||Procedure / instruction
||All District Collectors are ordered that if a citizen comes to their office with a letter containing a proposed EN, they must accept the letter for a fee of Rs 200 per page, issue a serial number with place/date , scan the letter and put the letter on PMís website.
||Talaties (or their Clerks)
||All Talaties are ordered that, if a citizen comes to Talatiís office to register his Yes/No on any law passed by MLAs and MPs or any letter submitted to any Collector, then the Talati (or his clerk) would charge a fee of Rs 3 and must enter citizenís voter-id, law name, clause number or letter number and the citizenís Yes/No in his PC. The Talati will also allow citizen to change his Yes/No for Rs 3/- fee. The fee for BPL card holder will be Re 1.
||The Collectors are ordered to ensure that Yes/No of the citizens come on Talatiís website at link decided by Cabinet Secretary (Center). The website should show citizenís voter-ID number, name, his latest Yes/No and date when he filed Yes/No.
||The Cabinet Secretary or the officer designated by him will publish the Yes/No count for each law as on Friday closing on every Wednesday on the link decided by Cabinet Secretary (Center)
- On 91st day after EN was proposed, if over 50% of ALL voters (not just those who registered Yes/No but ALL registered voters) register YES on the proposed EN, PM may resign or may sign the proposed EN within 24 hours.
- And if MPsí approval is needed, PM may obtain it within 90 days or may resign or may recommend the dissolution of the Parliament and recommend a new election.