Wednesday, May 22, 2024
    HomeHyderabadElection meetings and rallies require prior permission

    Election meetings and rallies require prior permission

    Related stories

    Lucky dip conducted in Gadwal to fill medical college positions

    Additional Collector Apoorva Chauhan (Local Bodies) has announced that...

    KTR accuses Cong government of hesitating on election pledges

    BRS working president K Tarakarama Rao criticized the Congress...

    People facing spelling difficulties under Revanth’s rule

    Former Minister and MLA T Harish Rao criticized Revanth's...

    Hyderabad City Police Commissioner Kothakota Sreenivas Reddy and GHMC Commissioner Ronald Rose announced that permission is needed for election campaigning, rallies, and public meetings ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. They emphasized that political parties should refrain from criticizing other parties during this time.

    During a meeting with political party representatives, officials discussed the importance of increasing voter turnout in the upcoming Parliament elections and ensuring a peaceful election process.

    - Advertisement -

    With the enforcement of the Model Code of Conduct following the announcement of the LS poll schedule, parties, leaders, and candidates are required to apply for permission through the Suvidha portal at least 48 hours in advance to hold campaign events and meetings. The use of loudspeakers is prohibited from 10 pm to 6 am.

    Also read:  Today's Telangana Cabinet Meeting

    Campaigning in religious places is not allowed, and various committees have been established in Hyderabad district to address complaints related to code violations. Complaints can be reported through a toll-free number or the C-Vigil App.

    - Advertisement -

    Any violations of the code will result in actions under the Representation of the People Act, 1951. The public is urged to cooperate for the smooth conduct of elections, with expenses being calculated according to Election Commission guidelines. Representatives were reminded not to solicit votes based on caste, religion, or community and to avoid making speeches that incite division.

    - Advertisement -

    Follow us


    Contribute News

    You can contribute an article to Telangana Tribune by dropping a mail at

    Latest stories


    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here