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  1. 457 downloads

    No. ECI/PN/01/2020 Dated: 01 January, 2020 PRESS NOTE Subject : Registration of political parties under Section 29A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 – Political Parties Registration Tracking Management System (PPRTMS) – regarding. Registration of political parties is governed by the provisions of Section 29A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951. An association seeking registration under the said Section has to submit an application to the Commission within a period of 30 days following the date of its formation, as per the guidelines prescribed by the Commission in exercise of the powers conferred by Article 324 of the Constitution of India and Section 29A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951. 2. In order to enable applicants to track the status of the application, the Commission has launched a “Political Parties Registration Tracking Management System(PPRTMS)”. The salient feature in the PPRTMS is that the applicant, who is applying for party registration from 1st January, 2020 will be able to track the progress of his/her application and will get status update through SMS and e-mail. The status can be tracked through the Commission’s portal at link https://pprtms.eci.gov.in/. The Commission in the month of December, 2019, has amended the guidelines and issued a Press Note dated 02.12.2019 regarding registration of political party for the information of the general public. The new guidelines is effective from 1st January, 2020 and is available on the Commission’s website https://eci.gov.in.
  2. 372 downloads

    1. Bharat Ekta Mission Party (BHEM Party) (56/214/2018/PPS-I) 2. Bharatiya Chatrapati sena (56/217/2019/PPS-I) 3. Bharatiya jansamooh dal (56/185/2019/PPS-I) 4. Desh Bachao Party (56/267/2019/PPS-I) 5. Rashtriya Janahita party (56/283/2019/PPS-I) 6. Service Adhered with Integrity Desam Party (56/289/2019/PPS-I) 7. Yug Parivartan Party (56/279/2019/PPS-I) 8. ANNA DEMOCRATIC HUMAN RIGHTS MOVEMENT PARTY OF INDIA (56/241-2019 /PPS-I) 9. BAHUJAN SEVA PARTY (56/296/2019/PPS-I) 10. Bhartiya Anarya Party (56/260/2019/PPS-I) 11. Kamgar Kisan Party (56/100/2019/PPS-I) 12. Manavata Party (Insaniyat) (56/287/2019/PPS-I) 13. PRAJAMAHARASTRA PAKSH (56/208/2019/PPS-I)
  3. 380 downloads

    1. Loktantrik Kisan Mazdoor Party 56/76/2019/PPS-I 2. Puratchi Tamilar Makkal Kalagam 56-214-2019/PPS-I 3. Log Jan Party (Secular) 56-269-2019/PPS-I 4. Bhartiya Swadeshi Congress 56-290-2019/PPS-I
  4. 277 downloads

    1. Justice And Development Party 2. Thamizh Perarasu Katchi 3. Yuva Aam Dal Aadami Vikas 4. Mulnivasi Adhikar Pary
  5. 334 downloads

    New Political Parties seeking registration: 1. Democratic Organization of Nation 2. Janta Brigade Party (JBP)
  6. 222 downloads

    1. Sarwar Party 56/178/2019/PPS-I 2. Tamilnadu Makkal Nalvazhvu Periyakkam 56/219/2018/PPS-I
  7. 280 downloads

    List of Political Parties seeking Registration 1. AKHAND BHARATIYA YUVA PARTY 2. HIND SAMARPIT PARTY 3. POLITICAL JUSTICE PARTY 4. RASHTRA NIRMAAN DAL (BHARATIYA)
  8. 328 downloads

    1. All India Democracy Protection Party (56/197/2019) 2. Jai Hind Party (56/235/2019) 3. Praja Ekta Party (56/242/2109) 4. Rashtriya Hind Ekta Dal (56/224/2019) 5. Vishwa Jana samrajyam Party (56/147/2019)
  9. 234 downloads

    New Political Party seeking registration- Bahujan Aandolan Party
  10. 221 downloads

    List of political parties seeking registration 1. Naya Savera Party (56/92/2019) 2. Nam India Naam Indiyar Katchi (56/182/2019) 3. Rashtriya Jan Kalyan Party Secular (56/229/2019)
  11. 286 downloads

