New Delhi: The Supreme Court has refused to consider a public interest petition seeking to prevent the use of the name ‘India’ by the opposition alliance. The court observed that the petitioner filed the petition for reputation.
“Who are you? What are you interested in?” You are interested in fame. If the election norms are violated, the Election Commission should be approached.” – The Supreme Court observed. A bench headed by Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul refused to hear the case. Following this, the complainant withdrew the petition. And that the name India is being used for false propaganda. The petition also sought guidance on using the name India.
English Summary: Petition To Restrain Opposition Alliance From Using Word INDIA Rejected
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