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Report No. 170

Section 11-D: The executive committee of a political party shall be elected. Its term shall not exceed three years. Well before the expiry of the term, steps shall be taken for electing a new executive committee. It shall be open to the executive committee to constitute a sub-committee (by whatever name called) to carry out the business of the executive committee and to carry on regular and urgent executive committee business. The members of the sub-committee shall be elected by the members of the executive committee.

Section 11-E: A political party and its organs shall adopt their resolutions on the basis of a simple majority vote. The voting shall be by secret ballot.

Section 11-F: The candidates for contesting elections to the Parliament or the Legislative Assembly of the States shall be selected by the executive committee of the political party on the basis of the recommendations and resolutions passed by the concerned local party units.



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