Suggestion: (1) Power of Election Commission of India to frame Model-By-Laws for Political
Parties: The Commission shall have powers to make and / or frame Model-By-Laws to regulate all
the matters, affairs, and election, based on representative character, at all level of organizational set up of all Political
parties in the country.
Suggestion: (2) Notification of Model-By-Laws
(a) The Commission, after framing of Draft for Model-By-Laws shall
serve copies of the same to all Political Parties, registered with the Election Commission, to submit suggestions for omissions
or additions etc., within 6 months from the date of service.
(b) After receipt of all such suggestions, if any, the Commission
shall held joint meeting of all the Political Parties and take a decision on final Model-By-Laws.
(c) Within 30 days from the said joint meeting the Commission
shall notify the Model-By-Laws for Political Parties, which shall be binding on all Political parties.
Suggestion: (3) Registration of Existing Political Parties:
Within Three Months from the Notification of Model-By-Laws, all Political Parties shall adopt the
same and inform to the Commission, otherwise Registration of Existing Political Party automatically stands cancelled.
Suggestion: (4) Registration of New Political Parties:
Any Political Party will be entitled to get registered with the Commission after adoption of Model-By-Laws.
Suggestion: (5) Power of Commission to deregistration a Political Party:The Commission shall have powers to deregister a Political Party if on enquiry and after
hearing satisfy that Model-By-Laws is highly violated.