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Lok Sabha 2024: Know What Will Change In The Country After 3:00 PM Today

As per the election commission, the code of conduct is put into practice to ensure fair and transparent elections. The nation will hold elections to create the 18th Lok Sabha. These elections are expected to take place in seven or eight stages. The Election Commission has said that today at 3 PM, the election dates will be released.

Edited By : simran rajpal | Updated: Mar 16, 2024 09:20 IST
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Lok Sabha 2024_ Know What Will Change In The Country After 3_00 PM Today

At 3:30 PM today, the Election Commission will announce the dates of the 2024 Lok Sabha Elections. The Model Code of Conduct will then be implemented. But, the good part is that the lives of common people won’t be much affected by the code of conduct. However, this will place limitations on political parties and their candidates.

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Why code of conduct is implemented

As per the election commission, the code of conduct is put into practice to ensure fair and transparent elections.

The nation will hold elections to create the 18th Lok Sabha. These elections are expected to take place in seven or eight stages. The Election Commission has said that today at 3 PM, the election dates will be released.

What Will Change After Lok Sabha Election Dates Announcement 

1. Election campaign will be stopped 48 hours before voting.
2. Before holding any kind of political rally or meeting, the local police have to be informed.
3. The parties cannot deliberately hold a meeting or rally at a place where any program of another party is taking place.
4. The police will confirm the route of rallies.
5. Parties cannot hold election meetings or campaigns at any religious place.
6. Parties or candidates Cannot comment on the private life of any other candidate.
7. Permission will have to be taken for loudspeakers in the meeting.

Special rules for the ruling party

The ruling party is not permitted to exploit any government property, personnel, airports, railroads, etc. for political purposes. No government property, including cars, will be utilized for political campaigns. Besides this, each state has its laws on carrying alcohol. For example, in Delhi, you are only allowed to take 1 liter of alcohol.

In Uttar Pradesh, however, it is legal to keep up to six liters of alcohol in your house or place of business. In a similar vein, it is legal to store 18 bottles of country liquor and 24 bottles of beer at home in Goa. Additionally, if you carry cash over 2 lakh, you will need to present thorough documentation and give proper reasoning. When someone violates the IPC or the regulations about liquor smuggling, the Election Commission is liable to take legal action.

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First published on: Mar 16, 2024 08:45 AM IST

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