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Ras election: Shivsena MLA reaches court against Election Commission’s decision

Mumbai | Shiv Sena MLA Suhas Kande on Monday moved the Bombay Excessive Courtroom towards the Election Fee of India’s (ECI) choice invalidating his vote within the Rajya Sabha elections held final week. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had alleged that Kande had violated the election course of. In his petition, filed by advocate Ajikya Udane, Kande stated that his dignity and fame have been critically broken by the Election Fee’s choice to declare his vote invalid. He has requested the court docket to put aside the fee’s choice.

Udane referred to Kande’s petition earlier than Justice S. V. Gangapurwala and Justice Dheeraj Singh Thakur and requested for an pressing listening to. Kande claimed in his petition that through the Rajya Sabha elections held for six seats in Maharashtra on June 10, he went to the election corridor (in Vidhan Bhavan in Mumbai) and exercised his proper to vote. After this, as per guidelines, got here out and confirmed the poll paper to Shiv Sena chief and whip Sunil Prabhu.
The petition stated, “MLA Yogesh Sagar has alleged that the petitioner confirmed the poll paper to the whip of one other political occasion. This isn’t true and the petitioner had proven his poll paper solely to Sunil Prabhu and to not another political occasion.

The petition stated that Sagar ought to have raised the objection at the moment and never after Kande had left the election corridor.
The petition claimed that the election officer in-charge of the polling station had given his verdict that the allegations made by Sagar weren’t factually appropriate and Kande’s vote was legitimate. In accordance with the petition, “Nonetheless, later within the night, a number of BJP leaders met the Election Fee officers relating to the identical criticism. No discover was served to the petitioner (Kande) and with out looking for reply of Kande, the Fee thought it acceptable to intervene with the choice taken by the Returning Officer and declared his vote invalid. In Maharashtra, the opposition BJP received three out of six Rajya Sabha seats, whereas the Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress, that are in authorities, received one seat every.

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