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Delhi Mayor Election Updates

Delhi Mayor Election Updates: Even elected councilors cannot vote on nominated members, nominated members will not be able to vote on any proposal or proposal including the election of the Mayor and Deputy Mayor. Because who will have to take the oath first? It cannot even be mentioned anywhere. It depends on the discretion of the presiding officer.

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There was so much uproar in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi on Friday to administer the oath to the nominated members in the House meeting that neither the mayor could be elected. Councilors could not take the oath, and such a dispute is also happening.

Delhi Mayor Election Updates

Delhi Mayor Election Updates

Anil Gupta, who is knowledgeable about the Act of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi and the former legal officer of the corporation, also says that the proceedings of the house of the corporation also run according to the act passed by the Parliament. The act directly mentions the powers of the members by taking the oath. That is such a situation, it may not be appropriate to talk about getting the nominated members to vote, because they keep mentioning Article 32 of the Corporation Act, not knowing that the elected members and nominated members will also take an oath together.

Anil Gupta keeps telling that who should be sworn in first and also who should not be sworn in later, and it cannot make any difference, because the election of Mayor and Deputy Mayor will be completed only when all the members present in the House vote. Let the oath be taken. Simultaneously or even though the nominated members do not have the right to vote in the election of Mayor and Deputy Mayor, because it is not possible in such a case. That except for the 10 nominated members, further processes should be followed or adopted.

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Nominated members have the right to vote in the zone

Whether the nominated members were given the right to vote in the zone or not, he told that on the order of the High Court, the nominated members will get the right to vote in the zone, along with the member of the standing committee, he will elect the chairman and deputy chairman of the zone. Might as well vote for it. Along with this, Gupta also says that the importance of the nominated member and the elected councilor in the House is also the same.

He said that in order to give voting rights to the nominated members in the Corporation, the Central Government can get the Parliament amended in the Corporation Act. And Gupta also said that Article 3 of the MCD Act will also have the right to nominate 10 members. It is also clearly mentioned in it that these members will not have the right to vote now.

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