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by Sekar Reporter · Published December 25, 2020
THE HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE S.VAIDYANATHAN AND THE HON’BLE Ms. JUSTICE P.T.ASHA WP.No.35834/2019 & WMP.No.36739/2019 Senthil Arumugam .. Petitioner vs. 1.The Chief Election Commissioner Tamil Nadu State Election Commission, Vadapalani, Chennai – 106.WP.No.35834/2019 it nowhere prohibits the election being conducted, more particularly, in the light of the order passed by the Hon’ble Apex Court of India referred to above. That apart, there is a Notification dated 02.12.2019 published in the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette Extra Oridnary No.455 [Part VI, Section – 2] dated 09.12.2019 and this fact, having been brought to the knowledge of the Hon’ble Apex Court and the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, taking note of the above did not deem it fit to keep at bay the declaration of the final results. If at all the petitioner has got any grievance after declaration of the results, it is open to him to challenge the same and this Court is of the considered view that it is too premature for the petitioner to approach this Court seeking direction not to declare the results of the election. (8)In the result, the writ petition stands dismissed at the admission stage itself, granting liberty to the petitioner, to challenge the results of the elections being conducted, if it is available to him under law. No costs. Consequently, the connected miscellaneous petition is closed. [S.V.N., J.] [P.T.A., J.] 30.12.2019
by Sekar Reporter · Published December 30, 2019
HC transfers probe into illegal property sale to CB-CID–Justice P.N. Prakash observed that considering the gravity of the offence and the fact that the properties sold were located in Chennai and Madurai, the CB-CID should probe the case. An officer in the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police should be appointed as the investigating officer, the court said.
by Sekar Reporter · Published June 23, 2020