"He Should Be Prosecuted": Top Court On Officer In Key Chandigarh Polls | Read

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  • Published On: February 05, 2024
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The controversial election for the Chandigarh Mayor has come under the lens of the Supreme Court, which slammed the Returning Officer of the election and declared that it would not allow the "murder of democracy". Aam Aadmi Party, which had gone to court, had lost the election to the BJP despite having the numbers, after eight votes were marked invalid. Declaring that it would hear the case on February 12, the top court ordered the Registrar General to secure all the records by 5 pm today. "Is this the behaviour of a returning officer? He looks at the camera, and defaces the ballot obviously," Chief Justice if India DY Chandrachud said furiously after viewing a video of the counting today.  

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