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    No. ECI/PN/94/2019 Dated: 4th October, 2019 ECI appoints Two Special Expenditure Observers for Telangana and Sikkim Bye-Polls In exercise of the powers conferred on it under Article 324 of the Constitution and Section 20B of The Representation of the People Act 1951, the Election Commission of India today appointed an ex-Indian Revenue Service officer –Mr. B. R. Balakrishnan (ex IRS 1983) and a serving Indian Revenue Service officer, Mr. Suresh Kumar (IRS 1988) as Special Expenditure Observers for the Bye-Elections to the Legislative Assemblies of Telangana and Sikkim, respectively. The Special Observers will be supervising and monitoring the work being done by the electoral machinery and ensure that stringent and effective enforcement action is undertaken based on intelligence inputs and complaints received through C-VIGIL, Voter Helpline 1950 against the persons/entities trying to induce voters by distributing cash, liquor & freebies etc. in order to vitiate the poll process. Mr. B.R. Balakrishnan had served as DGIT (Inv.),Bengaluru earlier and Mr. Suresh Kumar is presently posted as as Principal Commissioner of Income Tax (Central), Ahmedabad.
  2. 245 downloads

    No. ECI/PN/87/2019 Dated: 23rd September, 2019 PRESS NOTE ECI appoints Two Special Expenditure Observers for Maharashtra In exercise of the powers conferred on it under Article 324 of the Constitution and Section 20B of The Representation of the People Act 1951, the Election Commission of India today appointed two ex-Indian Revenue Service officers – Ms Madhu Mahajan (ex IRS 1982) and Shri B Murali Kumar (ex IRS 1983) as Special Expenditure Observers for the forthcoming Elections to the Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra. Ms Mahajan would be required to watch the conduct of Elections with special emphasis on controlling the abuse of money power, in consultation with the Chief Electoral Officer at Mumbai. Sh Murali Kumar would similarly be based at Pune to look into matters in rest of the State with officers and Election Authorities as deemed necessary. The Special Observers will be supervising and monitoring the work being done by the electoral machinery and ensure that stringent and effective enforcement action is undertaken based on intelligence inputs and complaints received through C-VIGIL, Voter Helpline 1950 against all persons/entities trying to induce voters by distributing cash, liquor & freebies etc. in order to vitiate the poll process. It may be recalled that given her past experience in Investigations Wing of Income Tax Department, Ms Mahajan was appointed Special Expenditure Observer for Tamil Nadu and Karnataka in recent Lok Sabha elections. Sh B Murali Kumar was also appointed Special Expenditure Observer for 8-Vellore Parliamentary Constituency during Lok Sabha Elections and had served as DGIT (Inv.), Chennai earlier.
  3. 1,037 downloads

    General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra, 2019-Deployment of Special Expenditure Observer-Reg.
  4. 37 downloads

    Submission of Election Expenditure for Lok Sabha and Legislative Assembly Election for Arunachal Pradesh-2019 Name of the Party: Janata Dal (United) Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: NCT of Delhi Date of filing: 21 August 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): -Nil- for Arunachal Pradesh and for Lok Sabha of Rs.107111759
  5. 59 downloads

    Submission of Election Expenditure statement for the General Election to Lok Sabha and Legislative Assembly for Andhra Pradesh -2019 Name of the Party: Telugu Desam Party Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: Andhra Pradesh Date of filing: 24 August 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 1313228295
  6. 15 downloads

    Submission of Election Expenditure statement of Mizo National Front for the General Election to Lok Sabha -2019 Name of the Party: Mizo National Front Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: Mizoram Date of filing: 24 August 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): Nil
  7. 18 downloads

    Submission of Election Expenditure of Maharashtrawadi Gomantak for Lok Sabha Elections-2019 Name of the Party: Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: Goa Date of filing: 31 July 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): Nil
  8. 11 downloads

    Submission of Election Expenditure statement for the General Electon to Lok Sabha Election-2019 Name of the Party: Mizoram People's Conference Party Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: Mizoram Date of filing: 09 August 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): Nil
  9. 486 downloads

