2019 Lok Sabha elections: SC adjourns by 2 weeks hearing on plea against Congress manifesto

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New Delhi | Published: February 14, 2020 12:54:05 PM

A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde deferred the hearing after it was apprised that one of the co-petitioners in the case has not been permitted by the Registry to argue in person.

2019 Lok Sabha elections, lok sabha polls, lok sabha elections, 2019 polls, congress, congress manifesto, congress manifesto 2019The plea filed by Adarsh Kumar Agrawal and Dr Seema Jain has sought directions to declare the manifesto of the Indian National Congress as “unfair and against the model code of conduct”.

The Supreme Court on Friday adjourned by two weeks a plea seeking to declare the Congress manifesto for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections “unfair and against Model Code of Conduct”. A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde deferred the hearing after it was apprised that one of the co-petitioners in the case has not been permitted by the Registry to argue in person.

The plea filed by Adarsh Kumar Agrawal and Dr Seema Jain has sought directions to declare the manifesto of the Indian National Congress as “unfair and against the model code of conduct” and take appropriate action against the party in accordance with law.

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