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BSP may lose elephant, as their symbol - Abhishek Kadian

BSP may lose elephant, as their symbol - Abhishek Kadian

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Published by Naresh Kadyan
The Election Commission of India (ECI) had about two weeks ago served show-cause notices to the three parties seeking explanation on why their national party status should not be withdrawn after their rout in the Lok Sabha elections. According to the criteria set by the poll panel, a ''national party'' needs to get at least 6% votes each from minimum four states, or get 2% of total seats in the Lok Sabha from at least three states, or it should be a recognised as a state party in at least four states. NCP, BSP and CPI no longer fulfil any of the above conditions. The three parties had time till June 27 to contest EC''s move and seek a hearing. If they are derecognised, then BJP, Congress and CPI(M) will be the only political parties that will continue to enjoy the national tag. Under the Symbols Order 1968, a party, on losing the national status, does not have the right to fight elections using a common symbol across the country. OIPA - Indian People for Animals demands immediate decision on the said subject and ELEPHANT symbol may kindly be deleted from the common list of symbol, being an National heritage animal of India.
The Election Commission of India (ECI) had about two weeks ago served show-cause notices to the three parties seeking explanation on why their national party status should not be withdrawn after their rout in the Lok Sabha elections. According to the criteria set by the poll panel, a ''national party'' needs to get at least 6% votes each from minimum four states, or get 2% of total seats in the Lok Sabha from at least three states, or it should be a recognised as a state party in at least four states. NCP, BSP and CPI no longer fulfil any of the above conditions. The three parties had time till June 27 to contest EC''s move and seek a hearing. If they are derecognised, then BJP, Congress and CPI(M) will be the only political parties that will continue to enjoy the national tag. Under the Symbols Order 1968, a party, on losing the national status, does not have the right to fight elections using a common symbol across the country. OIPA - Indian People for Animals demands immediate decision on the said subject and ELEPHANT symbol may kindly be deleted from the common list of symbol, being an National heritage animal of India.

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Published by: Naresh Kadyan on Jun 30, 2014
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ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA CITIZEN SERVICES
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Comlaint ID :Date of Lodin Comlaint State :District :Assembly Constituency :Subect :DL/1/13/319717Jun 30 2014 2:00PMNCT OF DelhiNORTH WESTROHINIOTHERSPart Name :The Election Commission of India (ECI) had about two weeks ago served show-cause notices to the three parties seeking explanation on why their national party status should not be withdrawn after their rout in the Lok Sabha elections. According to the criteria set by the poll panel, a ''national party'' needs to get at least 6% votes each from minimum four states, or get 2% of total seats in the Lok Sabha from at least three states, or it should be a recognised as a state party in at least four states.NCP, BSP and CPI no longer fulfil any of the above conditions. The three parties had time till June 27 to contest EC''s move and seek a hearing. If they are derecognised, then BJP, Congress and CPI(M) will be the only political parties that will continue to enjoy the national tag. Under the Symbols Order 1968, a party, on losing the national status, does not have the right to fight elections using a common symbol across the country.OIPA - Indian People for Animals demands immediate decision on the said subject and ELEPHANT symbol may kindly be deleted from the common list of symbol, being an National heritage animal of India.Brief Descrition about comlaint

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