"There are lot of people who are disenchanted with the existing system. They can now voice their dissent." - Senior Advocate, Meenakshi Arora

Murali Krishnan October 10 2013

In what can be viewed as a bid to empower the Indian electorate, the Supreme Court through its recent judgments on NOTA and VVPATs has sent a strong message to voters as well as political parties. The Election Commission of India also came in for special praise by the Court for its co-operation and assistance in both the matters.

However, doubts have arisen with respect to the technicalities of the judgment and how negative voting will affect future elections. Bar & Bench spoke . . .

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