Cost and Works Accountants Act, 1959
63J. Return of ballot paper by a voter
(1) If a voter after obtaining a ballot paper for the purpose of recording his votes decides not to use the same, he shall return the ballot paper to the polling officer and the ballot paper so returned shall then be marked as 'cancelled-returned' and kept in a separate envelope set apart for the purpose and a record shall be kept by the polling officer of all such ballot papers.
(2) If any ballot paper which has been issued to a voter for the purpose of recording his votes, is found left by the voter at the secret chamber at the end of the day when the polling officer inspects the secret chamber, whether votes have been recorded in it or not, it shall be dealt with in accordance with the provisions of sub-regulation (1) as if it had been returned to the polling officer.