Elected members can't be stopped from taking charge after results are ratified: Supreme Court

The Court allowed an appeal against an order of the Madras High Court preventing the winners of the election for the Shree Coimbatore Gujarat Samaj General Body from taking charge of their respective offices.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court recently observed that after the results of a poll are announced and ratified, there remains no reason to stop elected representatives from assuming office [Hiren J Thakker & Ors. v Parul V Metha & Ors.]

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