The Madhya Pradesh Panchayats (Bye-Laws) Rules, 1994
Published vide Notification No. B-1-7-95-P-2-22, dated 9-1-1995, M.P. Rajpatra (Asadharan), dated 10-1-1995 at pp. 28-29 (1)
(a) "Act" means the Madhya Pradesh Panchayat Raj Adhiniyam, 1993 (No. 1 of 1994);
(b) "Section" means the Section of the Act.3. Approval of the draft bye-laws by the State Government. - A notice of the intention of the Panchayat to make bye-laws under the Act and inviting objections and suggestions in respect thereof, together with a draft of the bye-laws proposed to be made by it and a copy of its resolution shall be forwarded to the State Government through the Collector for approval 4. Manner of publication of the notice and draft bye-laws. - After the approval of the State Government under Rule 3, the draft bye-laws together with the aforesaid notice shall be published by the Panchayat in a local newspaper, if there any, and the copies thereof shall be affixed by it on the Notice Boards at the Panchayat and at conspicious places in the area under the jurisdiction of such Panchayat. Proclamation shall also be made by beat of drum in important places within the area under the jurisdiction of the Panchayat notifying its intention and calling the attention of the inhabitants to the! notice and the draft bye-laws in question and to the date by which objections and suggestions in respect of the bye-laws may be submitted to the Panchayat. 5. Period for inviting objection and suggestions. - A period of six weeks or such shorter period not less than thirty days, as the Slate Government may decide in any individual case of special emergency, shall be allowed by the Panchayat for inviting objections and suggestions in respect of the bye-laws. 6. Consideration of the draft of the bye-laws. - The Panchayat shall take the draft of bye-laws and all objections and suggestions received thereto into consideration and may modify the draft bye-laws so as not to affect the substance and may then forward it to the State Government for confirmation with all objections and suggestions received, its decisions thereon and its reason therefor. 7. Publication of bye-laws in the Gazette. - All the bye-laws confirmed by the State Government shall be published in the "Madhya Pradesh Gazette". 8. Repeal. - The previous rules if any of the subject shall stand repealed on the date of final publication of these rules in the "Madhya Pradesh Gazette".