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The Supreme Court again heard the Ajit Pawar group regarding the 'Ghadyal' symbol leader


Leader Online Desk : The Supreme Court had ordered that the Ajit Pawar faction of the Nationalist Congress should publish in the newspaper that the use of the 'Clock' symbol is legal. However, the petition of the Sharad Pawar group claiming that this directive was not followed by the Ajit Pawar group was heard in the Supreme Court today. At this time, the court asked the Ajit Pawar group to provide information about how many advertisements were released after the March 19 court order. Also, the order given to you by the court is in sepia language. A bench of justices Suryakant and KV Vishwavahan also clarified that there is no room for double interpretation.

A complaint was filed in the Central Election Commission by the Sharad Pawar group alleging that the order given by the Supreme Court regarding the clock symbol was not being followed by the NCP Ajit Pawar group. Nationalist Sharad Pawar MLA Jitendra Awad directly reached Delhi to complain. If the commission does not take action within 72 hours, then we will have to go ahead and warned to go to the Supreme Court.

Contempt of Supreme Court order by Ajit Pawar group

In the Supreme Court today (April 3), Justice Suryakant and K.V. The hearing was held before his bench. On behalf of the Sharad Pawar group, senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi told the court that the Ajit Pawar group did not comply with the Supreme Court's directive to publish newspapers stating that the use of the 'Clock' symbol was legal. Instead of complying with the court order, Ajit Pawar's group has applied to relax the order. Singhvi said that the Lok Sabha elections are approaching. The orders given by the court cannot be changed during this period. A court case is pending as to which faction of the Nationalist Congress should get the watch symbol. The court had asked the Ajit Pawar faction of the Nationalist Congress Party to issue public notices in Hindi, Marathi and English language newspapers, stating that they were allowed to use the symbol only subject to the court's final order. But Singhvi said at this time that he did not follow this order.

How many advertisements were released after the order: Court asks Ajit Pawar group

The Supreme Court asked the Ajit Pawar group to inform them of the number of advertisements released after the March 19 court order. Asked to show. A bench of Justices Suryakant and KV Vishwavahan will take cognizance of the contempt of court order. The bench has also clarified that there is no room for double interpretation of the court order.

Court order to remain in force till polls are over : Supreme Court

Senior lawyer Mukul Rohatgi, representing Ajit Pawar, argued that it is wrong to claim that the Supreme Court has given the verdict in this case. He requested to modify the last line of the previous court order. According to the last line of the previous court order, a declaration that the case was sub judice had to be included in every leaflet, advertisement, audio or video clip issued on behalf of the defendants. In response, the Supreme Court rejected the modification request and maintained that the order would remain in force till the end of the polls.

Which order was given by Supreme Court to Ajit Pawar group?

After the split in the NCP, the Election Commission gave the NCP party and clock election symbols to Ajit Pawar. Sharad Pawar's group was given the name 'Nationalist Congress Party – Sharad Chandra Pawar' and the party symbol of a trumpet player. But even after that, the dispute between the two groups does not subside. In the previous hearing regarding NCP in the Supreme Court, the Ajit Pawar group had asked them to write a notice that the name or photo of Sharad Pawar should not be used and that the clock is used as the symbol of the party.

Jitendra Awad alleged that the Ajit Pawar group was not following the instructions of the Supreme Court. Jitendra Awad also presented the evidence of the social media photos of Ajit Pawar group leaders. The Sharad Pawar group had filed a complaint in the Central Election Commission in this matter. Also, the Nationalist Congress Sharad Pawar group had clarified that they would appeal in the Supreme Court in this matter.

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