Political parties and candidates are not allowed to use public properties/places for political advertisements. They cannot write on the walls, paste any posters/papers, erect/display any cutouts, hoardings, banners, flags etc as a part of election campaigning. Some examples of public properties are: Railway stations, railway flyovers, bus stands, airports, bridges, Government hospitals, post offices, GovernmentRead more
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