Civics

Which of the following is prohibited according to our election law?


ANSWER

Using government resources for campaigning


SOLUTION

According to our election law, no party or candidate can:

 i) Bribe or threaten voters; 

 ii) Appeal to them in the name of caste or religion;

iii) Use government resources for election campaign; and

 iv) Spend more than Rs. 25 lakh in a constituency for a Lok Sabha election or Rs. 10 lakh in a constituency in an Assembly election.

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