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Orissa High Court on quashed the State government’s amendment Odisha Zilla Parishad Election Rules

Bhubaneswar:30/3/17: The Orissa High Court on Thursday quashed the State government’s recent amendment to rule 51 of Odisha Zilla Parishad Election Rules of 1994.

Hearing on the petition filed by a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Zilla Parishad member challenging the government’s decision, the HC stated that any change to existing rules during poll process is unconstitutional.

The government’s amendment to the rule would have allowed the authorized agents, appointed by the political parties and election officers, to verify the votes being cast by the elected member of their respective parties.

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