Rampur bye-elections: Plea in Supreme Court alleges Police used every means to stop persons in Muslim dominated areas from voting

The petitioner alleged that the administration, returning officer and observers were acting as agents of the BJP.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

A practicing advocate moved the Supreme Court Wednesday claiming that during the bye-elections in the Rampur Assembly Constituency in Uttar Pradesh, police authorities used every means to prevent voters in Muslim dominated areas from exercising their franchise [Sulaiman Mohd. Khan v Election Commission of India].

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