West Bengal Elections: Supreme Court rejects plea challenging Election Commission's decision to hold polls in 8 phases

Petitioner ML Sharma had also objected to the use of slogan "Jai Shri Ram" during election campaigns stating that the same causes communal fissures and went against the mandate of Representation of People Act.
West Bengal and Election Commission
West Bengal and Election Commission

The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a plea challenging the decision of the Election Commission to hold Assembly elections in the State of West Bengal in eight phases (Manohar Lal Sharma v. Election Commission of India).

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