What is the law regarding Statements made by persons to the Election Commission? Section 146A of Representation of the People Act, 1951
No statement made by a person in the course of giving evidence before the Election Commission shall subject him to, or be used against him in, any civil or criminal proceeding except a prosecution for giving false evidence by such statement:
Provided that the statement-
(a) is made in reply to a question which he is required by the Commission to answer, or
(b) is relevant to the subject-matter of the inquiry.
Section 139 - 145 Chapters I to III. Rep. by the Representation of the People (Amendment) Act, 1966 (47 of 1966), s. 62
Section 148 Repealed