Right to vote a Constitutional right; cannot be overruled by parliament's ancillary powers: Justice KM Joseph in Election Commission case

The remark was made after the counsel for the Election Commission told the Supreme Court that the right to vote is a statutory rather than a constitutional right.
Right to vote a Constitutional right; cannot be overruled by parliament's ancillary powers: Justice KM Joseph in Election Commission case

Article 326 of the Constitution gives citizens the right to vote and that cannot be overruled by the ancillary law-making powers of parliament, the Supreme Court observed on Wednesday.

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