La Corte Suprema desecha la petición the MP contra la comadreja the EC a PM Modi y Amit Shah
NEW DELHI: On Wednesday, The Supreme Court Refused To Expand The Order Of Congress By MP Electoral Commission The Decision ' S About Complaints From Parties Regarding Model Code Violations Against PM Narendra Modi And The President Of BJP Amit Shah To Include Challenge A EC ' S Clean The Tab To Them.
After the EC dismissed the complaints of against Modi and Shah, senior advocate A M Singhvi attempted to draw the court's attention to the disparity in the logic behind the EC decisions saying when the complaint related to PM and Shah the commission gives clean chit, but for similar speeches, the EC has pulled up other political leaders.
But, senior advocate Rakesh Dwivedi, appearing for EC , said that Dev was not the complainant against Modi and Shah. Most of the complaints were filed by Congress party or by its leader Randeep Surjewala. Since the EC has decided the complaints and sent the decision to the Congress party or Surjewala, as the case be, Dev's petition has become infructuous, he said.
Upon Disposing Of Petition, A CJI Bank And Judge Deepak Gupta Said That If The Wronged Party Wished, He/She Could Defy The Clean Record Given In Each Case Through A Separate Petition.