Ceiling for HoR election publicity expenditure is set at 2.5 million

Source: RSS As per the ceiling set for the HoR election publicity expenditure, candidates can spend up to Rs 2.5 million per head while the candid

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Source: RSS

As per the ceiling set for the HoR election publicity expenditure, candidates can spend up to Rs 2.5 million per head while the candidates for the State Assembly election can spend up to Rs 1.5 million each. This figure shall not be exceeded Rs 550 thousand in regard to a candidate for the mayor of a sub metropolis.

             Similarly, a candidate for the ward chair of a sub metropolis is allowed to spend maximum Rs 250 thousand, a candidate for the municipality’s ward chair can spend up to Rs 200 thousand, and it is set at Rs 350 thousand for a candidate of the chair and vice chair of a rural municipality and it is Rs 150 thousand for a rural municipality ward chair. The code of conduct in regard to the by-election has come into effect since October 25. However, it will be enforced for political parties, candidates, employees and government on different dates.

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