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Compendium of Election Laws, Practices and Cases of Selected Commonwealth Countries

Volume 2, Part 2

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Volume 2 deals with actual election cases, grouped by subject. Each of the two parts contains five themes. Theme 1: Election Management Bodies, Theme 2: Electoral Boundaries, Theme 3: Registration of Voters, Theme 4: Nomination of Candidates Theme, 5: Voting Theme, 6: Election Irregularities, Theme 7: Political Parties, Theme 8: Election Expenses, Theme, 9: The Media, Theme 10: Miscellaneous.

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Janata Dal v The Election Commission of India

The appellant was recognised as national political party on 16.4.1991. General elections were to the Lok Sabha and to the Legislative Assemblies of six States and the Union Territory of Pondicherry in the months of April-June 1991. A statement showing the member of votes polled by the appellant at those elections, showing the performance of the appellant at the poll was prepared by the Election Commission and thereafter a show-cause notice dated 4.12.1991 was issued to the appellant by the Election Commission as to why the recognition of the appellant as a national party should not be withdrawn under the provisions of the Symbols Order.

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