Petitioner should be secular, fair: Supreme Court to Jitendra Tyagi in PIL against use of religious symbols by political parties

Meanwhile, Senior Advocate and former Attorney General for India KK Venugopal appeared for the AIMIM, and asked the Court to refer the case to a Constitution bench.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday told a petitioner who has challenged the use of religious names or symbols by political parties that he should be secular in his approach and should not selectively implead parties to his case [Syed Waseem Rizvi vs Election Commission of India and ors]

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