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The Chief Election Commissioner and Other Election Commissioners (Conditions of Service) Act, 1991

5. Leave. 

  1. A  person who,  immediately  before  the  date  of assuming office  as the  Chief Election  Commissioner or  an  Election Commissioner, was  in service  of Government may be granted during his tenure of  office but  not thereafter, leave in  accordance with  the rules for  the time  being applicable  to  the  Service  to  which  he belonged before  such date  and he  shall be entitled to carry forward the  amount   of  leave   standing  at   his  credit   on  such  date,  notwithstanding anything contained in section 6.

  2. Any  other person  who is  appointed as  the  Chief  Election  Commissioner or  an Election  Commissioner may  be  granted  leave  in  accordance with  such rules  as are for the time being applicable to a  member of the Indian Administrative Service.

  3. The  power to  grant or  refuse leave  to the  Chief Election  Commissioner or  an Election  Commissioner and  to revoke  or  curtail leave granted to him, shall vest in the President.

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