Disqualification- member in panchayat gets disqualified Disqualification- member in panchayat gets disqualified

Can an elected member in panchayat gets disqualified on any basis of his immediate past irregularities done in panchayat?

Anik

Responded 11 months ago

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A.Dear Client,
If an order under section 117 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CRPC) has been passed against such member, or, if he has been dismissed from the service under any local authority; or if he has been removed from membership of any local authority; or
if he holds any office of profit under any local or other authority subject to the control of the Central Government, the State Government or the Government of any other State, the member will be disqualified.
If any of these is the irregularity you are referring to , the elected member is disqualified.

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Abhimanyu Shandilya

Responded 11 months ago

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A.Panchayat is a civic body whose members are accountable to the office and the citizens of those villages coming under the panchayat. If there are irregularities then the authority having the powers can take all possible legal actions under the law.
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