The Representation of the People Act,1951
Section 131. Penalty for disorderly conduct in or near polling stations
(I) No person shall, on the date or dates on which a poll is taken at any polling station, –
(a) Use or operate within or at the entrance of the polling station, or in any public or private place in the neighborhood thereof, any apparatus for amplifying or reproducing the human voice, such as a megaphone or a loudspeaker, or
(b) Shout, or otherwise act in a disorderly manner, within or at the entrance of the polling station or in any public or private place in the neighborhood thereof,
So as to cause annoyance to any person visiting the polling station for the poll, or so as to interfere with the work of the officers and other persons on duty at the polling station.
(2) Any person who contravenes, or wilfully aids or abets the contravention of, the provisions of subsection (1) shall be punishable with imprisonment, which may extend to three months or with fine or with both.
(3) If the presiding officer of a polling station has reason to believe that any person is committing or has committed an offence punishable under this section, he may direct any police officer to arrest such parson, and thereupon the police officer shall arrest him.
(4) Any police officer may take such steps, and use such force, as may be reasonably necessary for preventing any contravention of the provisions of subsection (1), and may seize any apparatus used for such contravention.