The Election Commission has asked the Madras High Court to regulate the media from reporting on oral remarks made by the court. Political rallies in states like Bengal ….
Stop Media Reporting Of Oral Observations Says Ec To Madras Highcourt
The Election Commission has asked the Madras High Court to regulate the media from reporting on oral remarks made by the court. The Madras High Court recently criticized the EC for stopping political rallies in states like Bengal and saying that the Kovid cases were on the rise because you allowed these rallies. She also commented that you should take full responsibility for this and why you should not be charged with murder. Responding to this, Easy questioned in his petition that it was not right that the increase in Kovid cases was due to party campaigning in the states where the elections were taking place and whether the cases would increase even in the states where elections were not held. This company requested. Sources in the commission said that they were “deeply saddened” by the news and said that they had “constitutional responsibilities” in conducting the elections.
Easy expressed dissatisfaction that there was no mention of allowing anyone to publish or circulate court comments that were not on record, and that it was not appropriate for the court to make such comments as the campaign ended on April 4 in Tamil Nadu. The agency said in its petition that the Calcutta and Kerala High Courts were also satisfied that Easy had taken action against Kovid in the wake of the May 2 vote count. Elections for all the five states were declared on February 26, when there were no major Kovid cases in the country. The EC cited Maharashtra, Delhi and Karnataka as examples of states where there were no elections.