    List of political parties 1. Loktantra Kalyan Party (56/83/2019) 2. Bhartiya Samanta Party (56/184/2019) 3. Anaithu Makkal Arasiyal Katchi (56/220/2019) 4. Lok Swarjya Party (56/234/2019)
  12. 629 downloads

    Rajdharam Party (56/215/2019/PPS-I), Bhartiya Manvata Nirman Party (56/199/2019/PPS-I)
  13. From 1st January 2020, Political Parties can track their application online from the ECI website.
  14. 506 downloads

    1. Akhil Rashtriya jantantra Party (56/266/2019) 2. Bharatiya rajatilak party (56/236/2019) 3. Bhartiya Chatrapati Sena (56/217/2019) 4. Democratic Organisation for Socio-economic Transformation of India Party (56/226/2019) 5. Hindustani Awam Manch (United) (56/225/2019) 6. Jammu &Kashmir Socialist Awami Party (56/172/2019) 7. New Bhartiya Kranti Party (56/125/2019) 8. Rashtriya Manav Jan Kalyan Party(56/04/2015) 9. Sarv Jan Party (Bharat) (56/194/2019) 10. Sarv Samaj Janhit Party (56/67/2019)
  15. 1,074 downloads

    No. ECI/PN/114/2019 Date: 2nd December, 2019 PRESS NOTE Subject: Registration of political parties under section 29A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951- issue of additional guidelines- regarding. Registration of political parties is governed by the provisions of section 29A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951. A party seeking registration under the said section with the Commission has to submit an application to the Commission within a period of 30 days following the date of its formation in prescribed format with basic particulars about the party such as name, address, membership details of various units, names of office bearers, etc, as required under sub-section (4) of the said section, and such other particulars that the Commission has specified under sub-section (6) of Section 29A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, as mentioned in the Guidelines for registration. The Commission has from time to time prescribed additional particulars to be furnished by applicant parties. The Commission has further reviewed the system and process of registration of political parties, and has now decided to implement “Political Parties Registration Tracking Management System” (PPRTMS) through an online portal, to facilitate tracking of status of application by applicants. The salient feature in the Political Parties Registration Tracking Management System is that the applicant, who is applying for party registration from 1st January, 2020 onwards will be able to track the progress of his / her application and will get status update through SMS and email. The applicant is required to provide contact mobile number and email address of the party / applicant in his application if he/she wishes to track the progress of the application. The new guidelines will be effective from 1st January, 2020. The new guidelines have been hosted on the Commission’s website https://eci.gov.in.
  16. 579 downloads

    No. ECI/PN/106/2019/Communication Dated: 4th November, 2019 PRESS NOTE Sub: General Election to Legislative Assembly of Jharkhand 2019- Allotment of Broadcast/Telecast time to National/State Political Parties -regarding. A copy of the Commission’s Order No.437/TA-LA/1/2019/Communication, dated 4th November, 2019 regarding allotment of Broadcast/Telecast time to National/State political parties in the General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Jharkhand, 2019 is enclosed for the information of the general public.
  17. 1,911 downloads

