions are conducted according to the constitutional provisions, in the laws made by the Parliament.The major laws are Representation of the People Act, 1950. Representation of people Act, 1951 which deals in detail with all the aspects of conduct of election and post election disputes.

       The candidates are required to file the nomination papers following which the candidate list is published after scrutiny. No party is allowed to use the government resources for campaigning. No party is allowed to bribe the candidates before elections. The government cannot start a project during the election period. The campaigning ends at 6:00 pm of the second last day before the polling day. The polling is held normally from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, whereas it might be changed under special circumstances. The Collector of each district is in charge of polling. Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) are being increasingly used instead of ballot boxes to prevent election fraud via booth capturing, which is heavily prevalent in certain parts of India. An indelible ink is applied usually on the left index finger of the voter as an indicator that the voter has cast his vote. This practice has been followed since the 1962 general elections to prevent a bad vote.

   One of the earliest achievements of CSIR (Council of Scientific & Industrial Research), was to counter the challenge of fraudulent voting that research work on formulating indelible ink was initiated. On application, the ink remains on the fingernail for at least two days.

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