Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sunil Arora has said that the EC will watch out for any content aimed at destroying the electoral process.
Social media giants like- Facebook, Twitter and Google have said that they will work with the Election Commission in tandem to curb any sort of hate speech or misuse of content related to polling.
Here's taking a quick look at some of the key guidelines issued for parties and candidates for Lok Sabha with respect to social media campaigning.
The Election Commission has also asked Google, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to verify all the political advertisements coming from various political parties.
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The Commission has strictly maintained that the images or reference to defence personnel, martyrs should not be a part of campaigning purposes on social media or otherwise.
Candidates will be required to furnish details of their social media accounts at the time of filing nominations.
Social media activities of candidates would be under strict scrutiny by the Election Commission
Parties and candidates are required to club their campaigning expenditure, including money spent on social media, with their total poll expenditure.