    1. United Socialist Party 2. Bhartiya Samta Party 3. Akhand Bharat Chetna Dal 4. Indian Democratic People’s Party 5. Rashtra Uday Party 6. Krantikari Shetkari Party 7. Sarv Samaj Party 8. Bhartiya Jan Samrat Party 9. Bhartiya Mahasangh Party 10. India Janshakti Party 11. Bharatiya Aamjan Party (Vivekanand) 12. Aadarsh Bharat Nirman Dal 13. Fauji Kisan Party 14. Bharatiya Sarvjan Vikas Party 15. Bharat Jago Janta Party 16. Professional Party of India 17. Andhra Pradesh Rashtra Samithi 18. Bharatiya Liberal Party 19. Bharatiya Samtawadi Party (A) 20. Bhartiya Sabka Dal 21. Rajnaitik Chetna Dal 22. Bharastachar Apraadh Mukt Nyay Dal 23. Bhartiya Rashtriya Dal 24. Rashtrawadi Janvikas Party 25. Azad Bharat Party (National) 26. Indian Alliance Party 27. Anna Dravidar Kazhagam 28. Aam Jan Niti Party 29. Karnataka Samata Paksha 30. Aarthik Vikas Party 31. Aman Aur Shanti Tehreek-E-Jammu & Kashmir 32. Bharathiya Pragnavantha Congress 33. Shram Shakti Party 34. Yuva Karnataka Paksha 35. Indian People Association Party 36. Voice of Labour Party (Jammu & Kashmir) 37. National Socialist Party (United) 38. Party of United Indians 39. Bhartiya Manav Kalyan Party 40. Rashtriya Jan Samarthan Party 41. Samaj Sudharak Party 42. Tipu Sultan Party 43. Uttara Karnataka Party 44. Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Majdoor Party 45. Rashtrawadi Jansangh 46. Swadeshi Hind Party 47. Sambhaji Brigade Party 48. Rayalaseema Praja Samithi 49. National Samajwadi Congress 50. Swaraj Kranti Party 51. Telugu Janata Party 52. Akhil Bhartiya Janadesh Party 53. Satyanishth Jan Sewak Party 54. Peoples Ruling Party 55. Karnataka Janaseve Party 56. Sab Jan Vikas Rashtriya Party 57. Revolutionary Party 58. Udaya Chandra Desam Party 59. Karnataka Rashtra Samithi 60. Anaithu Ulaga Tamilargal Munnetra Kalagam 61. AamLok Party United 62. Zoram People’s Movement 63. Hum Ek Hai Party 64. Bharatiya Samajwadi party (Loktantrik) 65. Akhil Bharatiya Socialist Party 66. Sarvjan Awaz Party 67. Jindabad Kranti Party 68. Jana Shankhaaraavam Party 69. Jannayak Yuva Shakti Party 70. India Greens Party 71. Praja Adhikara Party 72. Bharatiya Janchetna Dal 73. Haq Insaaf Party 74. Bahadur Aadmi Party 75. Rashtriya Poorvanchal Ekta Party 76. Desha Dal 77. Bhartiya Jan Samaj Party 78. Sakala Janula Party 79. Indian National Secular Democratic Party (of India) 80. Arjak Adhikar Dal 81. Republican Party of India (Athawale) 82. Mooljan Shakti Party 83. Indian National Youth Party 84. Ambedkar Sena Party 85. Hindustanwadi Party (Jaihind) 86. Anna MGR Dravida Makkal Kalgam 87. Democratic Social Justice Party 88. Indian National Yuva Jana Party 89. Jana Rajyam Party 90. Janta Swabhiman Party 91. Mana Telangana Rashtra Samaikya Party 92. Karunadaga Thamizhar Katchi 93. Supreme Zero Party of Bharat
  18. 191 downloads

    Order dt 08.08.2019 in the Dispute case of Rashtriya Lok Samta Party, a recognized party in the State of Bihar
  19. 1,720 downloads

    Memorandum submitted by 22 Political Parties regarding process to be followed for counting of VVPAT Slips in General Elections-2019 reg.
  20. 1,561 downloads

    Revised Formats of Candidates' Abstract Statement and Pol. Party Expenditure Statement 08.05.2019
  21. 764 downloads

    Section 126 of the RP Act, 1951, inter-alia, prohibits election campaign activities through public meetings, processions, etc, and displaying of election matter by means of television and similar apparatus. The purpose sought to be served by this prohibition is to provide a period of tranquil (silence period) for the electors before the voting day. In a multi-phased election, the silence period of last 48 hours may be on in certain constituencies while campaign is ongoing in other constituencies. In such event, there should not be any direct or indirect reference amounting to soliciting support for parties or candidates in the constituencies observing the silence period. During the silence period, star campaigners and other Political Leaders should refrain from addressing the media by way of press conferences and giving interviews on election matters.
  22. 125 downloads

    Donations etc., received by candidates from any person entity or political party for the purpose of election campaign during election-Regarding (Bilingual)
  23. 58 downloads

    Political Party Expenditure
  24. 30 downloads

    Conditions for treating a candidate as one set up by political party - Requirements to be followed - regarding (Bilingual)
  25. 2,336 downloads

    Political Party And Election Symbol (English & Hindi)

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