SC Says Can’t Frame Law On Compulsory Vote

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The Supreme Court judges said, “So we can not order the parliament to Compulsory Vote”. We have confidence in the work of this legal system.

The case was filed for Public Interest Litigation in the Supreme Court. That it be forced to vote in the election. “In Argentina, Australia, Belgium, and Brazil, it’s compulsory to vote. As well as in India.

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Supreme Court Can not order to the Compulsory Vote

The petition came up yesterday before the hearing of the petitions filed by judges J. Chelameswar and Amitavarai. The judges said, “Parliament does the task of making policy decisions. We have confidence in the work of this legal system. So we can not order the parliament to compel the vote. “

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Attorney General KK Venugopal, who appeared in the Central Government, said, “The right to vote or vote for a division of section 79 of the Representation of People Act. The “Nota” facility has been added to the voter by the Supreme Court in 2013 that no one wants to vote for anyone. The judges said that the detailed inquiry will be held after Dussehra Holidays.