Pleas in Delhi HC against election of Arvind Kejriwal and Vijender Gupta | Delhi News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Two pleas have been moved within the Delhi excessive court docket difficult the elections of chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and BJP chief Vijender Gupta to the Delhi meeting on the bottom that they allegedly furnished false data concerning their ballot bills.
The petitions have been listed earlier than justice C Hari Shankar who on Thursday renotified them for listening to on November 25 after the petitioner didn’t seem for arguments even after the issues have been taken up twice for listening to by way of video conferencing.
The petitioner — Ramesh Khatri — in his pleas sought barring each political leaders from contesting elections for subsequent six years on the bottom that they allegedly hid details about their ballot bills and engaged in corrupt practices.
He has sought that the elections of Kejriwal and Gupta, who’s known as Vijender Kumar within the petition, be declared as null and void for alleged violation of the Illustration of Individuals Act, 1951 and the Conduct Of Election Guidelines, 1961.
Within the petition in opposition to Kejriwal, the petitioner stated he had contested in opposition to the AAP chief within the meeting elections held this 12 months.
The plea in opposition to Gupta has been filed by Khatri as a voter of the constituency — Rohini meeting constituency 13 — from the place the BJP chief contested and received.
In each his pleas, the petitioner has claimed that neither of the political leaders disclosed correct day-to-day bills of their ballot marketing campaign within the expenditure register.
He has additionally alleged that each of them spent cash approach past the prescribed restrict beneath the legislation and the surplus expenditure was not disclosed to the returning officer.


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