Rajasthan High Court to examine whether titles Raja, Nawab, Maharaja can be used as prefix while filing cases in courts

After perusing Articles 363A and 14, the Court noted that recognition and titles granted to the rulers of the erstwhile princely States in India no more persists and have been abolished.
Rajasthan High court
Rajasthan High court

The Rajasthan High Court has sought the response of the Central and State governments on whether after the insertion of Article 363A to the Constitution, titles like Raja/ Nawab/ Maharaja/ Rajkumar can be used as prefix by individuals while filing cases in courts [Bhagwati Singh v. Raja Laxman Singh].

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