Match the following :


It is necessary to keep the voters list up to date because There is a fair representation of all sections of our society
Some constituencies are reserved for SCs and STs so that Everyone has equal opportunity to elect their representative
Everyone has one and only one vote, so that All candidates must have a fair chance of competing in elections
Party in power is not allowed to use government vehicles because Some people may have moved away from the area where they voted last

 

 

Asked by Shivani Kumari | 1 year ago |  114

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Solution :-

It is necessary to keep the voters list up to date because Some people may have moved away from the area where they voted last
Some constituencies are reserved for SCs and STs so that There is a fair representation of all sections of our society
Everyone has one and only one vote so that Everyone has equal opportunity to elect their representative
Party in power is not allowed to use government vehicles because All candidates must have a fair chance of competing in elections

 

Answered by Shivani Kumari | 1 year ago

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