Video vans can use only pre-certified content: EC
The Times of India Delhi|January 23, 2022
‘Stick To Party Policy, Don’t Seek Votes For Candidates’
Bharti Jain

New Delhi:The Election Commission, while allowing parties to deploy video and digital vans for publicity in pollbound states, issued a set of guidelines on Saturday that require all content aired on video vans to be pre-certified by the media certification and monitoring committee. Also, the video-vans have been asked to stick to propagating the party’s policies and programmes and not seek support for any particular candidate.

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