Rajasthan High Court rejects plea to restrain political leaders from entering religious sites during election campaigns

A bench of Chief Justice Pankaj Mithal and Justice Sandeep Mehta observed that a similar petition had been filed earlier by the same petitioner and the present petition was a repetition of the earlier one.
Rajasthan HC, Jodhpur bench
Rajasthan HC, Jodhpur bench

The Rajasthan High Court on Tuesday dismissed a plea seeking directions to restrain leaders of political parties from seeking votes in the name of religion, caste, community, language or entering religious sites during election campaigns [Sant Vaidehi Balabh Dev Acharyaji Maharaj v State of Rajasthan].

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