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ECI Stricter Norms For RUPPs

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ECI Announces
Revised Rules
for Registered Unrecognized Political Parties (RUPPs)
Before 2024 Elections
When
Announcement Date
Thursday
Parliamentary Election
Year 2024
Why
Streamlining Process
Ensuring Fairness
Transparency in Elections
What
Eligibility Criteria
Submission of Reports
Contribution Reports
Audited Annual Accounts
Last Three Financial Years
Election Expenditure Statements
Last Two Elections
Application Process
Prescribed Proforma
Based on 1968 Order
RUPPs Definition
Newly Registered Parties
No Specific Vote Percentage
Not Contested Elections
Symbol Order
1968 Election Symbols Order
Paragraph 15
Resolves Disputes
Where
India
Who
Election Commission of India
Autonomous Authority
Administers Elections
Union and State
Established 1950
Chief Election Commissioner
Shri Rajiv Kumar
Election Commissioner
Shri Anup Chandra Pandey
How
Enforcement of Rules
Compliance Verification
Action Against Defaulters
Inactive RUPPs
253 Declared Inactive
86 Non-existent Deleted
Compliance Requirements
Section 29A RP Act
Contest Elections
Within Five Years
Then Continuously
Significance
Structured Process
Fairness in Symbol Allocation
Smooth Election Conduct
Challenges
Increased Scrutiny
Potential Challenges
For New Parties
Way Forward
Continued Enforcement
Adherence to Norms

The Election Commission of India (ECI) has introduced stricter norms for the allotment of symbols to Registered Unrecognized Political Parties (RUPPs), particularly in the context of the upcoming 2024 Parliamentary elections. These revisions aim to streamline the symbol allocation process, emphasizing transparency and fairness. The new criteria require RUPPs to submit their contribution reports, audited annual accounts for the past three financial years, and election expenditure statements for their last two contested elections. Additionally, RUPPs, including newly registered parties or those that haven’t attained specific vote percentages, need to adhere to these regulations to qualify for common symbol allotment. The ECI’s move ensures a more structured process for election participation, while also holding parties accountable for compliance with established norms.

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