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Section 150 – The Representation of the People Act,1951

The Representation of the People Act,1951

Section 150. Casual vacancies in the State Legislative Assemblies

(1) Which the scat of a member elected to the Legislative Assembly of a State becomes vacant or is declared vacant or his election to the Legislative Assembly is declared told, the Election Commission shall, subject to the provisions of sub-section (2). by a notification in the Official Gazette, call upon the Assembly constituency concerned to elect a person for the purpose of filling the vacant,” so caused before such date as may be specified in the

(2) If the vacancy so caused be a vacancy in a seat reserved in any such constituency for the Scheduled Caste or for any Scheduled Tribes the notification issued under sub-section (1) shall specify that the person to fill that seat shall belong to the Scheduled Castes or to such Scheduled Tribes as the case not may be. Scheduled Tribes, as the case may be

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