Election Commission of India
- According to the Indian Constitution, the Election Commission of India is responsible for overseeing, directing, and controlling the whole election process for the offices of the President and Vice-President of India and each state's legislatures.
- The organization of free and fair elections in the Union and States of India is the responsibility of the Election Commission of India (ECI), an independent and permanent constitutional authority.
- The Representation of the People Act was passed by the Election Commission, governed by the Constitution following Article 324.
- Elections for the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, state Legislative Assemblies, state Legislative Councils, and the positions of the President and Vice President of the nation are conducted by this organization.
Is the Election Commission of India an independent body?
The Indian Election Commission is a distinct organization and a separate constitutional entity overseeing India's Union and State elections.
- The organization is in charge of organizing the elections for the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha legislatures and the President and Vice President of India.
- The Indian Constitution charges the Election Commission of India with supervising, coordinating, and managing the election process for the President and Vice-President of India and each state's legislatures.