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REPRESENTATION OF PEOPLES, ACT, 1951 — SECTION PDF
REPRESENTATION OF PEOPLES, ACT, 1951 — SECTION CrPC — Ss 200, 202, 203 & 210 —RP Act — Ss 123, 126(1)(a), 126(1)(b)& 130 — IPC — Ss 171C, 171F, 188 & 114 — Complaint/FIR — Interaction with the media, showing party symbol to influence the people, taking "selfie" on smart phone & addressing the gathering within the restricted area — Allegation of — Final report filed — accepted by JMIC — Test of sameness — Held, On none of the dates of adjournment the Revisionist produced any fresh evidence, in support of his charges— complaint of the Revisionist rightly dismissed by the learned Magistrate. PDF
REPRESENTATION OF PEOPLES, ACT, 1951 — SECTION RP Act — S 130 — Prohibition of canvassing in or near polling stations — (1) No person shall, on the date or dates on which a poll is taken at any polling station, commit any of the following acts within the polling station or in any public or private place within a distance of 1[one hundred metres] of the polling station, namely: —(a) canvassing for votes; or —(b) soliciting the vote of any elector; or —(c) persuading any elector not to vote for any particular candidate; or —(d) persuading any elector not to vote at the election; or —(e) exhibiting any notice or sign (other than an official notice) relating to the election — (2) Any person who contravenes the provisions of sub-section (1) shall be punishable with fine which may extend to two hundred and fifty rupees — (3) An offence punishable under this section shall be cognizable. PDF