Election Commission Of India Delisted 111 Registered Unrecognised Political Parties Know Details


Political Parties Delisted: The Election Commission has taken a big action against 111 Registered Unrecognized Political Parties of the country to bring transparency in the electoral process and system. The commission has excluded 111 from the list of unrecognized political parties. Let us tell you that the names of those political parties are also included in this list which have not even contested the 2019 elections. Despite this, he has got tax exemption of crores.

Let us tell you that the grading action has been taken by the Election Commission on these registered unrecognized political parties due to non-compliance under Section 29A and 29C of the RP Act, 1951. After which these 111 political parties have been excluded from this list. The Election Commission had started action against more than 2100 such political parties just a month back.

This action has been taken by the Election Commission after serious allegations were leveled against these political parties including financial irregularities, including not submitting the annual audit report on time, including the details of election expenses. Not only this, the Election Commission has issued instructions to the Chief Electoral Officers of all the states to take the strictest action against such political parties. The Election Commission can take action against such parties and strip them of the status in which till now these parties have been taking advantage of tax exemption. The Election Commission can also take strict steps like confiscation of their election symbols to curb such political parties.

1731 parties did not contest the 2019 Lok Sabha elections

According to the Election Commission, there were a total of 2354 registered unrecognized political parties in the country at the time of the 2019 general elections. But only 623 of these parties contested the 2019 general election. Of these, around 1731 there were parties that did not contest from any seat. At the same time, the parties that contested the elections did not give the details of the election expenditure to the Election Commission. Let us tell you that within 90 days of the end of the election, all the parties are required to give the details of their election expenditure to the Election Commission. Otherwise, the Election Commission can take action against that political party.

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