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Dear sir, (1) Is a christian eligible to contest from sc reserved constituencies ? (2) if not,then what is the procedure to fight against such a open misuse ? (3) What are the evidences should have to proceed with the above mentioned case ?

A. Dear Mr G.V. Saikumar, 1.Refer to your question No 1... The answer is NO. 2.Ref to your question of No 2...There are other misuses not this misuse.Share the complete case history like name of the State.. District...Name of the Constituency... Assembly Constituency.. or Parliamentary Constituency...Constituency Number etc... Do not give sweeping statements. 3.Ref to your Point No 3 All these Rules and Regulations are written in English, Hindi and all the recognised regional languages. Read them carefully... find out the violations.. and then get in touch with me through vidhikarya.com Shanti Ranjan Behera Advocate
Shanti Ranjan Behera Exp: 22 Year(s) Bhubaneswar
Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge Experience: 33 Year(s) Bangalore
Respected Sir/Madam I would be grateful if you could answer some of my queries regarding Public Interest Litigation. I had sent following suggestions to Election Commission of India: Election Commission of India should issue following guidelines to the political party in power regarding election manifesto: (a) While contesting the election, the political party in power should submit an affidavit, to the election commission, of the status of the promises mentioned in the manifesto for the previous election. (b) The political party in power should publish the affidavit along with the current election manifesto. (Please find the attached PDF herewith for more details) According to supreme court's judgement, there is no any provision in law which makes promises made in the manifesto enforceable against a political party. Hence, the best ECI can do is to ask the political party in power, while contesting the election, to submit an affidavit of the status of the promises mentioned in the manifesto for the previous election. These guidelines will be helpful to make political parties more responsible while making election manifesto promises as they will have to put their status in public domain while contesting for following election. But the Election Commission of India has refused to accept my suggestions (Please find the attached file of letter received from Election Commission of India). There does not appear to be any sound reason for non-incorporation of the said suggestions. In fact, the said guidelines would enable voters to choose and decide effectively. I request you to let me know if I can file a PIL to direct ECI to implement these guidelines. Is this issue valid for filing a PIL? If yes, kindly let me know if you can file a PIL for me, its procedure and your fees. With kind regards, Dr. Akshay Bajad

A. I have already sent you a reply in this regard.you already have my details. If u are really interested, you can proceed further.
Nirmal Chopra Exp: 20 Year(s) New Delhi
GANESH SHARMA Experience: 3 Year(s) Faridabad
Respected I would be grateful if you could answer some of my queries regarding Public Interest Litigation. I had sent following suggestions to Election Commission of India: Election Commission of India should issue following guidelines to the political party in power regarding election manifesto: (a) While contesting the election, the political party in power should submit an affidavit, to the election commission, of the status of the promises mentioned in the manifesto for the previous election. (b) The political party in power should publish the affidavit along with the current election manifesto. (Please find the attached PDF herewith for more details) According to supreme court's judgement, there is no any provision in law which makes promises made in the manifesto enforceable against a political party. Hence, the best ECI can do is to ask the political party in power, while contesting the election, to submit an affidavit of the status of the promises mentioned in the manifesto for the previous election. These guidelines will be helpful to make political parties more responsible while making election manifesto promises as they will have to put their status in public domain while contesting for following election. But the Election Commission of India has refused to accept my suggestions (Please find the attached file of letter received from Election Commission of India). There does not appear to be any sound reason for non-incorporation of the said suggestions. In fact, the said guidelines would enable voters to choose and decide effectively. I request you to let me know if I can file a PIL to direct ECI to implement these guidelines. Is this issue valid for filing a PIL? If yes, kindly let me know if you can file a PIL for me, its procedure and your fees. With kind regards, Dr. Akshay Bajad

A. Under the Constitution You can file PIL in the Jurisdiction of High Court or Supreme Court . But Now there is no of preconditions in view of fictitious or fervious PILs, You should have a requisite requirement of your communications with ECI & rejection on grounds under the Act, also details of RTI information, secondly you have to pursuive in competent court jurisdiction and follow judiciously.
Ambrose Leo Exp: 9 Year(s) Bangalore
Manjula Shanmugasundaram Experience: 18 Year(s) Chennai
Nirmal Chopra Experience: 20 Year(s) New Delhi
Hello, I am submitting you my public interest litigation for directing Election Commission of India to issue following guidelines to the political party in power regarding election manifesto: (a) While contesting the election, the political party in power should submit an affidavit, to the election commission, of the status of the promises mentioned in the manifesto for the previous election. (b) The political party in power should publish the affidavit along with the current election manifesto. Kindly let me know if these are valid points for PIL.

A. You are correct. Include one more that voter id must be linked with aadhar card and online voting to be introduced. I can draft it.
Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge Exp: 33 Year(s) Bangalore
Can a person challenge government?

A. If the government violates fundamental Right of a citizen, the citizen can challenge the state or government before high court and supreme court
Ved prakash Shaw Exp: 38 Year(s) Bhubaneswar
Can a person (individual) challenge government in court ?

A. Dear Sir/Mam, Request you to please share your complete matter to help in getting an advice.
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