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Sonia Gandhi ordered to appear in Kollam Munsiff Court

Kollam> Congress President Sonia Gandhi has been ordered to look within the Kollam Munsiff Court docket on August 3. The motion is in a case filed by Congress chief Prithviraj to declare the suspension order issued by the DCC president as being towards the principles of the Indian Nationwide Congress. Other than Sonia Gandhi, KPCC president Okay Sudhakaran and DCC president P Rajendraprasad had been additionally ordered by Paravur Munsiff Radhika S Nair, who’s accountable for Kollam Munsiff.

Prithviraj’s petition sought to remain the appointment of a consultant from Kundara block within the election of KPCC members till the case is set. The then DCC President Bindu Krishna knowledgeable the media that Prithviraj was suspended following the allegations raised by Rajmohan Unnithan over the past parliamentary elections. Prithviraj filed a petition asking for correction of the proceedings stating that the suspension order was not obtained, however there was no response. The suspension is understood solely by way of press experiences. Nobody has seen the order.

Then the lawyer despatched a discover to All India President Sonia Gandhi and the present KPCC and DCC presidents by way of Adv. Boris Paul. When there was no response to that too, he complained of injustice earlier than the Kollam Munsiff Court docket. The structure of the Congress get together was produced within the courtroom. It has been argued that the order of suspension is said null and void on the bottom of flagrant violation of its provisions.

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