    Submission of Election Expenditure for Lok Sabha Elections-2019 Name of the Party: Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: Tamil Nadu Date of filing: 17 August 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 79,26,10,482
  10. 33 downloads

    Submission of Election Expenditure for Lok Sabha Elections-2019 Name of the Party: All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen Name of the State (Having the headquarters /postal address of the state recognized parties: Andhra Pradesh Date of filing: 19 August 2019 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 71,961
  11. 1,216 downloads

    Revised Formats of Candidates' Abstract Statement and Pol. Party Expenditure Statement 08.05.2019
  12. 1,630 downloads

    Revision of threshold Election Expenditure/Donation through cash transaction in a single day by the Candidates/Political Parties above Rs. 10,000/- (Ten Thousands) by cheque, DD, RTGS/NEFT or other electronic mode etc. regarding.
  13. 790 downloads

    Letter no. 76/Instructions/2018/EEPS dated 30.11.2018 regarding Clarification - Revision of threshold Election Expenditure/Donation through cash transaction in a single day by the candidates/political parties above Rs. 10,000/- by Cheque, DD, RTGS/NEFT or other electronic mode etc. The Commission's letter of even number dated 12th November, 2018 regarding incurring of election expenditure by the candidate(s) and political parties exceeding Rs. 10,000/- (Ten Thousand) by crossed account payee cheque, or draft, or by RTGS/NEFT or any other electronic mode linked with the bank account opened by the candidates for election purpose. A clarification has been sought as to whether this amount can be incurred by the candidate(s)/parties in a single day or multiple days or during the entire election process to/from a single person/entity or multiple persons/entities. 2. In partial modification of the Commission's earlier Letter dated 12th November, 2018, it is hereby stated that expenditure exceeding Rs. 10,000/- (Ten Thousand) in connection with an election, consisting of a- single transaction or an aggregate of transactions, entered into with a single person/entity during the entire poll period shall not be incurred by a candidate/political party unless the payment in respect to the same is made by way of an account payee cheque or draft on a bank or account payee bank draft or by RTGS/NEFT or any other electronic. mode linked to the bank account of the candidate. 3. Further it is stated that in respect of donations/contributions in cash received by the candidates from a single entity/person in a single or multiple transactions shall not exceed to Rs. 10,000/-' However, in the case of political parties the receipt from donations/contributions shall continue to be governed by the existing provisions of Section 29C of the R. P. Act, 1951. 4. You are requested to bring the above mentioned clarification to the notice of the Returning Officers, Expenditure Observers, Political Parties, Candidates and all other stakeholders.
  14. 1,955 downloads

    Compendium of Instructions on Election Expenditure Monitoring - October, 2017
  15. 267 downloads

    Transport of clean and genuine cash by banks and transfer of currency from one chest to another operated by the banks – Rag. (Bilingual)
  16. 154 downloads

    Candidates’ booths (kiosks) outside the polling station: accounting of expenditure incurred, in the account of election expenses of candidate –reg.
  17. 81 downloads

    Filing of part election expenditure statement attributed to candidates by political parties within 30 days of declaration of results of elections-reg. (Bilingual)
  18. 93 downloads

    Donations etc., received by candidates from any person entity or political party for the purpose of election campaign during election-Regarding (Bilingual)
  19. 1,373 downloads

    Standard Operating Procedure for seizure and release of cash and other items-Regarding (Bilingual)
  20. 183 downloads

    Account Reconciliation Meeting with the candidates/election agents with the District Expenditure Monitoring Committee (DEMC)-Regarding (Bilingual)
  21. 257 downloads

    Deployment of Booth Level Awareness Group (BAGs) for ethical voting campaign after the announcement of elections-matter reg. (Bilingual)
  22. 697 downloads

    Permission of vehicles to the contesting candidates and incurring the expenditure in the account of elections expenses-Regarding (Bilingual)
  23. 177 downloads

    Restriction on number of vehicles and people at the time of nominations
  24. 270 downloads

    Restrictions on the Printing of pamphlets, posters etc

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