The Supreme Court has given an important decision regarding the by-election (MP By-election 2020) for 28 seats in the state of Madhya Pradesh. After this decision of the top court, Netaji will now be capable to go among the public and ask for votes.
- The Madhya Pradesh High Court had banned physical election campaigning due to the risk of infection of coronavirus.
- The court said in its decision that the leaders will only do virtual campaigning through the Internet.
- This order of the High Court was challenged by the BJP candidate in the Supreme Court.
- Now the top court has stayed the High Court verdict. The Supreme Court has asked the Election Commission to issue a new notification on this.
BJP candidate Pradyuman Singh Tomar challenged the High Court’s decision in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has given this important decision today. Let us tell you that under the by-election for the 28 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh, voting is to be held on November 3. About a week before the election, this decision of the Supreme Court will provide great relief to the candidates of all the parties of the state.
- The Supreme Court today said in its decision that all the candidates can tell their idea to the Election Commission afresh and the Election Commission will issue a notification on it.
- It is worth noting that earlier a bench of the Jabalpur High Court had banned the meetings to be held for the by-election.
- After which the meetings of CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan in MP were cancelled. The Chief Minister also gave information by tweeting about it.
CM Shivraj had tweeted before the election meetings of Shadora and Barach through a tweet that he apologized to the people of the area for the cancellation of these meetings. He said that the Gwalior Bench of the Hon’ble High Court has given a decision under which electoral rallies or meetings cannot be held. For this, the permission of the Election Commission is necessary.