Madras High Court Dismiss the Case Against Senthil Balaji with FineChandra Raja Prabu (Author) Published Date : Apr 27, 2019 16:23 IST
Chennai: The Madras High Court has dismissed the case demanding the dismissal of DMK candidate Senthil Balaji's nomination in Aravakurichi assembly seat. Aravakurichi assembly constituency election in Karur district will be held on May 19. The major parties in Tamil Nadu have announced their own candidates to contest. Former minister Senthil Balaji was nominated as the candidate for the DMK.
Aravakurichi seat nomination began on 22nd. Following this, DMK candidate Senthil Balaji filed a recent nomination with the Election Commissioner Meenakshi at Aravakurichi Taluk office. Geeta of the National People's Party (NCP) has filed a petition in the Madras High Court seeking the order not to accept Senthil Balaji's petition. The last time the Aravakurichi constituency was canceled was because of corrupt practices. In view of this, we should not accept Senthil Balaji's nomination, which has already filed a nomination for the same seat. He said that if he allowed him to compete, it would be a false precedent.
She have filed a similar petition with the same petition in 2016. The High Court, which inquired into the case, condemning the matter and denouncing that she was now wasting time of the court, as a new case. The petition that she filed is dismissed and Rs. 30,000 fine is imposed. In the next 15 days, the judge issued a directive to Gita to pay the money to the Justice Fund.
Madras High Court Dismiss the Case Against Senthil Balaji with Fine