Prohibitory orders in place in Pimpri Chinchwad for Lok Sabha elections in Shirur and Maval Constituencies

Prohibitory orders in place in Pimpri Chinchwad for Lok Sabha elections in Shirur and Maval Constituencies

Prohibitory orders in place in Pimpri Chinchwad for Lok Sabha elections in Shirur and Maval Constituencies

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Pune, Shirur, and Maval constituencies are included in the Lok Sabha elections scheduled for the fourth phases within the Pimpri Chinchwad Police Commissionerate (PCPC).

Prohibition orders under Section 144  Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) have been implemented within the PCPC’s boundaries to guarantee a smooth and peaceful conduct of the elections. As instructed by Pimpri Chinchwad Police Commissioner Vinay Kumar Choubey, these directives would be in force till Tuesday (May 14) at midnight.

The following restrictions will be enforced:

  • Presiding officers, election-related government employees, and those tasked with upholding election-related law and order are all allowed inside the polling place and within 100 meters of it on election day.
  • Individuals with security protection are not permitted to enter the polling booth within 100 meters, accompanied by security
  • 200 meters or less must separate an election booth from any polling station. A candidate is not permitted to have more than one voting booth in the same building, even if many booths are housed there.
  • On election day, it is forbidden to campaign within 200 meters of the polling place.
  • Within 200 meters of the voting place, cars are not allowed to enter.
  • It is forbidden to use megaphones or loudspeakers within a hundred meters of the polling place, as well as to shout or engage in any other disruptive or misbehaving activity.
  • It is forbidden for others to use cell phones, smartphones, or other wireless or communication devices.
  • It is forbidden for non-voting political or campaign workers to live in the constituency where polling is scheduled 48 hours before the polls close.
  • It is forbidden to send out bulk mail for political propaganda objectives beginning 48 hours before the polling period’s conclusion.
  • It is completely forbidden to carry any kind of weapon within 200 meters of the polling place on election day.