The Assam state Cabinet recently approved the merger of four districts with their constituent districts.
On 27th December, the EC announced the process of delimitation of Assembly and Parliamentary constituencies in Assam, saying it would be based on Census data from 2001.
Assam currently has 14 Lok Sabha constituencies and 126 Assembly constituencies.
What is Delimitation?
Delimitation literally means the act or process of fixing limits or boundaries
The Delimitation Commission is to work without any executive influence.
The Constitution mandates that the Commission’s orders are final and cannot be questioned before any court as it would hold up an election indefinitely.
When the orders of the Delimitation Commission are laid before the Lok Sabha or State Legislative Assembly, they cannot effect any modification in the orders.
To provide equal representation to equal segments of a population.
Fair division of geographical areas so that one political party doesn’t have an advantage over others in an election.
To follow the principle of “One Vote One Value”.
The Delimitation Commission is appointed by the President of India and works in collaboration with the Election Commission of India.
Retired Supreme Court judge
Chief Election Commissioner
Respective State Election Commissioners
What is the Process of Delimitation?
Under Article 82, the Parliament enacts a Delimitation Act after every Census.
Under Article 170, States also get divided into territorial constituencies as per Delimitation Act after every Census.
Once the Act is in force, the Union government sets up a Delimitation Commission.
The first delimitation exercise was carried out by the President (with the help of the Election Commission) in 1950-51.
The Delimitation Commission Act was enacted in 1952.
Delimitation Commissions have been set up four times — 1952, 1963, 1973 and 2002 under the Acts of 1952, 1962, 1972 and 2002.
There was no delimitation after the 1981 and 1991 Censuses.
What are the Issues with Delimitation?
States that take little interest in population control
In 2002-08, Delimitation was done based on the 2001 census
The Constitution has also capped the number of Lok Shaba & Rajya Sabha seats to a maximum of 550 & 250 respectively
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