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Madras HC dismisses plea challenging nomination of BJP candidate

CHENNAI: The Madras Excessive Courtroom on Wednesday dismissed a petition difficult the nomination of BJP chief Nainar Nagendran because the candidate for Tirunelveli Lok Sabha constituency in Tamil Nadu.

Chief Justice SV Gangapurwala and Justice J. The primary bench of the Madras Excessive Courtroom, headed by Satya Narayana Prasad, on Tuesday heard a petition towards accepting the election nomination of Nagendran as a candidate for the Lok Sabha seat.

Nevertheless, the division bench refused to confess the petition saying that the date of voting was April 19 and it was too late to think about the petition.

The petitioner, V. Maharajan, knowledgeable the courtroom that the Tirunelveli Returning Officer accepted the election nomination of BJP chief Nainar Nagendran with out contemplating his illustration towards him.

Maharajan mentioned he had knowledgeable the returning officer that the BJP candidate had suppressed info within the nomination papers. He mentioned that the candidate had additionally hidden the legal case towards him within the nomination papers.

The petitioner additionally demanded the Election Fee to take motion towards the Returning Officer for negligently accepting the nomination of the candidate with out contemplating his illustration. Nevertheless, the courtroom rejected his petition.

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