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    AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi has expressed his concerns about the concept of One Nation One Election (ONOE), stating that it would be detrimental to multiparty parliamentary democracy and federalism. In a recent post on X, Owaisi commented on the notification appointing a committee to study the feasibility of one nation one election.

    According to Owaisi, it is evident that the government has already made up its mind about implementing one nation one election. He believes that this approach would have negative consequences for multiparty parliamentary democracy and federalism. Additionally, Owaisi claimed that Prime Minister Modi reduced gas prices in response to the upcoming state elections, with the intention of carrying out anti-people policies without accountability if he wins.

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    Owaisi had previously argued that the concept of one nation one election is unconstitutional. On September 1, the Centre formed a committee led by former President Ram Nath Kovind to examine the feasibility of conducting general and state elections concurrently and potentially draft legislation for it.

    The committee’s main objective is to determine if amendments to the Constitution would require ratification by the states. It will also analyze and recommend possible solutions for scenarios such as hung Houses, adoption of no-confidence motions, defection, or other similar events arising from simultaneous elections. The committee has been tasked with suggesting a framework for synchronizing elections, including the phases and time frame, and proposing any necessary amendments to the Constitution and other laws in such circumstances.

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