New Delhi, The Election Commission has written a letter to all political parties warning them not to make false election promises. Whatever election-promise is given, it should be kept in mind whether it can be financially fulfilled or not.
Along with this, the Election Commission also said that, “The Commission cannot turn a blind eye to non-disclosure of election prospects and its undue impact on financial stability. Because such promises have far-reaching implications. Along with this, the Election Commission has also tried to draw a standard-policy-line on declaration of promises made by political parties.”
The Election Commission has also prepared an outline in this regard. Accordingly, it will be mandatory to announce the financial resources along with those futures. It also aims to convey to voters the financial viability of election promises. It has also been said that whether those futures fall within the financial capacity of the state or the center, it is also necessary to go.
In order to win the elections in a short time, some parties and their leaders keep making promises during the election campaign to lure the voters, economically and financially. So ignorant and gullible voters who have no idea about the economy or the financial condition of the country are lured. As a result, they are ultimately the losers.HS1MS