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Writ Petition Filed in SC for Replacing EVM With Name, Age, Educational Qualification, and Photograph of Candidates Instead of Symbols of Political Parties

Lawstreet Journal 5 Nov 2020 8:12pm

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In the Supreme Court of India, a writ petition has been filed under Article 32 of the Constitution of India for using the name, age, educational qualification, and a photograph of candidates on ballot and EVM instead of the symbol of political parties.

This will secure an equal opportunity to all contesting candidates in spirit of the Articles 14, 15, and 21 of the Constitution of India.

This writ petition was filed by Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay who is the petitioner in this writ petition (civil) No 1323 of 2020.

The case was registered on October 27, 2020.

The main objective of filing this writ petition is because the democracy of our country is suffering from seven major threats which are corruption, criminalization, casteism, communalism, lingusism, regionalism, and nepotism.

The above dangers can be overcome by replacing the symbol of the political party with the name, age, educational qualification, and photograph of candidates on the ballot.

If this comes into existence it will help electors to vote for honest candidates.

It will help in controlling the dictatorship of the political party in ticket distribution.

It will help in controlling communalism, lingusism, regionalism, and nepotism.

It will thus be a gateway for social activists and people who are honest will enter politics and thus work for the betterment of society.

The cause of action for this petition arose on July 1, 2019, as the petitioner Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay of this case 

became aware that about 43 percent of members of Parliament have criminal cases against them and currently 159 members of Parliament have… Continue Reading...


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